||Justice League of America #73 (August 1969)
||a living star who had been on trial for their crimes by other living stars and sentenced to wandering the multiverse. He despised order and tried to upset the universe, but had lost most of his power in that way, only having about enough to survive by the star's judgement. Was responsible for the death of Larry Lance and in effect, Black Canary's move from Earth-One to Earth-Two.
||World's Finest Comics #261 (February 1980)
||an elderly woman who developed anti-gravity powers. Forming a gang with her three nephews, she menaced Star City before being defeated by Black Canary.
||Flash Comics #90 (December 1947)
||a bank robber who created an elaborate scheme to frame Black Canary for murder after Johnny Thunder snapped a picture of him committing a crime.
||Green Arrow and Black Canary #23 (October 2009)
||the name of two villains, the first a retroactive early opponent of Green Arrow that hunted the hero and was murdered by Cupid years later. His son Blake took up the torch.
|the Blazing Infernos
||Green Lantern #100 (January 1978)
||a Star City street gang, the Infernos set off bombs throughout the city and were secretly funded by insurance investors hoping to justify raised rates. Green Arrow, Black Canary, and Roy Harper caught the Infernos, who turned informant on the investors.
||Detective Comics #553 (August 1985)
||a pyrokinetic villainess.
||Green Lantern #110 (November 1978)
||an extradimensional vagabond whose careless travel into the "Silver Twist" cosmic rift discharged energy that almost detonated a nuclear-powered satellite in Earth's orbit. Green Arrow and Green Lantern entered the twist to find Borch had discovered/created "Coyote Gulch", a reality based on the American Old West, and was leading the Clancy Bunch to take over the Gulch. Green Arrow defeated the Clancy Bunch, while Green Lantern defeated Borch.
||Flash Comics #93 (March 1948)
||a petty crook disguised as a swami and leader of the Order of the Crimson Crystal cult.
||New Teen Titans Annual #2 (1983)
||a venomous assassin and leader of the Ravens, a team of assassins that regularly come into conflict with Black Canary and the Birds of Prey.
||Green Lantern #94 (April 1977)
||a renegade military officer, Thaddeus Lucius Krisp abducted Black Canary in a failed attempt to extort Green Arrow into assassinating the President of the United States.
||Green Arrow and Black Canary #17 (February 2009)
||Sonic-powered criminal Sean Sonus temporarily rendered Star City's inhabitants deaf before being defeated.
||Green Arrow and Black Canary #7
||a high-tech supercriminal working in England.
||Justice League of America #78 (February 1970)
||By the time the pollutant-ridden planet Monsan finally became uninhabitable, a handful of survivors had altered their body chemistries to enable them to thrive on pollutants, with the unanticipated effect of warping their minds so that they sought to render other planets equally polluted. These survivors, the Doomsters, led by Chokh, came to Earth intent on converting its atmosphere into a gas which they alone could breathe; they defeated Black Canary and other JLA members (plus Vigilante (Greg Sanders)), but Green Arrow rescued the heroes, ultimately allowing the JLA sufficient recovery time to defeat the Doomsters. Green Arrow and Black Canary's romance first developed in the wake of this crisis (at least, in Pre-Crisis continuity), making it of particular relevance in both characters' histories.
||Green Arrow and Black Canary #15 (February 2009)
||Machete-wielding street thug and supervillain wannabe.
||Flash Comics #94 (April 1948)
||a criminal mastermind who disguised herself as a flower girl to assassinate people and used a "photon smasher" flashlight to blast enemies.
||Green Lantern #120 (September 1979)
||In 1513, Spaniard Jaime Sanchez discovered Florida's Fountain of Youth, but was betrayed and buried alive by his fellow explorers; uprooted almost 500 years later, he fought Green Arrow and Black Canary before being defeated by Green Lantern.
|the Glorn Hive-Master
||World's Finest Comics #253 (October–November 1978)
||the leader of the extradimensional Glorn race, who abducted Black Canary to be their queen, pursued by Green Arrow, devolved into harmless state via radio waves.
||Green Lantern #82 (March 1971)
||the leader of a race of mythical bird-women, the Harpy first battled Black Canary, Green Arrow and Green Lantern under the control of the Witch Queen; a Korugarian sorceress and sister of Sinestro. The Harpy later returned (in Action Comics #443 (January 1975)) as a member of the Anti-Justice League as Black Canary's counterpart, teaming up with Merlyn to capture Green Arrow and Black Canary.
