The 75 Most Memorable Moments in DC Comics History - Day 13

Okay, in case you didn't see the introduction, the concept is that each day up to and including the 31st of July, I'll be posting six of the most memorable moments from DC Comics' 75-year history. On the 31st, you folks will get a chance to pick your Top 10 out of the 100 choices. I'll tabulate the votes and I'll debut the Top 75 Most Memorable Moments in DC Comics History starting on August 8th. In the meantime, feel free to post suggestions for moments you think should be featured either at our Twitter account (twitter.com/csbg), our Facebook page (facebook.com/comicsshouldbegood) or just e-mail me (bcronin@comicbookresources.com)!

Here's the next six moments! And click here for the master list of all the moments posted so far!

NOTE: Each day of moments will almost certainly contain some spoilers for past comic books, plus each day might include content that originally appeared in "Mature Readers Only" comics, so be forewarned!

71. Superman races the Flash (Superman #199)

Jim Shooter and Curt Swan give us the race everyone was waiting for!

72. Batman tells us who he is (All Star Batman and Robin #2)

Frank Miller and Jim Lee deliver an extremely memorable line.

73. Rorschach enjoys prison life (Watchmen #6)

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Outside of the "35 minutes" line, probably the most famous quote from Watchmen.

74. Captain Marvel saves the day...kinda (Kingdom Come #4)

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That is one dramatic scene from Mark Waid and Alex Ross.

75. The Red Hood takes off the hood (Batman: The Killing Joke)

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Alan Moore and Brian Bolland, particularly Bolland, deliver one of the most iconic Joker panels ever.

76. Batman...lives! (Batman: The Dark Knight #4)

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Frank Miller ends the Dark Knight Returns with a wink. A very cool wink.

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