According to this link all the dead superheroes are as stated below:
90's Captain Cold
'Smallville' Green Arrow
The 90's Captain Cold is from the 1990's The Flash TV show in which John Wesley Shipp plays the flash.
Smallville was a show on cw which featured mainly ...
One Batman novel put forward the idea that Wayne, through a series of shell corporations, hired a crew of experienced foreign workers and paid them an extravagant amount in advance, arranged to fly them secretly to Gotham while keeping them ignorant of where they were going, set them up to live comfortably in the cave while they fitted it out aside from the ...
Batman does not kill, the cave is mostly natural. Batman clearly has a dedicated group of people who know who he is. Like seriously if you think about it his identity isn't all that secret. He is rich people, rich, he is bound to have friends and know how to get things done secretly.
Even in the Ordway interpretation of Captain Marvel, his superhero form was manifested from Billy's ideal self image, which was that of his own Father. So it can be assumed that Billy would grow up to be the spitting image of his Father.
Kingdom Come (1996) had an adult version of Billy Batson, who upon saying "Shazam" changed into Shazam/Marvel. I see no particular difference in his Shazam look than in the one he typically changes into when Billy's depicted as a kid.
This is very much in line with what "the wizard" said in Shazam! #1 (2013): he didn't make Billy older, he transformed him ...
Superman Adventures is a DC Comics comic book series featuring
Superman. It is different from other Superman titles because it is set
in the continuity (and style) of "Superman: The Animated Series" as
opposed to the regular DC Universe.
He was trying to remove any possibility of Sivana gaining the power of Shazam. The staff was needed to transfer the power, so by breaking it there is no way for him to transfer it anymore.
It might have consequences for passing on the power of Shazam, or it might not. The wizards had to have worked out how to transfer their power themselves so Shazam and ...
Long story short, what we saw in Justice League wasn't Atlantis, and if memory serves, Mera did not introduce herself either? Hence why Arthur would meet her in a more "formal" way in Aquaman.
Longer version is explained by an interview that director James Wan gave to the Huffington Post:
In “Justice League,” we thought Arthur Curry/Aquaman traveled to ...
Batman usually cracks his knuckles to show that he's deadly serious. He does it in other media as well.
Batman The Animated Series Episode 32 - Robin's Reckoning, Part I
JLA #3 - War of the Worlds
Purely for the record, cracking your knuckles helps with joint looseness and may help to prevent injury to your hands during a fight.
Her father is an ex-colonel and in Detective Comics #854, it is stated she is the cousin of Bette "Flamebird" Kane. ... Detective Comics #854 would introduce Alice, a new villain for Kate who is also revealed to be her twin sister, Elizabeth Kane. From 2010, the character began appearing in the self-titled series Batwoman.
P.S. I undertstand it now. Just read this one. https://arrow.fandom.com/wiki/Time_travel#Dangers_of_speedster_time_travel
It is even more complicated with speedsters.
This is rather complicated. But simply saying is that they are not "real". They are just time decorations, because the same person should trevel to the same time only once to avoid time ...
I'll have to find it, so someone please remind me, but there is a scripted essay by Elliot S. Maggin, I believe.
Martha Kent is dying, and relating her memories, half asleep and barely aware that Clark is by her bedside. She tells how Clark, even as a child, was unusually in tune with his surroundings, somehow understanding that things were way weaker ...
To be fair, in the mid 2000s Superman/Batman comic, there was an alternative reality where they were raised as adopted brothers.
This was issue #17, basically a "forced changed timeline" situation, where 3 criminals from the 3000th century: Lightning Lord, Cosmic King, and Saturn Queen (essentially evil siblings of the Legion of Superheroes trinity ...
The first Marvel pendant to Green lantern was Doctor Spectrum.
Doctor Spectrum was originally introduced in 1969 a member of the Squadron Sinister, an evil pastiche of Justice League, where he was the stand-in for Green Lantern. Later, in 1971, Marvel invented a parallel Earth reminescent of the DC Universe, with a good version of the Squadron, now called ...
Freedom Ring (real name Curtis Doyle) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character was created by writer Robert Kirkman. Curtis first appeared in Marvel Team-Up vol. 3 #20 (July 2006), becoming Freedom Ring in the next issue. He appeared across the series' storyline "Freedom Ring" for ...
A few characters named Quasar wear the Quantum Bands, a piece of superscience jewelry that lets one create light constructs through its control of electro-magnetic radiation, although said constructs can be completely invisible. These bands have been gifted by Eon to multiple heroes. The manifestation of these light constructs often seems to consist of ...