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She has low-level telepathic powers, allowing her to communicate with others. She can not perceive the thoughts of individuals not broadcasting to her. Her main weakness is common to all of her race. Lead causes them to lose their hydrokinetic powers for the duration of their exposure to it. The second Siren is a mermaid and able to change her tail into a pair of legs, enabling her to walk on land.

In addition to that, Siren is able to stand on her tail for an unknown period of time. It appears she is able to survive outside of the water for longer periods of time. She has a light green skin tone and completely black eyes. Siren is from the Bight of Benin which makes her vulnerable to cold temperatures. Like the sirens of myth, Siren uses her voice as her main weapon. She sings hypnotic songs, forcing people to follow her every command. This also works on Tempest who is an Atlantean.

During her appearance in Young Justice, she seems to have perfected that skill so that she does not need to sing to hypnotize someone. Siren is shown, in Aquaman, to have super-human strength, giving her the ability to break into a plane. In the alternate timeline of the Flashpoint event, the Hila version of Siren aids Aquaman on his war against the Amazons.

She along with Orm tried to kill Terra because of her value in battle and mostly because Siren wanted revenge for her sister 's death. However, Siren is slain by Penthesileia sister of Hippolyta. In Batman '66 which is based on the s TV series , Siren appears where she collaborated with Chandell. Siren is the name of two fictional supervillains, both appearing in books published by DC Comics. Publication history The first Siren made her debut in Aquaman vol. Fictional character biography Hila Hila is the identical twin sister of Mera and a sister-in-law to Aquaman.

Hila received some affection from Aquaman before Mera caught them in the ac. DC Comics logo American comic book publishing company DC Comics has introduced many characters throughout its history, including numerous minor characters. These characters range from supporting characters, heroes and villains that appear infrequently to characters that only take part in a single story.

Count Viper took advantage of these new abilities and used Airstryke to distract Hawkman, while Viper tried to take command of the Justice League and thus the world. He remained there until he was freed by Neron and was given the chance to sell his soul along with numerous other villains.

Airstryke chose not to sell his soul and continued his life of crime. Eventually, Airstry. The first issue of the series was released in June , as a part of the Batman: Reborn relaunch of DC's entire line of comic book titles featuring the superhero Batman. Bruce Wayne is thought to be dead and is replaced by Dick Grayson. Look up Siren, siren, or sirens in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Siren or sirens may refer to: Common meanings Siren alarm , a loud acoustic alarm used to alert people to emergencies Siren mythology , a creature in Greek mythology Places Siren town , Wisconsin Siren, Wisconsin, a village Siren Bay, Victoria Land, Antarctica Siren Rock, Ellsworth Land, Antarctica People Siren surname Siren, stage name of female bodybuilder Shelley Beattie on the TV show American Gladiators Siren, stage name of Valerie Waugaman on the revival of American Gladiators Alexander Brandon born , American musician, known as "Siren" in the demoscene Siren Sundby born , Norwegian Olympic sailor Animals Siren genus , a genus of aquatic salamanders in the family Sirenidae Hestina, a genus of brush-footed butterfly commonly called sirens Sirenia, an order of aquatic mammals including dugongs and manatees Sirenidae, a family of aquatic salamanders Arts, entertainment, and.

Mera is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Created by Jack Miller and Nick Cardy, the character first appeared in Aquaman 11 September as a queen of the sea. Originally portrayed as a supporting character to her husband, the superhero Aquaman, modern writers have traditionally emphasised Mera's own superhuman physical strength and magical power to control water, portraying her as a powerful superhero in her own right. Mera's storylines have also portrayed mental breakdown faced with crippling loss and explored her attempts at coping with lasting anger and rage.

The Multiverse has undergone numerous changes and has included various universes, listed below between the original Multiverse and its successors. Original Multiverse Cataloged Originally there was no consistency regarding "numbered" Earths—they would be either spelled out as words or use numbers even within the same story.

