DC Animated Universe appears in 266 issues.
After losing his hand Aquaman replaces it with a hook\harpoon that he kept improving on.
It is a device Orion uses to travel through space and channel the Astro-Force.
Located in the Gotham City Police Department, the Bat-Signal serves to call Batman when the situation warrants.
The Dark Knight's famed costume. The original version was a nomex survival suit woven with Kevlar and reinforced steel rivets. It has since evolved with numerous different incarnations - each often suited for a specific purpose or mission.
A bat-shaped shuriken or a boomerang, primarily used by Batman and his allies.
The Batmobile is Batman's automobile. It has gone through many incarnations; often it is depicted with rocket engines, mounted weapons, bullet-proof armor and other advanced technologies. It is often considered the fastest automobile in the DC Universe that is not of a supernatural or alien origin.
The Batplane is Batman's primary means of aerial transportation, frequently used when he must travel outside of Gotham City. Sometimes referred to as the Batwing, there have been many incarnations of the Batplane over the years.
A variety of lethal trick boomerangs used by both versions of Captain Boomerang. They include, but are not limited to being explosive, expelling poison gasses and being razor sharp.
Bullwhip used by Catwoman.
Captain Cold's signature weapon. It shoots a wide-beam "Cold Field" that instantly freezes anything in its path to Absolute Zero (-273.15 degrees celcius).
Floyd Lawton's signature pair of silenced, high-velocity wrist rifles. Responsible for countless assassinations all over the DCU.
The Emerald Eye of Ekron was the right eye of Ekron, who now seeks to regain his eye. It is possessed by the Emerald Empress, and is the source of her power.
The Flash Costume Ring contained the costume of the second Flash (Barry Allen), other Flashes have also used the ring to hide their costume.
Mr. Freeze's cryo-gun is able to engulf anything in ice.
The personal power device issued to each Green Lantern and sometimes to other Corps. The power battery serves as a power conduit to the Central Power Battery of each Corps and allows Lanterns to recharge their rings while in the field.
The power ring of a Green Lantern is the source of power and a badge of authority for almost every member of the Green Lantern Corps. It is fueled by willpower.
A high powered flamethrower used by the pyromaniac Flash foe known as Heatwave. It generates enough heat to melt Flash's friction proof boots and can also expel a flame retardant to put out large fires.
The Helmet of Fate is an ancient, and extremely powerful magical object. It was created by the Lord of Order, Nabu, which whoever puts it on gains the powers of Nabu and becomes Doctor Fate, the Sorcerer Supreme.
JLA's air/space transport
When Superman's native planet was destroyed, pieces of it became irradiated by the explosion, the result is Kryptonite. Contact with, or even proximity to Kryptonite can cause injury or death to Kryptonians.
The Lasso of Truth is a weapon wielded by Wonder Woman. Anybody confined by the lasso is compelled to tell the truth.
The Legion Flight Ring is the most common mode of travel used by the Legion of Super-Heroes. It's most common use is flight, but has other uses as well.
A blaster created by Samuel Scudder that has been used by all versions of the character known as Mirror Master. It has a vast amount of illusion and transmutation based abilities.
Object used by Metron to travel through space and time.
Suit worn by Mr. Freeze.
The umbrella The Penguin nearly always carries.
Quantum Juice was created by Dharma and Doctor Nemo. It is the tear gas that was unleashed during the Big Bang and gave many of the Milestone's characters their powers.
Riddler's steel question mark shaped cane has a variety of technological devices and weapons, including: holograms, security bypass and electrical blasts.
Suit worn by the Rocket Reds.
This edit will also create new pages on Comic Vine for:
Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other
Comic Vine users. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll
send you an email once approved.
Use your keyboard!
Log in to comment