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I know that they were a Golden Age Team and that Johnny Quick and Liberty Bell were part of the team. Can somebody explain to me when they were a team and If there are interesting stories with them? As it's the golden age I'll just summon @FraBig .
But can Green Lantern make Kryptonite with his Ring? Or would it be like if he tried to make spinach, it would look like it but not have the flavor or anything.
Which Watchmen universe is Tom King's Rorschach canon to? We've placed it under the comics here on the wiki, implying it's in the canon of Watchmen, Before Watchmen, and Doomsday Clock. But King himself specifically stated that it contradicts nothing in the graphic novel or the HBO series, implying it's in the canon of Watchmen and HBO's Watchmen. Plus, the comic makes a reference to an event that happened in Oklahoma, likely referring to the final showdown with Lady Trieu, Cyclops, and Veidt in See How They Fly.
On the Marvel Wiki, the characters are labeled by both the person and their superhero alias.
On here, it's the same, but for the characters in both the Prime/New Earths ... Are they the same person?
As in Creeper/Jack Ryder
Because as you can see there are many alternate versions of (lets say Peter Parker (MW))
But there are also many people to take on the mantle/name of "Spider-Man."
I was just wondering if this was the same with the DCW.
I'm doing my own version of Amalgam Universe called Earth 312 Wiki. 312 = Earth (Which would be based on real life) ... So far I have Curtis "CJ" Jones aka Dr. Waelyn and myself.
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I've been reading comics for four or five years now. However, it was only this Christmas that I received Frank Miller's Batman: Year One, Loeb's Haunted Knight and Dark Victory (I already own The Long Halloween), and a few other stories.
This is a very complex question. Can someone explain how the continuity of the DC Universe works? I get that Crisis on Infinite Earths happened, but how does that affect the present-day Batman? I'm just trying to map out the order of chronology. Are there alternate timelines? I'm just confused by the mess of it all.
I've been using this timeline: Batman Reading Order | Full Chronological Comics Timeline (comicbookherald.com)
Thanks in advance!
I just heard from someone that there will be a Justice League Dark movie soon, but I found out after it was canceled. Do you have any news if you really will have it? If so, do you know what the script will be and who the current members will be?
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This isn't a shitpost I'm legitimately clueless as to what is canon and what isn't nowdays, and what Death Metal is going to be leading into.
Anyone got a clue?
There's a contradiction on Arrowverse: Earth-2. It says that Stargirl's world is the previous Earth-2 recreated. But then says the last appearance was in Crisis on Infinite Earths part 5. But if Stargirl's Earth-2 is considered to be part of the Arrowverse, then the most recent appearance would be the last released episode of Stargirl, wouldn't it? And if Stargirl's world doesn't count as the same Earth-2, then the real last appearance is the first episode of Arrow season 8.
For my question from before. Im talking about the current Earth.
Why don't we have pages for the Robot Chicken DC characters? I mean, they're still Warner Bros.
What age was Bruce Wayne (Earth-1) when he left to go train.
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Making a normal superhero movie spends hundreds of millions of dollars. making a superhero game comes at a similar price. Did that make me wonder what budget DC Comics spends on making a comic?
Is DC Comics Artemis a lesbian too? The mythology one is lesbian or asexual and I was curious to know if the superhero publisher is also.
I'm really interested in Doctor Manhattan, but besides Watchmen I don't know what to read.