For example, "Crisis on Earth-Three! This convention was disregarded in Crisis on Infinite Earths, and it became common practice to refer to the various Earths with numerals instead. Infinite Crisis used both but Crisis On Infinite Earths: Absolute Edition and everything after 52 have referred to the alternate universes with numerals. Because 52 i. Haven, Ms. Warner Bros. Pictures and based on characters that appear in American comic books by DC Comics. The shared universe, much like the original DC Universe in comic books and the television programs, was established by crossing over common plot elements, settings, cast, and characters.

The films have been in production since and in that time Warner Bros. The films are written and directed by a variety of individuals and feature large, often ensemble, casts. This is a list of fictional supervillains appearing in DC Comics who are or have been enemies of the superhero Superman. Several of Superman's rogues most notably Darkseid and Brainiac are or have been foes of the Justice League of America as well. Atlas 1st Issue Sp.

Poison Ivy is a fictional character appearing in comic books published by DC Comics, commonly in association with superhero Batman, created by Robert Kanigher and Sheldon Moldoff. The character made her debut in Batman June Poison Ivy has been portrayed as a love interest of Batman and is known for her infatuation with him.

She is a Gotham City botanist who is obsessed with plants, ecological extinction, and environmentalism. Ivy typically wears a green one-piece outfit adorned with leaves and often has plant vines extending over her limbs. She uses plant toxins and mind-controlling pheromones for her criminal activities, which are usually aimed at protecting endangered species and the natural environment. She was originally characterized as a supervillain, but as of the New 52 and DC Rebirt.

In her depictions she has been portrayed as a physician psychiatrist and as a psychologist. Harley Quinn made her first live action appearance as part of the main cast in the live-action film Suicide Squad, in which she is portrayed by actress Margot Robbie. Harley Quinn is a frequent accomplice and lover of the Joker, whom she met while work. Central rogues' gallery In alphabetical order with issue and date of first appearance, and when or if they were involved in Villainy Incorporated, a league of Wonder Woman rivals founded by Eviless,[1] in which at one time or another most major WW villains were involved.

Angle Man was created as a recurring foil for Wonder Woman during the s and s. In the post-Crisis timeline, Ares had plotted to start World. Atlantis is a fictional aquatic civilization appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Fox and Fred Guardineer. Other incarnations of Atlantis appeared in various DC comics in the s and s, including the version in the Superman group of books in which the mermaid Lori Lemaris resides. Aquaman's version of the city, the most prominently featured version in the company's line, first appeared in Adventure Comics May , and was created by Robert Bernstein and Ramona Fradon.

All versions are based on the fictional island of Atlantis first mentioned in Plato's initial dialogue, the Timaeus, written c. Publication history One of the earliest mentions of Atlantis occurs in Action Comics 17, in a "Zatara the Magician" story. The first volume, published from to and later continued in , is best known for introducing the superhero Batman in Detective Comics 27 cover-dated May A second series of the same title was launched in the fall of , but in reverted to the original volume numbering. The series is the source of its publishing company's name, and—along with Action Comics, the series that launched with the debut of Superman—one of the medium's signature series.

The series published issues between and and is the longest continuously published comic book in the United States. Art by Vin Sullivan. Detective Comics was the final publication of the entrepreneur Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, whose comics company, National Allied Publications, would evolve into DC Comics, one of the world's two largest comic book publishers, though long after i. DC Comics is one of the largest comic book publishers in North America. DC has published comic books under a number of different imprints and corporate names.

The list does not include trade paperbacks or series that included only reprints of previously published material. Naming conventions While generally the most recognizable name of a comic is printed on the cover, the cover title can be changed for a number of reasons. The official name, however, is found in the indicia, in small print inside the comics. The depiction of the DC Multiverse after the events of Flashpoint. The Multiverse, within DC Comics publications, is a "cosmic construct" collecting many of the fictional universes in which the published stories take place.

The worlds in this multiverse share a space and fate in common, and its structure has changed several times in the history of DC Comics.

