The Woodland appears in 204 issues.
An Anthropomorphic Comic is one in which one or more non-human characters display distinctly human characteristics.
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.
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.
Fable holiday where they remember leaving the Homelands to the mundy world.
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.
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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