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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })In 1986, DC Comics made comic book history by rebooting their entire continuity in Crisis on Infinite Earths. Character histories were changed, merged in from other continuities, or even restarted from scratch. The Post-Crisis DC Universe would never be the same.In 2011, they did it again.The "New 52" is DC's second major reboot, stemming from the Flashpoint event that resulted in a Cosmic Retcon, turning what had become a Crapsack World Alternate Timeline into a Close-Enough Timeline. (There were two other previous Post-Crisis Cosmic Retcons — with Zero Hour! and Infinite Crisis / 52 — but they were largely cosmetic.) In the wake of The Flash messing with the Timey-Wimey Ball, DC canceled all their ongoings (even Action Comics and Detective Comics) and launched 52 new titles in their place. In this new continuity, superheroes have only emerged publicly in the last five years or so, with many only beginning to show up now. Even so, many major prior storylines are still canon, at least in Broad Strokes. Certain Vertigo Comics and WildStorm characters have also been incorporated into this new continuity.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Of course, DC wouldn't let things stop there. In January 2012 they overhauled their corporate logo, and has since occasionally refreshed the line by replacing a few books with new ones.After the 2015 Crisis Crossover Convergence, DC has announced that they were ending the New 52 branding. Instead of a cosmic retcon, this new initiative —dubbed DC YOU— was an update to the publishing slate, removing the "New 52" logo from its books, as well as adding 24 new titles to the surviving 25. note notably adding up to 49 and not 52. DC You only lasted for a year or so, before another big rebrand, DC Rebirth, which actively used the rewinding of some of the more unpopular changes of the New 52 era as a selling point.As of the conclusion of Doomsday Clock, the New 52 is now a part of the multiverse, as Earth-52.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })For info on the changes made in the last big overhaul, see Post-Crisis.
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Hotter and Sexier: The sexuality of traditional Ms Fanservices Catwoman and Starfire (in Red Hood) have been ramped up significantly. Notably, Amanda Waller also had a major redesign to slim her down when she has never been a particularly attractive woman (in either looks or personality). The male characters are getting it a little, too. Jay Garrick and Alan Scott, as part of the Younger and Hipper reboot in Earth 2, both went from senior heroes to young and very attractive (as drawn by Nicola Scott, who gives the readers plenty of Female Gaze). Superman's facial features have been reworked, making him look more youthful and cute. Altough not exactly handsome, Doctor Sivana became taller, more muscular and with better head and teeth proportions. At first. Inverted, though, with Supergirl, whose costume shows a lot of leg but otherwise has been notably downplayed in favour of a more ordinary teenaged girl look; Power Girl, who for about a year had a much more modest costume◊ that even lacked her infamous "boob window"; and the Star Sapphires in the Green Lantern books, whose new costumes aren't nearly as Stripperiffic as the old ones.
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Superheroes Stay Single: Not exactly, but instead "Superheroes Stay Unmarried". Superman and the Flash are back to being bachelors again. This did not last for either of them. Superman is now with Wonder Woman and Flash is now with Patty Spivot. Completely averted with Animal Man, who still is married and still has children. Well, child.
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The Artifact: Jonathan Carroll, Lois' boyfriend, rarely had any bearing on the Superman stories and was only there to show that Lois already had a boyfriend, to the point he dissappeared for entire story arcs. By the end of the New 52, it was clear the writers had no idea what to do with him, so they eventually wrote him off altogether.
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Tamer and Chaster: The reboot has Supergirl, whose costume shows a lot of leg but otherwise has been notably downplayed in favour of a more ordinary teenaged girl look; Power Girl, who for about a year had a much more modest costume◊ that even lacked her infamous "boob window"; and the Star Sapphires in the Green Lantern books, whose new costumes aren't nearly as Stripperiffic as the old ones.
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Darker and Edgier: Some aspects are this compared to when we last saw them. Two families are named "The Dark" and "The Edge". Blue Beetle III (Jamie Reyes) was originally a fun book that didn't take itself too seriously - for example, the scarab was played as a Heroic Comedic Sociopath. In the New 52, it was initially just a sociopath, and Jaime couldn't rein it in as much as he used to at first. The Teen Titans, as clearly shown by their outfits on their first cover. However, they have more colorful outfits in the book proper. Billy Batson has become a little brat from losing his parents. While he has still shown a hidden heart of gold, it's still jarring for readers used to seeing him as more of The Cape than Superman. On the Green Lantern side of things, The Blues are eradicated except for Saint Walker, who then falls into such despair that his ring abandons him. These guys are the Hope Bringers, and so now, there is no hope. The gods of New Genesis have been changed from embodiments of freedom, innocence and virtue to the cosmic equivalent to the upper class. They've sold out Earth-2 to Apokolips and are currently waging war with the seven Lantern Corps for control of their rings.
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Ancient Tradition: The Stormwatch organization, which traces its origins in Demon Knights.
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Relationship Upgrade: Superman and Wonder Woman become a couple since Justice League # 12.
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Never Trust a Trailer: Most of the hype for Earth-2 focused on that world's versions of the Big Three: Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. They're killed off in the first issue.
