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This page is for listing tropes related to non-superheroic or villainous characters in the animated series Young Justice.
For other characters that appear in the series, see the Young Justice Character Index.
Dr. Serling Roquette
Voiced by Tara Strong
"You couldn't bring backup? What, were there budget cuts?"
Voiced by Cree Summer
- Phony Psychic: Rather unlike her comics counterpart, she uses various props to scam people, though it's stated she has "the perfect aura" for the job.
- Word of God has hinted there's more to her than that brief cameo; maybe she'll actually turn out to be a phony phony psychic?
- Victoria's Secret Compartment
Voiced by Jeff Bennett
- The Jeeves
- Mission Control: Runs the Batcave computer when Batman and Robin are out, and has a video feed to what they're seeing.
- Secret Keeper
Voiced by Nicole Dubuc
- Dead Line News: In "Failsafe." Luckily it wasn't real.
- Green Eyed Red Head
- Happily Married: To Barry Allen, the second Flash.
- Hot Scoop
- Heroes Want Redheads: She shares her nephew Wally's hair color.
- Little No: In "Failsafe," when Flash is killed in the training exercise.
- Longing Look: To Barry (as Flash) right before the above. It's all they can do live on air.
Paula Crock (formerly Huntress)
Voiced by Kelly Hu
- Battle Couple: In the past, with her now-estranged husband Sportsmaster.
- Broken Bird
- Dark and Troubled Past: A former criminal who took the fall for her partner, lost the use of her legs, and had a daughter run away from home while she was in jail.
- Doting Parent: To Artemis.
- Heel Face Turn: According to the tie-in comic, she's given up 'the life'. Further emphasized by her having been in jail. In "Insecurity", it was revealed she once held the alias of Huntress.
- Name's the Same: Unrelated to Huntress of the Batman-related DC books. Her comics counterpart was created first (by some decades) and was renamed "Tigress" once the other was introduced.
- Race Lift: From white to Vietnamese. Her maiden name goes from Brooks to Nguyen.
Lucas "Snapper" Carr
Voiced by Greg Weisman
- Cool Teacher: Becomes this.
- Nice Job Guiding Us Hero: Was tricked by the Joker into leading him directly to Justice League headquarters. The mountain hideout at Happy Harbor was abandoned as a result.
- Tagalong Kid: To the Justice League back in the day.
- Unwitting Pawn
Voiced by Sheryl Lee Ralph
- Black Boss Lady
- Good Is Not Nice
- Horrible Judge of Character: She's as hardcore as any of her other incarnations, but makes one fatal mistake - assuming Hugo Strange is a harmless armchair psychologist.
- Iron Lady: If she wasn't, she wouldn't be Waller.
"I am not your mother, your maiden aunt, or your friend. I am your warden, and you are my prisoners."
Queen Perdita of Vlatava
Voiced by Ariel Winter
- A Child Shall Lead Them: Queen of Vlatava at age ten.
- Adaptation Dye Job: She was brunette in DC Showcase: Green Arrow. Her Young Justice incarnation is blonde.
- Canon Immigrant: Her only prior appearance was in DC Showcase: Green Arrow.
- Princesses Rule: Averted. She is called Queen.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: The first thing she does after life-threatening heart surgery is tell her supervillain uncle she's revoking his title and diplomatic immunity. That is one tough kid.
Voiced by Clancy Brown