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Top 10 DC Comics Superheroes

Updated on April 29, 2011

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Here's the Top 10 Superheroes from DC COmics. See who's number one and leave feedback on who your Top 10 list would be.

You can also check out the Top 10 DC Comics Villains.

#10 - Robin

 Robin, aka. the Boy Wonder, first appeared in the Detective Comics #38 (April, 1940). Robin is best known as being the sidekick to Batman.

#9 - Hawkman

  Hawkman first appeared in Flash Comics #1, published by All-American Publications in 1940. Symbocially known for his hawk costume and large weapons.

#8 - Martian Manhunter

J'onn J'onzz first appeared in Detective Comics #225 (November 1955). He was teleported from Mars to Earth. Became a founding member of the Justice League. Had super strength, speed, telekinesis, and shape shifting.

#7 - Green Arrow

Green Arrow, aka Oliver Queen, was a multi-billionaire by day and crime fighter by night. He first appeared in More Fun Comics #73 in 1941.

#6 - Flash

Flash first appeared in Flash Comics #1 in 1940. He is best known for his super speed. Flash gained his powers through an explosion in his science lab.

#5 - Aquaman

 Aquaman first apppeared in More Fun Comics #73 (Nov. 1941). He was the King of the Sea with powers that allowed him to communicate with every underwater creature.

#4 - Green Lantern

 First appeared in All-American Comics #16 (July 1940). Green Lantern has a powering and lantern. Green Lantern was an intergalactic guardian.

#3 - Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman first appeared in All-Star Comice #8 (December 1941). Also known as Diana, Princess of the Amazons. She posseses super strenght, magic lasso, and invisible jet.

#2 - Batman

Batman first appeared in Detective Comics #27 (May 1939). His original secret identity was Bruce Wayne and multi-billionaire. He hails from Gotham City and sometimes teams up with Robin. Also known as the Dark Knight.

#1 Superman

Superman was first created in 1932 but didn't appear in comic form until 1938 (Actiion Comics #1). Superman was from the planet Krypton and became the greatest savior for mankind. He has such powers as superstrength, speed, flying, and shoots laser beams from his eyes.


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