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Aborted Arc: According to Pandora, a multiverse-level threat necessitated the reboot. After two years, this threat has yet to materialize; several Wildstorm-based books were building up to a Daemonite invasion of Earth, which may have been said mysterious threat, but all of those books are now canceled. Turns out it's either the Anti-Monitor (according to Forever Evil), or Brainiac (according to Future's End). The reboot forced this on a number of titles. Some books, including the final pre-New 52 issues of Justice League of America and Batgirl, consisted of condensed accounts of the various story arcs that were planned for the titles, but which now had to be abandoned. When Justice League International ended, the annual wrapping up the events has a future version of Booster Gold stating that the leftovers of the team would form the Global Guardians, and become more successful than the JLI had ever been. The characters haven't been seen together since.
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Mythology Gag: Batwing's costume looks a lot like the imaginary African-American Batman (aka "Bat-Wings") in the seventies comic "The Batman Nobody Knows". Only less seventies. The Batwing was also the name of the variation of the Batplane used in 1989's Batman.
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Easter Egg: Each Issue #1 (with the exception of Earth 2) included a one-panel background appearance by Pandora◊. Here she is hidden in the first issue of Catwoman◊
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Everybody Hates Hades: Downplayed. Hades is presented as kind of a dick, but not outright evil because he doesn't seem to honestly understand how his actions affect others. It's suggested that no one can love him because he himself can't understand what love actually is. This may change after an encounter with Eros' guns (which serve the same purpose as his bow and arrows in the old days).
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Rogues Gallery Transplant: Silver Banshee is now firmly linked with Supergirl rather than her original foe Superman (though as noted under Adaptational Heroism she isn't evil, at least yet.) Hector Hammond is currently antagonizing Superman; his history with the Green Lantern is partially alluded to. In any case, it seems he made his name fighting someone before targeting Superman, as he's already an infamous supervillain when introduced. The Prankster was a Superman villain before the reboot, but is more or less Nightwing's archenemy now. He bears little resemblance to any previous incarnation, though, and it's not clear if there ever was a Superman villain Prankster in the new continuity.
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Wolverine Publicity: Batman & the other Gotham heroes appear in more books than any other, having up to triple the exposure of the second-most-common franchises (Superman and Green Lantern).
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Ascended Meme: In his new series, most people react to Aquaman as if they only knew him from the Super Friends, What Kind Of Lame Power Is Talking To Fish, Anyway? version. This leads to him working so hard to prove that he is badass that it doesn't actually make any sense for him to have that reputation he's trying so hard to shed in the first place. This changes after Throne of Atlantis; as mentioned below in the Beware the Superman example. The hero formerly known as Captain Marvel will simply be "Shazam"; partially because (thanks to Writing Around Trademarks) "everybody thinks he's called Shazam already, outside of comics." I Am Not Shazam no more!
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The Man Behind the Man: Brother-Eye is responsible for the OMACs again, but in its appearance at the end of Justice League International, it mentions it has a new master before disappearing. Who exactly this being is hasn't been revealed as of 2014.
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Crisis Crossover: Following the Justice League centered Trinity War, September 2013 sees the rise of Villains Month, where all books in this month are temporarily replaced with villain-centric stories with #X.Y numberings, showing that the heroes of the DCU have suffered following the war of the Justice Leagues. Four miniseries will also be launched this month: the seven issue Forever Evil starring Catwoman and Lex Luthor and 3 six issue miniseries Forever Evil: Arkham War, Forever Evil: Rogues Rebellion, and Forever Evil: A.R.G.U.S..
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Conflict Ball: Supergirl can not accept the fact that she's been in stasis for twenty years and that her formerly baby cousin (Superman) has grown up in that time. As such she refuses to listen to anything he says. This came back to bite her in the ass when she ended up in a relationship with H'El despite everyone else telling her that it was a bad idea.
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Silver Banshee is now firmly linked with Supergirl rather than her original foe Superman (though as noted under Adaptational Heroism she isn't evil, at least yet.)
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Red Skies Crossover: The Zero Year storyline running in Scott Snyder's Batman was going to be self-contained, but has since been announced to be receiving tie-ins - Aside from the pre-requisite Bat Family titles, it's also receiving tie-ins to Green Lantern & The Flash, none of which are necessary to the primary story. The tie-ins themselves zig-zag in relevance, with Nightwing merely featuring a teenaged Dick Grayson at a cinema when the black out starts & his attempt to get back to Haly's Circus in the midst of the chaos; whilst Green Arrow features Ollie's return from the island & his subsequent attempt to rescue his mother from the blackout, and his first meeting with Batman.
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Wham Line: In Wonder Woman: BOOM.
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Body Horror
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Altough not exactly handsome, Doctor Sivana became taller, more muscular and with better head and teeth proportions. At first.
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"The Black Diamond Probability" is a banner given to various books following the history of Eclipso's Power Crystal. It was brought into the world by Lucifer in Demon Knights, used by Dr. Jekyll in All-Star Western, captured by A.R.G.U.S. in Team 7 and stolen from A.R.G.U.S. in Catwoman. Catwoman being the only non-historic title, this takes the Heart of Darkness up to the present, where it's in the possession of Alex Montez, Eclipso's second host in the previous continuity. This finally comes to a head as the Black Diamond & Eclipso wind up in Gemworld in Sword of Sorcery, where it is revealed that Eclipso was a major historical figure, as well as literally born of, Gemworld, with Amethyst fighting to stop him.
