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Stan Lee would be (somewhat) impressed
Posted on Sunday, March 11 2007 @ 01:06:47 Eastern

I happened to (impulsively) borrow the DC Comics Encyclopedia from my Comicon-crazed friend, Christine (a woman, horrah!), and I flipped through the entire thing today. I knew about the Superman, Batman, Justice League, and Teen Titans (most any DC character shown on TV), but I never knew just how large the DC universe actually is. One thousand superheroes and villians filled the pages, and the encyclopedia admits that there are even more. As such, I had to revise my top 3 favorite DC superheroes to:

- Nightwing (a sidekick that actually succeeded on his own)
- Parallax (Green Lantern gone bad-ass)
- and Wildcat (trained Batman and Catwoman - 'nuff said)

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