Why has Wonder Woman 1984 been given such a strange title? The answer may be revealed by the villain Max Lord, and his most famous DC story.
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Batman: The Definitive History of The Dark Knight is honoring Batman's 80th year, giving DC Comics fans the only guide they'll ever need.
He-Man is getting his own version of DC's Crisis on Infinite Earths, as the Masters of The Multiverse assemble to face their evil self.
The Justice League is in search of backup to take on the Legion of Doom - and they've found it, in the Superman of Kingdom Come's future!
Wally West is on a mission in his new series Flash Forward, and it's sending him up against the Avengers and X-Men (of DC's Multiverse).
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The decision to turn Green Lantern into a villain back in the 1990s proved so controversial, it created DC's first online troll groups.
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Cyborg gets fierce new Apokoliptian armor as a newly enlisted soldier in Darkseid's forces, on the cover of Justice League Odyssey #17.
The God Killer Sword is one of the most powerful weapons in DC's Universe, and it just fell into the hands of Wonder Woman's worst enemy!
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The all-star talent assembling for Wonder Woman #750 has been revealed by DC, along with century-spanning variants coming January 2020.
The Batman Who Laughs is turning DC's greatest heroes evil - and the Justice League's heaviest ancient hitter just turned to the darkness.
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A brand new Deathstroke has been reborn in DC's Universe, and he's given himself a Star Wars makeover - with Darth Vader/Stormtrooper armor.
Lex Luthor started with a full head of hair, but an artist's accident made him bald - which eventually became a core part of the character.
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