You can't help but think about music when the day gets too tiring, and it acts as a similar getaway when things are at their peak. Music has a way of defining what you feel inside and your rollercoaster of moods throughout the day.
The same is true of superheroes. Sure they might move mountains and hurl RV's at each other but they still prefer to do it to a soundtrack. In fact, the DC Universe is full of interesting personalities that if not for that whole saving the world (or taking control of it) thing would be more than suitable for the stage.
If the DC Universe had its way, they'd be on your Top 40 radio station, and here are several artists who might take a spot on your dial.
The Question As Sia
Renee Montoya prefers to keep her personal life to herself and let the fists and deductive mind do the talking. Sia would agree with that methodology, as the musician has taken to hiding her face in public appearances, letting her songs and creativity speak for themselves.
Montoya's even taken it one step further, and instead of just hiding her eyes she just went ahead and hid her whole face. You could call it oneupmanship, but kudos for taking it all the way.
Wonder Woman As Alicia Keys
Wonder Woman is one of the most confident people you'll ever meet, but it doesn't take away from her compassion and tenderness. She's authoritative and powerful, but she doesn't let those traits overwhelm any who stand in her presence, offering a soft touch to those around her.
Alicia Keys embodies those traits a great deal, a woman who's talent is obvious to anyone who hears her fingers grace the keys of a piano. Keys writes songs about heartbreak and overcoming the odds, two things anyone, even amazons, can relate to.
The Titans As Pentatonix
The Titans work best when they function as a team, relying on years of experience and learning each other's rhythms. When they're in sync, watching a fight unfold is a lot like hearing the melody of a song, and Pentatonix knows how important that is.
When Pentatonix performs, they have no safety net. Ther's no backing track to fall back on if they fail to execute precisely. The Titans are familiar with having no choice but succeed, as if they let things fall through the cracks then people suffer because of it. That adherence to discipline and learning your partner's strengths and weaknesses is why they've managed to stick around so long, who you didn't know it but Arsenal is actually a pretty mean bass, so similarities all around!
Huntress As Demi Lovato
Fiery personalities? Check. Stunning looks? Check. Never settling for the words "you can't do that"? Check.
It's actually easier to look for differences than similarities, as Huntress and Demi Lovato are really two sides of the same coin. Granted, Demi has probably never fired a crossbow at a mob boss before, but both are confident personalities that don't mind rocking the boat a little if the need calls for it.
They never settle for someone telling them they can't do something, and both have managed to make it through early setbacks and difficulties to get where they are today.
On second thought, yeah, Demi probably already has a crossbow.
Damian Wayne As Justin Bieber
There's always that guy in every group. You know, the guy destined for great things that everyone can't stand because, well, they're destined for great things, or at least have been pre-ordained as such.
Justin Bieber has a bit of that in him, and matter of fact so does Damian Wayne. If Damian Wayne were a pop star, he would be Justin Bieber. He'd be constantly doing things that illicit that "seriously?" response, but at the end of the day, it's hard to bring him down to earth because of that whole "son of Batman" thing.
He teeters on the obnoxious, but he manages to do just enough to endear some level of sympathy.
Green Arrow As John Mayer
John Mayer has built a reputation for being rather charming, and his past relationships have been well cataloged by the media. His failings are also constant tabloid fodder, so much so that at times it's easy to forget how talented he is.
Enter Green Arrow, otherwise known as Oliver Queen. The industrialist is constantly in the news for one reason or another, and typically it's not for how well his company is doing. His exploits as Green Arrow are constantly discussed in the streets of Star City, often in the negative since his addictive charm is what typically gets him into trouble. He's dashing, funny, and witty, but those delightful traits often have a way of blowing up in his face.