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The Outsiders (1985-1988)
The Outsiders face the Nuclear Family.
With Batman at his side or off on his own, Tim Drake protects the streets of Gotham by night while simultaneously trying to lead a normal teenage life by day. Writer Chuck Dixon returns once more to the Boy Wonder Tim Drake—this time for the young hero's very own ongoing series!
Robin II: Joker's Wild (1991)
The Joker escapes from Arkham Asylum and finds his gang being led by Mister Freeze! With the Dark Knight unavailable, it’s up to Robin to follow the clues and retrieve the Clown Prince of Crime!
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."
Steel and Warrior team up when Guy Gardner returns to Washington and enounters is his old nemesis, Sledge, written by Beau Smith and pencilled by Sergio Cariello. Returning to Earth from his other-dimensional exile, Aqualad endures his final steps of training...but first he must purge the memories of his past.
The Spectre (1987-1989)
Under the guidance of Madame Xanadu, office girl Kim Liang is sent to retrieve a large urn from a locker in Grand Central Station. Inside is the body of Jim Corrigan, earthly host of the Spectre.
Super Friends (1976-1981)
Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, and Wonder Woman attempt to prevent the Penguin, Poison Ivy, the Cheetah, and others from stealing the components of a super-robot.
The classic, Silver Age adventures of the Man of Steel...back when he was merely the Boy of Steel! As Superboy, the young Clark Kent protects his hometown of Smallville from threats large, small and downright bizarre--all while trying to keep his secret identity hidden from his boyhood crush Lana Lang! These stories continue in: Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes!
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 and justice as Superman, the Man of Steel!
Swamp Thing (1982-1996)
Before WATCHMEN, Alan Moore made his debut in the U.S. comic book industry with the revitalization of the horror comic book THE SWAMP THING. His deconstruction of the classic monster stretched the creative boundaries of the medium and became one of the most spectacular series in comic book history.
Tales Of The New Teen Titans (1982)
A four-issue limited series focusing on four members of the Teen Titans--Cyborg, Raven, Beast Boy, and Starfire--and their lives before joining the DC Universe's premiere teen team!
Team Titans (1992-1994)
Spinning out of THE NEW TITANS, the Team Titans gain their very own title! Hurdled back through time from the future, the Team Titans struggle to fit into a world they barely recognize.
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.
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!
Wonder Woman (1987-2006)
Master comics storyteller George Perez (NEW TEEN TITANS) revitalized Wonder Woman in the mid-'80s with this stunning new origin for the Amazonian Princess! What terrible event led to the birth of the Amazons, and how will Wonder Woman fare as their agent against the vile Ares? Find out here!
World of Krypton (1979)
The final days of Krypton as told by Superman's father, Jor-El! With his world about to die, the scientist Jor-El of the planet Krypton put his only son, Kal-El, into a tiny spacecraft and sent it blasting on its way mere moments before Krypton exploded. That boy would eventually arrive on the planet Earth, where our world’s yellow sun would react with his Kryptonian physiology to give him remar
World's Finest (1941-1986)
Batman and Robin face off with a witch while Superman battles the Rainmaker!