I got bored... I started by looking up Nightwing's mask. Then I decided to just do the whole outfit. I had to go through my old sets to find a stick. Originally, he was dual-wielding, but I got rid of one so Raven could have hair. He also has a "shuriken" to represent a birdarang on his right arm.
My next person was Superboy.The model is practically female fanservice, and it worked. Interestingly, he's 5'7" in some sources. Granted, he's like "five" in some timelines.
The next person was Kid Flash. I couldn't find a proper yellow mask, so I had to dig up that old sunglass set, which, whether or not makes it funny, makes it look like he's got a ^-^ face. I actually knew the wetsuit I wanted to use for him though.
Afterwards, we get to Wonder Girl. This is where I had to figure out where lines needed to be drawn. Do I show off her assets, or do I use one of the few tasteful articles of clothing when looking up her adult counterpart? In the end, I found a different shirt that implied "curves" without showing them while show her midriff. This established her to be Cassie... that, and the jeans. Seems more like a Cassie thing. What? o.0 Oh right, the blonde wig says it's Cassie. =P
After that, I felt like there was extra room. I did my best to make Static. In my defense, he's had a lot of costume changes. It's also surprisingly difficult to find someone with his hairstyle on this site. The picture I used has longer hair. I couldn't even find a "trenchcoat" or "long coat" that was open so I could insert a shirt in. Still, I like my rendition. It's inspired by one of the outfits that actually made it in the show, hence the black shirt.
Finally, I added Raven. Cloaks are not easy to find with a hood up. The yellow belt is added in place of whatever may or may not be there depending on the design. Her chakra is too large, too, but whatever. I think it still has her looks down good enough. By adding Raven, (at this point in time) I have made the distinction that this isn't a Young Justice cartoon thing. Virgil has shown up, but he hasn't become Static on screen, either. Having him, Superboy, and Cassie (as opposed to Donna Troy), helps make this not seem like a Teen Titans cartoon thing either.
*edit* I switched Raven's hair with a darker, more "realistic" natural purple that better suits her.