Dialling for a hero: The evolution of DC Comics' 'Dial H For Hero'

Ever wished you could become a superhero at the turn of a dial? Well, Dial H For Hero is the comic book for you.

Admit it – we’ve all wished we had super powers at some point in our lives. Some of us may have hoped that the itsy-bitsy spider that bit us when we were a kid was actually radioactive, or that the perennial haze in Malaysia was actually Terrigen mist, here to turn us into Inhumans.

If these creative theories have ever crosses your mind, chances are DC’s Dial H for Hero adventures would be your cup of tea.

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