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In the story unit of the comic "Flashpoint", which character becomes the Joker?

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What was the name of the son of Oliver Queen, who later succeeded as the new "Green Arrow"?

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Which DC restart comic series inspired the storyline of the 2017 movie "Justice League"?

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In the "Batman" universe, how many "Robins" are there in total?

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What is the real name of Swamp Thing?

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What kind of metal is the bracelet of Wonder Woman made of?

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The Flash" Barry Allen's brother Malcolm Thawne grows up. Which villain will he become?

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Which superhero’s father was killed in an air crash?

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Which of the following fictional villains was selected as the president of the United States in the comics?

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Which of the following is not a current or former member of the "Suicide Squad"?

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Which villain character in "Batman" was inspired by the mascot of a certain brand of cigarette advertisement?

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Which super villain has been dubbed by actor Mark Hamill for about 20 years?

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Which of the following super villain characters was originally created for the anime series?

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Which of the following comic artists have worked for Marvel and DC Comics?

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According to the 1960s version of the comics, which evil force prompted the "Justice League" to organize a confrontation for the first time?

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The DC Universe (DCEU) is the fictional shared universe where most stories in American comic book titles published by DC Comics take place. DC superheroes such as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, The Flash, Green Lantern and Aquaman are from this universe, as well as teams such as the Justice League and the Teen Titans. It also contains well-known supervillains such as Lex Luthor, the Joker, Sinestro, Harley Quinn, Reverse-Flash, Darkseid, General Zod, Penguin, the Riddler, Catwoman, Ra’s al Ghul, Bane and Two-Face. In context, the term “DC Universe” usually refers to the main DC continuity. The term “DC Multiverse” refers to the collection of all continuities within DC Comics publications. Within the Multiverse, the main DC Universe has gone by many names, but in recent years has been referred to by “Prime Earth” (not to be confused with “Earth Prime”) or “Earth 0”. The main DC Universe, as well as the alternate realities related to it, were quickly adapted to other media such as film serials or radio dramas. In subsequent decades, the continuity between all of these media became increasingly complex with certain storylines and events designed to simplify or streamline the more confusing aspects of characters’ histories. The 2011 reboot of the DC Universe coincided with DC’s publishing event The New 52, during which the publisher cancelled its ongoing titles and relaunched 52 new books, including a number of new books, set within a revised continuity. This follows the conclusion of the Flashpoint crossover storyline, which provided a jumping-off point for the existing continuity. A number of in-universe changes are intended to make characters more modern and accessible, though the scope of the changes varies from character to character. Some like Batman have their histories left largely intact, though compressed, while others were given wildly different histories and looks. DC stopped putting ‘The New 52’ logo on its publications in the summer of 2015, coinciding with the Convergence anniversary crossover event which celebrated the history of the DC Multiverse and its various incarnations. The basic concept of the DC Universe is that it is just like the real world, but with superheroes and supervillains existing in it. However, there are other corollary differences resulting from the justifications implied by that main concept. Many fictional countries, such as Qurac, Vlatava, and Zandia, exist in it. Though stories are often set in the United States of America, they are as often as not set in fictional cities, such as Gotham City or Metropolis. These cities are effectively archetypes of cities, with Gotham City embodying more of the negative aspects of life in a large city, and Metropolis reflecting more of the positive aspects. Sentient alien species (such as Kryptonians and Thanagarians) and even functioning interstellar societies are generally known to exist, and the arrival of alien spacecraft is not uncommon. Technologies which are only theoretical in the real world, such as artificial intelligence or are outright impossible according to modern science, such as faster-than-light travel, are functional and reproducible, though they are often portrayed as highly experimental and difficult to achieve. Demonstrable magic exists and can be learned. The general history of the fictional world is similar to the real one (for instance, there was a Roman Empire, and World War II and 9/11 both occurred), but many fantastic additions exist, such as the known existence of Atlantis. In recent years, stories have increasingly described events which bring the DC Universe farther away from reality, such as World War III occurring, Lex Luthor being elected as President of the United States in 2000, and entire cities and countries being destroyed. There are other minor variations, such as the Earth being slightly larger than ours (to accommodate the extra countries), and the planet Saturn having 18 moons rather than 19 because Superman destroyed one. What DC Live-Action Movies Are Available on HBO Max? We’ve compiled our list of all the DC movies streaming on HBO Max right now, listed in order of the year they were released. While the DC films of the past few years like Justice League and Batman v Superman have been establishing lore for an extended universe in the same vein as the MCU, the films on this list are much more likely to be standalone additions like Joker, or have their own self-contained canon, such as Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. Unlike our Marvel watch guide, there’s not a specific viewing order we recommend, as the DCEU has just as many alternate universes, time travel shenanigans, and reincarnations as the comics they’re based on. Here’s All the DC Universe Content You Can Stream on HBO Max.

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