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The user possesses incredibly extensive knowledge and skill in many types and ways of stealth tactics, enabling them to easily slip in and out of areas undetected. Their abilities in all manners of stealth are so refined they appear as mere illusions to those who have been lucky to spot the user. The users of this ability can move throughout even the most guarded of areas and act in true discretion.

The '05–'08 comic book series that DC Comics claimed would "strip down the Man of Steel," did just that, breathing new life into the superhero with classic, straightforward storytelling and beautiful art. Timeless.

Originally published as periodical comics in '86, this is arguably the finest Batman yarn ever told and inarguably the coolest Robin in all of Robinhood. Frank Miller is a master of storytelling and the Batman of Dark Knight Returns is 55 years old, super grumpy, and absolutely perfect. He is accompanied by 13-year-old Carrie Kelley — girl Robin and tenacious badass.

Bendis is one of the most talented superhero storytellers of our time and the complex, blind superhero Daredevil is even more compelling than usual in his capable hands. Bendis' Daredevil stories, which ran from '01–'05, read less like traditional superhero adventures and more like urban noir detective stories — with just a pinch of heightened senses. His and Maleev's run is collected in a three-volume "ultimate collection."

Batman? Superman? Groot, even? The greatest comic-book characters in the canon have been debated and argued over for decades. The creations of Bon Kane, Bill Finger, Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, Stan Lee and co. undoubtedly form a might canon – in every sense. Empire has delved into it and picked 50 super-powered specimens we believe stand are the greatest in the pantheon.

Trademarks : A Billowing, semi-sentient cape, trailing chains, glowing green eyes and hell-derived magical powers.
On Screen : An award-winning HBO animated series ran in the late '90s, as well as a markedly less successful live action movie starring Michael Jai White . A sequel is currently in development and has been since 1998.
Did You Know? : The scope of Spawn's hell magic is limited only by his imagination. The energy fuelling it, however, is not and if Spawn ever exhausts his reserves it's a one-way ticket back to hell.

Trademarks : Poor fashion sense, middle-aged frustration, dour outlook and general whining.
On Screen : Cinematic sad sack Paul Giamatti plays Pekar in the film version of American Splendor .
Did You Know? : Jonathan Demme tried to adapt American Splendor in the '80s, but the project never came to fruition as Demme wasn't yet an established director.

The Trono colony on LV-871 is under attack. Emergency evacuations are ordered. Evac shuttles are taking off. All twelve-year-old Maxon and his mom have to do is make it to the spaceport. Except between them and it are . . Aliens!

• Gabriel Hardman storyboarded the films Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, Logan, Dawn of Planet of the Apes, and many others!

Neil Gaiman (W), P. Craig Russell (W/A), Scott Hampton (A/C), Glenn Fabry (Cover), Adam Brown (Cover), and David Mack (Variant cover)

The user possesses incredibly extensive knowledge and skill in many types and ways of stealth tactics, enabling them to easily slip in and out of areas undetected. Their abilities in all manners of stealth are so refined they appear as mere illusions to those who have been lucky to spot the user. The users of this ability can move throughout even the most guarded of areas and act in true discretion.

The '05–'08 comic book series that DC Comics claimed would "strip down the Man of Steel," did just that, breathing new life into the superhero with classic, straightforward storytelling and beautiful art. Timeless.

Originally published as periodical comics in '86, this is arguably the finest Batman yarn ever told and inarguably the coolest Robin in all of Robinhood. Frank Miller is a master of storytelling and the Batman of Dark Knight Returns is 55 years old, super grumpy, and absolutely perfect. He is accompanied by 13-year-old Carrie Kelley — girl Robin and tenacious badass.

Bendis is one of the most talented superhero storytellers of our time and the complex, blind superhero Daredevil is even more compelling than usual in his capable hands. Bendis' Daredevil stories, which ran from '01–'05, read less like traditional superhero adventures and more like urban noir detective stories — with just a pinch of heightened senses. His and Maleev's run is collected in a three-volume "ultimate collection."

The user possesses incredibly extensive knowledge and skill in many types and ways of stealth tactics, enabling them to easily slip in and out of areas undetected. Their abilities in all manners of stealth are so refined they appear as mere illusions to those who have been lucky to spot the user. The users of this ability can move throughout even the most guarded of areas and act in true discretion.

The '05–'08 comic book series that DC Comics claimed would "strip down the Man of Steel," did just that, breathing new life into the superhero with classic, straightforward storytelling and beautiful art. Timeless.

Originally published as periodical comics in '86, this is arguably the finest Batman yarn ever told and inarguably the coolest Robin in all of Robinhood. Frank Miller is a master of storytelling and the Batman of Dark Knight Returns is 55 years old, super grumpy, and absolutely perfect. He is accompanied by 13-year-old Carrie Kelley — girl Robin and tenacious badass.

Bendis is one of the most talented superhero storytellers of our time and the complex, blind superhero Daredevil is even more compelling than usual in his capable hands. Bendis' Daredevil stories, which ran from '01–'05, read less like traditional superhero adventures and more like urban noir detective stories — with just a pinch of heightened senses. His and Maleev's run is collected in a three-volume "ultimate collection."

Batman? Superman? Groot, even? The greatest comic-book characters in the canon have been debated and argued over for decades. The creations of Bon Kane, Bill Finger, Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, Stan Lee and co. undoubtedly form a might canon – in every sense. Empire has delved into it and picked 50 super-powered specimens we believe stand are the greatest in the pantheon.

Trademarks : A Billowing, semi-sentient cape, trailing chains, glowing green eyes and hell-derived magical powers.
On Screen : An award-winning HBO animated series ran in the late '90s, as well as a markedly less successful live action movie starring Michael Jai White . A sequel is currently in development and has been since 1998.
Did You Know? : The scope of Spawn's hell magic is limited only by his imagination. The energy fuelling it, however, is not and if Spawn ever exhausts his reserves it's a one-way ticket back to hell.

Trademarks : Poor fashion sense, middle-aged frustration, dour outlook and general whining.
On Screen : Cinematic sad sack Paul Giamatti plays Pekar in the film version of American Splendor .
Did You Know? : Jonathan Demme tried to adapt American Splendor in the '80s, but the project never came to fruition as Demme wasn't yet an established director.

The user possesses incredibly extensive knowledge and skill in many types and ways of stealth tactics, enabling them to easily slip in and out of areas undetected. Their abilities in all manners of stealth are so refined they appear as mere illusions to those who have been lucky to spot the user. The users of this ability can move throughout even the most guarded of areas and act in true discretion.



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