These Powers are listed in the order they appear on the world stage or become active. Note that I'm stealing from other licenses that DC has published comics for.
  1. THE GOLDEN AGE
    These were the world's first crime fighters, adventurers, and vigilantes.
  2. Wonder Woman
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    Probably the first superhero. She fought in World War 1 and countered the various advanced weapons developed by the German army. She was never reported that she was killed or missing in action, but she disappeared just as the armistice was signed.
  3. The Octopus
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    A scientist-turned-criminal mastermind. Died while fighting his nemesis...
  4. The Spirit
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    Central City's crimefighter.
  5. Gorilla Grodd
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    A serial bank robber. Thought to be a myth by some, and an elaborate decoy by law enforcement, this genius gorilla faded into obscurity without ever being captured or positively identified.
  6. Oswald Cobblepot, The Penquin
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    Gotham City's first "freak" crime boss. Managed to keep his own hands clean and even owned a few of Gotham's best nightspots.
  7. Solomon Grundy
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    Thought to be a tall tale at the time, he turned out to be a functionally immortal thug for hire. Still alive.
  8. Star Girl
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    Her existence was never confirmed. Most stories about her include alien spies, doomsday scenarios, and other sci-fi plots.
  9. THE SILVER AGE
    These Powers entered the picture late last century. Most have died, disappeared, or retired.
  10. The Flash
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    One of the first confirmed metahuman heroes.
  11. The Watchmen
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    The world's first super-team.
  12. Black Lightning
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    Active in the late 60s to early 80s.
  13. The Jokerz
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    This network of gangs has created a "new normal" of violent crime. Most police agencies posit that they are the primary reason crime hasn't vanished in a world of "superheroes".
  14. Lex Luthor
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    Entered the scene late in the Silver Age. The public sees him as just a really rich CEO, but other Powers know he's involved with the increase in disruptive technology and weapons.
  15. Hernan Guerra, the Superman
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    The most powerful man in the world appears when people need him most, then disappears. Governments have searched for him for years and turned up nothing.
  16. Teth-Adam, King of Kahndaq
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    Ruler of a small but stable Arab nation.
  17. The Green Lanterns
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    In this universe, the Green Lanterns are a division of the Secret Service. All are issues a Power Ring of unknown origin. They wouldn't be nearly as powerful as in other realities, but there's seven of them: Agents Scott, Jordan, Stuart, Gardner, Rayner, Baz, and Cruz.
  18. Brainiac
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    TBD.
  19. Entrantress
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    TBD
  20. Kenan Kong, aka The Red Son
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    China was the first nation outside of the US to have a state sponsored metahuman. He is a devout communist. So much so that the Party has little control over him. He is devoted to the workers over all others. Currently active.
  21. Deathstroke
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    TBD
  22. THE MODERN AGE
    Entered the world stage this century. All are active.
  23. The Directive
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    The US's secret intelligence program. Focuses on psychic metahumans, both as agents and threats.
  24. Project Cadmus
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    A government superhuman lab posing as an energy reasearch think tank.
  25. Poison Ivy
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    Founder of Project Cadmus, an experiment meant to make her a metahuman went wrong. She got the powers, but altered her mind to see humans as the enemy.
  26. Task Force X
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    America's suicide squad. Made up of mostly metahuman criminals. Started by the Directive but transfered directly to the Pentagon at the behest of Defense Secretary Amanda Waller.
  27. The Green Arrow
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    A anti-corporate eco-terrorist. Operates mostly in Europe.
  28. Global Frequency
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    The closest thing there is to a Justice League is a network of agents belonging to this semi-government outfit.
  29. Zatanna
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    No real magic. All high-tech, miniaturized stage magic. Like the Four Horsemen from Now You See Me.
  30. Mitchell Hundred
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    Mayor of New York.
  31. Diana Prince
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    Field commander of the European Union's counter-terrorist unit. No magic origin. She's a super soldier, basically the Bionic Woman turned up to 11.
  32. Midnighter and Apollo
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    TBD
  33. SuperWoman
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    Unrelated and unaffiliated with Hernan Guerra.
  34. Ben Tennyson
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    Yup. Grown up Ben 10 should be in the DC universe.
  35. Arthur Curry
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    An environmental scientist and super powered TEDster.
  36. The Fixer
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    Detroit's caped crusader.
  37. The Robins
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    A guardian gang operating in Gotham. Equipped with high-tech gadgets that put the cops to shame. They're mission: stop the Jokerz.
  38. Killer Croc
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    TBD
  39. Clayface
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    TBD
  40. Priscilla Rich
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    An unwilling genetic test subject turned criminal-for-hire.
  41. The Power Company
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    Josiah Power's metahuman security firm is on EVERYONE'S shitlist. The government is scared this could become a trend. And the activists see them as Blackwater with superpowers.
  42. Dr. Leo Quantum
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    TBD
  43. Slipknot
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    A skilled assassin with dozens of high-value kills under his belt and the only person to ever escape Task Force X.
  44. Jack Hawksmoore
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    TBD
  45. Leslie Willis, aka Livewire
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    A former radio host/conspiracy theorists turned vengeful "cape hunter".
  46. Cassie Holmes
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    According to Directive, she's the most dangerous metahuman on the planet. She knows things. Like what happened to Wonder Woman and The Spirit, where the Lanterns got their rings, and the future of one particular member of The Robins.