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Book-Ends: The 52nd issues of the titles that ran consecutively since the New 52 started will end sporting variant covers with variations of the first covers done up with the characters today (for instance, Superman on Action's cover would be wearing his current costume, Sinestro on the Green Lantern cover would be wearing his Sinestro Corps costume, etc.)
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Broad Strokes: Some of the pre-New 52 stories are considered to have still happened. The specific list includes The Killing Joke, the Green Lantern family during Geoff Johns' run (including Blackest Night), Grant Morrison's Batman, and some but not all of Brightest Day.
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Intercontinuity Crossover: A miniseries called DC Universe VS. The Masters of the Universe debuted in August 2013. It features the current Masters of the Universe ongoing comic crossing over into the DC Universe.
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Civvie Spandex: Superman started his career wearing a T-shirt, jeans, and a cape as his costume.
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Canon Welding: In May 2016 it was revealed that the true cause of New 52 wasn't the Flash, it was Dr. Manhattan from Watchmen.
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A Wizard Did It: At first the timeline changes were stated to be due to Flashpoint, then to Pandora. Turn out Dr. Manhattan is responsible for the temporal problems as well as things generally being Darker and Edgier, because they've been tampering with the timeline to change people by altering their lives.
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Blue Beetle III (Jamie Reyes) was originally a fun book that didn't take itself too seriously - for example, the scarab was played as a Heroic Comedic Sociopath. In the New 52, it was initially just a sociopath, and Jaime couldn't rein it in as much as he used to at first.
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Mistaken for an Imposter: Lois Lane mistook Supergirl for a "comely cosplayer" at their first meeting, mostly because she walked into Clark Kent's apartment when Clark and Lois were arguing with each other and romantic jealousy had cropped up.
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Covers Always Lie
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The Teen Titans, as clearly shown by their outfits on their first cover. However, they have more colorful outfits in the book proper.
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The gods of New Genesis have been changed from embodiments of freedom, innocence and virtue to the cosmic equivalent to the upper class. They've sold out Earth-2 to Apokolips and are currently waging war with the seven Lantern Corps for control of their rings.
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Finger Poke of Doom: In Superman/Wonder Woman #2, Superman gets into a confrontation with Apollo the sun god and gets sent flying with a simple backhand slap. Then Apollo fires a sun-powered blast at Superman, who immediately starts beating Apollo's ass.
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Alternate Universe
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Alternate Universe: While a longstanding tradition in DC comics; the Second Wave had the re-established Earth-2 as a focus. (Not only with the Earth-2 comic itself, but the stars of Worlds' Finest are refugees from that reality.) In the finale of Superman: Doomed, Brainiac witnesses several past iterations of the DC Universe, such as Golden Age Earth, Flashpoint Earth and Post-Crisis Earth.
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Ancient Conspiracy: The Court of Owls in Batman and other Bat-books, who've been secretly controlling Gotham City since its founding.
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Lawyer-Friendly Cameo: In Superman/Wonder Woman #4, the world learns that the title duo are in a relationship breaks worldwide. Among the montage of reactions which include Green Lantern and the Flash is Tintin doing a Spit Take of disbelief (he's shown from behind so we don't see his face but that iconic quiff is unmistakable and a very familiar-looking white dog is beside him.)
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Continuity Rebooter
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Continuity Rebooter: The Flash and/or Pandora. The Flash actually did it, but Pandora was the one who told him he had to. Dr. Manhattan from Watchmen is eventually revealed to be the true instigator.
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Cuckold: Superman (as Clark Kent) visits Lois Lane's apartment and finds her very obviously post-coitus with her new boyfriend. A shocked and humiliated Clark can't do anything but walk away, and as he leaves, his Super Hearing picks up Lois telling her boyfriend that she has no feelings for Clark whatsoever, and the two start to resume their love-making.
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Beware the Superman: Taking a page from the DC animated universe, governments in general are much more paranoid about superheroes, including Superman himself. The Justice League of America (2013) was spun out for this explicit reason - they wanted a team under their direct control. Pretty much all of America is afraid of Aquaman and Atlanteans after Throne of Atlantis. What was "lol talking to fish is stupid", just got turned into "These guys could sink us all!"
