An idea I had for a more neutral parody of Dark Avengers and a scathing piss take on Eric Wallace's Titans run about Dark Angel controlling a team of Titans whom are actually mostly villains dressed as Titans or heroes who've taken a bad turn, mostly to piss of the Titans of the Nu52 and for her own amusement.
Nightwing: Tad Ryerstad, the psycho Nite-Wing wannabe vigilante Dick tried to take under his wing but proved to be too volatile. He plans on killing most of the Titans in the future because they're bad guys. Dark Angel's amused by this.
Arsenal: Gunfire of the New Bloods who is essentially DC's answer to Gambit in terms of power but not very popular. Dark Angel gave him back his hands, and he feels no other purpose because he's now aware that the world perceived most of the Bloods as jokes.
Tempest: Sarah Rainmaker of the Gen13, who is only with Dark Angel so she can get her teammates out of NOWHERE and they can be sent back to their proper Earth. She's actually a double agent reporting to Batman. She had contact with Red Robin, but after seeing the Teen Titans in action she specifically said she wanted to get in contact with Batman. Dark Angel is well aware of this.
Flash: Inertia, though he's once again not happy that he has to use an identity that once belonged to Bart Allen. Asks that his actions in the old world remain undone. He wants to be free.
Changeling: Cassius Payne, the fifth Clayface and son of the third and fourth. He wants freedom for his parents and Basil Karlo's death.
Raven: Harvest, a murdered young woman from Kansas who came back from the dead as a vengeful ghost. She also plans on killing most of the team for their sins, but specifically wants a shot at the Birds of Prey. At one point she starts fighting Nightwing but halfway through the fight start making out with him.
Cyborg: Cyborgirl. Wants to usurp Cyborg's role in the Justice League and keep his severed head, alive, in a jar in her room ala Futurama.
Captain Marvel: Osiris, clad in white and gold. Don't worry, it'll be red soon enough. Wants to build his own Marvel Family with his sister Isis and asks for permission to kill Black Adam, and then Billy Batson and his foster family. One at a time. The "Sentry" of the group.
Ion: Alexander Nero, Kyle Rayner's delusional and mentally unbalanced former "Sinestro" before he executed by the Green Lantern Corps. He wants to make art, on everything, including Kyle's skull. His power comes from a bastard hybridization of the powers of the Ion and Parallax entities and he's generally a walking time bomb.
Wonder Girl: Angelica Smith, the former Disruptor. Her armor gives her super strength and her disruptor gloves have been modified into a battle ax and a magic lasso.
Robin: Sasha, a.k.a. Scarlet minus the doll mask. Generally doesn't know why she's here but she's afraid of Dark Angel and what she could do to her papa and to Jason Todd. Wears a variant of Jason's DCnU Robin costume with black instead of green.
Aquagirl: Siren from Tartarus. Wants to be queen of the ocean.
Superboy: Match, pre-Geoff Johns.
Supergirl: Either Lesla Lar, a Pre-Crisis Supergirl impersonator and villain from the Bottle of Candor, or Sally Sonic, an eternal superteen seductress from Seven Soldiers.
Hawk and Dove: Sodom and Gomorrah, a husband-and-wife villain team who can turn people into salt when their hands are touching. Perceived as the joke of the group and a nod to two of the worst of the comic industry, Rob Liefeld (who co-wrote the previous Hawk and Dove series and got a start at DC with the original series back in the 80s) and Chuck Austen (who created Sodom and Gomorrah during his run on Action Comics).