He-Man

He-Man is the change sense of self of Prince Adam and furthermore the twin brother of She-Ra. He-Man and his companions safeguard Eternia and the privileged insights of Castle Grayskull from the malicious powers of Skeletor. Early mini-comics In the outlined minicomics discharged with the first arrangement of toys and drawn by Alfredo Alcala, He-Man […]

Robin

Robin, American funny cartoon character made for DC Comics by essayist Bill Finger and craftsman Bob Kane. Appearing in Detective Comics no. 38 (April 1940), Robin was presented as a lesser wrongdoing battling accomplice for Batman, and he filled in as the layout for later adolescent sidekicks. Robin the Boy Wonder was really Dick Grayson, […]

Watchmen

Watchmen, realistic novel by author Alan Moore and craftsman Dave Gibbons, distributed as a 12-section arrangement by DC Comics from September 1986 to October 1987. The perplexing characters and develop story line were not normal for anything recently found in the superhero type. In 1983 DC obtained the rights to the Action Heroes line, a […]

Black Lightning

Black Lightning is an anecdotal superhero showing up in American comic books distributed by DC Comics. The character, made by essayist Tony Isabella and craftsman Trevor Von Eeden, first showed up in Black Lightning #1 (April 1977), during the Bronze Age of Comic Books.[1] While his beginning story has been retconned a few times, his […]

Superboy

Superboy is the name of a few anecdotal superheroes showing up in American comic books distributed by DC Comics. These characters have been highlighted in five Superboy comic book arrangement, alongside different arrangement, for example, Adventure Comics and different arrangement including adolescent superhero gatherings. Superboy has additionally showed up in different enlivened and live-activity TV […]

Donna Troy

Donna Troy is an anecdotal superheroine showing up in American comic books distributed by DC Comics. She is the first Wonder Girl and later embraces the assumed name Troia. Made by Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani, she previously showed up in The Brave and the Bold vol. 1 (July 1965). Donna has been usually highlighted […]

Katanna

Katana (Tatsu Yamashiro (山城 タツ Yamashiro Tatsu)) is an anecdotal superheroine that shows up in comic books distributed by DC Comics. First showing up in 1983, Katana is a samurai warrior whose aptitude with a sword enables her to battle for equity as a superhero. Her deplorable backstory incorporates the passing of her better half, […]

The Spectre

he Specter is the name given to a few anecdotal antihero characters who have showed up in various comic books distributed by DC Comics. The character initially showed up in More Fun Comics (Feb. 1940). He was made by Jerry Siegel and Bernard Baily, albeit a few sources ascribe maker credit exclusively to Siegel, restricting […]

Cassandra Cain

Batgirl, American comic-strip superhero made for DC Comics by essayist Gardner Fox and craftsman Carmine Infantino. Batgirl first showed up in Detective Comics no. 359 (January 1967). The primary young heroine to join Batman’s more distant family was Betty Kane, niece of the costumed hero Batwoman. As Bat-Girl, be that as it may, she was […]

Plastic Man

Plastic Man was one of the genuine stars of the Quality Comics lineup of superheroes in comics’ Golden Age (1938–1954), on account of the foolish virtuoso of his maker, Jack Cole. Cole had a bright existence, including cycling crosswise over America at 18 years old, before moving to New York in 1935 and committing himselft […]