Jane Hawkins: The Solar-Powered Girl
When Jane was a baby, she felt from the sky. Literally. The only survivor of a terrible plane crash, Jane was discovered by Doc Silence and his team and put into the care of the Hawkins, an aging couple who had raised more than one super-powered hero in their lives. A solar-powered battery, Jane, who takes on the code name Solar, is virtually impervious to harm, has super-strength, is capable of flight, and can project flames from her hands. When using her powers, her hair sometimes takes on a flame-like appearance. The big sister of the team, she is the field leader as well.
Billy Case: The Boy With the Alien in his Brain
Billy was a profoundly ordinary boy before Dude showed up. That's what he calls the alien inhabiting his brain--much to the distaste of that alien, who provides Billy with his amazing powers of flight, shielding, and energy projection. Together, Billy and Dude are Straylight, an intergalactic protector sworn to defend Earth. Billy is not the first Earthling to share Dude's abilities--the alien has been watching over Earth a long time, though his life with Billy has been perhaps the strangest. Sarcastic and at times immature, Billy is the one Indestructible who truly loves the idea of being a super-powered hero.
Entropy Emily: The Girl with a Black Hole Where Her Heart Should Be
Entropy Emily makes things weird. Not just through her snarky, loud-mouthed, pop-culture spouting personality--her powers over gravity mean that in many ways, reality doesn't work the same way around her as it should, which suits the neon-blue haired heroine just fine. A legitimate genius, Emily has a tendency to hide her brains, and her worry, behind a sarcasm and a motor mouth. The youngest member of the team, she also keeps her often-moody teammates grounded and sees the adventures of the Indestructibles as the greatest life she could ever ask for.
Kate Miller: The Ballerina Vigilante
If life had gone a different way, Kate would have become a world-renowned ballerina. But tragedy orphaned her and nearly killed her. She fought back, though, trading ballet for martial arts, using that dancer's drive to always strive to be better. she patrols the streets of the City as the Dancer, a masked vigilante and relentless force for justice. A loner by nature, Kate struggles to find her place on the team, as pivotal as she is for the Indestructibles' success.
Titus Talbot: The Werewolf with Confidence Issues
Everyone knows growing up can be hard, but it's even worse when, as a teenager, you suddenly develop the ability to transform--involuntarily--into a rampaging beast of the night. Mild-mannered and almost shy, Titus works to contain the monster within him, even as that monster gives him the ability to save the world alongside his fellow Indestructibles. He soon learns that being a werewolf isn't as simple as being a monster--he's part of a larger world of the supernatural, and must accept his place in it, or else that shadow-world will devour him whole.
Doc Silence: The Last Great Magician in the World
Doc Silence is the mentor who brings the Indestructibles together. The last man standing from the previous generation of super-powered heroes, Doc tracked down each of the Indestructibles, recruiting them to so they could train to do what his team could not: save the world without letting it destroy them. Possibly the most powerful mage on Earth, the full extent of Doc's powers is a mystery. His destiny is woven deeply into the undercurrent of magic that exists in their reality, and he wants to make sure he's prepared his charges for the day they won't have him watching over them.