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Bat Family Crossover: This continuity seems to focus more on these than Crisis Crossover stories, at least as of 2012. "Night of the Owls", which hit the Bat-books around the Second Wave after being built up in Batman and Nightwing since the relaunch. It was followed up by Death of the Family, which features the return of the Joker and includes every Bat-family book, Suicide Squad, and Teen Titans. "Gothtopia" has Gotham become a paradise where its heroes work in the daylight. Crime is at an all time low, but no one knows why or how this happened... Also in the Second Wave, "The Culling", which involves Superboy, Teen Titans, and Legion Lost; The Ravagers spun out of this event. Green Lantern's New 52 status quo was based on a prior Lantern-family crossover, "War of the Green Lanterns", and proceeded to build to another event, "Rise of the Third Army". After the Third Army comes "Wrath of the First Lantern", in which the powerful First Lantern is freed from its prison and begins to wreak havok. A short crossover, "Lights Out", happened in October 2013. It started in Green Lantern, ran through Green Lantern Corps, Green Lantern: New Guardians, and Red Lanterns before concluding in the second Green Lantern annual. It involves the Lantern corps to come together to stop an ancient being named Relic. Shortly after this came "Uprising", a civil war amongst the Green Lanterns against the shapeshifting Durlans, followed afterwards by the Lantern-line wide "Godhead" pitting the New Guardians, Green Lantern Corps, Red Lanterns, and Yellow Lantern Corps against the New Gods of New Genesis. By this point, it has become clear that the Lantern books are in a near-constant state of this, especially "Green Lantern" and "Green Lantern Corps". "Rotworld", which involves Animal Man, Swamp Thing, and Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E trying to stop The Rot, the force of death and decay, from killing all life on Earth. "H'el on Earth", which involves Superman, Supergirl, and Superboy trying to stop another kryptonian named H'el from ressurecting Krypton at the expense of Earth. It was followed by "Krypton Returns", which focuses on Superman, Superboy and Supergirl travelling in time to prevent H'El from destroying the universe. "Throne of Atlantis": a crossover between Justice League and Aquaman which chronicles an invasion of the surface world by Aquaman's brother, Ocean Master, and the forces of Atlantis. "Trinity War" has the Justice League, Justice League of America, and Justice League Dark involved in a confrontation between the Trinity of Sin: Pandora, The Phantom Stranger, and The Question. "Forever Evil: Blight" details the struggles of John Constantine trying to save Zatanna and the rest of the Justice League Dark, but having to team up with Pandora, The Phantom Stranger and a new Dark team (featuring Swamp Thing) to stop Blight, an Anthropomorphic Personification of Evil born as a result of the Crime Syndicate's invasion of their universe. "Superman: Doomed" features a confrontation between Superman and Doomsday. In the aftermath, Superman is infected with a mysterious virus that begins to transform him into a Doomsday-like beast.
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Continuity Reboot: Post-Flashpoint the DC Multiverse is seemingly wiped out, leaving a completely new continuity.
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Same Character, but Different
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Same Character, but Different: Some disgruntled DC fans cite this as the reason they dislike the New 52, and that many characters are "in name only" versions. Others will argue that the core of most characters remains the same. There's certainly quite a bit of Broken Base for the entire DCU due to this.
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Flashback Arc: Both Action Comics and Justice League begin with arcs showing how Superman and the League, respectively, got their start. Earth-2 and Worlds' Finest begin with flashbacks showing how that universe's Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman died and how Huntress and Power Girl arrived on Prime Earth.
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The Chosen Many
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The Chosen Many: Inverted. After basically owning the Legacy Character trope in superhero comics for two decades, DC have thrown it away entirely with the New 52. Some Legacies reverted to their original owners, some to their most recent incumbents, but with one exception (Robin), they all went. The titles of both Batman and Batgirl have reverted to their original owners. There seems to be some sort of editorial fiat against having Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown, Batgirls II and III, make appearances (several writers have reported that they asked to use them but have been refused), although it seems that Stephanie will be returning as Spoiler in 2014. The Flash continues the focus on the original, Barry Allen, that had started a few years prior, but the reboot wipes out Wally West's time as the original Kid Flash and third Flash. The Justice Society suffered a major legacy implosion, with the all of the children and grandchildren wiped from existence and the original JSA members becoming young again. The divide between Earth 2 and the main DCU also brought up a kind of One Steve Limit, in that The Flash and Green Lantern are the only superheroes with ongoing stories to have versions in both universesnote Earth 2 also had versions of Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman, but they get killed off in the prologue of the series. Every other superhero is editorially confined to either one continuity or the other. So, for example, The Spectre, traditionally a Justice Society of America character, is now in the main DC universe instead of Earth 2 with the rest of the rebooted Golden Age characters. Jaime Reyes is the first Blue Beetle. Well, he isn't the first user of the Scarab, but the previous user was a Mayan astronomer, wiping Dan Garrett and Ted Kord from the legacy— though while Dan's status is unknown, Ted does exist, at least.
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Multiple-Choice Past
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Multiple-Choice Past: Averted. For the first time in all the decades he's existed, The Phantom Stranger now has a definitive origin... and his fandom has a Broken Base.
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Animated Adaptation
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Animated Adaptation: The Justice League's origin story was adapted as Justice League: War, beginning a series of New 52-based movies for the DC Universe Animated Original Movies brand - which had until then focused on self-contained stories, each set in their own continuities.
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Status Quo Is God
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Status Quo Is God: Face it, with all the radical changes introduced, not all of them were going to stick. Firestorm went back to his original powerset after about a year, and Power Girl's also started wearing her "boob window" costume after a year.
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Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!
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Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: In the second issue of Superman/Wonder Woman, Superman gets in a fight with Apollo the sun god. Apollo blasts Superman with a beam of sunlight, not knowing that Superman gets his powers from the sun. The fight gets very one-sided after that.
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The New Adventures
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The New Adventures
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Ms. Fanservice
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The sexuality of traditional Ms Fanservices Catwoman and Starfire (in Red Hood) have been ramped up significantly. Notably, Amanda Waller also had a major redesign to slim her down when she has never been a particularly attractive woman (in either looks or personality).
