List of objects in the DC Universe

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A list of fictional objects and materials existing in the DC Universe.

Alien devices[edit]

Super-Powered Elements[edit]

(Powers which use scientific elements)

  • Astro-Force: Used by the New Gods.
  • Lava Blasts: Lava powers used by Geo-Force.
  • Infinity-Beams: Energy beams used by Infinity-Man through his hands.
  • Heat Vision: Laser vision used by Superman.
  • Omega Effect: Anti-matter energy beams used by Darkseid through his eyes.
  • Quantum Field Manipulation: Atomic energy conducted by Captain Atom.
  • Scarabaeus: Mystic artifact and power source for the Scarab.
  • Speed Force: Mystical field tapped into by the speedsters in the DC Universe.
  • Star Bolts: Energy bolts shot from Starfire's fists.
  • X-element: Material used to power Boom tubes.

Magical items[edit]

  • The Amulet of Anubis: Worn by Doctor Fate.
  • The Black Diamond: A black Apokoliptian crystal connected to Eclipso.
  • The Book of Destiny: Tome carried by Destiny of the Endless which contains the past, present, and future.
  • The Book of Eternity: A powerful spellbook of enchantment written by Merlin. The Book of Eternity contains the story of existence, giving the controller vast magical powers. It first appeared in The Demon vol. 1 #1 (August 1972), and was created by Jack Kirby.
  • Bracelets of the Aegis : Or the Silver Bracelets of Victory are magical cuffs used by Wonder Woman.
  • The Cloak of Destiny: Cloak worn by Doctor Fate.
  • The Gauntlet of Atlas: Briefly worn by Wonder Woman.
  • The Green Bell of Uthool, Silver Wheel of Nyorlath, and Red Jar of Calythos: Used together to summon the Demons Three.
  • The Helm of Nabu: Also worn by Doctor Fate.
  • Idol-Head of Diabolu: Ancient artifact and Time Capsule from Mars which gives ordinary people powers.
  • The Ibis-Stick: A magical staff wielded by Ibis the Invincible.
  • The Lasso of Truth: Also called the Golden Lasso or Lasso of Hestia, used by Wonder Woman.
  • The Lost scrolls of Herculaneum:
  • The Materioptikon: Weapon of Doctor Destiny, powered by the Dreamstone of Morpheus, capable of warping reality with the power of dreams.
  • The Medusa Mask: Grants the ability to project emotions to others, the power source for the second Psycho Pirate.
  • Mystical Lantern: Grants powers to the hero Jack O'Lantern.
  • The Necronomicon: The ultimate book of black magic, and the source of Felix Faust's power.
  • The Night Sword: AKA the Sword of Night, can deflect magic. The main weapon used by Nightmaster.
  • The Orb of Ra: The heart of the Egyptian God Ra, source of Metamorpho's powers.
  • The Philosopher's Stone: A magical stone used by Merlin to change Jason Blood into Etrigan and later used as the primary weapon for Doctor Alchemy.
  • Pierre Menard's 'Don Quixote:
  • The Ruby of Life: Power source of Sargon the Sorcerer.
  • The Sandals of Hermes: Briefly worn by Wonder Woman.
  • The Scarab: Empowered the first and current Blue Beetles.
  • The Spear of Destiny: Weapon that pierced Christ on the cross, once used by Hitler to prevent superheroes from invading World War II-era Germany.
  • The Starheart: Source of the Green Flame, contained within Alan Scott, the original Green Lantern.
  • The Symbol of the Seven: A talisman wielded by Doctor Occult.
  • The Tantu Totem: Talisman that links the heroine Vixen to all animal life.
  • The Trident of Lucifer: A weapon currently carried by the Blue Devil.

