Bronze Age of Comics appears in 4688 issues.
Home to the Abyssians. Where Looker gained her powers.
The old house which has been shown in many different medias.
The house of Agatha Harkness, which is on Whisper Lane.
Alstair is a planet in the Antares solar system. In modern times, it's queen is Hyathis, a sometime adversary of the Justice League, Hawkgirl, Hawkman, and of Alanna and Alan Strange. In the past, the planet's first queen, Calleen, was one of the Universe's first seven Green Lanterns. Calleen was put into stasis and revived recently.
The closest spiral galaxy to the Milky Way at 2.5 million light years from Earth.
The hellish planet of Apokolips is ruled by the god Darkseid, with most of the population enslaved to his will. From this base, Darkseid builds cosmic weapons and armies to wage war with New Genesis.
The Aquacave was the official home base of Aquaman and Aqualad.
Arbra is a planet that appeared in Marvel's Star Wars series. It is the home planet of the Hoojibs.
A region of the world which includes the Arctic Ocean and parts of Greenland, Canada, Alaska, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Norway and Iceland.
Remnants of Krypton and home of Kara Zor-El, Zor-El and Alura.
Arkham Asylum for the Criminally Insane is a fictional prison that is located in Gotham City. It is where most of Batman's enemies are imprisoned for treatment.
Slum of Apokolips and home of the Hunger Dogs.
One of the five oceans on the Earth's surface.
Atlantis was a myth described by Plato as an advanced society that sank into the sea. Many comics use it as a source of technology, magic, or advanced beings, either in the ancient past or undersea.
The only continent occupied by a single country. It's also the sixth largest country by area.
A city-state in another dimension. Home of the Teen Titan known as Raven.
The base of operations for the new Dark Knight. It is located at the bottom of Wayne Tower.
The Batcave is the secret headquarters for Batman, located in a cavernous cave system beneath Wayne Manor.
Ben (Obi-Wan) Kenobi's home.
Home to Baron-Adminstrator Lando Calrissian, Cloud City where Han Solo was placed in carbonite and where Tibanna gas is mined.
Bismoll is the home planet of Matter Eater Lad, a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes, Schlagg-Man, a deceased member of the Sinestro Corps, and Calorie Queen, a rejected Legion applicant.
A world where everything is different, and opposite of the way things are on Earth.
Blakchawk Island was home to the Blackhawk Squadron In World War II.
Blue Valley, Nebraska, is the hometown of Wally West, Kid Flash I and Flash III.
Homeworld of several Legion of Super-Heroes members with magnetic powers. Braal has a strong magnetic field that let its inhabitants evolve their powers of magnetism.
The school Ronald Raymond attended and graduated from in his early comic appearances.
A world that Green Lantern was sent to on a mission for the Guardians of the Universe.
A city in Florida location where the John F. Kennedy Space Center is close by.
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