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Batman #78 Martian Manhunter Title Splash, DC Comics, 1953.
Most comic book fans today are familiar with J'onn J'onzz, the Martian Manhunter, who first appeared in Detective Comics #225 (cover-dated November 1955) and has gone on to become a major DC Comics character But fewer people realize that J'onn J'onzz was not the first Martian Manhunter to debut at DC Comics.  He was preceded[...]
Justice League Comics To Get Zack Snyder Cut Covers From DC
But if anyone doesn't want to receive the free comic books, they are encouraged to contact Lunar Distribution to cancel them. That may be the only way to avoid seeing the Snyder Cut spoiler below… Zack Snyder Cut Cover by Liam Sharp Zack Snyder Cut Cover by Lee Bermejo Zack Snyder Cut Cover by Jim Lee with the Martian[...]
Death Metal #7 Omniverse
And which villains and heroes? Credit: Death Metal #7 from DC Comics, Yanick Paquette Is that Lex Luthor trying to do Diff'rent Strokes? And we also get an idea of where Martian Manhunter, Wally West and others will be in DC Infinite Frontier from March onwards, absent as they are from the new Justice League – with[...]
First Appearance Of Martian Manhunter On Auction Today At Heritage
Martian Manhunter doesn't get the due he is deserved Sure, us comic folk know and appreciate him for the most part, but the general public is doing themselves a disservice not knowing the joy of reading a comic book starring J'onn J'onzz Even comic fans tend to forget him until they see him in something[...]
Martian Manhunter Art Scale 1/10 DC Comics from Iron Studios
Martian Manhunter is back with a new 1/10 scale statue as J'onn J'onzz is here in all his green glory and stands 12" tall He is wearing his main costume with the red chest harness with the blue cape and underpants The Iron Studios team hand painted and crafted the Martian Manhunter to perfection The[...]
"Supergirl" Star David Harewood Teases J'onn's New Super Suit
Case-in-point, David Harewood's J'onn J'onzz aka Martian Manhunter – with the actor taking to Twitter to tease fans with an image of a new "super suit" that's on its way. The CW Considering what's coming their way, here's hoping it's got some serious firewall protection (and gets good wifi reception, because that would really suck): New SuperSuit coming[...]
Martian Manhunter and Lex Luthor Team Up in This Week's Justice League #17
We're learning a lot about Martian Manhunter in recent issues of Justice League Last issue, Justice League #16, showed us just how much J'onn has in common with Marvel Chairman Ike Perlmutter (both have had their DNA stolen), but perhaps the most unsavory connection he'll be forming happens in this week's Justice League #17 No,[...]
It's An Invasion! 8 Essential Young Justice Season 2 Episodes
First, does the episode serve the characters, either by introducing a character, providing us a deeper look at the character's motivations, or by changing the character in some manner? Second, does the episode serve to advance one of the primary story threads running through the season? If an episode answers both of those questions, then[...]
Steve Orlando and Riley Rossmo Explore Martian Manhunter's Origins in December
Martian Manhunter, the DC Comics superhero who David S Goyer once said only virgins knew about, is getting his own 12-issue maxi-series at DC Comics in December Steve Orlando and Riley Rossmo are the creative team for the book, which will explore J'onn J'onzz's origins in the framework of a detective story set on Earth[...]
Justice League #7 cover by Jim Cheung, Walden Wong, and Mark Morales
Martian Manhunter gets a lengthy monologue about it near the end of the book, but it doesn't really tell us anything about what it is. There is more good banter to make this team feel more like a team The Batman impressions are back, and the team bonds and buries past grudges I like this close-knit[...]
Justice League #6 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez
Batman and Hawkgirl make a last rally to stop the two rogues, but Batman, Superman, and Martian Manhunter are sent back to the Hall of Justice with Hawkgirl now missing Umbrax and Sinestro are close to indoctrinating all the Earth into the Invisible Spectrum, and Gorilla Grodd has the Flash powerless through the Still Force. Justice[...]