Grace Choi is a recurring character in the CW series Black Lightning.
Throughout the SeriesEdit
In LaWanda: The Book of Burial, Grace first appeared at the library putting books back on their respective shelves. She noticed Anissa on the floor reading. Anissa asked if she was in the way, but Grace said she wasn't. Grace asked what she was reading. Anissa told her she was researching genetic mutation which prompted Grace to ask whom it was for. Anissa said that it wasn't for anybody and that she hoped it's not because of someone being sick. After they introduced each other, Grace went back to putting books on the shelf. She noticed Anissa staring at The Outsiders comic book in her back pocket. She told Anissa what the comic was about. When Anissa said that she did like the costumes of the characters, Grace invited her to a cosplay party on Friday at her job.
Friday night, at the bar, she and Anissa was dancing on the floor until Chenoa interrupted them. Chenoa called Grace an Asian which offended her and told Chenoa to watch it. When Chenoa insulted Anissa, Grace intervened before Anissa could retaliate. Grace told them to take their altercation outside. Later on, Grace was bar tending and asked Anissa if everything went okay between her and gave her condolences after hearing they ended their relationship.
Grace is a young woman with braided hair in her twenties.
|LaWanda: The Book of Hope||Absent|
|LaWanda: The Book of Burial||Appears|
|And Then the Devil Brought the Plague: The Book of Green Light||Appears|
|Three Sevens: The Book of Thunder||Absent|
|Equinox: The Book of Fate||Mentioned|
|The Book of Revelations||N/A|
|The Book of Little Black Lies||N/A|
|Sins of the Father: The Book of Redemption||N/A|
|Black Jesus: The Book of Crucifixion||N/A|
|The Resurrection and the Light: The Book of Pain||N/A|
|Shadow of Death||N/A|
- In the comics, Grace Choi is the daughter to an Amazon and a member of the Outsiders. She frequently had conflict with Thunder.
- Grace Choi is third LGBT character in the show, following Anissa Pierce and Chenoa.