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Retcon: Just a year in and they're already contradicting themselves. Teen Titans had Tim Drake mention his time as Robin and that there had been prior versions of the Titans. When the trade paperback came out, this was revised with Tim always being Red Robin (never regular Robin, though still Batman's sidekick), and omitting mentions of prior Titans. The Titans were also originally referenced in the Batwoman series, with Flamebird claiming to have been part of the team and having fought Deathstroke. This dialogue also found itself edited when it came time for the trade paperback to be released.
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OrwellianEditor
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Batman's third sidekick, Tim Drake, also has his own problems. In the first issue of Teen Titans, it was stated that Tim Drake kept his history as Robin and that previous iterations of the team existed, with references also being made to past Titans teams in Red Hood & the Outlaws. Come the zero issue of Teen Titans a year later, and Tim's been retconned to have always been Red Robin and this is the first team of Teen Titans, with the collected edition of the first Titans arc outright removing the details that were retconned out. And as for the previously mentioned members of the Titans in Red Hood, so far the word is, more or less, that Dick Grayson, Starfire, and Arsenal (and possibly some others) hung around with each other, but never called themselves any team name.
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Tron Lines
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Tron Lines: Visible on members of the Ravagers' suits.
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Subverted Trope
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Subverted with Batman, who's New 52 suit retains it's black and gray colors.◊
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Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Not everyone from the old continuity exists in the New 52. Some of the more notable examples are Donna Troy (Wonder Girl I), Cassandra Cain (Batgirl II), and Dan Garrett (Blue Beetle I). Subverted with Ted Kord (Blue Beetle II), Stephanie Brown (Batgirl III), and Wally West (Kid Flash I/Flash III). After all three being absent for two years, Ted appears at the conclusion of Forever Evil, Stephanie returned as Spoiler in Batman: Eternal, and Wally return in the third annual of The Flash. Donna Troy returned during the Finches' run on Wonder Woman, and Cassandra Cain returned in Batman and Robin Eternal. However, much of the Justice Society's extended membership disappeared, such as Ma Hunkel, who is replaced with a female version of the robotic Red Tornado who has Lois Lane's mind and personality.
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Ret-Canon: A number of elements of other media incarnations made their way into the new DC Universe. Among them... Amanda Waller's weight loss. Commissioner Gordon retaining red hair in the present. Similarly, Zsasz has been altered to have a beard. In addition to getting his outfit tweaked, Bane was later seen leading an army and in a flashback Detective Comics, Vol. 2, # 19, had planned to steal a nuclear device to threaten Gotham much like he did in The Dark Knight Rises. Bane's new costume, though it was later been tweaked to include a vest and cargo pants. Similarly, Harley's new look seems to take after her Batman: Arkham City and Batman Live versions. Etta Candy's aforementioned Race Lift. Tommy Merlyn as Oliver Queen's best friend before he became Green Arrow, John Diggle working with Ollie in the early days of his vigilantism. Faora being General Zod's Dragon and wearing a military armor.
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Lighter and Softer
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Lighter and Softer: Some books are much more lighthearted and humorous than the majority of the New 52. Harley Quinn is a comedic book about Harley's wacky adventures on Coney Island. Batgirl was quite dark and gloomy under Gail Simone's run, but her succeeding creative team gave the series a brighter, fun tone. Constantine is inevitably this to the cancelled Hellblazer, even if it's nominally "dark".
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Hostile Show Takeover
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Hostile Show Takeover: September 2013 was "Villains Month"; which focused on the villains of each hero's respective comics. The covers feature the villains front and center, the heroes defeated in the background, and the villain's name written on top of the normal title.
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An Arm and a Leg
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An Arm and a Leg: During their brief fight, SuperDoom rips Cyborg Superman's right arm off. After SuperDoom goes to Earth, Cyborg Superman reconstructs his arm.
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President Superhero
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President Superhero: In one of the universes of the New 52, the President of the USA is Kal-El. Also, he's black.
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Race Lift
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Race Lift: Morgan Edge is now a Bald, Black Leader Guy. As is General Eiling. As of the 7th issue of Justice League, Etta Candy. More of an 'Ethnicity Lift' but Silver Banshee is now explicitly Irish rather than being from a fictional half-Irish, half-Scottish island (though her accent is still a little... out there.) Oddly her surname was changed to the rather un-Irish 'Smythe'. Played With: the wizard Shazam has long been described as an ancient Canaanite, but this is the first version where he doesn't look white. Dr. T.O. Morrow, formerly a Polish man who's real name was Tomek Ovadya Morah, is implied to be an American who's true name is Thomas Oscar Morrow, rather than an alias. When Wally West finally showed up, he was made half-black. Serafin of the Forever people had both his race and gender changed. Now he's Serafina. Helena Bertinelli (The Pre-52 Huntress) is now mixed-race, likely to help separate her from Helena Wayne aka The Huntress of Earth-2.
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Younger and Hipper: Just about all the heroes, but especially the Earth-2 characters; who are now the same ages as their more mainstream counterparts when they were traditionally Older and Wiser.
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Breakout Character: After Batwing's legacy was passed from David Zavimbe to Luke Fox, he appears to have been accepted as a full fledged member of the Batfamily. This is probably because Luke lives in Gotham City while David lives in Africa.
