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Nintendo Everything » Blog Archive » Injustice: Gods Among Us infographics cover the game’s roster

To celebrate the release of Injustice: Gods Among Us on April 17th, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment has commissioned these cool infographics for both newcomers to DC Comics and die-hard fans alike.

To celebrate the release of Injustice: Gods Among Us on April 17th, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment has commissioned these cool infographics for both newcomers to DC Comics and die-hard fans alike.

Fiercest Females in Marvel & DC Comics: An Infographic

Fiercest Females in Comics: An Infographic

youngjusticer:    Billy Batson was an orphan chosen to be a champion of good by a wizard who gifted Batson with the power of six legendary Greek figures, and when he spoke the wizard’s name, he became an adult hero empowered by gods. Check out Flash and Green Lantern as well. SHAZAM!  Captain Marvel, by Kim Intae.

youngjusticer: Billy Batson was an orphan chosen to be a champion of good by a wizard who gifted Batson with the power of six legendary Greek figures, and when he spoke the wizard’s name, he became an adult hero empowered by gods. Check out Flash and Green Lantern as well. SHAZAM! Captain Marvel, by Kim Intae.

Batwoman, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Catwoman, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Raven, Ms. SHAZAM, Hawkgirl, Powergirl, Batgirl, Black Canary, Huntress, Zatanna, Big Barda! DC Heroes by Bruce Timm

Batwoman, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Catwoman, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Raven, Ms. SHAZAM, Hawkgirl, Powergirl, Batgirl, Black Canary, Huntress, Zatanna, Big Barda! DC Heroes by Bruce Timm

DR.FATE - one of the best character designs ever.  Created in 1940 by Gardiner Fox and Howard Sherman.  Dr. Fate's look has changed very little since.  This image is a painting by the incredible Tom Fleming.

DR.FATE - one of the best character designs ever. Created in 1940 by Gardiner Fox and Howard Sherman. Dr. Fate's look has changed very little since. This image is a painting by the incredible Tom Fleming.

Hawkman first appeared in Flash Comics #1 (1940), and was a featured character in that title throughout the 1940s. This Hawkman was Carter Hall, a reincarnation of an ancient Egyptian prince, Khufu, who had in the modern day discovered that the mysterious "ninth metal" could negate the effects of gravity and allow him to fly. An archaeologist by trade, Hall uses ancient weapons from the museum of which he was curator in his efforts.

Hawkman first appeared in Flash Comics #1 (1940), and was a featured character in that title throughout the 1940s. This Hawkman was Carter Hall, a reincarnation of an ancient Egyptian prince, Khufu, who had in the modern day discovered that the mysterious "ninth metal" could negate the effects of gravity and allow him to fly. An archaeologist by trade, Hall uses ancient weapons from the museum of which he was curator in his efforts.

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