New York City appears in 19622 issues.
Wizard Magazine's 100 Best Single Issue Comics between the years 1979-2005.
The terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 in New York City, Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania.
Dynamite Entertainment’s version of DC’s Elseworlds and Marvel’s What If!'s in one shot form.
The type of football where you don't use a ball or your feet.
The war between the Americans and the British for the New World or what today is called the United States of America.
Anti-Heroes are characters who perform heroic deeds while often indulging in activities that are considered illegal. Most anti-heroes tend to use methods that are frowned upon by society. Unlike most heroes, many of them do not hesitate killing criminals.
Commonly known as football or soccer.
An annual holiday in the Marvel Universe which celebrates the founding of the Avengers. It is held on the anniversary of the team being brought together.
Sports played between two teams of nine players.
Sport played by two teams of five players. The objective is to throw a ball through a hoop.
Black Comedy is found throughout many forms of fiction and comics have featured plenty of Black Comedy from different writers. A lot of the black comedy in comics tends to be found in mature comics.
Fighting, but with rules.
The Bronze Age of comic books was set roughly between 1970 - 1985.
Strategic board game.
Not even superheroes are immune to the festive period.
The act of wearing clothes commonly associated with the opposite gender.
A crossover is when two universes collide and characters from two distinct universes interact.
Cyberpunk is a science fiction sub-genre that focuses on internet computing, hacking, human cybernetic enhancements, and disrupted societies led by ruthless mega-corporations. "Neuromancer" by William Gibson, is widely credited for popularizing cyberpunk.
Cybernetic organisms or "cyborgs" are a concept seen in various comics where a sentient being is given mechanical enhancements to his body for a variety of purposes.
With so many characters relying on their superpowers, what would happen if they lost them? Several stories have dealt with characters temporarily or permanently loosing their powers.
A Detective is a type of character that solves crimes and mysteries using their mind by examining evidence and clues. They can be a member of law enforcement or freelance.
Five week event consisting of five What If? style one shots.
The future is a fertile ground for stories, but some of those invariably show where might have gone wrong (or are going wrong) as a civilization and species.
Earth-33, AKA Earth-Prime. The real world where all superheroes are fictional and exist only in comic books. Your world. The world of Ultra Comics, Ultraa, and Superboy Prime.
In the DC multiverse, earth-8 (or Angor) is the home reality of the Extremists, the Retaliators and other analogues of Marvel comics characters.
Universe from DC Comics focusing on Pulp and Noir stories.
A literary term often utilized in theater to describe the imaginary barrier between the actors and audience, separating real world and fantasy. Breaking the fourth wall is observed sometimes in literature, where a character directly addresses the reader.
A look at the other side of the street.
Altering a person (as an example) on a purely genetic level.
Ghosts are souls/spirits of the deceased who appear in the land of the living.
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