A '''Power Ring''' is an object that features in [[DC Comics]].
...of a space station to help against a threat. This threat was a [[Doomsday (DC)|monster]] who had been killing scores of people forcing the Green Lantern
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'''Shadow Demons''' were entities that feature in [[DC Comics]].
...s of his positive-matter counterpart. Some of these witnessed [[Harbinger (DC)|Harbinger]] traveling across the universes to recruit heroes and had divid
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'''Metahuman''' are a species that features in [[DC Comics]].
... was for this reason that they quickly orchestrated the creation of the '''Alien Alliance''' with the goal of conquering Earth and subjugating its Metahuman
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'''Brainiac''' is a comic supervillain that features in [[DC Comics]].
...ans|Coluan]] child adopted to help make Brainiac seem more humanoid to the races he encountered) led a revolt against the Computer Tyrants, Brainiac decided
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The '''Spider Guild''' are a cybernetic arachnoid species that featured in [[DC Comics]].
...of the universe which meant that they did not notice the fast existence of races such as the Spider Guild. The invasion continued for the next thirty years
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The '''Manhunters''' are a race of robot warriors that feature in [[DC Comics]].
...nding over the box as well as agreeing to remain within the [[Vega System (DC)|Vega system]].
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The '''Controllers''' are a powerful alien species that feature in [[DC Comics]].
...ng their own peacekeeping organization which would become the [[Darkstars (DC)|Darkstars]]. At first, this body was created in order to protect Controlle
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The '''Zamarons''' are a powerful alien species that feature in [[DC Comics]].
In appearance, they were statuesque blue skinned alien women but they were able to use their powers to change their form making th
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The '''Unity''' is a parasitic creature that features in [[DC Comics]] [[Superman: The Animated Series]].
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...ntern Corps''' were a police organization of superheroes that feature in [[DC Comics]].
...go where they created an android force that was known as the [[Manhunters (DC)|Manhunters]]. These machines continued in their role for one and a half bi
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... an army that included [[Apocalypse (Marvel)|Apocalypse]] to challenge the alien invaders thus defeating them. (S.H.I.E.L.D. v1 #1)
...n of infecting the rest of his kind as he came to believe a union of their races could bring about an evolutionary superior race. Another Kree ship led by '
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The '''Joining''' are an alien mechanical species that feature in [[The Batman]].
The Joining are capable of duplicating the appearance of other races whih allows them to infiltrate their societies. When damaged, the unit is c
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The '''Reach''' are an alien species that feature in [[DC Comics]].
The Reach are a civilization of ancient alien conquerors that worked through the conquest of planets in order to gain pro
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...'''Anti-Life Equation''' is a cosmic entity and formula that features in [[DC Comics]].
... a weapon powered by this substance. They turned this weapon against their alien neighbor where the Anti-Life Equation destroyed their world and their enemi
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...th years ago. This incursion was during the height of the [[Green Martian (DC)|Green Martian]] civilization on Mars. Similar to their previous invasions,
...er to blot the sky. The heroes of the world at first struggled against the alien invaders that were arriving in cities such as [[Metropolis]] but the telepa
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The '''Durlans''' are a shapeshifting species that features in [[DC Comics]].
...lans were an extraterrestrial race that were native to the planet [[Durla (DC)|Durla]]. The planet Durla had twin setting suns and resided in a galaxy wh
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The '''White Martians''' are an alien race that features in [[DC Comics]].
... at least two separate species which became known as the [[Green Martians (DC)|Green Martians]] and the White Martians. In addition to this tampering wit
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The '''Green Martians''' are an alien race features in [[DC Comics]].
...of Mars. This was because Blanx had agreed to sell his world for wealth to alien travellers but he had to be the last living Martian in order to receive pay
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The '''Monitors''' are a powerful group of beings from [[DC Comics]].
...verse where only two such beings existed that were known as the [[Monitor (DC)|Monitor]] of the Positive Matter Universe and the [[Anti-Monitor]] who was
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The '''Mercurians''' are an alien race that featured in [[DC Comics]].
*[http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Mercurians DC Database Entry]
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