Also known as Walter Kovacs, a vigilante who continues to fight crime in spite of his outlaw status. He wears a white mask that contains constantly shifting ink blots. Bradford W. Wright described the character's world view "a set of black-and-white values that take many shapes but never mix into shades of gray, similar to the ink blot tests of his namesake".
Also known as Laurie Juspeczyk. The daughter of the first Silk Spectre and a retired superheroine.
Also known as Adrian Veidt. He retired to devote his attention to the running of his own enterprises. Veidt is believed to be one of the smartest men on the planet.
Also known as Dan Dreiberg. He utilizes owl-themed gadgets.
Also known as Doctor Jonathan Osterman. He was caught in an "Intrinsic Field subtractor" in 1959 and gained his superpowers. He was then contracted by the U. S. government.
Also known as Edward Blake. He is ruthless, cynical, and nihilistic, and the only sanctioned superhero after the Keene Act banning superheroes is passed. His murder is what sets the plot in motion.
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