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DC and Comics
* 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.
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 )

DC and Sixty
* DC Comics: Sixty Years of the World's Favorite Comic Book Heroes by Les Daniels ISBN 0-8212-2076-4

DC and Years
Years later, Fawcett ironically sold the rights for Captain Marvel to DC — which in 1973 revived Captain Marvel in the new title Shazam!
The Arthur M. Sackler Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC also hosted an exhibition of beautifully illustrated folios from the 14th through the 16th centuries, called " Shahnama: 1000 Years of the Persian Book of Kings ", which was on view from October 2010 to April 2011, coinciding with a museum celebration of Nowruz, the Persian New Year.
* Development Economics through the Decades: A Critical Look at 30 Years of the World Development Report World Bank Publications, Washington DC ( 2009 ), ISBN 978-0-8213-7255-5
Northup published his memoir, Twelve Years a Slave ( 1853 ), a slave narrative of plantation life on the Red River in Louisiana, and a description of the slave trade in Washington, DC.
Shortly after The New Batman Adventures began airing on Kids WB !, DC Comics published a five issue miniseries titled The Batman Adventures: The Lost Years.
" His 75 Years of DC Comics: The Art of Modern Mythmaking ( ISBN 9783836519816 ) was published by Taschen America, LLC in November 2010.
A variety of artists have recorded music there, including Bob Dylan, John Lennon, Kiss, AC / DC, Glass Harp, Blondie, Carly Simon, The Clash, Peter Frampton, Foreigner, Bryan Adams, Hall & Oates, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Al Green, Frank Zappa, Nas, Kanye West, Madonna, Beyoncé Knowles, The Mighty Boosh, Courtney Love, Radiohead, Coldplay, Alice Cooper, Bad Religion, Stevie Wonder, Cactus, Goldfrapp, Greezy Wheels, Billy Cobham, Curtis Mayfield, Moby, Bush Tetras, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Lou Reed, The Nails, Mandrill, Muse, Arctic Monkeys, Glasvegas, The Early Years, Sinéad O ' Connor, Billy Joel, Billy Idol, The Mars Volta, Caroline Loeb, Mike Oldfield, The Magnetic Fields, Guns N ' Roses, Elkie Brooks, Patti Smith, John McLaughlin, Klaus Nomi, Van Halen, The White Stripes, Weezer, Interpol, Steve Earle, Ron Rogers, Kid Creole and The Coconuts, Monster Magnet, The Pink Spiders, Deee Lite, Chris Braide, Rancid, D ' Angelo, Wolfmother, Miley Cyrus, The Big Pink, Erykah Badu, Common ( as well as the majority of the Soulquarians ), Brandon Caie, Metric, Cool It Reba, Kings Of Leon, Dave Matthews Band, Take That, Defunkt, Rihanna, The Strokes and Christina Aguilera.
“ Autonomy: Politics in Sarawak ” in Bridget Welsh ( ed ) Reflections: The Mahathir Years, ( Washington DC: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004 ) ( ISBN 9790615 124871 ) pp. 240 – 251
Archbishop of Washington, DC, " Unifying Religious Threads that Provide a Common Ground for Peace " 2009 Rabbi Michael Schudrich, Chief Rabbi of Poland, " A Rabbi ’ s Reflection on the Teachings of John Paul II " 2010 Mona Siddiqui, Prominent Islamic Scholar and Professor of Islamic Studies and Public Understanding at the University of Glasgow, " Islamic Perspectives on Judaism and Christianity " 2011 Professor David F. Ford, a world's renowned Anglican theologian, the Regius Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge, England, and director of the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme, " Jews, Christians and Muslims Meet around their Scriptures: An Inter-faith Practice for the Twenty-first Century " 2012 His Eminence Cardinal Kurt Koch, President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity and the Commission of the Holy See for Religious Relations with the Jews " Building on Nostra Aetate: 50 Years of Christian-Jewish Dialogue "
The events of the " Five Years Later " era were erased from mainstream DC continuity following the Zero Hour limited series.
He also edited in DC ’ s Licensed Publishing department, overseeing such titles as MADvertising: A MAD Look at 50 Years of MADison Avenue by David Shayne, Marv Wolfman's novelization of his landmark comics series Crisis On Infinite Earths, a trilogy of Green Lantern novels by Christopher Priest, Mike Baron and Mike Ahn ( both novel and trilogy were published by iBooks ), and dozens of MAD reprints, kids storybooks, young adult novels and children ’ s color and activity books based on DC Comics properties.
On October 27, 2012 at the American Association of University Professors Shared Governance Conference in Washington, DC, he will present a paper, " Ten Years On: The Kirstein Suspension Case, Shared Governance and Academic Freedom.

