Occult appears in 754 issues.
Traditionally alchemy is the quest to change 'worthless' base metals into gold via magic or means of chemistry.
An imprint of Archie comics with a horror twist.
Magical creatures bound magically to their masters.
The practice of telling the future with tarot cards, crystal balls, tea leaves, palms readings, or other sources of the paranormal.
Common trope in horror and ghost stories.
Magic is a term utilized to describe a wide variety of supernatural sources of power. Notable users include Zatara, Zatanna, Doctor Strange, and Doctor Fate.
Magick is the Science of understanding oneself and one's conditions. It is the Art of applying that understanding in action. - Aleister Crowley (1875-1947), Magick in Theory and Practice.
A form of magic where one raises or controls the dead.
An event that took place in 1692 where various people in Salem where accused of practicing witchcraft.
An alternative term used for "Superhero" coined by writer and artist Alan Moore. It more generally implies a hero with a Science-Fiction origin within the America's Best Comics Universe.
Paranormal attempt to talk with the dead.
The title held by the dimension's greatest Magic practitioner. From time to time the Sorcerer/Sorceress Supreme will be challenged for the title or the magical objects the title grants him/her.
The ability to summon spirits, demons or other entities to hopefully aid the Summoner.
It is a term created by Carl Jung. Because of its pop-culture presences it is found in some comics, such: as Alan Moore's Swamp Thing, where John Constantine was created as a tribute to Sting. Sting while in the Police wrote a Synchronicity and Synchronicity II.
Living/reanimated corpses such as mummies, skeletons, vampires, and zombies. Not to be confused with resurrection, which is bringing someone back from the dead.
The Voodoo is a religion which originated due to the slave trade. It integrates African, South American and Christian concepts.
In faerie tales, this usually refers to female wielders of magic, often depicted as ugly devourers of children. In real world mass panic, this has historically referred to both male and female wielders of supernatural powers from that religion's notion of ultimate evil. In modern popular culture, the term "witch" has fused with the notion of fairy folk and become the name for a glamorous humanoid species that wields magic as a natural attribute, often found in superhero comics and TV shows.
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