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With the publication of All-Star Comics 3 in , the first crossover between characters occurred with the creation of the Justice Society of America JSA , which presented the first superhero team with characters appearing in other publications comic strips and anthology titles to bring attention to less-known characters. This established the first shared "universe", as all these heroes now lived in the same world.

Prior to this publication, characters from the different comic books seemingly exi. A gathering of Batman's primary enemies from Gotham Underground 2 January Art by Jim Califiore. The Batman Family enemies are a collection of fictional supervillains appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. These characters are depicted as adversaries of the superhero Batman and his allies. Since Batman first appeared in Detective Comics 27 May , his supporting cast has expanded to include other superheroes, and has become what is now called the "Batman Family". As with most superheroes, a cast of recurring enemies to the Batman Family have been introduced throughout the years, collectively referred to as Batman's "rogues gallery".

The Batman Family's rogues gallery has been well received, considered by many journalists to be one of the greatest superhero rogues galleries in all of comics. Supervillains and themed criminals The fo. Batman 1 spring Art by Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson. Batman has been featured in many ongoing series, limited series and graphic novels published by DC Comics. These titles have been handled or coordinated through a single editorial section at DC Comics. This section also generally handles titles that have spun off of the core Batman titles to feature related characters.

This list presents these titles separated by general type of publication. Ongoing series Title Issues Initial cover date Final cover date Notes Detective Comics 27 — May October Detective Comics has had a varied rate of publication from quarterly to monthly and has varied between an anthology series and single stories. The first 26 issues did not feature Batman; however, issue 26 mentions Batman for the first time in an advertisement for his introduction in the following issue. The run included a 0 issue dated October and a 1,, issue dated November The Arrowverse is an American media franchise and shared fictional universe that is centered on various television series airing on The CW and web series airing on CW Seed.

The shared universe, much like the DC Universe and DC Multiverse in comic books, was established by crossing over common plot elements, settings, cast, and characters that span across five live-action television series and three animated series. The franchise began with Arrow, based on the character Green Arrow, which debuted in October It was followed by The Flash in , and the animated web-series Vixen in The franchise was further expanded in , when in January of that year a new series titled Legends of Tomorrow debuted, starring characters that originally appeared on both Arrow and The Flash.

Later that year, the CBS series Supergirl,. Circe is a fictional character appearing in DC Comics publications and related media. Based upon the Greek mythological figure of the same name who imprisoned Odysseus in Homer's Odyssey, she is a wicked sorceress and the recurring foe of Wonder Woman.

Circe first appeared as a ravishing blonde in in Wonder Woman, vol. She would get a Bronze Age makeover this time with auburn hair in 's Wonder Woman , by Dan Mishkin and Gene Colan, making multiple appearances over the next two years. During the late s and s superhero-revival period known as the Silver Age, he was a founding member of the Justice League.

In the s Modern Age, writers interpreted Aquaman's character more seriously, with storylines depicting the weight of his role as king of Atlantis. Jokes about his wholesome, weak portrayal in Super Friends and perceived feeble powers and abilities have been staples of comedy programs and stand-up routines,[3][4][5] leading DC at several times to attempt to make th. The Mad Hatter Jervis Tetch is a fictional supervillain appearing in comic books published by DC Comics, commonly as an adversary of the superhero Batman.

He is one of Batman's most enduring enemies and belongs to the collective of adversaries that make up Batman's rogues gallery. The Mad Hatter has been substantially adapted from the comics into various forms of media, including feature films, television series, and video games. The Spirit is a fictional masked crimefighter created by cartoonist Will Eisner. He first appeared June 2, , as the main feature of a page, tabloid-sized, newsprint comic book insert distributed in the Sunday edition of Register and Tribune Syndicate newspapers; it was ultimately carried by 20 Sunday newspapers, with a combined circulation of five million copies during the s.

