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1st Issue Special (1975-1976)
The lizard king Hyssa raids a small Mediterranean village, enslaving and killing dozens of people. One youth named Atlas survives the attack, but his family is not quite so lucky.
Best known for the debut and continued adventures of the world’s first super-team, the Justice Society of America, this series from the Golden Age of comics also showcases the first appearance of Wonder Woman in ALL-STAR COMICS #8.
Amethyst: Princess of Gemworld (1985-1986)
Following the adventures Amy Winston who attempts to resume the ordinary life of a 13-year-old on Earth all the while protecting her friends in the jeweled dimension!
Animal Man (1988-1995)
Buddy Baker is your average family man...who just happens to possess the power to absorb the characteristics of the entire animal kingdom. Award-winning writer Grant Morrison made his DC Comics debut with this existential look at one of DC Comics' classic characters!
Arion, Lord of Atlantis (1982-1985)
Arion's spirit faces conflict in a mystical realm while his body back on Earth, possessed by an evil spirit, battles his friends Lady Chian and Wynnde in "Star Spawn— Sun Death."
Azrael: Agent of the Bat (1995-2003)
The fallen angel of “KnightsEnd,” Azrael, get's his own ongoing series by Denny O'Neal. Haunted by his disgrace and by nightmarish visions of the true Batman, Jean-Paul Valley wanders the streets until unforeseen circumstances unleash Azrael.
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.
Batman Family (1975-1978)
Featuring the members of the Batman family-Batgirl, Robin, and more-in solo and team-up adventures through Gotham City as they take on the Dark Knight's darkest enemies!
Batman/Huntress: Cry For Blood (2000)
Explore the Huntress's origin in gripping detail as this series reveals the shocking and complex history of Gotham City's mobster underworld. What role did her family play in more than a hundred years of Gotham’s criminal history? And can the Question help Helena find redemption?
The Brave and the Bold (1955-1983)
Featuring characters old and new and some of the most bizarre, and oft times inspiring team-ups from across the DC Universe! Batman and the Atom! The Justice League of America! The Teen Titans! They are the heroes of the DC Universe. They are the BRAVE AND THE BOLD!
Captain Atom (1986-1991)
In order to have his treason sentence commuted, Captain Nathaniel Adam takes part in a secret government experiment in 1968…and gets thrust 18 years into the future in "Point Of Origin."
DC Comics Presents (1978-1986)
The Man of Steel teams up with heroes from across the DC Universe and Beyond in this series in the vein of THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD!
Detective Comics (1937-2011)
Bruce Wayne has trained his body beyond the peak human perfection; he's trained his mind to focus on minute details to deter criminal enterprises. As the Batman, he's a symbol of terror, striking at the hearts of criminals and villains across the globe.
Subjected to an ancient Egyptian ritual, a hopeless drifter awakens to a fantastic world where magic exists and gods walk the earth.
Green Lantern (1990-2004)
A new Green Lantern is born when freelance artist Kyle Rayner's awarded the last power ring! Can he possibly fill the gap Hal Jordan's collapse into insanity has left in Sector 2814? Of course he can...but he'll do it with a style all his own!
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!
Orion seeks the truth about his being the son of Darkseid.
The Question (1986-2010)
Vic Sage, a.k.a. The Question, is savagely beaten and shot for investigating the corrupt mayor of Hub City!
Sebastian O (1993)
Following its eponymous protagonist as he hunts the man who condemned him to Bedlam for his moral outrages against Victorian society, this miniseries helped launch Vertigo and the career of the legendary Grant Morrison.
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."
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.
Swamp Thing (1972-1976)
Part man, part plant, the elemental monstrosity fights to protect his home and the environment against terrorists both natural and supernatural. The adventures of Swamp Thing begin here, after his first appearance in the pages of HOUSE OF SECRETS #92!
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.
Teen Titans (1966-1978)
The Teen Titans in their very own series! The sidekicks to the greatest heroes of the DC Universe unite as the Teen Titans--superheroes in their own right out to save the world from threats large and small. Featuring Robin, Kid Flash, Wonder Girl and more!
Vamps: Hollywood and Vein (1996)
The VAMPS are back, this time raising hell in the City of Angels. As Mink attempts to reclaim her budding film career, the rest of the crew discover that Tinseltown holds more than a few skeletons from their past.
Vertigo Voices: Tainted (1994)
George Palmer appears to be a mild-mannered, unassuming man, but beneath the placid exterior seethe violent emotions and disturbing childhood memories. When new tenants move into George's building, he begins to feel old, familiar urges and becomes aware of a nagging scent-a strange, pervasive smell that's making everything in George's world seem…tainted.
Vertigo: Winter's Edge (1997-2000)
HOUSE OF SECRETS' Rain hosts this first-ever VERTIGO holiday anthology, featuring winter tales of some of the line's most popular characters like Desire of the Endless, John Constantine and many more.
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 (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!