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• DC Comics created a hero called Matter-Eater Lad in 1962. His power was that he could eat any type of matter in all forms, even if it was supposed to be indestructible, and he could eat at super speeds.
• Superman's archenemy Lex Luthor was originally supposed to have a thick head of red hair, but when a new artist started working on a strip that featured a bald henchman, the new artist mistook the bald guy for Luthor, and he's been bald ever since.
• In 1996, the US Postal Service released a set of commemorative stamps featuring DC Comics heroes. This was the first time comic book art appeared on stamps.
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The face of the classic comics format, DC Comics typically feature universal themes of good and evil and traditional comic artwork. The quintessential comic company, it's Justice League is perhaps the most identifiable set of heroes out there, featuring the likes of Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. Though it's heroes have their fair share of turmoil, DC Comics takes a back-to-basics approach and creates the world we all want to see, where the good guys always triumph in the end. Pay tribute with a great Batman t-shirt, Superman wallet, and many others!