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DC Comics Heroes & Inhabitants UnMasked - Demons, Homo Magi & Other Magic Users - Part 8/10

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Please note that this is only section 8 of 10 of our third episode of UnMasked. All credits for this episode can be found in section 10 of 10. The third and final part of our primer on the World of DC Comics. This video will discuss how the heroes and villains found within DC Comics might obtain their amazing powers that make them so super – which will also give a better idea on how concepts such as genetics, magic and religion work within the DC Universe and Multiverse. All works discussed and displayed in the video belong to DC Comics (Unless stated otherwise during the credits). We here at New World Slackers make no claims to them, and display/discuss them under the Fair Use Act. Resources • “DC Comics: A Visual History” by Daniel Wallace, Alan Cowsill, Alex Irvine and Matthew Manning • “The Atlas of the DC Universe” by Paul Kupperberg and Mayfair Games (1990) • “List of alien races in DC Comics” wiki directory and corresponding articles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_alien_races_in_DC_Comics • “List of Superheroes and villians without superpowers” wiki directory article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_superheroes_and_villains_without_superpowers • “Rip Hunter” DC Wikia article http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Rip_Hunter_(New_Earth) • “Speed Force” DC Wikia article: http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Speed_Force • “Metahumans” DC Wikia article: • “Killer Croc” wiki article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killer_Croc • “The New Gods” DC Wikia article • “The Endless” DC Wikia article • “Multiversity” by (Writer) Grant Morrison and (Artists) Ivan Reis, Frank Quietly, Cameron Stewart, Chris Sprouse, Karl Story, Ben Oliver and Doug Mahnke (2015) • “Lords of Chaos and Order” wiki article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lords_of_Chaos_and_Order • “The Green, The Red, The Black, The Gray and The Clear” DC Wikia Articles • “Etrigan” wiki article • “Homo Magi” DC Wikia article: http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Homo_Magi • “John Constantine” DC Wikia article: • “Lantern Corps” DC Wikia article: http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Lantern_Corps
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Nobillion (8 months ago)
Wouldn't Homo Magi's be Metahumans? DC also calls them "Magic-based Metahumans", People who are like Ice who comes from a tribe with people who use Ice-Magic is classified as a Metahuman rather than Homo Magi because she can't do magic or is not considered as a 'magical' being.
Shannon Stokely (1 year ago)
I think Constantine's bloodline qualifies him as a homo-magi. Not exactly as a "human". It was revealed that one of his ancestor might have been Merlin. But at this point we are in the dark for now.
Shannon Stokely (1 year ago)
Maybe...I am not really sure what demon Merlin's father was/is. However, if I remember the story right, I think Merlin is related to Jason Blood, though...like half brothers or something.
New World Slackers (1 year ago)
He may be related to Merlin? That's super cool - I'll admit I'm behind on my Hellblazer/Constantine lore so I could have made a mistake. Thanks for letting me know... so in a way wouldn't that also mean that Constantine is distantly related to Etrigan?

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