List of DC Comics characters

Prisoner #234026 is the original Killer Moth; his real name is unknown.2-D Man is a villain in the Batman Beyond animated series. His powers are elasticity and the ability to be two-dimensional, ...
Batman (1989 film) - Batman Trailer (1989)
A trailer I created for the first Batman, directed by Tim Burton. The official trailer was good, but IMO, it showed too much. It has some good bits, though, ...
Kismet (DC Comics)
Kismet ([Urdu] (قسمت)) is a fictional character, a cosmic entity published by DC Comics. Created by Jerry Ordway and Tom Grummett, the character first appeared in Adventures of Superman #494 (Septembe...
Zook (comics)
Zook is a fictional character that appeared in comic books published by National Periodical Publications (now known as DC Comics) in the 1960s. He was the partner of the superhero J'onn J'onzz, the Ma...
Molly O'Reilly
Molly O'Reilly is a fictional character created for the Vertigo comic-book series The Books of Magic by writer John Ney Rieber and artist Peter Gross. Although she was written out of the main series, ...
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Winky, Blinky, and Noddy
Winky, Blinky, and Noddy are a trio of fictional comic book characters, created by writer Gardner Fox and artist E.E. Hibbard, who first appeared in books starring the Flash. Their names were taken fr...
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Scorn (DC Comics)
Scorn is a fictional character in the DC comics universe. He first appeared in Superman (vol. 2) #122 (April 1997), and for a time was a regular supporting character in the Superman line of comics.
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Dabney Donovan
Dabney Donovan is a fictional character from the DC Comics Universe. He is primarily a Superboy and Superman villain.
First appearing in Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #142, Donovan was the eccentric...
Gilda Dent
Gilda Dent (née Gold), occasionally referred to as Grace instead of Gilda, is a fictional character who has appeared in Batman comic books since Detective Comics #66 (August 1942). Associated with he...
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Silver St. Cloud
Silver St. Cloud is a fictional character who appears in Batman comics set in the DC Comics Universe. She is a recurring love interest of Batman/Bruce Wayne, debuting in Detective Comics #470, written...
Talia al Ghul
Talia al Ghul (Arabic: تاليا الغول‎) is a fictional character, a supervillain in the DC Comics universe. She is the daughter of the supervillain Ra's al Ghul, the half-sister of Nyssa Raatko...
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General Zod
General Zod (full name Dru-Zod) is a fictional character, a supervillain who appears in comic books published by DC Comics, and is one of Superman's more prominent enemies. The character, who first ap...
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Zirral
Zirral is a fictional female DC Comics character created by Todd Klein and Shawn McManus.
Zirral was a freedom fighter from the planet Tamaran, and a member of the Omega Men. Her first appearance ...
Phantom Stranger
The Phantom Stranger is a fictional character, of unspecified paranormal origins, who battles mysterious and occult forces in various titles published by DC Comics, sometimes under their Vertigo impri...
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Meloni Thawne
Meloni Thawne-Allen is a fictional character in the DC Comics Universe, and the mother of the superhero Impulse. She first appeared in Impulse #23 (March 1997). She was created by writer Mark Waid and...
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Mademoiselle Marie
Mademoiselle Marie (often shortened to Mlle. Marie) is the name of two fictional characters appearing in comic books published by DC Comics. She first appeared in Star Spangled War Stories #84 (August...
Quarmer
Quarmer, a.k.a. Sand Superman, is a fictional character from DC Comics, created by Denny O'Neil and Curt Swan. He was a living sand doppelganger of Superman and first appeared in Superman (Vol. 1) # 2...
Aurakles
Aurakles is a fictional character, a superhero published by DC Comics. He first appeared in Justice League of America vol. 1 #100 (August 1972), and was created by Len Wein and Dick Dillin.
Aurakl...
Snapper Carr
Lucas "Snapper" Carr is a fictional comic book character appearing in books published by DC Comics, usually as a supporting character to the superhero team the Justice League of America. He has often...
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Lady Cop
The Lady Cop is a fictional police officer, a comic book character published by DC Comics. She debuted in 1st Issue Special #4, (July 1975), and was created by Robert Kanigher and John Rosenberger.
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Parliament of Trees
The Parliament of Trees is a fictional group of Plant Elementals appearing in books published by DC Comics, sometimes under its Vertigo imprint, which function as supporting characters to Swamp Thing....
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Antaeus (comics)
Antaeus is the name of two fictional characters from DC Comics.
This Antaeus was seen as a member of Maxie Zeus's New Olympians. His origin has never been revealed, but he has super-human strengt...
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Iris West Allen
Iris West Allen is a fictional character who appears in various DC Comics publications. She is a one-time wife of the second Flash (before Flashpoint), Barry Allen, the aunt of the third Flash, Wally ...
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Orana (DC comics)
Orana is a fictional character owned by DC Comics. Orana was a red-haired Amazon who challenged and defeated Princess Diana for the title of Wonder Woman in WW issue #250 (December 1978). Orana adopte...
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Donna Troy
Donna Troy is a comic book superheroine published by DC Comics. She first appeared in The Brave and the Bold vol. 1 #60 (July 1965), and was created by Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani. She has been known...
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R. J. Brande
Rene Jacques "R. J." Brande is a fictional DC Comics character in the 30th and 31st centuries with the Legion of Super-Heroes.
Originally a Durlan (shapeshifting alien) named Ren Daggle, Brande wa...
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Steve Lombard
Steve Lombard is a fictional DC Comics character appearing in Superman comics. He first appeared in Superman #264 (June 1973) in a story written by Cary Bates and penciled by Curt Swan.
In Pre-Cr...
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