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Asked in Movies
What are the release dates for Straightman - 1999?
Asked in Comics, Marvel Comics
What are comics?
a comic most of the times is a short little story which u can find in newspapers som comic company and writers are marvel,the grim brothers and much more there are also graphic novels which are realy good kinds of comics,the japanease comics are called manga the American comics are called American comics (very boring name) the European comics are called franco belgian comics and they are many more comics a comic is also very thin most of the times and they are normally about things like batman and spider man and stuff like that
Asked in Marvel Comics
Why is marvel called marvel?
Asked in Music
What is the drum sound made at the end of a comics joke called?
Asked in Washington, D.C.
What doe DC stand for in DC comics?
It stands for "Detective Comics", which was the original name, but later fans started to simply call it "DC"! Your welcome :) Oh and to add on it is officially DC Comics; it's no longer Detective Comics. Not long after they come out, readers called them DC Comics for short so often that they adopted the name officially. This is not to be confused with Diamond Comics Distributors, whose initials are DCD because DC Comics has copyrighted "DC".
Asked in Marvel Comics
What is a list of girl superheroes?
Alice (Resident Evil series) Amber (Eclipse Comics) American Dream (Marvel Comics-MC2) Andromeda (DC Comics) Andromeda (Marvel Comics) Angela (Image Comics) Argent (DC Comics) Atom Eve (Image) Atomic Betty (television series title character) Aurora (Marvel Comics) B.Orchid (Killer Instinct) Barb Wire (Dark Horse comics) Barbarella (V-Magazine) Beautiful Dreamer (DC Comics) Bella Donna (Marvel Comics) Binary (Marvel Comics) Black Canary (DC Comics) Black Cat (Harvey Comics) Black Cat (Marvel Comics) Black Cherry X ( 2000 AD) Black Orchid (DC Comics) Black, Vera (aka Sister Superior) (DC Comics) Black Widow (Marvel Comics) Black Widow (Timely Comics) Blink (Marvel Comics) Blue Ranger (Power Rangers) Boom Boom (Marvel Comics) Bounty (Marvel) Blitzkrieg (Antarctic Press) Brandy (Image Comics) Buff (Marvel Comics) Bumblebee (DC Comics) Burnout (Eclipse Comics) Callisto (Marvel Comics) Captain Marvel (Marvel Comics) Captain UK (Marvel Comics) Captain Universe (Marvel Comics) The Cat (Marvel Comics) Cat Claw (Malibu comics) Celsius (DC Comics) Cerise (Marvel Comics) Circuit Breaker (Transformers) Chance (Marvel Comics) Chase (DC Comics) Abbey Chase (see Danger Girl) Cherry Cinnamon (DC Comics) Clea (Marvel Comics) Cobweb (America's Best Comics) Colt (AC Comics) Comet Queen (DC Comics, Legion of Super-Heroes} Copycat (Marvel Comics) Crimson Avenger III (DC Comics) Crimson Curse (Marvel Comics-MC2) Crimson Fox (DC Comics) Lara Croft (Tomb Raider) Crystal (Marvel Comics) Cutey Honey (title character) Cyclone (DC Comics) (DC Comics) Dagger (Marvel Comics) Dart (DC Comics) Dawn (Sirius Comics) Dazzler (Marvel Comics) Dead Girl (Marvel Comics) Karolina Dean (Marvel Comics) Deep Blue (DC Comics) Destiny (Marvel Comics) Devi (Virgin Comics) Diamond (Blink Comics) Diamondback (Marvel Comics) Diamond Lil (Marvel Comics) Brittany Diggers (Antarctic) Doctor Light (DC Comics) Doll Girl (DC Comics) Dolphin (DC Comics) Domino (Marvel Comics) Domino Lady (Pulps) Dove as Dawn Granger (DC Comics) Dragonfly (AC Comics) Dream Girl (DC Comics) Dumb Bunny (DC Comics) Dusk (Marvel Comics) Dust (Marvel Comics) Dynamite Girl (Antarctic Press) Echo (Marvel Comics) Empress (DC) Energizer (from Power Pack) (Marvel) Enigma (M6kid) Faith (DC Comics) Fallen Angel (DC Comics) Fathom (Aspen Comics) Feral (Marvel) Fever (DC Comics) Fire (DC Comics) Firebrand (DC