ASK…THE QUESTION: Has MAD Magazine Ever Crossed Over Into the DCU?

The time is upon us once again to ASK…THE QUESTION, what we do here in our monthly column where we take your pressing mysteries of the DC Universe and provide answers to the best of our ability.

The Black History of Superman, Part 2

Since 1938, Superman has been described as “Champion of the Oppressed.” As we celebrate Black History Month this February, it’s only fair to ask: do the Black readers and fans who look to Superman for a hero not deserve a Superman of their o

Unlocking the History of the Multiverse
Are you confused about DC’s Multiverse? We’re here to talk you through it in one quick, concise article…since the one thing that isn’t infinite is time.
Searching the Multiverse for a Happy Batman

Certain unspoken rules have always governed the course of the DC Universe. Aquaman's got to swim, Hawkman's got to fly and Batman...can never be happy.

Why the Daily Star?
Why is the DC FanDome blog called "The Daily Star"? DC Archivist and Librarian Benjamin Le Clear dives into the rich legacy of the name, which goes all the way back to Action Comics #1.
Unlocking the History of the Multiverse

The CW’s recent “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover event exposed more people than ever before to the concept of DC’s Multiverse—the expanse of differing “Earths," each with their own unique makeup of superheroes and villains.

The Flash: Team Kid Flash No More?

The Flash Season 4 started out with a huge upgrade for Wally West. Earth One’s second most iconic speedster had to very suddenly go from the supporting legacy character of Kid Flash to the leader of the team.

The Flash: Greetings from Gorilla City

Gorilla Grodd has not only been a longstanding staple of the Flash’s comic book mythology—he first appeared in THE FLASH #106 in May 1

Arrow: We’re Back, Baby!

Welcome back, guys!

Hope everyone had a nice break. I’m trying to thaw out from the frigid Midwest cold and ice, but ready to bring this column to you.

I guess the best place to start would be with the obvious: Laurel!

The Flash: Will the Real Flash Please Stand Up?

“Monster” introduced viewers to the third version of Harrison Wells in three seasons—H.R.!

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