OK let’s start talking metaphorically again. What if the Marvel Universe was completely booked up and there was no more flights to the Marvel Universe. Where would you go?
Now before you answer, I’m just going to butt in here and say you’d go to the DC universe, of course!
Do you know what DC stands for? Any takers? Anyone? Okay, the initials for the second biggest comic book publisher stands for Detective Comics, for those who didn’t know, now without further adieu here’s my top 5 places to visit in the DC Universe.
5. The Hall of Justice– One of the many bases the Justice League uses.
If you fancy a bit of history and a guided tour unexpectedly interrupted by a super villain, this is the place for you. With a full archive of the Leagues history and a detailed look of the many foes it’s encountered this is for all you history buffs out there.
4. Mogo, the living Planet– Of course planets are technically alive, but can they think like a human? Well this one can.
One of the bigger members of the Green Lantern corps, Mogo is a fully sentient planet with the ability to use a Power Ring. His surface resembles the forest moon of Endor.
3. The Fortress of Solitude– Basically this Superman’s Batcave.
If you don’t like hot holidays then make your way to Artic you’ll find something for you. A crystal like construct produced by Kryptonian technology houses the last stronghold of Krypton. A place filled with the history of Superman and Krypton and of course Superman robots.
Guess I’ve sold it you then.
2. The Batcave- If you do end up in Gotham, it’s no place of tourists. From a small army of muggers to an unhealthy number of super villains, Gotham is not place for the faint hearted.
In the Batcave you’ll find a bleeding edge store of the latest technology. Fancy cars and a unique experience in caving. To top it off theirs a friendly butler called Alfred.
1. The planet Oa– On holiday you usually meet a lot of interesting people. On Oa however, you’ll meet interesting aliens.
Home the 7200 members of the Green Lantern corps and the Guardian of the Universe. Constantly buzzing with 7200 adventures and the occasional visit from other lantern corps is the best reason to ditch the sun cream and shades.
There you have it, my top 5 places to stay in the DC Universe, if you think I’ve missed somewhere out then leave a comment below!