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Artemis Crock (formerly going by Artemis and currently Tigress) is a master archer and former member of the Team. She is the daughter of Sportsmaster and retired villain Huntress, and the younger sister of Cheshire.

Artemis left the hero life behind with her boyfriend Wally West, but returned for an undercover mission. After staging her death, she joined Aqualad as his trusted lieutenant Tigress.


During her adolescence, Artemis's personality was a product of her unusual upbringing. In the kill-or-be-killed culture in which her parents raised her, Artemis had to constantly fight for her life,[9] resulting in her considerably aggressive nature and willingness to solve problems with force.[10] She was also protective of her secrets, and constantly lied to her friends out of fear of being discovered as the child of villains.[10]

For the most part, Artemis is a very passionate and opinionated girl. Always ready with a witty and biting remark, she is intent on proving herself to anyone who questions her. Artemis conceals her defensive nature with an aggressive attitude, exhibiting a wild temperament that is apparent when people argue or belittle her. She readily involves herself in confrontations with little to no hesitance.[9]

Physical appearance

Artemis in 2010

Artemis as a superhero in 2010.

Artemis is a half-Caucasian and half-Vietnamese[11][12] teenage girl of average height. She has olive-toned skin with long thick blonde hair and dark gray eyes.[6][nb 1] Artemis is slender in stature, yet has an athletic build. At the age of fifteen, Artemis had hair down to her waist, which she often kept tied back in a ponytail, both in uniform and civilian garb.

Artemis's uniform was a midriff-baring costume that highlighted her build. It was colored in various shades of green and consisted of a mask extending from the hairline to the cheekbones, a sleeveless top with a stylized arrow tip on the front, fingerless gloves, pants with black knee pads, and black combat boots. She had a black utility belt and pouch strapped on her left leg that were likely filled with assorted tools. Artemis carried a quiver along her back with a bow and a multitude of multi-purpose arrows. Her costume was apparently less than six months old as of September 4.[13] Sometime between October 1 and October 10, the costume was outfitted with stealth-tech that could be activated by pressing the arrow symbol on her top, which turned the various shades of green in her uniform into darker shades of gray.[14]

Artemis 2016

Artemis in 2016.

By 2016, Artemis has grown noticeably taller, with her hair only extending to her upper back.[15] After receiving Zatanna's Glamour Charm from Nightwing, Artemis takes the appearance of a pale skinned Caucasian girl with black hair and a deeper voice.[16]

While operating as Tigress, she wears a predominantly burnt orange and brown costume, with a hard orange mask that covers her forehead, nose and cheeks resembling a stylized tiger's face. She also wears a black belt to store her weapons.[3]


Early life

Young Artemis

Nine year old Artemis.

Artemis Crock was born and raised in Gotham City.[17] Her parents were assassins. During one of their crimes, her mother, Paula was crippled, and as a result took the fall for her husband. Paula spent the next six years in prison, during which Artemis was raised alone by her father,[7] as her older sister ran away[5] the same year[18] due to their father's emotional and verbal abuse.[19]

Artemis's father trained her to use a bow as her primary weapon, and frequently subjected her to apparently criminal tests. The nature of most these tests have not been specified, although while robbed of her memory Artemis suggested one such test could involve being forced to kill someone, in this case, Kid Flash.[13] Her sister Cheshire has also stated that their father regularly made the pair fight against each other.[20]

July 2010

Gotham City
July 31, 17:29, EDT Time Zone

When her mother Paula was released from prison, she returned home and spoke in private with Artemis's father. She stated that she had gone straight and that she wanted Artemis to do the same, and she wanted him to leave. Unbeknownst to both of them, their conversation was overheard by Artemis who then escaped into Gotham clad in her green costume to fight crime.[7]

August 2010

Main article: Artemis in August 2010

During one of her nightly patrols, Artemis stumbled upon a fight between Amazo and Superboy, Robin and Kid Flash in the halls of Gotham Academy. She was inspired by them, and wanted in. Without revealing herself, she also helped them; she fought off scores of MONQIs and saved Kid Flash from being crushed.[21]

Batman and Green Arrow visited her and recruited her for the Team. Green Arrow devised a cover story for her, that she was his niece and new sidekick.[21] Her first meeting with the rest of the Team was rocky, as Red Arrow was also present and did not like his place being taken. Her first mission with the Team was overall a success, though Kid Flash blamed her for every little thing that went wrong.[9]

