Battle Ranker Competition Match-Up #12

BATTLE RANKER The Competition We Rank Your Favorite Superhero... Or Villain We rank your favorite superheroes or villains in the Battle Ranker. Vote on our Twitter poll to determine your favorite superhero's or villain's Battle Rank! Round 1: Match-Up #12 in the Battle Ranker Competition is Martian Manhunter (J'onn J'onnz) vs Hyperion (Marcus Milton) from … Continue reading Battle Ranker Competition Match-Up #12

Feat: Batman, ‘JLA Annual’ #3

BATMAN (BRUCE WAYNE)NEW EARTH In 'JLA Annual' (1997) #3, titled "JLApe (Part I of VIII) - Gorilla Warfare", Batman performs an intelligence feat. Gorilla Grodd subconsciously manipulates the Gorilla City militia into detonating a gorillabomb that turns the Justice League into apes. At the Watchtower, Batman with the aid of Martian Manhunter, reverse engineer the … Continue reading Feat: Batman, ‘JLA Annual’ #3

Feat: Aquaman, ‘JLA’ #118

AQUAMAN (ARTHUR CURRY)NEW EARTH In 'JLA' (2006) #118, titled "Crisis of Conscience: Part Four", Aquaman performs a super strength feat. Despero has restored the Secret Society of Super Villains' memory of the Justice League of America's secret identities. With the Justice League of America occupied, Aquaman and Martian Manhunter take on Despero. During the fight, … Continue reading Feat: Aquaman, ‘JLA’ #118

DC Day: In ‘Tower Of Babel’, Ra’s Al Ghul Uses Batman’s Mad Science To Take Out The Justice League Of America

Please scroll down for information about our Panda Nation Fundraiser. DC DAY In 'JLA' (2000) #44, Talia Al Ghul uses a synthetic red Kryptonite whose formula was stolen from Batman's contingency plans to cripple Superman. Photo/DC Comics IN DC UNIVERSE WHO STOLE BRUCE WAYNE'S PARENTS' COFFINS? In 'JLA' #43, Batman discovers the effects of mad … Continue reading DC Day: In ‘Tower Of Babel’, Ra’s Al Ghul Uses Batman’s Mad Science To Take Out The Justice League Of America

Super Power: Super-Strength

What super power do you want? Today, we take a look at super strength. In DC comics, there what is called the "superhero brick type", an assortment of Superman-type characters that have various powers such as super strength, super speed, flight, invulnerability, and energy projection. These characters include Superman, Captain Marvel/Shazam, and Martian Manhunter, as … Continue reading Super Power: Super-Strength