For some reason, the longtime Justice League member and friend to the Flash hasn’t been seen much since Flashpoint…
Giving one of the earliest superheroes a supernatural successor, we have the new Crimson Avenger.
A blind surgeon-turned-superhero, decades before Daredevil came along.
The Man of the Hour, a Justice Society mainstay, hasn’t been seen in a while. Does someone have a problem with a hero who gains his superhuman abilities due to popping pills?
The embodiment of America has been a superhero, too.
A manequin comes to life as some sort of idealized hippie.
Gimmick cover ideas don’t always lead to good hero ideas.
This character may have been the first female superhero. Or its someone’s worst nightmare. Probably a bit of both.
Combining the bad idea of half-assed racial inclusion and half-assed “bold new team created by a company-wide crossover event!”
Deadpool isn’t the only hero who can break the fourth wall, though Deadpool may be the only such character to get his own movie.