58 DC Comics Trivia Questions

Are you a die-hard DC Comics fan? 

Do you think you know everything there is to know about the heroes and villains of the DC Universe? 

Put your knowledge to the test with these challenging trivia questions! 

From the iconic Justice League to the darkest corners of Gotham City, let’s see if you can emerge as the ultimate DC aficionado.

DC Comics Trivia Questions

  1. What is the real name of the character who becomes the villain known as the “Reverse-Flash” and is one of the Flash’s most formidable enemies?

  2. In the DC Universe, what is the name of the planet that is the home of the Green Lantern Corps?

  3. What is the name of the parallel universe where the Crime Syndicate, evil counterparts of the Justice League, come from?

  4. Can you name the ancient witch who is considered one of the most powerful sorceresses in the DC Universe and is a recurring adversary of Wonder Woman?

  5. What is the full name of the Gotham City Police Department detective who is often depicted as one of Batman’s few trusted allies within the force?

  6. In the “Watchmen” series, what is the real name of the character who adopts the vigilante identity of Rorschach?

  7. What is the name of the alien species to which Starfire (Koriand’r) belongs, making her a princess on her home planet?

  8. Which ancient and immortal villain is often considered the first enemy of humanity in the DC Universe and has battled the likes of Superman and the Justice League through centuries?

  9. What is the name of the mythical island that is the birthplace and home to Wonder Woman and the Amazons?

  10. Who was the original Robin before eventually taking up the mantle of Nightwing?

  11. What is the name of the cosmic entity in the DC Universe that embodies the concept of entropy and destruction, often opposing the Green Lantern Corps?

  12. In the DC Comics, who is the guardian of The Dreaming and the main character in Neil Gaiman’s “The Sandman” series?

  13. Which DC superhero, known for his sonic scream, is a member of the Birds of Prey and has a romantic history with the Black Canary?

  14. Name the scientist who transforms into the monstrous and powerful entity known as “The Parasite,” capable of absorbing the life energy and powers of others.

  15. What is the name of the fictional country in Europe that is ruled by Victor Von Doom in the DC Universe?

  16. Can you name the advanced alien race, creators of the Manhunters before the Green Lantern Corps, who are driven by logic and devoid of emotions?

  17. What is the name of the dimension that serves as the home to the magical imp Mr. Mxyzptlk, who frequently torments Superman?

  18. Who is the Earth-2 counterpart of Superman, a member of the Justice Society of America, and operates under a different name?

  19. Which weapon used by Wonder Woman can compel people to tell the truth?

  20. Name the prison located in the Antarctic meant to detain superhuman criminals in the DC Universe.

  21. What is the alter ego of the superheroine known as “Zatanna,” who specializes in magic and is a prominent member of the Justice League Dark?

  22. Who is the ancient Egyptian prince turned immortal villain, often seen as a nemesis to Hawkman and Hawkgirl?

  23. In the DC Universe, which island is known as the maximum-security prison for super-villains?

  24. What is the name of the force that gives Flash and other speedsters their power in the DC Comics?

  25. Who created the character of Batman, along with artist Bob Kane, in 1939?

  26. What is the name of the intergalactic bounty hunter and mercenary who is a frequent adversary of Superman?

  27. What is the name of the city that is protected by the superhero Green Arrow?

  28. In the DC Universe, what is the name of the all-female squad of antiheroes and villains led by Amanda Waller?

  29. Who is the Greek god of war that serves as one of Wonder Woman’s adversaries and is known for his manipulation and strength?

  30. What is the name of Batman’s dog, known for assisting in various missions and belonging to a breed known for its intelligence and loyalty?

  31. Can you name the Atlantean artifact that grants its wielder vast control over the sea and is often associated with Aquaman?

  32. Who is the brilliant scientist responsible for creating the indestructible metal alloy Promethium, widely used in the DC Universe for weapons and armor?

  33. In “The Flash” comics, what is the name of the alternate future version of Barry Allen who becomes a villain?

  34. What is the name of the sentient planet and member of the Green Lantern Corps?

  35. Who is the leader of the New Gods of New Genesis and is often in conflict with Darkseid of Apokolips?

  36. Which DC Comics character is known for wielding the magical Helmet of Fate?

  37. Name the Batman villain who is a former district attorney of Gotham City turned criminal after half of his face is disfigured.

  38. What is the secret identity of the superhero known as Martian Manhunter?

  39. In DC Comics, who is the Time Master from the 25th century, known for his time travel adventures and battles against injustice throughout time?

  40. Which superhero is recognized as the first Green Lantern of Earth and is a founding member of the Justice Society of America?

  41. What is the name of the substance that powers the Lantern Corps rings, allowing them to create constructs based on the wielder’s willpower?

  42. Who is the ancient Kryptonian artificial intelligence that often serves as an antagonist to Superman and Supergirl?

  43. What is the name of the cosmic police force that Darkseid’s elite soldiers, known as the Female Furies, belong to?

  44. In the DC Universe, what is the name of the ancient and powerful book that contains dark magic and spells, often sought after by both heroes and villains?

