He is the leader of the H.I.V.E. and was Deathstroke's employer who had sought to capture the Teen Titans in order to absorb their superpowers, thereby enabling him to become a "god" by utilizing his newfound abilities to secure world domination.
He was voiced by Gregg Henry.
Brother Blood first appears in an interview in which he defends his "church" of accusations. After the interview, he kills the reporter for "blasphemous" insinuations and returns to his lair. Brother Blood has built a machine in which he tests on Jericho which works but he has Jericho shot (or so he thought). At a cemetery, he meets Deathstroke whom he hired to capture the Teen Titans. He doubles the pay to move the contract up for a week in which Deathstroke agrees. After Deathstroke along with Terra capture the Titans (except Nightwing), Brother Blood finds that he cannot operate the machine without one more Titan until Deathstroke offers Terra. After the ritual to make Brother Blood into a god begins, Nightwing arrives and destroys the machine but the machine still made Brother Blood have the same powers as the other Titans. While Deathstroke battles Robin and Nightwing, Brother Blood battles the other Titans but he is defeated when Raven strips him of his powers. He is then shot by his loyal follower, Mother Mayhem and she reveals that she loved him.
Brother Blood is shown to be a villain who is hungry for power to become like a god. This obsession led him to his downfall.
- This version like his 2003 animated counterpart, is the leader of the H.I.V.E.
- In the comic adaption, Brother Blood was not involved with the story.