Monitor

A being as old as the Multiverse itself, the Monitor watches the events of each Earth as they unfold from afar, outside the human concept of space and time.

Relationship Roundup: Big Barda and Scott Free

We're back with another Relationship Roundup after a brief hiatus. We’re returning a little bit too late for Valentine's Day, but that's all right, we don't need a holiday to talk about love and superheroes.

Deathstroke Endures: The Many Shades of Slade Wilson

There are a lot of villains in the DC Universe and all of them are pretty unique.

Aqualad

Jackson Hyde may have been taught by Aquaman himself, but the looming threat of his father, Black Manta, is never far from his mind.

A natural born leader and level-headed team player, Kaldur'ahm is an Atlantean/human hybrid who possesses the power to control and form water into solid constructs. Much like his mentor Aquaman, Kaldur was raised not knowing who his real parents were—something that, it turns out, may have been for the better, considering his biological father is Black Manta, Arthur’s sworn enemy.

Bumblebee

Giving new meaning to the phrase "Move like a butterfly, sting like a bee," former Teen Titan Karen Beecher-Duncan always keeps things buzzing.

Karen is the very definition of a self-made hero. She designed and built her very own super-suit—a technological marvel that imbued her with the ability to fly on insect-like wings and shoot powerful "stinger" blasts from her hands. Under the name Bumblebee, she joined the Teen Titans alongside her partner, Malcolm Duncan.

Perry White

Metropolis born and bred Perry White is the fearless Editor-in-Chief of world-renowned newspaper The Daily Planet. Famous for his tough-but-fair attitude and his nose for potential, Perry was responsible for hiring both Lois Lane and Clark Kent on to the paper's staff and keeping the Planet afloat through numerous disasters and would-be buyouts. While Perry officially was never let in on Clark's secret life as Superman until very recently, it seems impossible that he wouldn’t have put it together.

Vibe

Possessing vibratory powers as well as the ability to open interdimensional portals, Vibe became the first Latin American hero to join the Justice League when he became a member of the street-smart team known as “Justice League Detroit.”

Justice Society of America

The world's first team of DC Super Heroes, the JSA has fought injustice since it was formed in the days of World War II.

In 1938, the Golden Age of DC Super Heroes began. Various people of incredible ability, talent and will donned strange costumes and uniforms to fight criminals, spies and bizarre menaces. In 1940, circumstances led eight of these Golden Age heroes to combine forces against Hitler and the Axis Powers. After this first team-up, they decided to regularly meet and support each other as the Justice Society of America, history’s first team of superheroes.

Katana

Wielder of the fearsome Soultaker Sword, Tatsu Yamashiro escaped a tragic past to fight alongside the Outsiders and the Suicide Squad.

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