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Action Comics (1938-2011)
Rocketed to Earth from the doomed planet Krypton, the baby Kal-El was found by a kindly couple and raised as Clark Kent. Developing extraordinary powers thanks to Earth's yellow sun, Clark fights for truth, justice and the American way as Superman, the Man of Steel!
Aztek: The Ultimate Man (1996-1997)
From the visionary minds of writers Grant Morrison and Mark Millar comes a new DC Universe ongoing series with a new kind of hero—one with truly fantastic powers, a limitless sense of wonder, and a refreshing nobility of heart that will fire your imagination and renew your love of comics. Readers weary of psychotic vigilantes and angst-driven executioner "heroes" will find Aztek an invigorating
Born into affluence, Bruce Wayne was fundamentally changed the night his parents were murdered before his eyes. From that day on, Bruce trained his mind and body beyond peak human perfection to become Batman--a symbol of terror, striking at the hearts of criminals and villains across the globe.
DC Holiday Special
Celebrate the holiday season with your favorite DC Universe heroes in this over-sized special! From Gotham City to the deep seas, these 10 super-stories from a bundle of top creators spread the spirit of the season!
DC One Million
Spinning out of his critically acclaimed JLA run, writer Grant Morrison takes readers to the 853rd Century! The Justice Legion A arrive in the present to invite the JLA to a celebration for the return of Superman, but in extending the hand of friendship across time, have the heroes of tomorrow doomed the world of today?
The Flash (1987-2009)
During the CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS, Barry Allen--a.k.a. The Flash--made the ultimate sacrifice and gave his life to save millions. In his stead, the world welcomes the new Fastest Man Alive, as Wally West picks up his mentor's mantle. Long live the Flash!
House of Mystery (1951-1983)
Welcome to the House of Mystery, where your hosts presents some of the most terrifying tales and scary stories in anthology format, featuring countless creatures of the night including, vampires, werewolves, monsters, and more!
Justice League of America (1960-1987)
The world's greatest superheroes unite! Superman! Batman! Wonder Woman! The Green Lantern! The Flash! Aquaman! Martian Manhunter! And more! Separately, they are some of the best heroes in the DC Universe, but together they are the Justice League of America - the world's most powerful superteam!
Legion of Super-Heroes (1980-1989)
An old Legion of Super-Heroes villain returns! A young girl in the Legion medical bay suddenly awakens and begins taking control of the team's computer systems. The only person who can help is the girl's own brother. But how far will he be willing to go to stop his sister?
Legion of Super-Heroes (1984-1989)
The Legion of Super-Heroes returns in their very own series! Gathered together from across the universe, the Legion follows in the footsteps of the Man of Steel as defenders of truth and justice. Follow along as they face off against alien conquerors, the Legion of Super-Villains and more!
Legion of Super-Heroes (1989-2000)
Five Year After the Magic Wars, the Legion of Super-Heroes have disbanded--but a new threat might just force them all back together! Keith Giffen plots and pencils a bold new direction for the superheroic teens of the 30th Century!
Secret Origins (1986-1990)
A look at the secret origins of Penguin, the Riddler and Two-Face. Framing sequence is the making of a "Steve Jones Investigates" special, taking a look at the costumed criminals of Gotham, in "Original Sins."
Teen Titans Spotlight (1986-1988)
Spotlight on the Tamaranian princess Starfire in a two-part tale! As Starfire returns from Tamaran, she becomes involved in the Apartheid controversy in South Africa.
Vigilante and his crew try to help people terrorized by the gangster Quilt and his hireling Brand in "A Fable for Our Times."
Wonder Woman (1942-1986)
The original adventures of Wonder Woman, the Amazon Princess! These classic stories--written by Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston--feature the first appearance and use of many of the identifiable elements of the character, including her longtime sidekick Etta Candy and her magic lasso!
World's Finest (1941-1986)
Batman and Robin face off with a witch while Superman battles the Rainmaker!