Oz appears in 349 issues.
Normal real world animals attacking people, aliens, robots, etc; animal attacks include attacks from animals such as wolves, snakes, bears, sharks, dogs, whales, etc. The attacks mostly but not always severely injure or kill the one being attacked.
An Anthropomorphic Comic is one in which one or more non-human characters display distinctly human characteristics.
When comic book characters celebrate their birthday.
Not even superheroes are immune to the festive period.
Comic book versions of classic and popular media.
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.
Move rhythmically to music, typically following a set sequence of steps.
The term demon has a myriad of uses in fiction mainly due to its emotive traditional meaning. Demons are often characterized as devious and/or brutal beings.
A prominent trope among several forms of media including comic books. The Doppelganger denotes a villain who is nearly identical to the hero in many ways, including background, personality and powers, but uses his abilities for evil rather than good. In some cases, this is used to show the reader what the hero could have become. In others, the Doppelganger serves as a thematic foil for the hero.
Fantasy is a comic book genre often taking place in fairy tale realms.
The theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes.
A look at the other side of the street.
Hundreds of feet tall, these creatures have been both terrorizing and helping people for decades.
The world of Grimm Fairy Tales is divided into a number of different worlds, with Earth at the center
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.
Comic book adaptations of classic literature produced by Marvel Comics.
The event or realization that changed a characters life forever and made them into the person they are today.
Comics are not exempt from politics. Explicity or implicity politics permeates the ninth art, whether fictious or with great reality content.
Today there are a wealth of Golden and Silver Age comic book characters who have fallen into Public Domain. This is a list of such characters.
A mechanical construct capable of performing tasks by itself.
Apes, chimpanzees, orangutans... if it's a primate that isn't a human, it's a simian. Oddly, different forms of simians are a popular theme in comic books.
Sometimes comic book characters will sing a song.
Practicion in which humans are treated as property.
A sub-genre of science fiction that melds science fiction and fantasy. Mostly deals with alternate worlds, where steam technology meets futuristic technologies.
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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