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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.
In the DC Universe, a boom tube is an interstellar portal used by residents of New Genesis and Apokolips.
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.
Floyd Lawton's signature pair of silenced, high-velocity wrist rifles. Responsible for countless assassinations all over the DCU.
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.
Of all the weapons welded by Harley Quinn, her Hammer is easily one of the most recognized. Often depicted as either a giant wooden mallet or a black and red monstrosity, nobody wants to be caught on the receiving end.
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.
In the DC Universe, Mother Boxes are small, sentient, supercomputers primarily used by the New Gods. They have many capabilities, including transportation and energy manipulation. As they're connected to the Source, they have countless applications.
Katana's sword that takes the soul of those it kills. Has been with her since her origin.
A newspaper that is published in Metropolis.
Wonder Woman's bracelets are effectively unbreakable. Combined with Wonder Woman's heightened reflexes and senses it allows her a high degree of protection against projectile and ranged attacks.
A symbol of her royal position and her heroic persona as well as an offensive weapon, the tiara is a functional part of Wonder Woman's costume.
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