Teen Titans and Outsiders Secret Files and Origins 2005 (Oct. 2005):
by Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir, Todd Nauck, Ray Snyder

Teen Titans and Outsiders Secret Files and Origins 2005

Title: “Secrets”

Medium: comic

Cover date: Oct. 2005

Publisher: DC
Written by: Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir
Art by: Todd Nauck, Ray Snyder

14 characters in this story:

(Click links for info about character
and his/her religious practice, affiliation, etc.)
Pub. #
Wonder Girl Wonder Girl (Cassie Sandsmark)
(lead character)
CBR Scale: S Greco-Roman classical religion
The Teen Titans; Young Justice DC 424
Beast Boy Beast Boy (Garfield Logan) hero
CBR Scale: I vegan
The Doom Patrol; The Teen Titans DC 733
Raven Raven (Rachel Roth) hero
CBR Scale: M Azarathian religion; half-demon; sometimes Satanism (Church of Blood/Trigon worship)
Sentinels of Magic; The Teen Titans DC 494
Cyborg Cyborg (Vic Stone) hero
CBR Scale: I Protestant
black; Super Friends...  DC 670
Impulse Kid Flash (Bart Allen) hero
CBR Scale: S Zen Speed Force
The Teen Titans; Young Justice DC 483
Robin Robin (Tim Drake) hero
CBR Scale: U Jewish Catholic?
Batman family; The Teen Titans...  DC 695
Superboy Superboy (Conner Kent) hero
CBR Scale: I Methodist
The Legion of Super-Heroes; The Ravers...  DC 535
Speedy Speedy (Mia Dearden) hero
  The Teen Titans DC 207
Arrowette Arrowette (Cissie King-Jones) hero
  Young Justice DC 79
Multiplex Multiplex (Danton Black) villain
  Secret Society of Super Villains; The 2000 Committee...  DC 54
Hyena Hyena (Summer Day) villain
CBR Scale: M hates all police
[sister of Firestorm's girlfriend Doreen] DC 24
Hyena (Jivan Shi) villain
  [psychiatrist] DC 3
Wonder Woman Wonder Woman (Diana)
CBR Scale: M Greco-Roman classical religion
Amazon; Super Friends...  DC 4,659
Zeus Zeus
supporting character deity
CBR Scale: D Greco-Roman deity
Council of Godheads
[supreme monarch of the Olympian gods]
DC Marvel 283

Sources differ as to which super-villain known as "Hyena" actually appears in this issue: Summer Day or Jivan Shi. Only one of them appears, but determining which one will require further research.