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"Your favorite DC characters, written and drawn by the incomparable John Byrne! In addition to John Byrne’s classic character-defining arcs of SUPERMAN and WONDER WOMAN, the writer/artist also created a trove of lesser-known DC Comics tales, starring characters from every corner of the DC Universe. In these one-shot stories spanning more than 20 years, Batman thwarts a contest of wits between his greatest villains, an alternate-timeline ancestor of Superman helps the British win the Revolutionary War, and the Guardians of the Universe reveal their untold history. With more than 300 pages of material never collected before, THE DC UNIVERSE BY JOHN BYRNE brings you the battle of the Teen Titans versus robot dinosaurs, the poignant Christmas tale of bygone hero Enemy Ace, the modern adventures of the Silver Age Hawkman and much more! "
- Issue # TPB (5 months ago)
While searching for a wise priest named K'rkzar on the planet Naftali, J'onn J'onzz runs into trouble. The Martian Manhunter, alongside Darkstar Chaser Bron, get caught up in trying to save the wise priest from multiple factions seeking his death.
- Issue # Full (11 months ago)
He lives on the 13th floor of New York's Carney Hall Building, crammed into a tiny room filled with memorabilia. He makes a living scamming tourists at 3-card monte and chess and makes his friends among the denizens of Washington Square Park and the Lower East Side. He's ARION THE IMMORTAL, once the most powerful sorcerer of them all, not to mention the King of the World. But now he's just another old man in the street of the city, taking his pleasure in the company of young Amanda and delighting in shortchanging his arch-nemesis, the Lord of Chaos, now a deli owner on New York's Lower East Side. Yep, the Immortal's life was pretty quiet and complete...until Darkworld fell asleep again, to dream the Dream that gave birth to Atlantean magic, forcing the Immortal to leave the quiet of his present existence and take up the mantle of the old days.
Tensions escalate between the governments of the United States of America and Russia. Jimmy Olsen tails a mob clerk to the Soviet Consulate, in Metropolis. Lycaon, Chosen of Chaos, preaches at the Temple of Divine Light, in Gotham City. The Phantom Stranger confronts Lycaon. The Phantom Stranger attempts to sway Lycaon's followers against him, to no avail...
Supergirl, as Linda Danvers, moves to Chicago to begin a new life as a student at Lake Shore University. She gets a new home there and makes new friends and also meets a new villain in "A Very Strange and Special Girl."
This issue opens with Power Girl flying to her office in New York City. She is running late for a meeting at her software firm due to a court appointment. When she arrives she finds out that her partner has been talking to outside parties about a buy out. This throws her into a tizzy and has her thinking of her own identity. How she thought she was a cousin of Superman, but found out that she was in fact the granddaughter of Arion, an Atlantean mystic who lived 45,000 years ago
They are criminals hired by the government, buying their freedom, paying off their sentence, one job at a time--and they're all expendable. Brought together by Amanda Waller, they'll get the job done at any cost necessary. They are the Suicide Squad.
- Issue # Special 1 (one year ago)
When Celsius finds the wheelchair of her late husband Niles Caulder, she begins a journey to find the supposedly dead members of Doom Patrol and recruits Robotman and Tempest to aid her in her quest.
DC Special Series was an umbrella title for one-shots and special issues published by DC Comics between 1977 and 1981. Each issue featured a different character and was often in a different format than the issue before it. DC Special Series was published in four different formats: Dollar Comics, 48 page giants, digests, and treasury editions. Neither the umbrella title nor the numbering system appear on the cover; the title "DC Special Series" appeared only on the first page in the indicia. Most issues featured new material, but eight issues were reprints of previously published material.
Originally a spin-off from the Vigilante series, Checkmate featured the exploits of a super-secret government organization. The Checkmate operatives were known as knights, mortal men, super spies with high tech body suits and gear. First appearance was in Action Comics #598.