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For questions about all DC Comics' properties or the company as a whole, including decisions made by the studio regarding those properties. Only use with tag [comics] if limiting answers to comics, not movies or other works. When asking questions about the film universe, Arrowverse, or animated universe use the relevant tags, i.e., [dcau], [dceu] or [arrowverse].

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This question is in regards to how the Lazarus Pit works. During an '80s Batman storyline, Batman turns Ra's al Ghul into ash and ejects him into space. Then, he later turns up, completely fine. If yo …
asked Nov 5 '16 by Donatello Swansino
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The real answer is Junior Juniper, of Sgt. Fury and the Howling Commandos. He is oft-considered the first major comic book hero to die. Look it up.
answered Aug 13 '16 by Donatello Swansino
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is Earth-199999, making it an actual universe within the Marvel multiverse. However, what earth do the various DC animated shows take place on. The shows I am referring …
asked Nov 24 '16 by Donatello Swansino
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In the TV series Supergirl, it is revealed that Now, is there anything legal about that? Don't you have to be born in the United States, or at least be born a U.S. citizen, to be president? Did th …
asked Sep 27 '17 by Donatello Swansino
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In the DC universe, the character of the Atom (at least in his later instances) has the ability to shrink and grow, similar to Marvel's Ant-Man. In the MCU film Ant-Man, the titular character shrinks …
asked Apr 28 '18 by Donatello Swansino
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In the 2017 film Justice League, the audience sees a flashback detailing how the races of the world banded together to defeat Steppenwolf of Apokolips. Amazons, Atlanteans, Gods, and even a Green Lant …
asked Mar 16 '18 by Donatello Swansino
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In the season three premiere of Black Lightning, the audience is introduced to the character of Jamillah Olsen, a journalist investigating the goings-on of Freeland. I may be grasping at straws here, …
asked Oct 9 '19 by Donatello Swansino
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I read The Dark Knight Strikes Again recently. I remember being confused as to why these so-called "Superchix" continued to appear. Are they supposed to tie in to the larger story of heroes and govern …
asked Jul 4 '17 by Donatello Swansino
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In the Justice League movie marketing, the phrase "Unite the Seven" came up frequently. However, as I count the members that have been confirmed to be appearing, only six come up: Batman, Wonder Woman …
asked Nov 26 '16 by Donatello Swansino
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In the CW superhero show Black Lightning, the main gang that has power over the city the titular character lives in is called the 100 Gang. Is that an existing comic book organization? Is it at least …
asked Jan 27 '18 by Donatello Swansino
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In the DCEU, Batman (as played by Ben Affleck) has a widow's peak, which for those who don't know, is a type of hair: Affleck does not have a widow's peak in real life. Why does Bruce Wayne have on …
asked Jun 17 '18 by Donatello Swansino
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With the creation of Amalgam Comics came the creation of the most '90s character to ever exist in the form of Dark Claw. He is a combination of Batman and Wolverine, and really, a poor combination at …
asked Feb 8 '18 by Donatello Swansino
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In The Flash, there is a musical episode that serves as a crossover with Supergirl and a way to further the romance of the characters of the Flash and Iris West. I thought that the Music Meister was q …
asked Jun 6 '17 by Donatello Swansino
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The Arrowverse's "Elseworlds" crossover begins on Earth-90, the Earth that features the Flash from the '90s television show The Flash as a hero. A multitude of heroes appear to be dead, killed by the …
asked Dec 17 '18 by Donatello Swansino