Natural elements[edit]

Drugs and chemicals[edit]

  • Gingold: The concentrated extract of the Gingo fruit that gives Elongated Man his stretching powers.
  • Krotan: A shapeshifting drug.
  • Joker Toxin: A chemical compound used specifically by Joker.
  • Miraclo: The chemical compound developed by Rex Tyler that gives him superpowers for one hour.
  • Super Vitamins: A super-power enhancement pill.
  • Titan Formula: A chemical formula created by the Joker which combines Joker Toxin with the super-drug Venom.
  • Venom: A dangerous super-steroid once used by Bane.
  • Velocity 9: A dangerous super-speed drug developed by Vandal Savage.

Future Tech[edit]


  • The Aerie One: Personal aircraft of the Birds of Prey.
  • The Aerie Two: Helicopter used by the Birds of Prey.
  • The Arrowcar: Former vehicle of Green Arrow.
  • Brainiac's Star Ship: Later called his Head Ship, a ship used by Brainiac with tentacles and in the shape of a skull.
  • The Batboat: Batman's mode of water-based transportation.
  • The Batcycle: A specialized motor-cycle used by Batman.
  • The Batmobile: Batman's primary method of transportation.
  • The Batplane: Batman's airborne method of transportation.
  • The Bug: Blue Beetle's method of transportation.
  • The Invisible Plane: Wonder Woman's shape-shifting invisible jet.
  • The Pax Romana: Alien spaceship used by Alpha Centurion.
  • The Redbird: Robin's vehicle of transportation.
  • Steel Eagle:JSA airplane constructed by Ted Knight.
  • The Sunrider: Spaceship used by the Starhunters.
  • The Timesphere: A time-traveling device used by Rip Hunter and his agent Booster Gold.
  • The Whiz Wagon: A multi-terrain vehicle used by the Newsboy Legion.


  • Adam Strange's Ray Gun: A specialized ray gun developed by the people of Rann. Possesses multiple functions.
  • Batarangs: A specialized boomerang used by Batman.
  • Deathstroke's Staff: A staff and a type of bazooka carried by Deathstroke the terminator.
  • Lobo's Chain and Hook: Main weapon used by Lobo.
  • Kryptonite Ray Emitter: Used with multiple projectiles in Lex Luthor's devices.
  • Sword of Beowulf: Used by a version of Beowulf in DC Comics and most recently by the super-villain Harm in the Young Justice cartoon.
  • Nth Metal Mace: Used by the Hawk family, Was a mace constructed of thangarian nth metal. Had anti-magic capabilities and an electric core.
  • Cosmic Rod: Main weapon used by Big Barda.

Other items[edit]

  • Adam Strange's Jet Pack: A specialized jet pack developed by the people of Rann.
  • The Batcomputer: A powerful supercomputer used by Batman.
  • The Bat-Signal: A spotlight used by the Gotham City Police Department to summon Batman.
  • Batman Battle-armor: A range of suits fit for certain scenarios.
  • The Bio-Belt: A device powered by white-dwarf radiation; used by the Atom to alter his size.
  • Cosmic Armor: Used by Scarlet Skier.
  • The Cosmic Rod and Cosmic Converter Belt: Built by the original Starman Ted Knight, passed down through the generations of Starmen and Star-Spangled Kids, now held by Stargirl.
  • Cosmic Skis: A pair used by Scarlet Skier and another by the Black Racer.
  • The Cosmic Treadmill: A device used by the Flash to travel through time and dimensions.
  • The HERO Dial: Temporarily transforms people into superheroes.
  • The Gravity Rod: Prototype version of Starman's Cosmic Rod.
  • The Purple Ray: A healing device created by Baroness Paula von Gunther and used by the Amazons. It also has a "Purple Death Ray" version.
  • T-Spheres: Artificially intelligent mini-holographic projectors designed by the second Mr. Terrific.
  • Superman Kryptonite suit: A lead spacesuit created by Star Labs in order to help protect from kryptonite, etc.
  • Universe Orb: Contains the history of the multiverse. Its contents were gathered by Harbinger, until she entrusted it to Donna Troy. The Universe Orb is used as a plot device to retell the History of the DC Universe.
  • Utility Belt: A specialized belt with gadgets used by Batman.