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'90s Anti-Hero: There have been some comparisons of the New 52 with the early days of Image Comics, which may be something to be expected when you've got Image co-founders Jim Lee and Rob Liefeld working for you.
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Chekhov's Gunman: Reign arrives on Earth, interrupting some silver-haired girl who was talking about how she just moved from Dublin, Ireland.
 New 52 (Comic Book) / int_dcbe8a6e
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Continuity Snarl: There are several examples, due to DC editorial's Broad Strokes approach to the previous DC continuity stating that most major events happened in some form until explicitly contradicted. The epic scale and popularity of Grant Morrison's Batman and Geoff Johns's Green Lantern allowed their to histories carry over into the new status quo, but there are issues trying to cram everything into the new five-year timeline. Batman's timeline in particular is especially messy; despite the Hand Wave of Batman entering the game an extra year prior to the debut of the Justice League, there are still several issues working things out. For example, Batman managed to go through all four male Robins in those six years, but Damian is still eleven years old as he was in the old continuity (Hand Waved by adding previously absent use of Apokolips technology, whereas the greater time scale of the original continuity logically allowed Damian to organically age eleven years). Bruce's "death" and Dick Grayson temporarily becoming Batman have also been carried over, but details were left vague until Batman and Robin #33 simultaneously claimed that Darkseid hasn't attacked Prime Earth since the first arc of Justice League and that Batman was somehow still "killed" by the Omega Sanction from Final Crisis. Batman's third sidekick, Tim Drake, also has his own problems. In the first issue of Teen Titans, it was stated that Tim Drake kept his history as Robin and that previous iterations of the team existed, with references also being made to past Titans teams in Red Hood & the Outlaws. Come the zero issue of Teen Titans a year later, and Tim's been retconned to have always been Red Robin and this is the first team of Teen Titans, with the collected edition of the first Titans arc outright removing the details that were retconned out. And as for the previously mentioned members of the Titans in Red Hood, so far the word is, more or less, that Dick Grayson, Starfire, and Arsenal (and possibly some others) hung around with each other, but never called themselves any team name.
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Throwing Off the Disability
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Throwing Off the Disability: Barbara Gordon, who had her paralysis healed.
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Suddenly Sexuality: Lucy Lane, Lois's younger sister always depicted as a heterosexual before the New 52 (and even early in the New 52 - she dated Clark for a while) is revealed to be in a Transparent Closet in Lois Lane #1.
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Expy: The character Niko was initially stated to be Cheshire in solicits for Grifter. This apparently changed before the issue hit stands, resulting in the character having a different backstory while still retaining a similar costume and appearance to Cheshire.
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Bald, Black Leader Guy
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Morgan Edge is now a Bald, Black Leader Guy. As is General Eiling.
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Played With: the wizard Shazam has long been described as an ancient Canaanite, but this is the first version where he doesn't look white.
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Episode 0: The Beginning
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Episode 0: The Beginning/Origins Issue: The focus of "Zero Month". Before the New 52, there was an Issue #0 of Batwoman, which consists of Batman observing the heroine to get confirmation on her identity, eventually deeming her a worthy candidate for Batman Inc. It is included in the collected edition of the comic's first storyline. Funnily enough, this means that Batwoman has two Issue #0s in this continuity. Played with in Green Lantern #0 and Green Lantern: The New Guardians #0 by being only the latter trope; featuring new present-day origins (of Earth's newest Green Lantern and an overhauled New Guardians roster) instead of flashbacks.
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One Steve Limit
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The Justice Society suffered a major legacy implosion, with the all of the children and grandchildren wiped from existence and the original JSA members becoming young again. The divide between Earth 2 and the main DCU also brought up a kind of One Steve Limit, in that The Flash and Green Lantern are the only superheroes with ongoing stories to have versions in both universesnote Earth 2 also had versions of Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman, but they get killed off in the prologue of the series. Every other superhero is editorially confined to either one continuity or the other. So, for example, The Spectre, traditionally a Justice Society of America character, is now in the main DC universe instead of Earth 2 with the rest of the rebooted Golden Age characters.
 New 52 (Comic Book) / int_ee7a60e9
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Expendable Alternate Universe
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Expendable Alternate Universe: Earth-2 is introduced being laid to waste by Darkseid's forces, with it's Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman all killed in the space of a single issue. After the end of its series, the entire universe was destroyed, and the survivors forced to flee. Earth-3 was destroyed by the Anti-Monitor. Earth-7 is utterly devastated and corrupted by the Gentry.
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Suspiciously Similar Substitute
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Suspiciously Similar Substitute: The original relaunch has Suicide Squad supplant its Spiritual Successor, Secret Six, as the Villain Protagonist team book. In the second wave, GI Combat replaced Men of War as the military book, though the substitution ends at genre since the books are very different. Men of War is a fairly realistic modern war story, whereas GI Combat splits time between super-commando counter-terrorism (the "Unknown Soldier" segments) and soldiers who get sent back in time and battle dinosaurs. Batgirl starring Barbara Gordon has been accused of cribbing from Stephanie Brown's run as Batgirl immediately before.
