Name: Kyle Page
Appearance: 5'10", he has dark hair and blue eyes with a slim yet muscular build.
Costume: Red and blue outfit that's light-armored and flexible with a utility belt in the center. It completely covers him from the neck down, and the center has a symbol of a bird. He wears a domino mask.
Powers and Abilities: Sparrow has no actual superpowers. He's an extremely skilled and agile fighter who has trained his whole life to get where he is today. Knowing a variety of different martial arts from his world travels, as well as knowledge of various weapons, and his numerous gadgets, he's still not to be underestimated in any case.
Kyle Page was born as the son of the vigilante Damon Page, known to the public as Blackbird, who primarily operated in New York City. The superhero was not exactly the most approachable man, and trained his son hard to be just like him. Though the they had wealth, Kyle was the opposite of spoiled. Some would actually call Kyle a "child soldier", but that was all he knew. It was his connection to his mother Maria did he not become stone cold like his dad. Having traveled the world learning numerous styles of martial arts and weapons under intensive training, he was able to down most grown men twice his age. Kyle began his career as a hero at only fourteen, as the sidekick to Blackbird named Sparrow. They fought alongside each other in dangerous situations, and it wasn't easy.
One day, the two eventually came to argue with each other. Sparrow resented his father for treating him like a child soldier, and Blackbird refuted that he knew it was best for him. His dream was for his son to be the next Blackbird. Sparrow wanted more than to be a measly sidekick, and the arguments led to his father firing him from the position.
It was liberation.
Sparrow wasn't going to let this be the end. He took his gadgets with him and relocated to Titan City, with the intention of starting a new hero career independent of his father. He's still in contact with his mother, who secretly finances his gadgets, but he hasn't spoke to his dad since. Sparrow has the intention of starting a team of young teenage superheroes just like him, in a place where the term "sidekick" is non-existent.