Silas has brown eyes, brown hair and beard and fair skin. He wears a suit with different shades of gray for the tie, the jacket and the button-down, and a black vest underneath the jacket.
He comes off as a humanitarian businessman but is secretly a manipulative criminal, as shown when he meets with Shrapnel in Northbridge Prison. Because of this, he is similar to Everett Rourke from the "Endless Summer" series. Rochelle believes that he is very dangerous and advises her son/daughter to stay far away from him.
He is extremely manipulative, as he tricked Hazel into creating a serum that would give an individual superpowers rather than touching the Prism Crystal.
He is shown to be very powerful hungry and wants to rule Northbridge with an iron fist. His master plan is to attack the Mayor's speech regarding superhuman criminals and reveal his super-powered army.
Silas is Grayson's father. It is mentioned that they were very close when Grayson was a child. After Helena Prescott died, Silas became cold and distant from his son.
Helena was Silas' wife. He was extremely devoted to her and was devastated after she died. According to Rochelle, this was the event that caused him to become obsessed with the Prism Crystal.
Silas visits Shrapnel in prison at the end of Book 1, Chapter 4 and makes him an offer. Given that Shrapnel kidnaps Caleb at the end of Chapter 7 and mentions big plans, it is possible he is working for Silas as a Superpowered Henchman.
Silas is Your Character's boss and is the mastermind of creating Northbridge's super-powered criminals. He is aware of your Superhero identity. You apparently always viewed him as shady, calling him a "megalomaniacal power obsessed creep". They primarily battle each other in the Book 1 Finale, resulting in Your Character flying Silas into space before he explodes in order to save the lives of thousands of innocent civilians.
- He resembles actor John Glover.
- He also bears a resemblance to actor Clancy Brown, who played supervillain CEO Lex Luthor in Superman the Animated Series.
- He is referenced in Endless Summer, Book 2, Chapter 9, where it is implied that he and Everett Rourke are rivals. In Hero, Book 1 Chapter 14, it is revealed that the two of them are actually friends.
- His reliance on Liquid Prism is similar to how Bane, an enemy of Batman, relies on a super-steroid called Venom.