This is a list of major characters appearing in the Big Bang Comics metaverse, which encompasses most fictional characters created for the shared Big Bang universe and those characters owned by Big Bang Comics.

Big Bang heroes

  • Blackjack and his Flying Aces (based on Blackhawk)
  • The Blitz (based on The Flash)
    • The Blitz (Earth A): Jimmy Travis
    • The Blitz (Earth B): Mack Snelling
  • Cyclone (based on Kid Flash, the Blitz's sidekick from Earth A)
    • Marty Eastman was addicted to the Rocket Pills that gave him his power. Later becomes the cybernetic Overdrive after being damaged in the explosion that killed the Blitz.[1]
  • Dimensioneer (teleportion via dimension control)
  • Jeena (pronounced Gina) the Jungle Girl
    • Mentioned by Venus in Caliber #1, but has yet to make an appearance.
  • Mike Merlin/Ms. Merlin (Resembles Mark Merlin/Prince Ra-Man; some similarity to Snapper Carr.)
    • Mascot to the Roundtable of America.
  • Mister U.S. (Based on Joe Simon and Jack Kirby's creation Captain America and on DC Comics Commander Steel)
    • Mister US was a generic hero shown in issue #8 in six different incarnations from six different decades. The purpose was to poke fun at all the clichés in comics during each major era: the "Glittering Golden Age", the "Silly Side of the Silver Age", the "Pseudo-Intellectual Pseventies", the "'Oity-Toity Eighties", and the "Nigh-Incomprehensible Nineties."
  • Robo-Hood first appeared in Big Bang #21. Little is known about Robo-Hood, but he seems to tackle street-level crime like muggers and pickpockets. He is a combination of Robotman and Green Arrow, but his actual name seems to derive from the legend of Robin Hood, the English freedom fighter (or outlaw) well known for his clashes with Sheriff of Nottingham.
  • Shadowhawk (Silver Age)
    • A parody of the 1960-era Batman Comics Complete with the Shadowcar, Lady ShadowHawkette, Shadowdog and kid sidekick, Squirrel aka Hawk Shadow. Working with Knight Watchman


  • Speed Queen (member of the RTA)
  • The Sphinx (a hero from an Egypt-dominated alternate Earth, similar to Hawkman created by Gardner Fox and Dennis Neville)
    • Sphinx I : Peter Chefren/Chefren Ra
    • Sphinx II : Allison Kane
  • Teen Rex (based on Kamandi created by Jack Kirby for DC Comics with a hint of Kirby's Devil Dinosaur for Marvel Comics.)
    • Billed as the "Last of the Dino Men".
  • US Angel (Golden Age winged hero)
  • Vita-Man (based on Hourman created by Ken Fitch and Bernard Bailey for DC Comics)
  • Zhantika Princess of the Jungle (most likely based on Sheena,but may just be a generic jungle girl)

Big Bang hero teams

Round Table of America (RTA) Earth A

(Based on the Justice League title published by DC Comics)[3]

  • Ultiman
  • Knight Watchman
  • Thunder Girl
  • The Blitz: Jimmy Travis
  • Beacon: Dr Julia Gardner
  • Human Sub
  • Mike Merlin (Team mascot, first appeared in Image issue #12)

Knights of Justice Earth B

(Based on the Justice Society title published by DC Comics)

  • Ultiman
  • Dr. Weird
  • The Blitz: Mack Snelling
  • Beacon: Scott Martin
  • Venus

Pantheon of Heroes Earth A

(Based on the Legion of Super-Heroes title published by DC Comics)[4]

  • Clone Boy (founder)
  • Gravity Girl (founder)
  • Laughing Boy (founder)
  • Galactic Lad: Noa Zark
  • Snowstar
  • Anglefish
  • Nature Boy (deceased)
  • Brain Boy
  • Telegirl
  • Ghost Girl
  • Photon (formerly Lamp Lass)
  • Jupiter Boy
  • Dragonfist (formerly Combat Kid)
  • Anti-Matter Lad
  • Golden Girl
  • Stacy & Tracy the Titan Twins
  • Butterfly Queen
  • Omega Boy
  • Robo Kid
  • Kid Warlock
  • Lionclaw
  • Aviatrix
  • Manta Rae
  • Ant Boy

Verdict

(Based on the Outsiders title published by DC Comics)

Whiz Kids (Whizzards) Earth A

(Based on the Teen Titans title published by DC Comics)

Big Bang humor strips

  • Op the Cop: A humour strip written by Gary Carlson, featured in Caliber Press Issue #1. Op hasn't appeared since.
  • Percy:The second and final humour strip in Big Bang Comics, this time satirising the older generation of science-fiction films. Appeared in Image Comics Issue #1.

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