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* Atlas ( DC Comics ), a fictional character published by DC Comics
** " The Coming of Atlas ", a DC Comics story arc featuring Atlas
* Action Comics Number 579, published by DC Comics in 1986, written by Lofficier and Illustrated by Keith Giffen, featured an homage to Asterix where Superman and Jimmy Olsen are drawn back in time to a small village of indomitable Gauls.
* America's Best Comics, an imprint of DC Comics
* 1939 – DC Comics publishes its second major superhero in Detective Comics # 27 ; he is Batman, one of the most popular comic book superheroes of all time.
Abra Kadabra is the name of a DC Comics villain, who originally uses futuristic technology to create effects that appear magic to present-day people, and later gains actual magic powers.
The resulting sequence, " Jack Jawbreaker Fights Crime !," was a devastating satire of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster's notorious exploitation by DC Comics over Superman.
One notable example occurred in 2000, when DC Comics refused to allow permission for the reprinting of four panels ( from Batman # 79, 92, 105 and 139 ) to illustrate Christopher York's paper All in the Family: Homophobia and Batman Comics in the 1950s.
DC Comics: Sixty Years of the World's Favorite Comic Book Heroes.
Category: DC Comics martial artists
The DC Comics character Boodikka, a member of the Green Lantern Corps, was named after Boudica.
Category: DC Thomson Comics titles
* Current edition at DC Comics ISBN 0-930289-33-1
* Deluxe Hardcover edition at DC Comics ISBN 1-4012-0690-5
* Owen Mercer, the current Captain Boomerang in the DC Comics universe, nicknamed " Boomer "
* Bloody Mary ( DC Comics ), a fictional extraterrestrial vampire
1984 – 2000 ) has even more potential starting points, but is generally agreed to be the publication of Frank Miller's Batman: The Dark Knight Returns and Alan Moore's Watchmen by DC Comics in 1986, as well as the publication of DC's Crisis on Infinite Earths, written by Marv Wolfman with pencils by George Pérez.
* Cyrus Gold, the DC Comics character Solomon Grundy ( comics )

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John Dickinson and Benjamin Franklin's handwritten drafts of the Articles of Confederation are housed at the National Archives in Washington, DC.
Other technical features reveal a shaft driven behind the mask at the desired facial point, driven by a DC motor with a simple pulley and a slide screw.
The majority of aircraft power their avionics using 14-or 28 ‑ volt DC electrical systems ; however, larger, more sophisticated aircraft ( such as airliners or military combat aircraft ) have AC systems operating at 400 Hz, 115 volts AC.
The Maas at Dordrecht, c. 1660, ( National Gallery of Art, Washington DC )
Based on this definition, the drain efficiency cannot exceed 25 % for a class A amplifier that is supplied drain bias current through resistors ( because RF signal has its zero level at about 50 % of the input DC ).
There is a total of, ( double track ( as of 1998 )), of which are electrified, mainly at 3, 000 volts DC but with at 25 kV 50 Hz AC ( 2004 ) and all on standard gauge of.
Electrification is at 3 kV DC, with the exception of the new high-speed lines, and of two recently electrified lines in the south of the country which are at 25 kV AC.
** Luxembourg — no voltage change at the border ( the line Arlon-Luxembourg is at 3 kV DC and the line Gouvy-Luxembourg is at 25 kV AC )
** UK — voltage remains at 25 kV AC — voltage change 750 V DC third rail ( The Southern Region ).
Image: Berthe Morisot The Harbor at Lorient. jpg | The Harbor at Lorient, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC 1869
* Batman Bio at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
Dr. Benjamin D. Santer ( born June 3, 1955 in Washington, DC, United States ) is a climate researcher at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and former researcher at the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit.
Category: DC Comics characters who can move at superhuman speeds
" Dominican Friars for Life " at the 2009 March for Life ( Washington, D. C .) | March for Life in Washington, DC
Originally in Manhattan at 432 Fourth Avenue, the DC Comics offices have been located at 480 and later 575 Lexington Avenue ; 909 Third Avenue ; 75 Rockefeller Plaza ; 666 Fifth Avenue ; and 1325 Avenue of the Americas.
DC currently has its headquarters at 1700 Broadway, Midtown Manhattan, New York City.

