The Unoffical Suicide Squad - Suicide Squad was a comic book published
by DC Comics from 1987 to 1992. It had a run of 66 issues, plus an Annual
and a crossover Special Edition with the Doom Patrol.
The Dark Knight - The Dark Knight
is one of my hobbies. I don't make any money off it; I don't sell advertising,
charge user fees, or take bribes. I don't work for DC Comics either. I'm just
a big Batman fan and I wanted to share Batman with the rest of the world.
However, this site has received a few mentions and awards, which gives me
that warm feeling inside.
GLanter's Green Lantern
page - Welcome to the Green Lantern Page. Here you can get information
about the greatest superhero of all time, the Green Lantern. For background
information on the current GL, click on the Background and/or Biographies
sections. Also, check out the biographies on many of Green Lantern's friends
and foes. For an issue-by-issue review of Green Lantern, starting with #48
Emerald Twilight (the first appearance of Kyle Rayner), check out the Reviews
Green Lantern Review Website
- The Green Lantern Review Website has been on and off the web since 1999. I started this small project
simply as a hobby to review the third Green Lantern series. Now that I have bought webspace at Geocities,
I plan to continue to build this site and expand it into a wonderful place for Green Lantern fans to visit.
Hawkman FAQ - Everything
you want to know about the Hawks.
Goin' Strong - This is dedicated to the winged warriors from Thanagar,
the Hawkworld. Katar Hol and Shayera Thal, who on earth became known as Hawkman
and Hawkwoman. This page describes the incarnations of the characters through
the history of DC Comics. Here, you will learn of the Wingmen, the Hawkmen
elite soldiers and of the two heros from Thanagar.
Hypertime: Your Unofficial
Guide to the Kingdoms of Wonder - The Hypertime concept was first introduced
in the Kingdom Event series published by DC Comics in December. Written by
Mark Waid, with a variety of artistic talents, the Kingdom Event will change
the way we think about the DC Universe. The contents of this site represent
my views of Hypertime, based primarily on a scrap of dialogue in Kingdom #
2 followed to a logical conclusion. The contents of this site in no way reflect
the opinions or views of DC Comics or anyone associated with DC Comics.
Impulse - A fan
created web site dedicated to everyone's favorite A.D.D. afflicted speedster,
Bart Allen aka Impulse. Feel free to browse around and take in some impulsive
culture by viewing some art, downloading some cool Impulse related stuff,
or checking out some testaments to fandom in the fan section.
Omega's Vanishing Point - Rip
Hunter, Chronos, The Linear Men, Who's Wjo in the DC Universe, Supergirl,
and other stuff.
The One True Guy
Gardner homepage - This page was written because one of the BEST and most
original comicbook characters out there also háppens to be one of the least
understood among even the general comic reading populace. Also out of annoyance
that they cancelled the characters comicbook itself after 44 issues (longer
than most of DC's comics.. even with bad writing and poor exposure even for
a DC character.) This character is, of course, the former renegade Green Lantern
Guy Gardner. Hopefully this information page will be of some help and become
a fun place for Guy Gardner fans to visit every once in a while.
Oracle Files - An experimental online version of the who's who of the
Page - When a great wrong pushed this hero over the edge, Hal Jordan destroyed
the legendary Green Lantern Corps and--almost--reality itself."
Rann Web -
This page was founded in tribute to DC's most under-used and under-appreciated
hero. Read about his origins, his family and latest appearances - all from
the perspective of Rann's adoring public.
- devoted to the 4th World books of Jack Kirby.
Titans' Lair - We're the Lurkers
of the Lair, a group of fans dedicated to all incarnations of one of DC Comics'
best loved superhero teams, whether it's the original, groovy Teen Titans
of the 60's and 70's, the 1980's premier DC title The New Teen Titans, The
New Titans, the Teen Titans of 1996, or the TITANS, we're into it !
Unofficial Green Arrow
Compendium - Dedicated to archiving the history of Green Arrow (both Ollie
& Connor) in DC Comics and popular culture from 1941 to the present & beyond
to supplement your reading.
The Unofficial Green Lantern
Corps Web Page - The only operating site devoted to all 3600 GLs this
side of Oa. We here at the GLCWP wish to keep the memory of this grand, cosmic
legacy alive, not only for the nostalgic benefit of older Green Lantern fans,
but the new fans of Kyle Rayner, too. We hope the fans of the "Kyle Generation"
can learn to appreciate the rich history of the Green Lantern Corps. Without
which, Kyle Rayner couldn't be the Green Lantern he is today.
Unofficial Green Lantern Page
- The first web page on the net dedicated to DC Comic's character Green Lantern.
Here you will find a discussion board (coming soon), cover galleries, various
artwork, some reviews, and links to other Green Lantern web sites.
Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- A web-based encyclopedia of the DCUniverse, including everything from Who's
Who profiles on all the characters,places,organizations, and events in the
DC Universe, to issue-by-issue indexes of all DC titles published since Crisis
on Infinite Earths.
home page of the Atom - The Atom is a hero who was developed in the early
1960's by the late Gardner Fox and his editor Julius Schwartz. His alter-ego,
Ray Palmer, is a top scientist who discovered a method of shrinking matter
and used that power to become the Atom. The Atom has been around the DC superhero
comics since his first appearance in Showcase #34 in 1961. Check out all of
the links below for more information on the Atom.
Inc. Page - Infinity Inc. was created by Roy Thomas, Jerry Ordway, and
Mike Machlan. For my money, this series was one of the best ever written.
Roy Thomas was personally reponsible for turning my interest in comics from
a passing fancy, into a true dedication to an often over-looked literary medium.
The stories that Roy wrote were about real people, people like you and I,
but with fantastic powers. His dedication to continuity is probably unsurpassed
in the graphic literature field. I dedicate this web site to his true genius.
Unoffical Guide to the DC Universe -
An internet encyclopedia of the DC Universe, past, present and future. It includes everything from Who's Who
profiles on characters, places, organizations, and events in the DC Universe, to issue-by-issue indexes and
character chronologies as well as a detailed history of the Universe itself.
Unoffical Kingdom Come
Homepage - Images, information, reviews and a message board make this
the ultimate site for fans of this ground breaking new series.