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The DC Multiverse - Shift Ship Classification

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SHIFT SHIP CLASSIFICATION

Powered by caged baby universes, Shift Ships are Monitor nano-tech probes designed to facilitate the investigation, maintenance and control of the Multiversal Orrery of Worlds – microscopic in scale within the Monitor Sphere, they appear immense inside the Orrery. 232 more words

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A Boy and his BAT(MAN)

As the superhero of my youth, I dreamed I could fly.
Literally.
So, as a young lad of 6 or 7, I’d grab my mother’s finest tea towel, tie it a bit too tightly around my neck, and jump, joyfully and willfully, off of any ledge, platform, or stairwell I encountered. 1,379 more words

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Comic-Con: Grant Morrison educates fans about DC's 'Multiversity'

When Grant Morrison thinks of the DC multiverse, he hears a song.

“Basically, the DC universe is a piece of music,” the acclaimed Scottish writer told the “Multiversity Enroll” panel Friday afternoon at Comic-Con International in San Diego. 1,025 more words

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Trailers You Might've Missed - Arrow: Season 3 (First Look)

Alright alright, the only reason you “might’ve missed” this trailer is because it has literally just been released. But for fans who’ve followed the show thus far, this season promises to bring plenty new to the table. 91 more words

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GALLERY: Batwoman Bishoujo Kotobuyika Figure

Several days after the teaser picture was posted on Kotobuyika’s Facebook page, full-sized pictures are now available to view of Batwoman added onto their Bishoujo figure line. 40 more words

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Sadder Batman (Design Gallery Updates)

See Sadder Batman and the rest of the insanity in my design gallery.

Check out Sad Superman and find out if you or someone you love are… 13 more words

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Top Picks From DC Collectibles Reveal at 2014 SDCC

By Michael Richter 

DC Collectibles unveiled to the press action figures and statues that will be releasing to the public in the near future, at San Diego Comic-Con. 248 more words