Updated on 16 October, 2021
Here s a quick look at DC Comics superheros that will be coming to HBO Max. This new list is going to include all the new episodes of DC Comics primetime shows which previously aired on NBC. This new service now is known as DC Universe Infinity, which provides a huge library of digital comic books. The DC comics TV show influenced by the X-Men and Spiderman has proven to be very popular for FX Networks and now it will come to you through this service as well. The list of superheros that will be available through this service includes Batman: The Chase, Smallville, Gotham City, The Flash, Supergirl, Justice League, Arrow, The Vampire Diaries, and many others.
The Flash was one of the biggest surprises last year in terms of ratings and popularity. People were so surprised by the speedster's abilities that they immediately made him one of the most popular and fastest growing comic book superheros. The Flash series focuses on a young professional named Barry Allen who accidentally speeds into an experimental time warp and encounters his future self; his future wife Iris and his mother, who both turn out to be supervillains. The adventures of the young hero continue in the spinoff series, The Flash, which is now in its third season. For a full list of featured characters and brief descriptions of their powers, please visit the DC Comics website.
The Incredible Hulk is one of the oldest superheroes around. He is a world class strongman who uses natural augmentation gels called Gamma radiation and gamma rays to increase his strength. In the early days, the Hulk was considered to be among the more dangerous of all the Marvel characters. A number of lesser-known characters have appeared in the past few years to take up the slack where once belonged to the Hulk, including Dr. Curtricks, Bridget Fonda, Rocket Raccoon, Val Kilmer, and more.
The X-Men are perhaps the most well known and most popular superheroes of all-time. With the advent of movies, cartoons, television shows, and video games, the X-Men have evolved into a multi-dimensional character and popular role model for younger generations. All-Star Spider-Man, Ghost Rider, Wolverine, Cyclops, Phoenix, and many other lesser-known heroes have taken up the roles of the X-Men in comics as well. Many of these classic characters have appeared in multiple titles over the years as well.
Green Arrow has been around since the Golden Age of comics, and has consistently ranked in the top ten most popular superheroes. The modern day Green Arrow is a much different character than he was in the comic books and cartoons of the past. Oliver Queen/Green Arrow has gone through a number of changes throughout the years, and is now a cold and emotionless killer known as the Hooded Arrow. He is the brother of Oliver Queen, the comic book hero known as the Green Arrow. The two superheroes work together in order to provide city with super powers, though they have a bad history often at odds with each other.
Hawkgirl is one of the few female superheroes to make her debut in the DC Universe. She was introduced in the detective comics, and has been featured multiple times in various different mediums. She has been made even more appealing and mysterious in recent years with the introduction of her own comic book series. Hawkgirl first showed up in the World's Finest Comics, and has gone on to be a featured character in several other popular titles such as Justice League: Tower of Heroes, Justice League: Earthbound, Justice League: New York, and Birds of Prey.
Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman are DC's corner of the superhero world. They are often represented in a variety of different ways in their comics, but each version of these beloved superheroes represents a different take on the character that has come to represent strength, justice, and truth. Batman is generally shown as the traditional, dark knight of Gotham city who deals with criminals using his bat mobile. Superman is often represented as the Clark Kent of Smallville, Kansas, who possesses super strength, is the Daily Planet's Clark Kent, and is known for his time with theutah Kara Kent, whom he eventually marries.
Aquaman is an original DC comic book superhero and one of the most well known. He is a master swimmer and aquatic-man who owns the undersea kingdom of New Island. In keeping with traditional myths, he is also the son of a legendary mermaid and the sea king. The modern Aquaman has undergone a variety of different costume changes over the years, from his original green armband to the blue and white "S" symbol on his chest. Finally, in most continuity reels, the classic green arrow is replaced with the much more contemporary symbol, the stylized rectangle.