Artemis practiced with Green Arrow and the Team, and attended classes by Black Canary and Captain Atom. Her first missions involved a trip to the Tower of Fate,[22] an investigation into the court-martial of Nathaniel Adams[23] and an undercover operation in the Star City jail.[24]

September 2010

Main article: Artemis in September 2010

The month started with a mission in Bialya, where the Team lost access to the last six months of their memory. Artemis had no memory of becoming a hero, and had to trust people who she did not know, or only knew as enemies of her father.[13]

She continued her patrols with Green Arrow in Star City,[25] and started classes at Gotham Academy. She was still uncomfortable adjusting to the new environment.[5]

On the same day as her first school day, the Cave was attacked by Red Inferno and Red Torpedo. Together with Robin, she had to stop them. Because the two robots had managed to overpower their superpowered teammates, Artemis heavily doubted her ability to defeat them. Encouraging words from Robin did not help much, but when he too was captured and all pressure was on her, she pulled through. However, Red Tornado returned and seemingly betrayed them.[5]

For the rest of the month, Batman assigned them two related missions, involving Brain's Kobra-Venom operations in India[26] and Bwunda.[27]

October 2010

Main article: Artemis in October 2010

The Team was sent on a dangerous mission against the Injustice League. They succeeded, with help from the Justice League.[28] Not long after, Zatara decided it was time to introduce his daughter Zatanna to the Team. She and Artemis got along well. Though her father forbade her to join, she snuck out with them to track down Red Tornado.[14]

What was meant to be a simple telepathic training exercise went horribly wrong after Miss Martian's emotions took over after Artemis "died". Artemis slipped into a coma, from which she did not awake until after Miss Martian was "killed" as well. For the next week, she, like other members of the Team, was still in shock about their experiences.[29]

On Halloween, Artemis discovered that Superboy and Miss Martian were a couple. She was upset about it, and Zatanna offered her a distraction: crime fighting in New York City. They stopped several small crimes until they encountered Harm, whom they defeated with Secret's help.[10]

November 2010

Main article: Artemis in November 2010

Early on in the month, Artemis continued to pressure Zatanna into joining, and she eventually got her wish, though not in the way she wanted. In a battle with Klarion, Zatara gave up his body to Nabu, and Zatanna moved into the Cave.[30]

At week later, the Team threw Wally a surprise party in the Cave. Witnessing Wally's attempts to get a kiss from M'gann, Artemis decided to tell him she was taken. Artemis took some delight in seeing him disappointed.

The party was cut short by a series of ice fortresses attacking the continental United States. Artemis helped destroy one alongside her mentor, Green Arrow.[31]

December 2010

Main article: Artemis in December 2010

The more and more Artemis worked with the Team and Green Arrow, her confidence grew. But when she learned her place on the Team was because her mother had begged Batman and Green Arrow to help her—and not, as she thought, because she saved Kid Flash—she began to question her position.

Red Arrow returned on the Team and had a mission involving Sportsmaster, and Artemis volunteered. The rest thought she was just eager to show herself off against Red Arrow, but at least part of it was to assure herself she earned a place. Unfortunately, Cheshire and Sportsmaster threatened to expose her secrets, and she botched the mission. This did not sit well with her teammates, especially Red Arrow, and to a lesser extent Kid Flash.[8] It took another mission together to regain the trust of Red Arrow.[2]

Meanwhile, the Light had hoped to blackmail her by exposing her secrets. After Superboy confessed his connection to Lex Luthor, Artemis decided to tell her friends about her family. They took it well; Robin already knew, and Kid Flash finally realized why she failed the earlier mission. With renewed resolve, the Team took out an ambush by the Light,[32] and later the mind-controlled Justice League aboard the Watchtower. When the Light was beaten back, Kid Flash and Artemis decided to show their true feelings for each other and kissed.[33]

January 2011

Kid Flash and Artemis kiss

Kid Flash and Artemis celebrate their victory.

The Watchtower
January 1, post-00:00, EST Time Zone

At the stroke of New Year, Wally picked up Artemis and they kissed. Both agreed they should have done it sooner.[33]


Artemis was on the team for a while, but left for unknown reasons. She and Wally moved to Palo Alto, where they attend college together. Artemis and Wally formed a ruse with Nightwing and Aqualad to stop The Light.[15]

December 2015

Palo Alto
December 1, 05:16, PST Time Zone

Wally and Artemis talked with Dick via video call to congratulate him on his birthday. It was early, but because of their studies, neither had gone to bed yet. Dick was forced to cut off the conversation when his female guest for the night arrived. Wally commented on his social standing as a "dog", and Artemis was shocked to recognize her old classmate Bette Kane.[34]

February 2016

Palo Alto
February 14, 00:03, PST Time Zone

Artemis stayed up late for Wally to return home. He told her about his day—trying to persuade Red Arrow to get his act back together—and how it was a failure. Artemis consoled him, and was surprised after all of that, Wally remembered Valentine's Day, for the first time in five years. She had a special treat prepared for him: a fully stocked fridge.[15]

March 2016

Artemis returns

Artemis returns to the Team upon Nightwing's request.