It generally included two other four-page strips initially Mr. Mystic and Lady Luck , plus filler material. Eisner was the editor, but also wrote and drew most entries—after the first few months, he had the uncredited assistance of writer Jules Feiffer and artists Jack Cole and Wally Wood, though Eisner's singular vision for the strip was a unifying factor. The Spirit chronicles the adventures of a masked vigilante who fights crime with the blessing of the city's police commissioner Dolan, an old friend. Despite the Spirit's origin as d. Catwoman is a fictional character created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane who appears in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly in association with superhero Batman.

The character made her debut as "the Cat" in Batman 1 Spring , and her real name is Selina Kyle. She is Batman's most enduring love interest and is known for her complex love-hate relationship with him. She was originally characterized as a supervillain and adversary of Batman, but she has been featured in a series since the s which portrays her as an antiheroine, often doing the wrong things for the right reasons. The character thrived since her earliest appearances, but she took an extended hiatus from September to November due to the developing Comics Code Authority in These issues involved the rules regarding the development and portrayal of female characters that were in violation of the.

Tartarus is a fictional organization of supervillains in the DC Comics universe. He forces former Titan Omen to help him recruit members. She submits to Vandal Savage who is unaware that Lilith selected members that she knows will not function well as a team. Vandal Savage needs Adeline's blood to develop an immortality serum, and he slits her throat in order to get a sample. As it begins to heal, she begs Slade to kill her.

When he is unable to do so because he is still in love with her, Starfire kills Adeline with a well-aimed starbolt. Red Panzer is also killed during the battle, and Savage deliberately shoots Chesh. The Red Hood is an alias used by multiple fictional characters and a criminal organization in comic books published by DC Comics.

Jason Todd is the most widely known character to use this persona, and he assumes the Red Hood identity in the main DC Comics continuity. His costume consisted of a tuxedo, a red cape, and a large domed red helmet with no eye holes or facial features. While attempting to rob a playing card company, he was cornered and dove into a catch basin full of chemicals and swam to freedom, surviving because of a special breathing apparatus built into the helmet.

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    Introduced initially as a legal aid attorney and Oliver Queen's ex-girlfriend, the character later takes up the mantle of Black Canary in subsequent seasons of Arrow. The character also appears in a few episodes of The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow[1] and Vixen, all set in the same shared fictional universe. Cassidy also portrays other multiverse versions of Laurel Lance within the Arrowverse, most prominently Black Siren from Earth Tigress is the name of three different comic book supervillains, all of whom have appeared in various series published by DC Comics.

    She wore tiger-striped sweaters and ran gangs of thieves and murderers. She apparently had no powers. She debuted in Infinity Inc. The original Tigress appeared as Zatara's primary foe throughout twelve issues of Action Comics, including issues 1, 3, 6, 7, 9, 10, 22, 23, 25, 30, 35 and In her initial appearance, she battles. The series premiered on The CW television network in the United States on October 7, , and is currently in its fifth season.

    The series is a spin-off from Arrow, a show set in the same fictional universe. The first season follows police forensic investigator Barry Allen Grant Gustin , who develops super-speed after he is struck by lightning. He is assisted by S. Labs' Dr. Harrison Wells Tom Cavanagh in his attempts to use his powers for good and solve the murder of his mother by a superhuman attacker.

    Martin , father of his best friend, Iris Candice Patton , t. Since the late s, the character has been paired with archer superhero Green Arrow, professionally and romantically. At her Golden Age debut, Black Canary was the alter ego of Dinah Drake and participated in crime-fighting adventures with her love interest and eventual husband , Gotham City detective Larry Lance. Initially, the character was a hand-to-hand fighter without superpowers who often posed as a criminal to infiltrate criminal gangs. Later stories depicted her as a world-class martial artist with a superpower: the "canary cry", a high-powered sonic scream which could shatter objects and incapac.

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    In the second season of the series he uncovered he was in fact the son of Black Manta. Because the character was originally create. Note: Please check Category:DC Comics superhero teams before adding any redundant entries for superhero teams to the page.