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The Most Wanted
 New 52 (Comic Book) / int_f79b419e
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The Most Wanted: The first arc of Grifter is about Cole Cash becoming the World's Most Wanted, this because his recent connections with the Daemonites that can hear and see them in their true forms, making crash a plane full of Daemonites disguised as humans ready for an invasion. This was televised, showing him as a terrorist that killed everyone on the plane, being wanted by the cops, the army and even some heroes.
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Movie Superheroes Wear Black
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Movie Superheroes Wear Black: Superman's real New 52 outfit is segmented battle armor worn as tribute to his dead race◊. Wonder Woman's (pre-Convergence/Rebirth) New 52 outfit is darker, utilizing colors such as silver and navy/dark (almost black) blue in lieu of gold and bright blue. though it retains the red chestplate, star-patterns and bathing suit look.◊ Subverted with Batman, who's New 52 suit retains it's black and gray colors.◊ Shazam's costume is mainly a far darker burgundy shade of red, balanced by a white cloak. golden belt, armbands and white/gold boots as well as a segmented appearance around the upper half of the lightning bolt in addition to the same look carrying onto the shoulders.◊
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 New 52 (Comic Book) / int_fceae121
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Alternate Self
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Alternate Self: Supergirl and Power Girl are the exact same person from different universes. Power Girl is very reluctant to meet her mainstream universe self at first partly because she is worried the universe would explode if they actually touched. When they finally meet in Supergirl #19, the universe is fine, the two Karas psychically bond, kick butt together and the only snag is Supergirl's fortress AI mistaking Power Girl, then Supergirl herself for a clone and trying to destroy her.
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Underwear of Power
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Underwear of Power: Averted. Superman, Batman, and other characters no longer wear briefs as part of their costumes.
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Cross Through
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Cross Through: "The Black Diamond Probability" is a banner given to various books following the history of Eclipso's Power Crystal. It was brought into the world by Lucifer in Demon Knights, used by Dr. Jekyll in All-Star Western, captured by A.R.G.U.S. in Team 7 and stolen from A.R.G.U.S. in Catwoman. Catwoman being the only non-historic title, this takes the Heart of Darkness up to the present, where it's in the possession of Alex Montez, Eclipso's second host in the previous continuity. This finally comes to a head as the Black Diamond & Eclipso wind up in Gemworld in Sword of Sorcery, where it is revealed that Eclipso was a major historical figure, as well as literally born of, Gemworld, with Amethyst fighting to stop him. "Psi War" has Superman and Superboy fighting the forces of the H.I.V.E. and other psychic villains, but the two don't team up or even cross paths during the event.
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Adaptation Name Change / int_5f76cba1
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Adaptation Name Change / int_e8a4ef81
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Adaptation Origin Connection / int_e8a4ef81
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Adaptational Dumbass / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Adaptational Jerkass / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Adaptational Nice Guy / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Adaptational Sexuality / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Adaptational Sexuality / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Affirmative Action Legacy / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Age Lift / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Age Lift / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Alien Fair Folk / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Aliens Are Bastards / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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All Amazons Want Hercules / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Alter Kocker / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Ancient Conspiracy / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Ancient Tradition / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Anti-Magic / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Arbitrary Skepticism / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Arc Fatigue / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Arc Welding / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Archer Archetype / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Ascended Meme / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Assassin Outclassin' / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Atlantis Is Boring / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Awesomeness by Analysis / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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BFS / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Badass in a Nice Suit / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Barbaric Bully / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Bat Family Crossover / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Become a Real Boy / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Beta Outfit / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Beware the Superman / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Biblical Bad Guy / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Biting-the-Hand Humor / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Bizarro Episode / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Blood Is the New Black / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Boxing Lessons for Superman / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Boyish Short Hair / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Bring My Brown Pants / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Broad Strokes / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Cain and Abel / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Canon Character All Along / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Cape Busters / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Captain Ethnic / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Cardboard Prison / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Carnival of Killers / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Cattle Punk / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Chainmail Bikini / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Chest Blaster / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Chest Insignia / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Chupacabra / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Civvie Spandex / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cleavage Window / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Clingy Jealous Girl / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Clothes Make the Legend / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Coitus Ensues / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Comic-Book Fantasy Casting / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Comical Translation / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Conceive and Kill / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Continuity Reboot / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Costume Copycat / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Create Your Own Villain / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Cross Through / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Death by Adaptation / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Demonic Dummy / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Does Not Know His Own Strength / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Evil All Along / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evil Costume Switch / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Evil Former Friend / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Evil Redhead / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Fad Super / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
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 New 52 (Comic Book)
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Fake Memories / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Faking Amnesia / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Faking the Dead / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Family Eye Resemblance / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Female Gaze / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fembot / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fiction 500 / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Flat-Earth Atheist / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Flying Brick / int_5f76cba1
 ForeverEvil
seeAlso
New 52 (Comic Book)
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fourth-Wall Observer / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Franchise Original Sin / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Future Spandex / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gender Bender / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gender Flip / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Genius Loci / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Girl-Show Ghetto / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
God Couple / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gods Need Prayer Badly / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Good All Along / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Good Scars, Evil Scars / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Government Conspiracy / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gratuitous Animal Sidekick / int_5f76cba1
 Grayson
seeAlso
New 52 (Comic Book)
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Green-Skinned Space Babe / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Grotesque Cute / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Happy Ending Override / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heart Is an Awesome Power / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hero Insurance / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hero Killer / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
He's Back / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hide Your Lesbians / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hostile Show Takeover / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hotter and Sexier / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hunting the Most Dangerous Game / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Love Nuclear Power / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I'd Tell You, but Then I'd Have to Kill You / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Imagination-Based Superpower / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Implausible Deniability / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
In the Blood / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Incorruptible Pure Pureness / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Intangibility / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Intrigued by Humanity / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Inverse Law of Utility and Lethality / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Invincible Villain / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
