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Wildcat, also known as Ted Grant, is a recurring character in the first generation of the DC Super Hero Girls franchise. He is the physical education teacher and gym coach at Super Hero High School.



He is voiced by John DiMaggio in the English version of the cartoon.

Season two[]

In the special Super Hero High, Coach Wildcat appears in front of Super Hero High School with the other staff and students welcoming Supergirl as she first arrives at the school. The next day he teaches a PE class at the gym grading students during strength test day. He praises Wonder Woman for effortlessly lifting Beast Boy transformed into an elephant. During Supergirl's turn, he rebukes her for endangering the class after she lifts Beast Boy transformed into a sauropod dinosaur while flying, but Beast Boy nearly falls on the class before safely transforming into a bird. He tells her to control her powers or she will harm someone next time. During a subsequent phys ed class, he tells Supergirl that she is ready when she asks him whether she should respond to a Save the Day Alarm, as she had trained and improved a lot since strength test day. Later, he attends the ceremony outside the school celebrating the school's victory against the Female Furies applauding as Supergirl when she is thanked for her role, and again as Batgirl is recruited as a new student.[1]

In the film Hero of the Year, he makes various background appearance during preparations for the school's Hero of the Year ceremony, walking in front of the school with Principal Waller during decorations, again standing in front of the school and later approaching the entrance for the ceremony when Dark Opal and Eclipso suddenly corrupt the amethyst to take over the school.

Season three[]

In Techless Tuesday, Coach Wildcat confiscates Batgirl's grapple gun when she uses it for PE, emphasizing how it means physical education. It is later implied that he was actually Mrs. Clayface in disguise who also disguised herself as other staff confiscating her gadgets so she can use them to break her husband out of Arkham Asylum.

In Gorilla Warfare, he teaches a PE class and thanks Vice-Principal Grodd for showing off "primate power". He then tells the students that they will do a drill, which is later revealed to be a staged kidnapping of Grodd by Red Tornado disguised as a gorilla, but it is aborted when former members of Grodd's gorilla army actually do kidnap him. Upon realizing this, he orders the students to rescue him.

In Fight Flub, he instructs an advanced martial arts class, and informs Big Barda about this when she demonstrates her skills using simple brute force. He instructs Katana to work with her and directs the rest of the students to the sparring mats. In It's a Superful Life, he stands with the other faculty as Principal Waller wishes happy holidays to the students during the SHHS winter holiday tree ceremony in the school foyer.

Season four[]

In Fish Out of Water Part 1, Coach Wildcat conducts new student Mera's first day evaluations. After she uses her powers to destroy the floor of the gym and splashes water on him, herself, and Wonder Woman, he tells her that he meant how much she can bench press. In Ha-Ha Horticulture, he falls asleep outside the school with most of the rest of the staff and students due to Poison Ivy's sleeping poppy experiment. He wakes up after Ivy and Harley Quinn distribute pollen across the school to undo the effects of the poppy.

In Truth of the Lasso Part 3, he supervises a student field trip to the Gotham Dentistry Museum, much to the students' disappointment. He drives the bus as it gets caught in traffic due to a rampaging Giganta. Harley ejects him from the bus into a dumpster to begin driving the bus herself to get to their destination. In Truth of the Lasso Part 4, he appears by the bus outside the school later that day after the field trip, which the students found surprisingly interesting.

Season five[]

In Mood Ring, Coach Wildcat pairs Star Sapphire with Wonder Woman against Supergirl and Batgirl for combat training for a phys ed class. When Star Sapphire asks him about the teams, he replies that he put a lot of thought into them to make them even. He ends the class when the lunch bell rings. Later, he enters the hallway and tells the students inside to stop fighting as they are affected by the escaped emotion elements from Star Sapphire's ring. She is then inspired to pair the right affected students and staff together which successfully brings them back to normal.

In the first part of All Pets Are Off, he appears as one of the judges for the Super Hero High Pet Show. During the medal ceremony, he gives the "Best Pet Personality" award to Flash's turtle Whazit. As he is about to award the grand prize, the pets are stolen by Artemiz. In the second part, after the pets rescue themselves, he tells the students that he and the judges have decided that all the pets should split the grand prize for showing "teamwork, courage and creativity", and tells Harley that he will not change her PE grade when she remarks "It's like you were their coach" when referring to how the pets saved themselves. He then gives Beast Boy the award for "Most Versatile".

