Here's a collection of many (all?) of the original Hostess ads...
Yes, DC did this too (but not for as long, so there are fewer DC examples)
In some continuities (including Prime Earth, I think) Wonder Woman loves ice cream.
Oh, and Wonder Woman is the answer
The term "DCEU" is not fan made. It was coined by Zack Snyder himself! see screenrant.com/batman-v-superman-empire-cover-september-2015
I think the Adams Deadman mini goes along with Batman: Odyssey and Superman: The Coming of the Supermen as happening in Neal Adams's own "Nealverse" ;)
Esteban Maroto is one of those artists whose style isn't well suited to superheroes. I supposed that why he was hired for Zatanna Vol 1, as it was trying to make Zatanna less of a superhero and more of a Vertigo-style magic user. Still, I don't think it worked. To see Maroto in a better light, read The Atlantis Chronicles, which is basically a fantasy novel.
Yeah, Zatanna Vol 1 is pretty bad. I don't know what the idea behind it even was. But don't badmouth Esteban Maroto as a minor creator. He is a major talent in his native Spain, and here in America he had lots of stories published in the Warren magazines (''Creepy, Eerie,'' etc.)
a dating app for super-heroes was introduced recently in Green Lanterns. It's called Caper.
Didn't Spielberg show interest in making a Blackhawk movie back in the 1980s? I seem to remember that, but none of the articles have mentioned it so far...
DC does not own the Spirit, although they have interacted with him several times.
In the Golden Age, when Will Eisner was producing the original Spirit stories for newspapers (and Quality Comics was reprinting those stories in comic books, and also helping put together the Spirit newspaper sections), Eisner and Quality's publisher Busy Arnold co-owned the Spirit. However, Arnold's ownership was conditional -- if he ever stopped publishing comics, his share reverted back to Eisner. So when Arnold shut down Quality Comics in 1956, his share of the Spirit went away, and he was not able to sell it to DC with the rest of Quality.
In 2000, DC licensed the Spirit from Will Eisner (just like they license Masters of the Universe from Mattel, or any other license), mainly so they could publish the Spirit Archives. A few year later, they did produce some new Spirit stories. That license has since ended, and nowadays Dynamite Entertainment has the license and is publishing new Spirit comics
1. In any continuity, Raven hasn't been around long enough to explore how immortal she is. In Earth-One/New Earth (the one that lasted longest) there was probably only 10 years of time elapsed, and even then she was disembodied and placed in a younger body, so who knows?
However, given that Trigon and her half-brothers all seem be aging very slowly, she probably will too...
I've always like The Quiz.
Oh God no! It's a terrible, dated costume