Unlocking the History of the Multiverse
Are you confused about DC’s Multiverse? We’re here to talk you through it in one quick, concise article…since the one thing that isn’t infinite is time.
Son of Kal-El: The Story of Jon Kent

What do you do when your father is the world’s greatest superhero, your mother is a hard-hitting journalist with a nose for trouble, and your best friend is a bite-sized assassin with a chip on his shoulder?

Who is Static? - Secret Files & Origins

It's not easy being a teenager. Between school, getting picked on and worrying about family finances, there's already a lot to deal with. However, for Virgil Hawkins, there's an extra layer of stress: learning to properly utilize his superpowers, maintaining his secret identity and finding the balance between making it to class in time and saving the lives of innocents as the electrifying hero known as Static.

Darkening Skies: Explaining Superman's Black Suit

They say that clothes make the man, which means that a hero known as Superman must have some pretty impressive threads.

Batman - Secret Files & Origins

One of the most iconic fictional characters in the world, Batman has dedicated his life to an endless crusade, a war on all criminals in the name of his murdered parents, who were taken from him when he was just a child. Since that tragic night, he has trained his body and mind to near physical perfection to be a self-made superhero. He's developed an arsenal of technology that would put most armies to shame. And he's assembled teams of his fellow DC Super Heroes, like the Justice League, the Outsiders and Batman, Incorporated.

Master of Manipulation: Who is Wonder Woman 1984’s Maxwell Lord?

Don’t worry, this isn’t one of those insufferable business profile articles that you find in your doctor’s waiting room.

Why the Daily Star?
Why is the DC FanDome blog called "The Daily Star"? DC Archivist and Librarian Benjamin Le Clear dives into the rich legacy of the name, which goes all the way back to Action Comics #1.

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