Posted June 02, 2019 16:00:50 We are in the midst of a new era of super-powered characters in the ’80-era, and the new era looks like it is filled with some of the most exciting and iconic super-heros ever to grace the pages of comic books.
In this series of posts, we will explore the characters, settings and their influences that make up the new generation of super heroes.
This series is all about the new heroes in the 80s.
First up is Batman, who is back in his classic Robin suit with a few extra powers.
The character was introduced in 1986 and starred in several films.
In his earliest incarnation, Batman was a young, naive, law-abiding young man who had been raised by a single mother.
He was also raised by Robin.
But when he joined the Justice League, he decided to become the most dangerous man on Earth.
His alter ego was Dick Grayson, who was also a former Robin and the alter ego of a man named Dick Grayson who had become a super-criminal.
A series of events led to the Joker becoming a member of the Justice Society of America, who were led by Batman and his partner Commissioner Gordon.
It was soon revealed that he had killed several members of the JSA, including Bruce Wayne.
Batman went on to become a member in the League, and became one of the greatest heroes the world had ever seen.
There are other superheroes in the current incarnation of the ’90s, like Spider-Man, who became a member and was later revived by the Avengers in the form of Spider-Woman.
Finally, there are the two super-villains, Electro and the Punisher.
Electro was originally a member on the original Avengers team, and later became one-half of the Sinister Six.
He was eventually captured by the villain known as Electro, and was eventually freed by the new Guardians of the Galaxy, who recruited him to their team.
Electro later joined the Guardians of Earth-Two, who later became the Guardians.
As a result of the events of Infinity War, his former teammates have since re-formed the Sinisters, and Electro has now returned to his former status as the leader of the original Sinister Seven.
Next up is Green Lantern, who has been around for years now.
He first appeared in 1991’s Green Lantern #7.
After being taken over by a demon called the Black Lantern, Green Lantern was eventually defeated and imprisoned in the Green Lantern Corps.
While he has since been resurrected by the Justice Corps, he was initially imprisoned in Green Lantern Tower, where he battled the Sinestro Corps.
Later, Green and his Lantern Corps were forced to battle in the Earth-One universe, where the Sinies once again confronted him.
Green Lantern is now a member with the new Justice League.
Another of the heroes who has had a large role in the past decade is Superman, who first appeared as a young boy in 1938’s Superman #1.
Later on, he would go on to be a major part of the 1940s and ’50s Superman saga, before eventually going on to have a long and varied career.
One of the great stories in the modern era of the Superman universe is when he was captured by Superboy, the Green Flash, and taken to a dimension called Earth-Prime.
There, he joined forces with Batman and the other heroes of Earth to defeat Superboy.
At the end of the story, the heroes and Superboy were saved by a mysterious alien called the Green Light.
Superman, Batman, and Supergirl then became the Green Man and his new Green Lanterns, who eventually joined together to fight Superboy again.
Other superheroes who have had significant roles in the 1990s include Spider-man, the Black Panther, the X-Men, and Wonder Woman.
Lastly, there is the character of Spiderman, who in 1991 made his debut as Spider-Verse.
Spider-Verne is the son of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson.
Peter was adopted by Aunt May, who worked as a nurse at the Daily Bugle, and after being orphaned at a young age, Peter became the youngest member of his family to graduate from college.
Upon graduation, Peter joined the Daily Gang, a vigilante-style crimefighting team.
Peter later became a partner in crimefighting with Spider-sensei, and then became Spider-Ham, Spider-Monkey, and Spider-Gwen.
However, his partnership with Spiderman ended when he took over Spider-City, a superhero city on Earth-616, which was home to the Sinners.
Spider-city was taken over, and Peter’s old life began to unravel. And while