/ int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Its The Same Now It Sucks / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Jerkass Gods / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Jungle Princess / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kill and Replace / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kirby Dots / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Klaatu Barada Nikto / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kryptonite Factor / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kryptonite Is Everywhere / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lack of Empathy / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Laser-Guided Amnesia / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Leotard of Power / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Literal Transformative Experience / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Logical Weakness / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Long-Lost Relative / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lovely Angels / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Loves My Alter Ego / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Loving a Shadow / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Made of Indestructium / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mainstream Obscurity / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Man of Kryptonite / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mauve Shirt / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Meta Origin / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Might as Well Not Be in Prison at All / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mind over Matter / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mis-blamed / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Missing Floor / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mix-and-Match Man / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Multicolored Hair / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Multiple-Choice Past / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
My Friends... and Zoidberg / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
My Hero, Zero / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
My Suit Is Also Super / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Myth Arc / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Naked on Revival / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Nature vs. Nurture / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
No-Dialogue Episode / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Non-Ironic Clown / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Non-Mammal Mammaries / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Non Sequitur Causality / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Not a Game / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Not So Stoic / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Nothing Is the Same Anymore / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Odd Couple / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Omniglot / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Origins Episode / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Orphanage of Love / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Orwellian Retcon / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Outdoor Bath Peeping / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Pandering to the Base / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Parental Obliviousness / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Parody Magic Spell / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Piranha Problem / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Platonic Life-Partners / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Power of the Void / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Power-Upgrading Deformation / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Powered Armor / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Pregnant Badass / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Prolonged Prologue / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Ptero Soarer / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Public Domain Artifact / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Questionable Consent / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Rage Against the Heavens / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Rape by Proxy / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Reconstruction / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Red and Black and Evil All Over / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Red Skies Crossover / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Reforged into a Minion / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Relationship Upgrade / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Reluctant Fanservice Girl / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Ret-Gone / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Retool / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Rule of Seven / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Same Character, but Different / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Satellite Love Interest / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Screw the Rules, I Have Supernatural Powers! / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Secondary Character Title / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Secret Identity Apathy / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Secret Identity Identity / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Selective Obliviousness / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Self-Made Orphan / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Series Continuity Error / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Series Fauxnale / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Shipping Bed Death / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Shooting Superman / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Sibling Switch Squick / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Sidekick Graduations Stick / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Sinister Sentient Sun / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Smug Super / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Social Services Does Not Exist / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Something Person / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Speaks Fluent Animal / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Square-Cube Law / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Stalker with a Test Tube / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Star-Spangled Spandex / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Strangled by the Red String / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Straw Feminist / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Super Family Team / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Superheroes Stay Single / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Superman Stays Out of Gotham / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Supernatural-Proof Father / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
TV Head Robot / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Take That, Audience! / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Takes One to Kill One / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Team Member in the Adaptation / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Team Pet / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Tear Off Your Face / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Terrible Interviewees Montage / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Terrifying Rescuer / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Adjectival Superhero / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Chooser of The One / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Chosen Zero / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Earth-Prime Theory / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Hero Dies / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Mole / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Multiverse / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Needless / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The New Adventures / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Only One Allowed to Defeat You / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Social Darwinist / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The World Is Not Ready / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Character / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Third-Option Love Interest / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Throne Made of X / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Throwing Off the Disability / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Token Evil Teammate / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Tomboyish Ponytail / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Tonto Talk / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Transplant / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Trenchcoat Brigade / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Tron Lines / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Trope Overdosed / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
2D Visuals, 3D Effects / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Ultimate Universe / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Underwear of Power / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Unexpected Character / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Unrelated in the Adaptation / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Unusual Chapter Numbers / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Urban Legend Love Life / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Vengeance Denied / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Voice with an Internet Connection / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
WTH, Costuming Department? / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Walking Wasteland / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
We Used to Be Friends / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Weakened by the Light / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Wearing a Flag on Your Head / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
We're Still Relevant, Dammit! / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
West Coast Team / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
What a Drag / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
White Hair, Black Heart / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
White Man's Burden / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Whole Episode Flashback / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Wife-Basher Basher / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Will They or Won't They? / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Wire Dilemma / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Wolverine Publicity / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Wonder Twin Powers / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
World's Strongest Man / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Would Rather Suffer / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
You and What Army? / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
You Don't Look Like You / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
You Killed My Father / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Yuki-onna / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Awesome Art / Sugar Wiki / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Electric Black Guy / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Flying Dutchman / int_e8a4ef81
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kryptonite Ring / int_5f76cba1
 New 52 (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Strange-Syntax Speaker / int_5f76cba1