Terrigen Mist
The Terrigen Mist is a fictional substance in stories published by Marvel Comics, particularly those that feature the Inhumans, a fictional race of superhumans. The Terrigen Mists were first reference...
Arrowcar
The Arrowcar (or Arrow-Car) is a specially designed arrow-shaped automobile used by the DC Comics superhero Green Arrow and his sidekick Speedy. The Arrow-Car debuted in More Fun Comics #73 (November ...
Trick arrows
Trick arrows are projectile devices that are seen in various media of fiction. Trick arrows are shot with bows like arrows but can possess a specialized function (technological or magical) such as com...
Batarang
A batarang is a roughly bat-shaped throwing weapon used by the DC Comics vigilante Batman. The name is a portmanteau of bat and boomerang, and was originally spelled baterang. Although they are named ...
Skartaris
Skartaris is a fictional Hollow Earth fantasy setting created by Mike Grell for the sword and sorcery comic book The Warlord, published by DC Comics. Skartaris debuted in 1st Issue Special #8 (Novemb...
Hourman (android)
Hourman (Matthew Tyler) is a fictional character and superhero who was created by Grant Morrison and Howard Porter. Based upon the Golden Age character Rex Tyler, he first appeared in JLA #12 (Novembe...
Inertron
Inertron is a fictional metallic chemical substance found in the DC Comics Legion of Super-Heroes universe. It is the hardest, densest substance in the DC universe, and is often used by the Legion of ...
Tomorrow Woman
Tomorrow Woman is a fictional character, an artificial lifeform and superhero from DC Comics. She debuted in JLA #5 (May 1997), and was created by Grant Morrison and Howard Porter.
She was created...
Batman's utility belt
Batman's utility belt is one of the most characteristic portions of Batman's costume. Similar belts are used by the various Robins, Batgirl, and other members of the Bat-family.
Batman historian L...
List of comic book drugs
This is a list of performance enhancers, serums, trigger chemicals, booster drugs, and mutagenic foods in universes, that were used to give a specific hero or villain their powers. This list also prov...
Power ring (DC Comics)
A power ring is an object featured in comic book titles published by DC Comics. It first appeared in All-American Comics #16 (July 1940).
The first appearance of a power ring was in All-American C...
Lasso of Truth
The Lasso of Truth is a fictional weapon wielded by DC Comics superheroine Wonder Woman, Princess Diana of Themyscira. Originally named The Magic Lasso of Aphrodite, it is usually referred to as the M...
Sinestro Corps
The Sinestro Corps is a group of fictional characters, a villainous analog to the Green Lantern Corps in the DC Universe, derived from the emotional spectrum. It is led by the supervillain Thaal Sines...
Superman logo
The Superman shield, also known as the Superman logo, is the iconic emblem for the fictional DC Comics superhero Superman. As a representation of one of the first superheros, it served as a template ...
Toyman
The Toyman is the name of three comic book supervillains and one adolescent superhero in the DC Comics universe. They mostly appear in Superman stories. The first Toyman appeared in Action Comics #64...
List of minor DC Comics characters
Throughout its history, DC Comics has introduced many characters, including numerous minor characters. These characters range from supporting characters, heroes and villains that appear infrequently, ...
List of The Batman characters
The following is a list of characters that have appeared in the television series The Batman, which ran from September 11, 2004 to March 22, 2008.
Batcomputer
The Batcomputer is the fictional computer system used by comic book superhero Batman. It is located in the Batcave. The Batcomputer was first introduced in fiction in 1964.
The Batcomputer is usua...
Purple Ray
The Purple Ray is a fictional healing device featured in Wonder Woman comics.
Prior to the comic book storyline Crisis on Infinite Earths, Diana invented the Purple Ray in order to heal Steve Trev...
Kelex
Kelex is a fictional robot in DC Comics.
He first appeared in The Man of Steel #1, in which he was one of Jor-El's Kryptonian Service Robot on the planet Krypton. Presumed destroyed along with Jor...
Registration acts (comics)
The Registration Acts —the Mutant Registration Act (MRA), the Superhuman Registration Act (SRA, or SHRA), and the Vigilante Registration Act (VRA) —are fictional legislative bills that have been plot ...
Golden Girdle of Gaea
The Golden Girdle of Gaea is a fictional object depicted in the DC Comics book Wonder Woman. It is based on the mythological girdle stolen by Heracles as part of his Twelve Labors.
Originally when...
Kryptonite
Kryptonite is a material from the Superman mythos, specifically the ore form of a radioactive element from Superman's home planet of Krypton. First mentioned in The Adventures of Superman radio show i...
Invisible plane
The Invisible Plane (sometimes referred to as the Invisible Jetplane, Invisible Jet, and Robot Plane) is the fictional DC Comics superheroine Wonder Woman's venerable, though now seldom-used, mode of ...
Miracle Machine
The Miracle Machine is a fictitious device in the DC Comics universe. The machine first appeared in Adventure Comics #367, April 1968. It was created by the Controllers no later than 2960, and given a...
Mother Box
Mother Boxes are fictional devices in Jack Kirby's Fourth World setting in the DC Universe.
Created by Apokoliptian scientist Himon using the mysterious Element X, they are generally thought to be...
Boom tube
A boom tube is a slang expression for a fictional extra-dimensional point-to-point travel portal (a form of teleportation) opened by a Mother Box used primarily by residents of New Genesis and Apokoli...
Book of Eternity (comics)
A list of fictional objects and materials existing in the DC Universe.