A Wild Ride from She-Bat’s Debut to Vigilante’s Shocking Finale

Let’s start with Detective Comics #407 (1970), featuring the debut of She-Bat. Gotham needed more bat-themed characters. In X-Force #2 (1991), Deadpool graces us with his presence for the second time, one appearance simply wasn’t enough for this merc with a mouth. Hawkworld #27 (1990) introduces White Dragon, adding yet another colorful character to the DC universe’s ever-expanding crayon box. Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #97 (1976), where Hermit makes his first appearance. Did Hermit make it to the 100th anniversary issue? We are betting on a NO with that. Vigilante #1 (1983), where we kick things off with an origin story that’s as gripping as it is eyebrow-raising. This isn’t just your run-of-the-mill vigilante tale; it’s a rollercoaster of moral dilemmas and masked justice. And just when you think you’ve got it all figured out, fast-forward to issue #50, and that issue became super controversial. Not the ending anyone expected.

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