Fantastic foursomes. While the most famous foursome of teenagers were the original Teen Titans... Robin, Kid Flash, Aqualad and Wonder Girl... there was an older and newer version who also struck fear in the hearts of criminals.
It began with a pair of squabbling siblings, Hank and Don Hall. Hank Hall was the older and more aggressive sibling sticking to a strong conservative view of the world. Donald Hall was the younger sibling, more contemplative as open to a decidedly liberal mindset. While Hank was decisive, Don was indecisive. Both had strengths and weaknesses. A mysterious voice bequeathed them with caped costumes that materialized during periods of stress, transforming Hank into the strong Hawk and Don into the agile Dove. Early on in their heroic careers, they encountered the Titans and bonded with the other two new members of that team, the horn playing lad named Mal and the telepathic beauty known as Lilith.
Thomas Rogers was the son of the local district attorney for his town, and decided to don a costume to fight the rampant gang violence that was engulfing his community. To that end, he recruited his two pals Toughy and Tubby, who dressed in spandex similar to his and became known as Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys. Eventually, they grabbed the attention of aspired heroine Janie, who as Little Miss Redhead used her bola-whip and specialized paint to aid the Boys in a series of cases towards the end of their careers. Apparently, when the all reached adulthood, the quartet retired and perhaps the sparks between Tommy and Janie led to further romance for the pair as it was later revealed that Rogers married and had a son of his own.
Like Hawk and Dove, their counterparts on Earth-Two in Toughy and Tubby were physically gifted, and skilled athletes. Mal had been granted a teleportation device in the shape of a horn, and later the blue and gold uniform of the golden age Guardian of which he adopted his name. This made Mal a mirror for Tommy, while the teams redheads in Lilith and Janie were the perspective members of their respective groups.