Palo Alto
March 19, 08:12, PDT Time Zone

Nightwing asked Artemis to come out of retirement for a special mission. Only a handful of people knew the mission would involve a faked "death" at the hands of Kaldur, to further strengthen his deep cover with Black Manta. Wally didn't like it, but Artemis persuaded him to let it go.[16]

Mount Justice
March 19, 11:42, EST Time Zone

As she teleported to the Cave, Artemis was greeted warmly by the other members of the Team, before quickly being briefed by Nightwing on the parameters of their next mission: protecting the launch of a Ferris Aircraft communications satellite to be used for long range communications with Mars in Cape Canaveral.[16]

Cape Canaveral
March 19, 20:59, EDT Time Zone

Hours later, Nightwing and Artemis stood by in Cape Canaveral, looking out against potential attacks from an observation tower. They soon spotted Black Manta's forces emerging from the beaches. After a brief stand off against the blast walls, where Artemis almost got shot by Kaldur's forces, Nightwing and Artemis engaged their enemies, which are eventually joined by Kaldur'ahm.

After Miss Martian destroyed the missile platform used to target the rocket, Artemis stopped one last ditch attempt on Kaldur's part to destroy the satellite and saw it launching safely. Kaldur swiftly executed the next part of their plan: with his Water-Bearers, he created a knife that appeared to stab her. Nightwing finished the stage by declaring her dead after a short CPR.[16]

March 20, 04:00, EDT Time Zone
File:Artemis wearing the glamour charm.png

Artemis, Wally, Kaldur and Nightwing met in a warehouse in Blüdhaven to discuss the next step. Kaldur had gained more trust from his father, as planned. Nightwing gave Artemis a Glamour Charm he got from Zatanna: it created an illusion of a whole different person when Artemis wore it, except to the four who were then present. She would have to stay separate from Wally for the duration. She leaves with Aqualad, and the two board a surfacing manta-flyer.[16]

Gulf of Mexico
March 23, post-16:03, EDT Time Zone
Mount Justice
March 23, post-21:05, EDT Time Zone
Star City
March 30, 21:57, PDT Time Zone


She has been trained by her father,[13] making her an impressive archer and combatant, although she is not quite as polished or as physically strong as Red Arrow.[35]

  • Above average human conditioning: Having undergone an evidently vigorous and intensive training regimen, Artemis has demonstrated impressive physical feats for a human of her age and size.[7]
    • Speed: Artemis is shown to be able to run at above the average speed for someone her age in combat situations.[13]
    • Endurance: Artemis seems able to maintain her stamina during long combative situations.
    • Agility: Artemis has proven to be at a high level of human agility, able to move, dodge and react to dangers with impressive agility.[21]
    • Strength: Artemis's physical strength are somewhat above most young women her age, as she is able to strike out full grown adults with a single blow and hold up people who are considerably heavier than her. She is capable of pressing her entire body weight. She can also do front flips holding all her weight on one arm. She has the strength of someone who engages in intensive exercise.[13]
  • Marksmanship: Artemis is an impressive marksman, able to hit assorted targets with assorted projectiles with ease and accuracy. She prefers using archery based weapons such as a compound bow or a crossbow. She has mastered the longbow, the shortbow,[36] the crossbow and a myriad of trick arrows. She can also shoot 2-3 arrows at a time and have them all hit their mark simultaneously. Her skills are such that she is able to hit targets inches in size meters away.[7]
  • Ambidexterity: Artemis is shown to be ambidextrous, as she draws her bow with her left and right hand.
  • Tracking: Artemis is capable of hunting down opponents who attempt to evade capture.[9]
  • Acrobatics: Artemis is proficient in basic acrobatics.[13]
  • Martial Artist: Artemis is a skilled martial artist. She is able to take out multiple attackers with relative ease.[14]
  • Above average intellect: Her intelligence is above average. She and Kid Flash both understand complex scientific terms.[22] She was granted a full Wayne Foundation Scholarship to Gotham Academy.[11]
  • Multilingualism: Artemis can speak fluently in English, Vietnamese,[15] and French,[37] and excels in Spanish at school.[38]
  • First aid: Artemis has demonstrated some skills in emergency medicine when she tended to the dehydrated Aqualad,[13] and provided a sling for Kid Flash's broken arm.[28]


As Artemis

Artemis&#039;s bow

Artemis wielding her bow.

