So who is Mon-El anyway? In the Superman comics in the nineteen-fifties, Halk-Kar was an alien who crash-lands as an amnesiac alien on Earth in a
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Originally Doomsday Clock, the unauthorised sequel to Watchmen, published by DC Comics, was meant to reveal a near-future of the DC Comics Universe.
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In today's Legion Of Super-Heroes: Millennium, we see Rose/Thorn's continuing immortal walk through a thousand years of DC Comics continuity to meet
Today sees the publication of Superman #15, solicited as part of DC's Year Of The Villain crossover, but is it really? There seems to be a real absence of