||Brave and the Bold #80 (October 1968)
||After mutating himself into insectlike form, Roderick Rose clashed with several super-heroes, including Green Arrow and Black Canary in World's Finest Comics #248-249; he eventually became more commonly associated with Superman.
||Sensation Comics #68 (August 1947)
||a big-game hunter and tiger-themed criminal, Huntress is both the archenemy of the second Black Canary's mentor Wildcat and one-time foe of the first Black Canary and her then-boyfriend Starman.
|the Huntress of the Highway
||Flash Comics #92 (February 1948)
||a criminal who sent a funeral wreath to Larry Lance as a threat and set up a truck route that would trap trucks and steal their cargo, before being foiled by Black Canary and Larry.
||Black Canary #1 (January 1993)
||Corporate mogul who uses his powerful connections and monetary resources for various evil deeds.
||Green Lantern #78 (July 1970)
||Mind-controlling leader of cult preparing for race war, brainwashed Black Canary into almost killing Green Arrow; cult later taken over by Sister Joshua, who battled Black Canary, but not Green Arrow (Flash #218 (October 1972)).
||Flash Comics #95 (May 1948)
||a woman who disguised herself as Black Canary to murder her uncle and inherit his fortune.
||Adventure Comics #67 (October 1941)
||a criminal mastermind who can transform into living mist. The Mist battled Black Canary during her time dating the Mist's archenemy Starman.
||World's Finest Comics #282 (August 1982)
||Harbored vendetta against Green Arrow for accidentally killing her hoodlum son when the latter's gang attacked the hero (in Flash #217 (August 1972)); hired Slingshot and gang to abduct Black Canary, then replace Green Arrow's stunt arrows with lethal arrows so he would again inadvertently kill and presumably retire; outsmarted by Green Arrow, declared vengeance against him to be her only reason left to live.
||Green Arrow (vol. 3) #12 (March 2002)
||Making sport of slaying costumed heroes, the enigmatic Onomatopoeia tried to kill Black Canary and the Arrow family.
|the Order of the Crimson Crystal
||Flash Comics #93 (March 1948)
||a cult of women obsessed with obtaining a "mystical" crimson ruby given to Black Canary by a dying woman.
||Detective Comics #549 (April 1985)
||After getting his hands on a bow and arrow, Pete Lomax tracks down Green Arrow and Black Canary and puts the latter in the hospital.
||Detective Comics #674 (May 1994)
||a sharp-shooting assassin. Part of a group of assassins called the Ravens, charged with taking out Black Canary and the Birds of Prey.
||Green Arrow and Black Canary #11 (October 2008)
||Formerly employed by the mysterious Echo Initiative group, psychologically unstable assassin Palmer Cokes was hired by Shado to kill Green Arrow, but ultimately failed.
||Flash Comics # 88 (August 1947)
||a gangster who stole the famous Kooblin Sapphire and was foiled by Black Canary (herself trying to steal it) and Johnny Thunder (mostly through his bumbling incompetence).
||Action Comics #450 (August 1975)
||Member of the Organization, a subversive group equipped with nuclear weapons and intent on "neutralizing" the world's governments; posed as vacation resort manager; his attempt to pin murder charges on vacationing Green Arrow and Black Canary led to the investigation, and presumed destruction, of the Organization.
|Dr. Titus Selinger
||DC Comics Presents #54 (February 1983)
||Scientist whose attempt to harness outer space rays created deadly smog across the U.S., as well as a giant smog-creature; Green Arrow and Black Canary worked with Superman to restore things to normal.
|the Witch Queen
||Green Lantern #82 (February 1971)
||Alleged sister of Sinestro, commanded Harpies and Amazon warriors in a war against all men; fought Green Arrow, Black Canary, and Green Lantern.
||All Star Comics #34 (March 1945)
||Member of the Injustice Society, the Wizard fought the first Black Canary on a few occasions both on her own and with the Justice Society. He eventually cursed her daughter with a potent sonic cry.
|the Yellow Peril
||Green Lantern #107 (August 1978)
||Quintet of skyjackers who planned to take over Coast City's airport and, anticipating trouble from Green Lantern, dressed themselves in yellow costumes which rendered them immune to Green Lantern's power ring. However, they did not anticipate the presence of Green Arrow and Black Canary, who easily defeated them sans power rings.