Synonyms for dc_comics_superhero or Related words with dc_comics_superhero

marvel_comics_superhero              dc_comics_supervillain              marvel_comics_supervillain              superhero              fictional_superheroine              crimson_avenger              dc_comics_superheroine              fictional_supervillain              metamorpho              hawkman              mister_terrific              amalgam_comics              robin_dick_grayson              supervillain              dc_comics              green_lantern_hal_jordan              bat_lash              solomon_grundy              martian_manhunter              supergirl_kara_zor_el              manhunter              teen_titans_spotlight              marvel_comics              starman              green_lantern              dcau              supervillainess              hawkwoman              hourman              toyman              ultraforce              thunderstrike              flamebird              superman_batman_wonder_woman              cyborg_superman              onn_onzz              marvel_mangaverse              wildstorm_universe              dc_elseworlds              wana_beast              star_spangled_kid              congorilla              kamandi              dcu_guide              newsboy_legion              bulleteer              snapper_carr              sub_mariner              robotman              jakeem_thunder             



Examples of "dc_comics_superhero"
Guardian (James Jacob "Jim" Harper) is a DC Comics superhero.
Young Justice is a fictional DC Comics superhero team.
The Batcopter is the fictional personal helicopter of the DC Comics superhero Batman.
Max Mercury is a DC Comics superhero based on Quality Comics' Quicksilver.
OMAC (Michael Costner) is a DC Comics superhero. He was introduced in "OMAC" #1 (July 2006).
Prestor Jon is a DC Comics superhero, and brother to Carrie 'Redwing' Levine.
Young Justice is a fictional DC Comics superhero team consisting of teenaged heroes.
A list of friends, allies and associates of the DC Comics superhero Static.
Clark Kent is the secret alter-ego of DC Comics superhero Superman.
The DC Comics superhero Steel's civilian name, "John Henry Irons," is inspired by John Henry.
Elseworlds is DC Comics' superhero alternative history and non-canon imprint.
Thunderlord is a fictional DC Comics superhero, a Buddhist monk who has vocal manipulation powers.
He is a parody of the DC Comics superhero Red Tornado.
The many incarnations of the DC Comics superhero Green Lantern have appeared in numerous media over the years.
The Batboat, Batstrike, or Batsub is the fictional personal aqua-dynamic hydrofoil/submersible watercraft of the DC Comics superhero Batman.
Bushido is a fictional character, a DC Comics superhero who was a short-lived member of the Teen Titans.
The Conglomerate is a fictional DC Comics superhero team. They first appeared in "Justice League Quarterly" #1 (Winter 1990).
The Justice Legion Alpha is a DC Comics superhero team, who exist in the far future of the DC Universe.
The character is the Squadron's counterpart of the Martian Manhunter, a member of DC Comics' superhero team the Justice League.
Kent Shakespeare was the first DC Comics superhero known as Impulse, he debuted in "Legion of Super-Heroes" vol. 4 #12 (October 1990). Bart Allen is the second DC Comics superhero known as Impulse, he debuted in "Flash" vol. 2 #92 (June 1994). Iris West is the third superhero known as Impulse, she debuted in "Flash" vol.2 #225 (October 2005)