  • Bow and Arrow: Like her mentor, Green Arrow, Artemis uses a bow and arrows in combat. Her bow is a compound bow (unlike Green Arrow, who uses a recurve bow).[9] When she is not using it, Artemis has been shown to be able to fold her bow inwards, and quickly snap it back into place when she needs it. She has occasionally used her bow to strike her opponents if she did not have time to shoot an arrow.[7] Her arrowheads are also differently shaped to those of Green Arrow—Artemis's are smoother and have no barbs, while Green Arrow's are more jagged and have two.[39]
  • Trick arrows: Like Green Arrow and Red Arrow, she has various trick arrows that she can use. So far she has been shown using: exploding arrow,[9] knock-out gas arrow,[9] grappling hook arrow,[22] bola arrow,[13] adhesive arrow,[7] impact arrow,[7] lasso arrow,[7] explosive arrow that splits into three once shot,[14] foam arrow that can release a high-density polyurethane foam to engulf and incapacitate its targets,[29] smoke screen arrow,[10] fire arrow,[10] net arrow,[8] and tracker arrow.[8]
  • Crossbow: She also uses a collapsible crossbow, as seen when she was dressed in civilian clothes.[22] She keeps the crossbow in the pouch on her leg while in uniform. It is pre-loaded with arrows.[21]
  • Handheld telescope: She uses it to scout long distances, and to make-out details.[7]
  • Rebreather: She uses it to breathe underwater, after nearly drowning two missions in a row.[28]

As Tigress

  • Blowpipe: A blowpipe with sedative darts.[3]
  • Bolas: Weighted balls connected by a rope, meant to entangle people.[3]
  • Crossbow: She has not given up trick arrow, as she has at least one bolt that opens as a net.[3]
  • Glamour Charm: Originally created by Zatanna and given to her by Nightwing, Artemis uses it to alter appearance in order to go undercover.[16]
  • Smoke bomb: A bomb filled with smoke that lets her be able get away quickly and stealthily.[40]


Kid Flash

Main article: Kid Flash
Main article: Artemis and Kid Flash

Kid Flash and Artemis did not get along when they first met. He considered her the reason Red Arrow didn't join, and blamed her for every minor setback.[9] Likewise, she thought he was just annoying,[13] and did not like how he continually tried to hit on M'gann.[22] Their true feelings for each other were different, though. They got along perfectly when both their memories had been wiped,[13] and Wally was genuinely distraught after witnessing Artemis's "death" in a telepathic training exercise gone wrong.[29] In the aftermath, both asked Black Canary not to tell the other of their true feelings.[41] Wally eventually became more open to her, admitting he trusted her and she earned her place on the Team. His opinion changed drastically when it turned out she misdirected them and caused a mission to fail on purpose,[8] but he quickly turned around when she explained the reason.[32]

When Wally decided New Year's Day was the opportune moment to kiss her, both agreed they should have done it much earlier.[33] Their relationship lasted, though Wally had a habit of forgetting Valentine's Day. She and Wally moved to Palo Alto, adopted a pit bull and they attended college together there[15] until Nightwing needed her to fake her death for a secret mission only he, Kid Flash, Artemis, and Aqualad knew about.[16]


Main article: Robin/Nightwing

When Artemis joined, Robin was one of the first to accept her on the Team.[9] Though the two did not interact as often as some of the other members of the team, the two clearly trusted each other. More importantly, they understood each other, being the only two in the team without super powers.[5] Being a detective, Dick was able to figure out Artemis's secrets,[32] and though he had fun teasing her about them,[5] he did respect them enough to keep them, until she was ready to disclose them herself. After she did, he stated that it didn't matter, because she wasn't her family.[32] Years later he brought her in on the plan to place Aqualad in deep cover in Black Manta's organization, which shows his trust in her, and his faith in her abilities.[16]

Green Arrow

Main article: Green Arrow

Artemis was Green Arrow's protégé, following Red Arrow's decision to go solo. Their history together was a short one, having met only one day before her official presentation to the Team.[21] Since archery was her primary skill, she had admired him from a distance, and chose green as a costume color because of him.[42]

Paula Crock

Main article: Paula Crock
Artemis and mum

Artemis and her mom.

