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  1. Your Favorite Representation of a non-Trilogy DC Character in Other Media

    What is your favorite representation of a DC character (ASIDE from Superman, Batman or Wonder Woman) outside of comics?

    (PS--if you want to chime in on the trilogy I posted the same question in...
  2. What is your favorite representation of Wonder Woman in other media?

    The title says it all. What is your favorite representation of Wonder Woman outside of comics?
  3. What is your favorite representation of Batman in other media?

    The title says it all. What is your favorite representation of Batman outside of comics?
  4. What is your favorite representation of Superman in other media?

    The title says it all. What is your favorite representation of Superman outside of comics?
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    Just as a point of reference, these are the top 5...

    Just as a point of reference, these are the top 5 DC movies of all time, adjusted for inflation.

    1) The Dark Knight
    2) Batman
    3) The Dark Knight Rises
    4) Superman
    5) Wonder Woman
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_5282-S-pI
  7. Though I think I've settled on Martian Manhunter...

    Though I think I've settled on Martian Manhunter for my 4th. Thanagar can wait till the next phase.
  8. Yay! Another vote for Hawkman. Though really...

    Yay! Another vote for Hawkman. Though really just do a whole Hawk(man/girl/woman) movie. Just tell the whole story with barely any link to the rest of the DCEU and go from there.
  9. These three would align nicely with what I'm...

    These three would align nicely with what I'm looking for. And it would add Black Canary into the mix, which is what I was going to bring up next. I'm still looking for a 4th though. Anyone have...
  10. I'd also like Martian Manhunter, the Atom &...

    I'd also like Martian Manhunter, the Atom & Hawkman to get some movie love.
  11. I know I'm already kind of breaking your rules...

    I know I'm already kind of breaking your rules but if we assume a "phase" equals 8 films, as you have above, and we carve out half of them for sequels to all of the above, that leaves 4.

    Superman...
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    Though introduced in MORE FUN in 1941, Aquaman...

    Though introduced in MORE FUN in 1941, Aquaman never appeared on a cover till 1960.

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    MORE FUN COMICS also introduced Congo Bill in...

    MORE FUN COMICS also introduced Congo Bill in 1940.

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    With issue #108 (March 1946), and superheroes...

    With issue #108 (March 1946), and superheroes increasingly out of style, More Fun became an all-humor title, which lasted until its cancellation.

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    Its final issue was #127 (December 1947)...
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    Dover & Clover were the stars by issue #107...

    Dover & Clover were the stars by issue #107 (January 1946), which was the last issue to carry Green Arrow & Speedy, Johnny Quick, Superboy and Aquaman (the Spectre and Doctor Fate had already been...
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    Superboy got his only solo More Fun cover the...

    Superboy got his only solo More Fun cover the next issue.

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    The issue after that, #104 (July 1945), Superboy...

    The issue after that, #104 (July 1945), Superboy got his first cover, which he shared with Dover & Clover.

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    The next cover featured a rare humor-adventure...

    The next cover featured a rare humor-adventure pairing when it included Green Arrow & Speedy and Dover & Clover together.

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    A humor feature returned to the cover the next...

    A humor feature returned to the cover the next issue which featured Dover & Clover.

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    Green Arrow & Speedy, Johnny Quick, the Spectre,...

    Green Arrow & Speedy, Johnny Quick, the Spectre, Doctor Fate and Aquaman remained the stars of the book (though Aquaman was the only one to never get a cover) until issue #101 (January 1945), which...
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    Green Arrow & Speedy remained the cover stars for...

    Green Arrow & Speedy remained the cover stars for several issues until #86 (December 1942) which featured Johnny Quick, who had debuted in issue #71, more than a year earlier.

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    Green Arrow & Speedy got their first cover with...

    Green Arrow & Speedy got their first cover with issue #77 (March 1942).

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    The Spectre dominated the covers after that (with...

    The Spectre dominated the covers after that (with Doctor Fate a close second) and issue #73 (November 1941) introduced Green Arrow & Speedy and Aquaman.

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    Three months later, Doctor Fate made his first...

    Three months later, Doctor Fate made his first appearance.

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    With his first cover the very next issue, #56 (June 1940).

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    In February 1940, More Fun Comics #52 introduced...

    In February 1940, More Fun Comics #52 introduced the Spectre.

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