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Hro Cards Chapter 1 Superior LINE ART INKS (Unscanned)

Hro Cards Chapter 1 Superior LINE ART INKS (Unscanned)

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  • Batman
  • Superman
  • Wonder Woman
  • Batman & Catwoman
  • Detective Comics #1000 (2019) Variant Cover
  • John Constantine
  • Green Lantern & Black Lanterns
  • The Flash
  • The Joker

Only a few people know that Batman is secretly Bruce Wayne. However, it is generally known that Wayne is one of Batman’s sources of funds, through a Wayne Enterprises subsidiary called Batman Incorporated.

Superman is the first superhero in comics, beginning the Golden Age with his appearance in 1938 and spawning many imitators. He was also the first to get a comic of his own rather than appearing in an anthology.

After her debuts in All-Star and Sensation Comics, Wonder Woman got her own comic in June of 1942 and has remained the best-selling and most well-known superheroine around ever since.
Batman and Catwoman were once engaged to be wed, with Bruce proposing using the same diamond Selina had tried to steal in their first encounter. However, Catwoman stood him up at the altar, fearing their relationship was a liability to him.

Batman’s Greatest Enemies, from Detective Comics #1000! Clockwise from lower left: Penguin, Poison Ivy, Two-Face, Joker, Riddler, Professor Pyg, and Harley Quinn.

John Constantine is one of the world’s most formidable magicians, born in England but operating out of New York City and occasionally also as a member of Justice League Dark. He is cynical and rude, but almost always fights alongside the good guys.

The demon Nekron created the Black Lantern Corps, an army raised from the dead by Black Power Rings. In The Blackest Night, many superheroes were forced to face their former friends and allies who had been turned into zombies.

Flash was the first person in the DC Universe to travel to another world in the multiverse. His speed also allows him to travel in time, though doing so usually has its dangers and drawbacks, to say the least!

The Joker’s true origin is uncertain, but it is known that he had once been one of the criminals who wore the Red Hood costume. When robbing the Ace Chemical Plant, he accidentally fell into a vat of toxins that bleached his skin and drove him insane.

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