Artemis shared a small apartment in Gotham with her mother, a Vietnamese woman, who is confined to a wheelchair after an accident on the job. Paula has a previous criminal history, and had spent six years in prison, before only recently being released and reunited with her daughter.[7] She was adamant that Artemis made a better life for herself, and take the opportunities she never had.[11][21]


Main article: Sportsmaster
Father-daughter talk

Artemis and her father

Artemis's father, Sportsmaster,[8] mercilessly pushed her and trained her for combat from an early age.[36] He is also the one who taught her how to use a bow and arrow. They have a very strained relationship, and Artemis mentioned that before she joined the Team he was constantly subjecting her to tests, and putting her against her sister Jade in fights.[13] Artemis always hoped the family could stay together,[5] but neither her father nor her mother felt that was a good idea.[7] Sportsmaster refers to Artemis as "Baby Girl",[8] and always has.[43]

Red Arrow

Main article: Red Arrow
Red Arrow meets Artemis

Red Arrow, Artemis and Green Arrow.

Artemis replaced Red Arrow as Green Arrow's protégé. On their first meeting, Red Arrow was not impressed, and knew full well that her story was a lie. He was impressed with her skill, but warned her not to betray his friends.[9] She eventually earned his trust after saving his life and the two become more accepting of the others presence.[2]


Main article: Cheshire
Artemis confronts an acquaintance

Cheshire unmasked by Artemis.

Cheshire is Artemis's older sister, and once lived with Artemis and their parents, growing up to strongly dislike their father. When Artemis was young and their mother was sent to prison, Jade left the house. Artemis pleaded with her to stay, to keep the family together, but she would not budge. She would've taken Artemis with her but she thought that Artemis would only slow her down.[5]

In their guises as Artemis the hero and Cheshire, the sisters have a complicated relationship. While each is determined to frustrate the other, they both appear to genuinely care for each other. Artemis was visibly downcast when she learned that Cheshire's jet had crashed in the Smokey Mountains, and was similarly elated when Cheshire revealed that she had survived. Likewise, Cheshire rescued Artemis from an avalanche in the battle that ensued, and did not aid Sportsmaster when he attempted to "discipline" his errant child in Santa Prisca.[32]


Main article: Zatanna

Artemis and Zatanna gravitated towards each other—from their first meeting, Artemis could see that Zatanna would fit in great.[28] Though she didn't join the Team, Artemis would continue pressing the issue.[10][30] Zatanna reciprocated this friendship, offering to go out with Artemis on Halloween after Artemis learns about Miss Martian and Superboy's relationship.[10]


Main article: Superboy

Early on, Artemis had a crush on Superboy, and was not at all frightened to show it.[9] She later found out that M'gann and Conner were dating, and was very upset.[10]


    Production background

    Artemis was the first character revealed to have been cast in the show when voice actress Stephanie Lemelin announced on her blog in February 2010 that she had been cast in the series Young Justice League as the character Arrowette, one of Green Arrow's sidekicks from DC Comics, but the post was soon after taken down.[44][45] When Warner Brothers. officially announced the series (as Young Justice) in April, it was revealed that the character was actually a different character called Artemis.[46]

    Greg Weisman has since explained that Artemis and Arrowette (Cissie King-Jones) are two different characters. Furthermore, he said:

    "Artemis is also not Speedy (Mia) or Wonder Girl (any of them) or an Amazon (at all) or from Apokolips (period). But she is an existing DC Comics character. We did NOT create her".[47]

    In late December 2010, over a month before Artemis's first appearance, Cartoon Network produced bio cards for all Young Justice members on their Young Justice website. The bio card for Artemis listed her secret identity as "Classified" but called her the niece of Green Arrow.[4] In Artemis's first appearance, the episode "Infiltrator" on 11 February 2011, it was revealed that Artemis is not really Green Arrow's niece, but that this is a cover story she, Batman, and Green Arrow himself tell the rest of the Team.[9]

    She was finally revealed as being Artemis Crock in the episode "Downtime".

    Background in other media

    • In the comics prior to the events of Flashpoint, Artemis Crock was the villainess Tigress. She later married Icicle Jr., and she gave birth to a baby girl named Isabelle Rose Mahkent.
    • Artemis's costume seems to take influence from several other archers from DC comics, especially those of Speedy (Mia Dearden) and Arrowette (Cissie King-Jones). Both are associated with the Green Arrow family.
    • This is Artemis's second animated appearance. She appeared in a cameo in Batman: The Brave and the Bold.


    1. Promotional images and the tie-in comic erroneously depict her with blue eyes.


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