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Notable examples include Polyester Books in Melbourne, Australia ; Cafe Royal in the UK ; Reading Frenzy and Powell's in Portland, OR ; Needles and Pens in San Francisco ; Atomic Books in Baltimore ; Quimby's in Chicago ; Mac's Backs Paperbacks in Cleveland, OH ; Boxcar Books in Bloomington, Indiana ; Wooden Shoe Books in Philadelphia ; Civic Media Center in Gainesville, FL ; Bluestockings in New York City ; Five in Charleston, SC ; Brian MacKenzie Infoshop in Washington, DC ; Book Beat & Co. in Oklahoma City, OK ; Printed Matter in New York City ; Copacetic Comics Co. and Big Idea Bookstore in Pittsburgh, PA ; Reading Material in Tokyo, Japan ; On Reading in Nagoya, Japan ; as well as MonkeyWrench Books and Domy Books in Austin, TX.
The post-hardcore style first took shape in Chicago, with bands such as Big Black, The Effigies and Naked Raygun, while later developed in Washington, DC within the community of bands on Ian MacKaye's Dischord Records with bands such as Fugazi, The Nation of Ulysses, and Jawbox.
Another yearly gathering was the now defunct, or at least temporarily so, The Great Big International Drag King Show in Washington, D. C., created by Ken Vegas, who is also founder of the DC Kings
Shavo's involvement in the arts began at an early age, as he first appeared in the 1993 " Big Gun " video by AC / DC, standing alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger in the crowd sporting a backwards baseball cap and a white t-shirt, while Schwarzenegger catches a stick of dynamite.
Although WildStorm considered attracting talent from the " Big Two " ( Marvel and DC ) such as John Romita Jr., Lee decided instead to find new talent.
By the time Maus started to be serialized, the " Big Two " comics publishers, Marvel and DC Comics, dominated the industry with mostly superhero titles.
* Catwoman: Selina's Big Score, DC Comics, ISBN 978-1-56389-922-5 ( SC, August 2003 ), ISBN 978-1-56389-897-6 ( HC, July 2002 )
To avoid trademark conflicts with DC Comics, he is referred to in this series by the nickname " Big Blue ".
By 1971, frustrated by what he felt was a lack of editorial opportunities, Giordano had left DC to partner with artist Neal Adams for their Continuity Associates studios, which served as an art packager for comic book publishers, including such companies as Giordano's former employer Charlton Comics, Marvel Comics, and the one-shot Big Apple Comix.
The group Big Brovaz originally comprised three women, Cherise ( half-Jamaican and half-Irish ; won the MOBO best unsigned artist in 2000 ), Dion, Nadia ( born in Reading ) and three men, J-Rock ( real name John Paul Horsley, born in Washington DC ), Flawless ( real name Tayo Aisida, born in Lagos, Nigeria ) and Randy, plus two producers Skillz, also known as JJC ( real name Abdul Bello, born in Kano, Nigeria ), who also manages his group 419 squad, and Fingaz.
Big Town is a popular long-running radio drama series which was later adapted to both film and television and a comic book published by DC Comics.
After graduating high school, Liefeld took life drawing classes at a local junior college, working odd jobs for about a year, including as a pizza delivery man and construction worker, while practicing his artwork, samples of which he would send to small comics publishers, as he was too intimidated to send them to the " Big Two " companies of Marvel and DC.
Though there was no discussion of him rejoining the group at the time, Rudd would be invited to permanently rejoin AC / DC in late 1993 following the recording of the Big Gun single for the Last Action Hero movie soundtrack.
* Even comics have adopted the term into their lexicon, with Nightwing describing Bruno Mannheim to Batwoman as " the Big Bad " in DC Comics ' 52: Week 30.
Her Playboy photographs also inspired the look of Jack Kirby ’ s DC Comics superheroine Big Barda.
On May 9, 2011, Free began co-hosting " The Big Tigger Morning Show " on Washington, DC area radio station WPGC 95. 5 FM, alongside Darian " Big Tigger " Morgan, 6am-10am weekdays.
In the 1990s, Factoid Books ( a DC offshoot ) released its Big Book of ... series in which Evans drew some of his last comics: one a biography of baseball great Ty Cobb, another the story of the first air mail flight ; and in 1998, the life of Judge Roy Bean in The Big Book of the Weird, Wild West.
He exhibited a passionate interest in the print media, clipping articles from newspapers, often traveling at weekends to Washington, DC (" Big W ").
The Big Bang is a Milestone Comics event published by DC Comics.
Big Barda is a fictional comic book superheroine appearing in books published by DC Comics.
* Big Barda was the 76th issue in the DC Comics Super Hero Collection.
* Big Barda at the DC Database Project

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