Lonnie works full-time as a member of his commune, and also runs an online anarchist bookstore.
In general, Anarky seems to have no powers beyond the natural abilities of a human, but enhanced to exaggerated levels. Physically (with regards to strength, speed, endurance, reflexes, coordination, etc) he can perform at the level of an olympic athlete with ease, and can achieve low-level superhuman feats with exertion. His senses, when concentrated on, can allow him telescopic vision, sight in darkness, hearing at subsonic or supersonic frequencies, the ability to identify chemical compounds by smell, and can sense minute changes in air pressure and temperature. He seems immune to most common diseases, and his metabolism can detoxify his body rapidly. Anarky can go exaggerated lengths of time without food, water, or sleep, and his injuries recover markedly faster and more completely than normal. Even the composition of his skin has changed to have a similar tensile strength and heat resistance as kevlar. Anarky has increased mental prowess as well, as his memory is eidetic, he can absorb and retain information at an extremely rapid rate, and he is able to accept and caluclate large amounts of data with shocking speed.
While seemingly at a level above a common human, Lonnie is not as far removed as one thinks. While his skin can repel blades and small-arms fire, direct hits will still give him tissue damage, and he can only withstand heat and flame in short bursts. High caliber weapons, extreme kinetic force, or excessive temperature will all harm him easily enough, as will any sort of otherworldly or supernatural element that can harm humans.
Given his enhanced mental abilities, Anarky is knowledgeable on a variety of subjects, from martial arts, to engineering, to botany, to economics. His particularly favored subjects are history, philosophy, sociology, computer engineering, and network security. Under the secondary alias "Moneyspider," Anarky is a prodigious grey-hat hacker, responsible for security breaches at the national level, and has evaded digital identification by even the Justice League. Notable also is Anarky's skill in navigating and surviving in the urban underground, and he possesses a remarkable charisma for leading the downtrodden and oppressed.
Beyond his flawless physique, Lonnie is generally unremarkable. He is not particularly tall, nor overly muscular, nor is he especially attractive. He generally resembles a typical American teenager of European descent, with dark hair, brown eyes, and some traces of Slavic and Semitic ancestry visible in his features. As Anarky, he dresses in black fatigues with dark combat boots, and a black leather jacket with a hood sewn in. He conceals his identity with a mostly-featureless white mask with a red anarchist "A" emblazoned over it, and this same symbol is sewn into the back of his jacket.
Lonnie Machin was born to Francesca Machin, a single mother, in the East End of Gotham City. The two lived an impoverished existence, surrounded by crime and corruption, even sometimes resorting to it themselves to survive. Growing up in the roughest neighborhood in Gotham was difficult, but Lonnie manage to get by with his compassion intact. Even in his early teenage years he was a relentless protestor and youth activist, fighting against the corruption deeply ingrained into Gotham City, and helping those he could in his own neighborhood. Even so, as time went on, he began to tire of the seemingly endless struggle against poverty and the indifference of those in power. His body began to change in this time as well, his superhuman nature revealing itself as he went through the stages of puberty. Eventually Lonnie had simply had enough; he had seen too many people suffer and die at the hands of violence both from criminals, and from the systems supposed to protect them. Having studied the great revolutionary thinkers of years past, Lonnie has taken on the alias of Anarky, and seeks to take justice into his own hands and protect his neighborhood, and anyone in need. In recent months, Anarky has managed to push the gangs out of his block in the East End, and has established a mutual-aid commune in a building he and a few other like-minded individuals have been squatting in. At the current moment he is generally below the notice of superhuman justice, and is at best regarded as a low-level gang leader.
Street Justice: A supervillain is on the lamb from their most recent escapade, but has wandered into the wrong neighborhood: Anarky's neighborhood. Apprehending them himself, he plans to make a brutal example of the villain, but this is at odds with the more civilized justice of Gotham City and its protectors. (Group)
The Master's House: As Anarky's commune grows, they'll have greater need of space and resources. Who will complain if they "collectivize" a few more tenement buildings, some funds from an international banking conglomerate, and perhaps a convoy of WayneTech prototypes? (Solo)