In The Wobble, he congratulates Supergirl and Bumblebee for their respective perfect balance beam routines during a gymnastics practice in the school gym. He then reassures Wonder Woman after she makes a slight mistake on her routine. After Bleez attacks the judges and pins them to the wall for giving her an imperfect score at a previous gymnstics meet with Korugar Academy and accuses them of robbing her of a perfect score, he confronts her and tells her she has to earn it, before she pins him to the wall too. He and the judges are presumably freed when Bleez is defeated by Wonder Woman.


  • Enhanced Combat
  • Peak Human Condition
  • Multiple Lives
  • Peak Human Agility
  • Athletic Combat
  • Peak Human Strength
  • Strength Combat

Graphic Novels[]

Finals Crisis[]

In Finals Crisis, Coach Wildcat teaches a phys ed class and gives Wonder Woman an "A" after she defeats the Cheetah in a sparring match. As the class ends, Wonder Woman thanks him and leaves with the other students.

Hits and Myths[]

In Hits and Myths, Coach Wildcat's name appears crossed out in Miss Moone's flashback on her list of faculty birthdays. Later in the flashback of earlier today, he appears himself with other teachers throwing the surprise birthday party for Professor Etrigan, and watches as Professor Etrigan runs away after receiving his gift. Later, when Wonder Woman and her friends arrive at the Portal Coffee Shop to aid Supergirl, Miss Martian and Beast Boy, she tells her reunited friends, "Just like Coach Wildcat taught us", before they battle Black Canary and the Birds of Prey and the Bad Banshees inside the coffee shop. Later, Coach Wildcat appears again in Professor Etrigan's flashback at the surprise party.

Past Times at Super Hero High[]

In Past Times at Super Hero High, Katana asks her friends on the field trip to the time of the dinosaurs if any of them had taken Coach Wildcat's dinosaur combat elective, to which they all reply that they have not no she and her friends are forced to battle dinosaurs. In the now-altered present timeline, Coach Wildcat appears as one of the evil teachers commanded by Super Hero High School's new principal Vandal Savage to attack Batgirl and Harley Quinn as they arrive in front of the school after chasing them through time. As their other friends join the fight, Coach Wildcat battles Katana and brags about his knowledge of various martial arts. Katana sweeps his feet and puts her sword beside his face. At Batgirl's advice to "hit [the teachers] with their best advice" from their timeline, Beast Boy transformed as a bear, bearhugs Coach Wildcat, saying that he taught him in the original timeline to unleash his "inner beast". Later, as the students and Liberty Belle escape back in the time machine, the alternate timeline Bumblebee battles Coach Wildcat, Vandal Savage and Red Tornado to hold them off. After they successfully restore the past, the alternate timeline teachers presumably merge with those of their original timeline.

Date with Disaster[]

In Date with Disaster, Bumblebee tells Supergirl that they should do "Coach Wildcat's Binder-Rozakis play" while battling Rampage, but it fails when Rampage shoots Supergirl with Kryptonite slime.

Out of the Bottle[]

In Out of the Bottle, Bumblebee reminds Wonder Woman of what Coach Wildcat taught them, "When facing an enemy stronger than you, use their power against them" while they battle Wonder Woman's three living drawings of herself with three times her power and three inescapable lassos. They apply it by stealing their lassos and using them to capture them inside a photo booth.



v - e - d Generation 1 Characters
Main Characters Wonder WomanBatgirlHarley QuinnSupergirlBumblebeePoison IvyKatana
Super Hero High Students CheetahBeast BoyHawkgirlCyborgHal JordanStarfireCatwomanMiss MartianStar SapphireFrostBig BardaLady ShivaJessica CruzRavenMeraThunderLightningThe RiddlerJinx
Super Hero High Faculty Principal WallerVice Principal GroddCrazy QuiltProfessor EtriganMr. FoxRed TornadoCoach WildcatCommissioner GordonLiberty BelleParasiteMiss MooneWill Magnus
Adults Lois LaneJonathan KentMartha KentHippolytaCarl FerrisSilver St. CloudAmethystMaster Alchemist
Villains Granny GoodnessGigantaLex LuthorLena LuthorKryptomitesEclipsoDark OpalBrainiacAresStrifeSolomon GrundyKiller CrocDouble Dare TwinsLion-ManeCaptain ColdKiller MothFireflyKing SharkMrs. ClayfaceRampageVandal SavageCheshireLeadIronGeneral ZodNonUrsaTrigonSirenDarkseidDeadshotPlastique
Korugar Academy SinestroBlackfireBleezLoboMaximaMongal
Female Furies ArtemizLashinaMad HarrietSpeed QueenStompa
Supporting characters Steve TrevorSupermanRobinMari McCabeBlack CanaryPlatinumAquamanProfessor Minerva
Pets KryptoAceJumpaHoneyKitsuneCalliopeRozWhazitStormSilkiePerry