Created in 1941 by Mort Weisinger and designed by George Papp, Green Arrow first appeared in More Fun Comics issue #73.

Oliver “Ollie” Queen, the wealthy businessman and vigilante known as Green Arrow, serves and protects the citizens of his beloved Star City. A member of the Justice League, Green Arrow uses his training and prowess with a bow and arrow to rid the world of evildoers.

Denys’ credits include: Green Arrow #39, #41-43 (November 1990, December 1990 – February 1991) and Green Arrow #46-48 (May – June 1991).


Hardware was created by Dwayne McDuffie and Denys Cowan for DC’s Milestone Comics imprint. He first appeared in 1993’s Hardware #1.

When genius inventor Curtis “Curt” Metcalf discovers his mentor Edwin Alva’s involvement with the existence of the international syndicate S.Y.S.T.E.M., he designs an advanced exo-skeleton system to fight crime as the superhero vigilante Hardware! As Hardware, Metcalf has enhanced strength and durability, as well as a wide range of advanced weapon systems.

Denys’ credits include Hardware #1-7, #11, #13, #16, #25, #32, and #36 (1993 – 1996).


Created by Steve Ditko, The Question first appeared in Charlton Comics’ Blue Beetle #1 in 1967. DC Comics acquired rights to The Question (and all Charlton Comics’ characters) in 1983.

Vic Sage rose to prominence in Hub City as an investigative journalist. While investigating Dr. Arby Twain, Sage discovers (along with the help of his former professor, Aristotle Rodor) the creation of an artificial skin called Pseudoderm. This artificial skin was meant to act as a bandage, but instead could lead to death. Discovering Dr. Twain’s plot to sell the product despite its side effects, Sage decides to go undercover. At the advice of Rodor, Sage himself dons Pseudoderm to hide his features, becoming The Question! Sage, able to thwart Dr. Twain’s plot, decides to continue using The Question identity to further investigate the evil-doers of Hub City.

Denys’ credits include: The Question Annual #1–2 (1987–1988), The Question #1–19, #21–36 (February 1987–August 1988, November 1988–April 1990), and The Question Quarterly #1–5 (Autumn 1990–Spring 1992).


Deathstroke, created by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez, first appeared in 1980’s The New Teen Titans #2.

Slade Wilson is known as the elite mercenary Deathstroke! Serving as an assassin to the highest bidder, Deathstroke has gone toe-to-toe with heroes such as the Teen Titans and even Batman himself!

Denys’ credits include: Deathstroke #11 Story Page 19 Original Art (2017).


The Black Panther. King of Wakanda. Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, T’Challa aka the Black Panther made his his comic debut in 1966’s Fantastic Four #52.

Under King T’Challa, Wakanda has flourished into one of the most technologically advanced nations in the world. Using powers imbued by the black panther god, the dead kings of Wakanda, and technology based on the rare metal vibranium, The Black Panther has served alongside the Avengers and other heroes to protect the citizens of Wakanda and the world at large.

Denys’ credits on Black Panther include: Black Panther Vol. 2 #1-4 (July – October 1988) and Black Panther / Captain America: Flags of Our Fathers #1-4 (June – September 2010).

The Dark Knight! The Caped Crusader! The World’s Greatest Detective! Batman, created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger, made his comics debut in 1939’s Detective Comics #27.

After tragically witnessing his parents murder at the hands of a mugger, Bruce Wayne dedicates his life and vast resources as CEO of Wayne Enterprises toward fighting crime as The Batman. Facing a rogue’s gallery including such devilish tricksters as the Joker, the Riddler, Bane, and the Penguin, Batman joins forces with his Bat Family and the Justice League to keep the citizens of Gotham, and the world, safe from evil.

Denys’ credits on Batman include: Batman #1-2 (December 1995), The Best of DC #14 (July 1981), Batman #10 (1986), Batman #403 (January 1987), and Convergence Batman and Robin #1-2 (June 2015 – July 2015).