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Continuity Similarities with Earth-1A and Earth-One

SuperFriends Comic Book Continuity

Writer E. Nelson Bridwell and the editors of the Super Friends (comic book) made frequent footnotes to events going on in the known DC Universe (Earth-One) comic books. What ended up happened is that fans realized that you could not fully merge the continuity, dubbed the SuperFriends Universe as Earth-1A.

The following is a list of comics that take place within the universe known as Earth-1A, but are not part of the Superfriends comic book series. These are stories that are referenced in the comic book series, and so they therefore are part of the Superfriends canon, as well as the Earth-One canon.


What follows is a chronological unfolding of those references where they appeared.


1. Super Friends #1 (November 1976):

2. Super Friends #7 (October 1, 1977):

  • Robin is absent and is said to be busy in:
  • This four-part story-arch is referenced:

3. Super Friends #8 (November 1, 1977):

4. Super Friends #14 (November 1, 1978):

  • In this story, the letter column gives the history of the aristocrats:

5. Super Friends #17 (February 1, 1979) :

6. Super Friends #30 (March 1, 1980):


Super Powers Comics Continuity

Super Powers, Volume One (1984)

  1. Super Powers, Vol. 1 #1 (July 1984):


References

  1. This issue is a part of the 8-issue story arc retroactively titled "Batman: Strange Apparitions", known for Steve Englehart and Marshall Rogers' now-classic portrayal of the Batman (also briefly featuring Walt Simonson).
  2. Carter Nichols first appeared in Batman Vol. 1 #24 (August 1944), which can be found at the DC Database.

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