Henri seems largely motivated by his his first instinct, which is unfortunate because under the irresistible urge to punch things lies a fairly intelligent guy. He's very much struggling with his identity now that he's attending school away from people who knew him while he was growing up, but has a hard time keeping up the cool-guy persona when confronted with older, nerdier habits and likes.
Trish has always been kind of a geek, and when she was younger, she fancied herself a writer. When she got to university, though, she settled on something a little more realistic. Trish is extremely pragmatic, to the point of being ruthless. She wants to be a nice person, and can be, but is also capable of looking at situations with neutral detachment for the best outcome.
Cassi is a temperamental eleven-year-old who came to reside with her father and step-mother a year prior to the events of the comic after her mother's death. She's trying to cope, and also bond with Bart. She resents Heather a great deal. Her favourite things include cartoons (but not the kind that are for babies) and the library of games she has for her DS Lite.
Bart is a new father in strange circumstances. At 27, he's still stumbling and immature, and feels like his small family is at war. He loathes having to split his attention between his wife and his daughter. Bart enjoys retro gaming, old sci-fi TV shows and progressive metal.
Heather has been married to Bart for about two years, and half-way through that she suddenly became an active parents when she and Bart took in Cassi after her mother's accident. Heather has no idea how to be a parent--she still feels fresh out of college and is now dealing with a grieving, hormonal tween on a daily basis. She's trying her best, though.
Blaire is a secretary for an insurance brokerage who is getting tired of the convention scene, and having a hard time justifying taking time off from work to go play dress-up. Blaire has been cosplaying from a young age and find something very satisfying about designing her own costumes, even if she feels she's getting a bit old for it.
Victor is a washed up actor who makes money by continuing to ride the wave of popularity a role as the Captain on a Sci-Fi show back in his early 20s still holds. That and attending cons and shows to charge for autographs. He wishes his life could have been different in retrospect.
Jack is the shy counterpart to his twin sister's outgoing personality. He enjoys video games and comic book movies, but only really attended Omegacon as a means of meeting his long-time internet girlfriend, who may or may not have turned out to be an otherkin.
Ethma is a Fiah--part of a bird-like race of explorers and historians. She is currently acting as a monitor for Endi's final pilot exam, but has a long military history with the Guardians, Haalha's fighting force. She is cool-headed, but prone to bursts of emotion that startle her as well as others. She is ALL business.
Endi is a Fiah--part of a bird-like race of explorers and historians. He is currently doing his exam to be instated as a full pilot with his own ship. He is nervous and panics easily around aliens, but loves to fly in any capacity that he can afford.
Max is an agent of the ESI who is currently investigating the humans missing from OmegaCon.
Not much is known about Noh, other than the fact that she accompanied Raine to meet Jack at Omegacon. ESI reports pin her as a trained intelligence agent of some sort, but could garner no information that indicated which nation she was working for or what she was doing. Her whereabouts are currently unknown.
Lon is a member of Ith's Black Caste, condemned to work an unsatisfying job as security for a cargo ship of little interest because someone higher up doesn't like him very much. He tries to be calm and cool like training dictates, but find his working conditions so deplorable that he can't help but bicker with his co-workers and complain all of the time.
Little is known about the warden at this point. She is currently in charge of the Hazardous Knowledge Control Centre.
Sari is a member of Ith's Red caste, and is generally unhappy with her station in life. While she is the captain of the Ith Cargo ship she works on, all of her attempts to raise higher had been met with insurmountable obstacles and closed doors. Her need to be in control means that she has trouble giving up the reigns to others, especially Lon. His presence makes her feel uncomfortable and angry.
Muire is a member of Ith's Blue Caste who works as a liaison on a small cargo ship. She is there to provide a window into the auras of potential business partners, as well as manage the resident Fade. Muire is by far the kindest member of the Ith ship's crew, and does her best to be her best in all situations.
Seon is a member of Ith's Yellow Caste. His job on the ship mostly concerns wheeling and dealing and talking various traders up and down to get a better deal. Seon gets along with pretty much everyone on board, though others are wary of him and his intentions because of what his job entails.
Raine is (was?) Jack's internet girlfriend of two years and met him in person for the first time at Omegacon. Upom meeting him, she professed to be an Otherkin. Is she serious? Was she trying to get Jack to storm off? At this point, everything is speculation.