Comics) Flash (Just Imagine...) (DC Comics) Flash (Tangent) (DC Comics) Tara Fremont (AC comics) Free Spirit (Marvel Comics) Adrienne Frost (Marvel Comics) Emma Frost (Marvel Comics) Fury I (DC Comics) Fury II (DC Comics) Dorothy Gale (Wizard of Oz} Ganymede (Marvel Comics) Ghost (Dark Horse Comics) Glitter (Marvel - New Universe) Glory (various) Gloss (DC Comics) Godiva (DC Comics) Grace (DC Comics) Jean Grey (Marvel Comics) Max Guevara (from live-action TV show Dark Angel) Gypsy (DC Comics) Halo (DC Comics) Harbinger (DC Comics) Hawk as Holly Granger and Sasha Martens (DC Comics) Molly Hayes (Marvel Comics) Hellcat (Marvel Comics) Heather Hudson, formerly Sasquatch, Exiles member (Marvel Comics) Huntress (DC Comics) Husk (Marvel Comics) Ice (DC Comics) Insect Queen (DC Comics) Indigo (DC Comics) Invisible Scarlet O'Neil (Newspaper Strip) Invisible Woman (Marvel Comics) Natasha Irons (DC Comics) Isis (DC Comics) Jack Phantom (America's Best Comics) Jade (DC) Jaguar (Archie Comics and then Impact Comics) Jet (DC Comics) Jocasta (Marvel Comics) Jolt (Marvel Comics) Rhea Jones (aka Lodestone) (DC Comics) Joystick (Marvel Comics) Jubilee (Marvel Comics) Jungle Girl (various) Jennifer Kale (Marvel Comics) Bette Kane (DC Comics) Nova Kane (First) Karma (Marvel Comics) Laurel Kent (DC Comics) Kid Quantum III (DC Comics) Kismet (Marvel Comics) Misty Knight (Marvel Comics) Knockout (DC Comics) Kris aka "Golden Guardsman" (Innovation) Kristin (Comics Interview) Lady Luck The Spirit Section Juniper Lee (The Life and Times of Juniper Lee) Liberty Belle Lightning Lass (a.k.a. Light Lass, Gossamer, Spark) (DC Comics) Lime Little Mermaid (DC Comics) Looker (DC Comics) Loria (see Blood Pack (comics) version) (DC Comics) M (Marvel Comics) Madame .44 (DC Comics) Madame Xanadu (DC Comics) Madame Mirage (Top Cow Productions) The Magdalena (Top Cow Productions) Magdalene (Marvel Comics) Magma (Marvel Comics) Maiden Justice Marrow (Marvel Comics) Marvel Girl (Marvel Comics) Mary Marvel a.k.a. Captain Marvel (DC Comics) Mindy (Marvel Comics) Aspen Matthews (Aspen Comics) Maya (DC Comics) Medusa (Marvel Comics) The Menagerie (DC Comics) Merry, Girl of 1000 Gimmicks (DC Comics) Mirage (DC Comics) Miss America (DC Comics) Miss America (Marvel Comics) Miss Fury Ms. Victory (AC comics) Mockingbird (Marvel Comics) Moonstone (Marvel Comics) Motormouth (Marvel Comics) Ms. Liberty (Antarctic Press) Ms. Mystic (originally Pacific Comics, then Continuity Comics) Mystique (Marvel Comics) Negative Woman (DC Comics) Nemesis II (DC Comics) Nemesis (Marvel Comics) Neon Queen (Mystery Inc. member) (Image Comics) Night Girl (DC Comics) Nightshade (DC Comics) Nikki (Marvel Comics) Niobe Nocturne (Marvel Comics) Onyx (DC Comics) Oracle (DC Comics) Oracle (The Matrix) Penance (Marvel Comics) Phantom Girl a.k.a. Apparition (DC Comics) Phantom Lady Phoenix (Marvel Comics) Photon (Marvel Comics) Pink Ranger (Power Rangers) Pixie (Marvel Comics) Polaris (as Overdrive) (Marvel Comics) Kim Possible (from the self-titled cartoon series) Power Girl (DC Comics) Power Princess (Marvel Comics) Princess Daisy (Mario) Princess Peach (Mario) Princess Zelda (Legend of Zelda) Queen of Swords Jesse Quick (DC Comics) Cecilia Reyes (Marvel Comics) Rad (AC comics) Rainbow (Eclipse Comics) Rampage (DC Comics) Raptor (Marvel Comics-MC2) Rapture (Transformers) Raven (DC Comics) Red Guardian (Marvel Comics) Red Sonja (Marvel Comics) Ellen Ripley (Alien series) Robin as Stephanie Brown or Carrie Kelly. Rogue (Marvel Comics) Rose and Thorn II (DC Comics) Willow Rosenberg (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) Sabra (Marvel Comics) Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (Archie Comics) Sage (Marvel Comics) Saturn Girl (DC Comics) Scarlet Witch (Marvel Comics) Scorpion Secret (DC Comics) Selene (Underworld) Shadow Lass a.k.a. Umbra (DC Comics) Shadow Hunter (Virgin Comics) Shanna the She Devil (Marvel Comics) Shamrock (Marvel Comics) She-Hulk (Marvel Comics) She-Ra [She-Ra: Princess of Power] She-Thing (Marvel Comics) She-Venom (Marvel Comics) Sheena (Wags) Shrinking Violet (DC Comics) Silhouette (Marvel Comics) Silver Sable (Marvel Comics) Silver Scorpion Skids (Marvel Comics) Silver Fox (Marvel Comics) Snowbird (Marvel Comics) Speedy II (DC Comics) Spider Girl (DC Comics) Spider-Girl (Marvel Comics-MC2) Spider-Woman (Marvel Comics) Dorothy Spinner (DC Comics) Spitfire (Marvel Comics) Spoiler (DC Comics) Spellbinder (Harmony Concepts) Squirrel Girl (Marvel Comics) Stacy X (Marvel Comics) Stardust (AC comics) Star-Spangled Kid (DC Comics) Stature (Marvel Comics) Stinger(Cassandra Lang) (Marvel Comics-MC2) Storm (Marvel Comics) Stunner (Marvel Comics) Buffy Summers (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) Rachel Summers (Marvel Comics) Sun Girl (Marvel Comics) Superwoman (DC Comics) Surge (Marvel) Sydney Savage (see Danger Girl) Tank Girl (published by Dark Horse Comics) Tara (Marvel Comics) Terra (DC Comics, Teen Titans) Thor Girl (Marvel Comics) Thunder III (DC Comics) Topaz (Marvel Comics) Traci 13 (DC Comics) Triplicate Girl a.k.a. Duo Damsel, Triad (DC Comics) Donna Troy (DC Comics) Tsunami (DC Comics) Turbo (Marvel Comics) Valkyrie (Marvel Comics) Venus (Marvel Comics) Vindicator (Marvel Comics) Virtuous Venus (Harmony Concepts) Vixen (DC Comics) Vogue (various) Wallflower (Marvel Comics) The Wasp (Marvel Comics) The White Witch (DC Comics) Wild Thing (Marvel Comics-MC2) Wind Dancer (Marvel Comics) Colleen Wing (Marvel Comics) The Woman in Red (Standard Comics) Wonder Girl (DC Comics) Wonder Tot (DC Comics) Wonder Woman (DC Comics) Wonder Woman (Just Imagine...) (DC Comics) Word Girl (Television series title character) X-23 (Marvel Comics) Xena - Xena: Warrior Princess XS (DC Comics) Yellow Ranger (Power Rangers)
Asked in X-Men, Cyclops (X-Men)
Where can you read x men comics for free?
Asked in DC Comics
When was DC comics established?
It was founded in 1934 as National Allied Comics.As early as 1940, they started using the name "Superman-DC" (After their two most successful books, Superman and Detective Comics, which was where Batman was first introduced in #27), with their earliest version of the DC Comics logo being found at the time. They were called DC Comics from then on by readers, even though, officially, they were still called "Superman-DC". It was until 1977 that the company OFFICIALLY adopted the name DC Comics.
Asked in Spider-Man, X-Men, Wolverine (X-Men)
Where you can read free comics online but in a Place that isn't Marvel Digital comics or HTML comics?
Asked in Movies, TV Programming and Commercials, Batman
How did Batman get his name?
His outfit.When Bob Kane first began writing the Batman comics, he was writing for Amalgam Comics, which was a short lived under comic book company for both DC and Marvel comics. At that time he was only called referred to as "The Bat-Man" and still referred to at times as "The Batman". The character first appeared in Detective Comics #27 (May 1939), and since then has appeared primarily in publications by DC Comics. While in Amalgam Comics, he was an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Asked in Comics
Are the comics only for fun?
Comics like "Batman" aren't really "fun". They are really serious and entertaining, and I am glad that comics were invented. Many comics published by DC aren't fun, but Marvel's comics are usually just for fun comics. Series like "Iron Man", "Spider-Man" and "Deadpool" usually is joking alot. Serious Comics: DC Comics Fun Comics: Marvel