Jon Kent

As the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, Jon Kent has inherited powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal boys. At once, you could have called him Superboy, but these days, the now fully grown Jon goes by his father's name—Superman.

Five Painfully Awkward DC Family Gatherings

The holiday season is here, but this year, things are a little different. Doctors, scientists and government experts all strongly recommend we don’t gather this year, which for many of us, is a bummer.

Alan Scott

Earth's original Green Lantern and a founding member of the Justice Society of America, Alan Scott has been a trailblazer for over 80 years.

Signal

Duke Thomas is the daytime protector of Gotham City, and his metahuman light sensory powers make him unlike any of Batman's other crimefighting partners.

While Batman and most of his allies operate at night, crime in Gotham City is quite different in the daytime, and so requires a different kind of crimefighter. Enter Duke Thomas—a.k.a. the Signal, the brightly colored agent of the Bat who hits the streets when the sun is out and Batman is asleep in his cave.

Antiope

They may not always see eye-to-eye, but Antiope is the right hand of Queen Hippolyta and one of Themyscira's most respected warriors.

Five Things to Know About Stargirl

Are you ready to meet DC’s next live-action star? In 1999, Geoff Johns created Courtney Whitmore as a tribute to his late sister, and Stargirl has since gone on to become one of the DC Universe’s most endearing characters.

Purrfect History: Twelve Moments that Defined Catwoman

It’s been eighty years since Catwoman first prowled onto the scene, and she’s still going strong.

Book Breakdown - Shadow of the Batgirl Makes Us Happy and Hungry

The latest in DC's line of Young Adult graphic novels is out, and it's a return to original stories for this line (rather than the also excellent adaptations of the DC Icons prose novels).

Comics' Greatest Talent Celebrates Diana in Wonder Woman #750

Wonder Woman #750 celebrates the pop culture icon with 96 pages of all-new stories from both classic creators returning to the

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.

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