DC and World's
Les Daniels comments in his book DC Comics A Celebration of the World's Favourite Comic Book Heroes ".
* DC Comics published a 1939 New York World's Fair Comics comic book, followed by a 1940 edition in the next year.
Mego used obtained licenses from Edger Rice Borroughs, Marvel and DC for superhero characters to create their World's Greatest Superhero line, which became their most successful toy line.
During this time period, Mego released the first comprehensive line of DC and Marvel character action figures and coined the term " World's Greatest Super Heroes!
In July 2009, EMCE Toys joined up with Mattel for the return of Mego's World's Greatest Superheroes dubbed DC Retro Action Superheroes, these were released in Toys " R " Us Spring 2010.
Particular highlights included, in 1990, Gibbons writing the three-issue World's Finest miniseries for artist Steve Rude and DC, while drawing Give Me Liberty for writer Frank Miller and Dark Horse Comics.
World's Finest Comics was an American comic book series published by DC Comics from 1941 to 1986.
When superheroes fell out of vogue in the early 1950s, DC shortened the size of the publication to that of the rest of its output, leaving only enough space for one story ; this led to Superman and Batman appearing in the same story together starting with World's Finest Comics # 71 ( July 1954 ).
He has played numerous major music festivals including the Bonnaroo ( Manchester, Tennessee, 2010 ), Camp Bisco 9 ( Mariaville, New York, July 2010 ), Jisan Valley Rock Festival ( Seoul, Korea, July 2009, also featuring Oasis, Weezer, Fall Out Boy, Basement Jaxx ), PHAT 09 ( near Westport, New Zealand, New Year's Eve 2008 ), Pirate Station ( St. Petersburg, Moscow, Ekaterinburg, Russia ), Summerfest " The World's Largest Music Festival " ( Milwaukee, 2008 ), Sanctuary Drum & Bass Festival ( Dieselboy vs. Noisia )( UK, 2008 ), US Virgin Mobile Festival ( Baltimore, 2007 ), South by Southwest ( Austin, TX ; 2010, 2009, 2007 ), Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival ( Los Angeles, Dallas, Denver, Puerto Rico ), Ultra Music Festival ( Winter Music Conference, Miami, 2010, 2009 ), Love Parade, Bassrush, Creamfields, Shambhala ( Canada, 2010, 2007 ), DEMF ( Detroit Electronic Music Festival ), Starscape ( Baltimore, MD ; 2010, 2009, 2008 ), Global Gathering ( UK, 2004 ), HFStival ( Washington, DC ; 1999, 2000 ).
He also designed the illusions used on Sea World's water show featuring the DC Comics super heroes.
After this, only three more Bat-Mite stories were published in the pre-Crisis DC Universe: two Bat-Mite / Mr. Mxyzptlk team ups in World's Finest Comics # 152 ( August 1965 ) and # 169 ( September 1967 ) ( which were not edited by Schwartz but by Mort Weisinger ), and " Bat-Mite's New York Adventure " from Detective Comics # 482 ( February – March 1979 ), in which the imp visits the DC Comics offices and insists that he be given his own feature in a Batman comic.
Bat-Mite also appeared in the 2000 one-shot Elseworlds comic special World's Funnest, in which he battles Mr. Mxyzptlk, destroying the pre-Crisis multiverse and the post-Crisis DC Universe, as well as the Elseworlds of Kingdom Come, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, and the DC animated universe.
As an Elseworlds story itself, World's Funnest has no impact on continuity, as inferred from Dark Knight Returns and Kingdom Come being introduced to the official DC multiverse as a result of the series 52.
Other principal works include: the Lincoln Tomb, a sepulchral monument to President Abraham Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois ; Ethan Allen ( 1876 ), National Statuary Hall, United States Capitol, Washington, DC ; a heroic marble, Mississippi – The Father of Waters, Minneapolis City Hall ; Triumph of Ceres, made for the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Illinois, 1893 ; and a large bust of Lincoln in the Hall of Inscriptions at the Vermont Statehouse.
Even DC combined two features in Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes and had team-up books ( The Brave and the Bold, DC Comics Presents and World's Finest Comics ).
** Volume 3: World's End ( collects Stormwatch: PHD # 13-19, 136 pages, DC, October 2009, ISBN 1-4012-2489-X, Titan, November 2009, ISBN 1-84856-478-3 )
Bridwell wrote for several other DC titles, including Action Comics, Adventure Comics, Shazam !, Superman, Superman Family, World's Finest Comics and The Legion of Super-Heroes.
The World's Greatest Superheroes was a syndicated newspaper comic strip featuring DC Comics characters which ran Sunday and daily from April 9, 1978 to February 10, 1985.

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