DC AU is a popular AU (Alternate Universe) within the Rise of the Brave Tangled Dragons fandom. In the AU, Hiccup, Merida, Rapunzel and Jack Frost are super-powered men and women within the DC Universe. As it is not canon, ideas for this AU are shown through fanfiction, fanart, and other fan-made works. This can be considered a sub-scenario of the Superhero AU.

About the AUEdit

This AU portrays as the four as a group of meta-humans (normal human beings embedded with extraordinary powers) that team up in a world of superheroes and super villains. As the name implies, this AU most commonly places them in Teen Titans, Young Justice and the DC Animated Universe, though this is not required.

The world of DC has been a popular universe for fans to use for crossovers, considering the lack of restrictions the universe has on magic and powers. The Justice League in-particular is a prime place for the Big Four to appear in the universe because of a number of reasons: it has a focus of combining many powers for one ultimate goal, it allows for the use of magic and the idea of dragons, and it adds action and adventure to really spice up a story. 

Featured CharactersEdit

The Big FourEdit

Hiccup Horrendous Haddock IIIEdit

The DC Heroes Hiccup plays are mostly Robin, Beastboy and Batman (in a Night Fury themed suit). He can also be portrayed as Nightwing (as 15 year old Hiccup can serve as Robin while his 20 year old self is Nightwing, since Dick Grayson was a boy during his time as Robin and grew up to be Nightwing), Victor Stone and even Cyborg.

Jack FrostEdit

The Heroes that Jack plays mostly are Robin, Beastboy, and Superman (or as Superboy due to his young appearance); along with the role of a younger, male incarnation of Catwoman. Jack has also be cast as Green Lantern (or be made a Blue Lantern), Batman (with Hiccup as Robin), Nightwing, Robin and even as Joker. Jack's rebirth can also cast him as the former Robin, Jason Todd and current outlaw Red Hood.

Merida DunBrochEdit

Merida is commonly portrayed as Raven from Teen Titans. Fans have also cast her as Wonder Woman for her strong warrior and female spirit, while her red hair has fans see her as Poison Ivy and Batgirl. Her archery skills can even make a female Green Arrow.

Rapunzel CoronaEdit

Rapunzel is commonly portrayed as Starfire from Teen Titans. She has also been portrayed as Supergirl, a female Flash, Harley Quinn and as Catwoman.

Extra CharactersEdit

Pitch BlackEdit

Because of his golden eyes and powers over fear, Pitch is made a member of the Yellow Lanterns; his Nightmares can come from and be created from his Yellow Lantern ring. He could even be portrayed as Scarecrow, as he too uses the power of fear through his fear toxin.

Hiro HamadaEdit

Hiro is commonly portrayed as Robin (Dick Grayson or Tim Drake), whenever his brother or Baymax is portrayed as Batman or when his friends are cast as the other members of the Teen Titans. Fans also see Hiro as Flash, which could also make him Kid Flash due to his young age.

Tadashi HamadaEdit

Tadashi is commonly portrayed as Batman or Nightwing, whenever his brother is portrayed as Robin.

Big Hero 6Edit

The team are seen as members of the Teen Titans. Hiro as Robin, Honey Lemon as Starfire, GoGo as Raven, Wasabi as Cyborg and Fred as Beastboy.

While their young age could even make them members of the Young Justice League. Along with being placed in other DC hero groups.


Due to Wasabi's dark skin, the armor that he wears when he does his hero work and the field that he works in at SFIT, fans see him as Cyborg. That is a member of the Teen Titans - with the rest of the Big Hero 6 team - or the Justice League.


Due to the watery element of Moana and has spent time under the sea - in his fish, shark and whale form -, Maui could serve as Aquaman. With his large magical fish hook transformed into a trident for the role. His animal transformation ability - due to his fish hook - could even have him an older version of Beastboy.

Moana WaialikiEdit

Being a "princess" that lives on an island, up until she hears about a great danger and went to stop it, as well as having a connection with a god, Moana can easily be cast as Wonder Woman. Her connection to the ocean can also make her female version of Aquaman, or any other water related DC Hero and Heroine; as well as villains. Fans have also portrayed her as Harley Quinn.

Felonius GruEdit

Gru's nose and having spent time as a villain can easily cast him as the Penguin.

Dash ParrEdit

Due to Dash's superspeed powers and being a bit of a "showoff", he is seen as a younger version of Flash; which could also make him Kid Flash.

Queen ElsaEdit

Elsa is portrayed as countless DC Heroes and Villains in the AU. However, she is mostly seen as Raven (with Anna as Starfire), Supergirl (while Anna is Batgirl), Wonder Woman and even as Harley Quinn.

Princess AnnaEdit

Anna is portrayed as countless DC Heroes and Villains in the AU. However, she is mostly seen as Starfire (with Elsa as Raven), Batgirl (while Elsa is Supergirl), Wonder Woman and even as Harley Quinn.

Prince Hans of the Southern IslesEdit

Fans have commonly given Hans the role of Joker, whenever Anna is Batgirl or Harley Quinn. Hans can even be placed as Two Face for similarities in personality and backstory.

Astrid HoffersonEdit

For the Hiccstrid pairing, fans have placed Astrid as Starfire with Hiccup as Robin. While her blond hair and how she handles her main weapon, fans see her as Harley Quinn.

Mary KatherineEdit

Due to the shade of her hair color, being a bright girl and is willing to help those in need, M.K. can be placed as Batgirl. As she is seen talking to Nod on a screen and was able to quickly use the speakers on her father's outdoor jacket-vent to draw the Boggans' bat steeds away from Tara's blooming pod.

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