  45. Who is the superheroine that shares a connection with the animal kingdom, able to communicate with animals and often associated with the Teen Titans?

  46. Can you name the dimension that is home to the demon Trigon, who is also the father of a Teen Titans member?

  47. What is the name of the archer who is a member of the Teen Titans and has taken on the mantle similar to that of Green Arrow?

  48. Who is the DC Comics character that serves as the king of the Seven Seas and is a founding member of the Justice League?

  49. Name the villain known for his ability to manipulate dreams and nightmares, often clashing with the Sandman (Morpheus).

  50. What is the name of the alien race that Superman’s nemesis, General Zod, belongs to?

  51. In the DC Universe, which character is known as the “Master of Magic” and serves as a guardian against supernatural and mystical threats?

  52. Who is the first character to take up the mantle of the Blue Beetle in DC Comics?

  53. What is the name of the city where the superhero team known as the Doom Patrol is based?

  54. Can you name the mystical land that is the source of Black Adam’s powers and is ruled by a pantheon of gods?

  55. Who is the immortal villain in the DC Universe that commands magic and has a particular interest in the destruction of Atlantis?

  56. What is the name of the barrier that separates the Earth from the magical realm in the DC Universe, often breached by various magical entities?

  57. Name the organization led by Amanda Waller that operates out of Belle Reve prison and is composed of supervillains undertaking dangerous missions for the government.

  58. Who is the superhero that has the power to shrink to subatomic sizes and was a physicist before acquiring his powers?


  1. Eobard Thawne.

  2. Oa.

  3. Earth-3.

  4. Circe.

  5. James Gordon.

  6. Walter Joseph Kovacs.

  7. Tamaraneans.

  8. Vandal Savage.

  9. Themyscira.

  10. Dick Grayson.

  11. The Anti-Monitor.

  12. Dream, also known as Morpheus.

  13. Black Canary (Dinah Lance) is the character known for her sonic scream, but if you are referring to a male superhero with sonic abilities, it might be a misunderstanding as Black Canary is the more prominent character associated with this power.

  14. Rudy Jones.

  15. N/A – Victor Von Doom rules Latveria in Marvel Comics, not DC.

  16. The Guardians of the Universe.

  17. The Fifth Dimension.

  18. Power Girl (Kara Zor-L) or the Golden Age Superman (Kal-L), depending on the context.

  19. The Lasso of Truth.

  20. The Phantom Zone.

  21. Zatanna Zatara.

  22. Hath-Set.

  23. Blackgate Penitentiary is for non-metahuman criminals, while the super-villain prison would be Belle Reve or the more specific maximum-security for super-villains could refer to places like the Phantom Zone or Arkham Asylum for the criminally insane.

  24. The Speed Force.

  25. Bill Finger.

  26. Lobo.

  27. Star City.

  28. The Suicide Squad.

  29. Ares.

  30. Ace the Bat-Hound.

  31. The Trident of Poseidon.

  32. No specific scientist is universally credited with creating Promethium in the DC Universe; its creation and use vary across different stories and characters.

  33. The Future Flash or “Blue Flash.”

  34. Mogo.

  35. Highfather (Izaya).

  36. Doctor Fate (Kent Nelson among others).

  37. Two-Face (Harvey Dent).

  38. J’onn J’onzz.

  39. Rip Hunter.

  40. Alan Scott.

  41. Emotional Spectrum or more specifically, the green light of willpower.

  42. Brainiac.

  43. Apokolips, but the Female Furies are more directly under the command of Darkseid and Granny Goodness rather than being part of a cosmic police force.

  44. The Necronomicon or the Book of Shadows are names used in various stories, but in DC Comics, it might be referred to as the Book of Eternity or the Book of Magic depending on the context.

  45. Beast Boy (Changeling) or Vixen, depending on the context of connection with the animal kingdom and association with the Teen Titans.

  46. The dimension is often referred to as Hell or the Underworld in DC Comics, but specifically for Trigon, it can be called Azarath or the Netherverse.

  47. Speedy (Roy Harper) or Red Arrow, depending on the time period.

  48. Aquaman (Arthur Curry).

  49. Doctor Destiny (John Dee).

  50. Kryptonians.

  51. Doctor Fate or John Constantine, depending on the context of “Master of Magic.”

  52. Dan Garrett.

  53. Midway City or Niles Caulder’s mansion, depending on the version of the Doom Patrol.

  54. Kahndaq.

  55. Neron or Black Manta, depending on the context of interest in Atlantis.

  56. The Veil, the magical barrier, or simply referred to as the boundary between worlds.

  57. The Suicide Squad.

  58. The Atom (Ray Palmer), although Hank Pym is associated with Marvel Comics, Ray Palmer is the DC Comics physicist who becomes The Atom.

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