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The Distant Past
By this time, the natives of Urgrund attained godhood. This became the beginning of a new era, and Urgund was now known as the Second World, also known as God World. They had reached physical perfection, and this was the beginning of a new age of cultural and scientific advancement.
The Maltusian civilization on Maltus was at it's scientific peak. Over time, Maltusian colonists settle on other worlds, and become the ancestors of many new species, such as the Oans, Leprechauns and Controllers.
After three billion years of peace, war finally falls upon God World. This leads to the destruction of the planet, which is split in two, one half eventually becoming New Genesis, and the other Apokolips. This is the beginning of the era known as the Third World.
The explosion of this world is what seeded other worlds throughout the cosmos, although Earth was located in another dimension, the explosion was so mighty that it seeded Earth as well, giving it the potential to create gods on Earth and other worlds this Godwave came into contact with. This energy wave also gave races from various planets, Earth especially, the potential for superhuman abilities.
The Mesozoic age ends this year. (approximately)
A race of forgotten Earthlings that are now long extinct, known as the Hiss-Men begin to multiply in numbers on Earth, becoming a menace to the early humans that lived on Earth during this period.
Ibac time travels to this year and establishes a fortress there, forming an alliance with the Hiss-Men, and he brings the Marvel Family to this time period with a book, which when opened, can penetrate the timestream.
Vandar Adg (Vandal Savage) was a caveman and leader of the Blood Tribe. A mysterious meteor crashed to the ground, bathing him in radiation, and granting him an incredible intellect and immortality.
The species known as the Submen are the dominant race on Earth, ruling over primitive humans. Eventually, a revolt occurs, and the Submen's rule ends. They become extinct, all but one, King Kull, who survives in suspended animation.
The Ice Age occurs around this time. The last of the ice ages of the days of old. As the Earth begins to warm up, the Icemen, a race of Earthlings begin to gradually die out, to the extent that there is only one left by 1968.
The Great Deluge occurs this year, when Atlantis sinks below the sea. Although most Atlantean culture is lost forever, Poseidonis and a few other cities survive the destruction of the continent.
Somewhere around this time, a bunch of time traveling superheroes from various time periods all team-up and become a team known as the Freedom Force. Their headquarters is the Valley of Time, located near the Nile River in Africa.
The Trojan War begins.
The Gallic Wars end this year.
The Middle Ages begin this century.
500 ADGreen Lantern and Samurai are transported to this year by Sinestro and Captain Cold.
Superboy time travels to this century and faces Merlin, who is jealous of his superpowers.
Dante Alighieri dies this year.
The Black Death ends this year in Europe, only after claiming the lives of anywhere from 75 to 200 million people.
The Middle Ages end this century.
Sometime this century, the last of the Incas are wiped out.
William Shakespeare dies this year.
Isaac Newton dies this year.
Robert Burns dies this year.
The book, Alice in Wonder Land is published.
James Craddock is sentenced to death.
A group of Texas Rangers pursue a group of killers, but once they track them down to Bryant's Gap, they are all gunned down by the killers. Only one ranger survives, and a Native-American named Tonto finds him and nurses him back to health, and tells him : "Others dead...you lone ranger now.
Harry Houdini is born this year.
Larry Huber is born this year. He was apparently not a well liked man, and when he dies in '78, "Good riddance" is written on his tombstone in Gotham City, although this may have been a joke.
During this century, in London, Sherlock Holmes becomes a famous consulting detective and helps the detectives from Scotland Yard on a number of cases. His sidekick was the famous physician known as John Watson.
Bruce Wayne is born in Gotham City to Thomas and Martha Wayne.
Jor-El learns that Krypton is going to explode, so he places his infant son in a rocket ship and blasts it off toward earth. When Zor-El learns that Krypton is doomed, he encases his hometown of Argo City in a giant dome, and when Krypton finally explodes, it is protected by the dome, and blown off into space.
At the same time the infant Kal-El lands on Earth, a large chunk of Krypton called Kryptonite crashes into a pea patch at the residence of Paw Martingale. He then digs it up and keeps it for good luck, and he calls it the sky stone.
In Gotham City, after watching a Robin Hood film, Thomas and Martha Wayne, along with their young son Bruce, walk home, taking a short cut through an alley, where they are confronted by a mugger. The two adults are gunned down in front of the young boy. This becomes known as the Park Row tragedy. Not long later, Bruce makes a vow to avenge his parents by fighting crime.
Hul, Logar and Rom-lok (from 1983) travel back in time to this year to kill Superboy while he's still young and has yet to grow to become Superman. However, Superman and Green Lantern go back in time to rescue Superman's young counterpart.
Dr. Erdel is working on a communication device, with the hope of making contact with extraterrestrial life. Upon its first use, he realizes that he had inadvertently created a teleportation beam. Amazingly, this device pulls J'onn J'onzz to Earthin his martian form. The shock of the encounter kills Dr. Erdel and leaves J'onn with no method of returning home.
J'onn J'onzz soon decides to use his powers to fit in, adopting a human-like appearance and calling himself "John Jones". He joins the police force, and becomes a detective in Apex City.
Mid to Late 60's
By the mid 60’s many superheroes began to surface, fighting crime and supervillains within their own respective territories.
J'onn J'onzzis able to briefly make contact with his home planet Mars and his parents.
In 68’, before they were the SuperFriends, a few future members joined forces and called themselves the Justice League of America.
J'onn J'onzz, who now was fighting crime in his green-skinned form, wanted to become a 'full-time' member of the newly formed Justice League. To do this successfully, he needed to be freed from his alter-ego John Jones. He decides to fake his death and join the Justice League.
This initial Justice League lineup was also the same as the Earth-One universe. It included seven of the Leagues most prominent members: Aquaman, Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, Wonder Woman, Superman and Batman.
After a year of being a team (1969), the JLA entered a volunteering program to help train young people to become superheroes. Teenager Snapper Carr was the first teenage member or more specifically he was the first Junior Justice League Member.
In late 1971, shortly after the Martian Manhunter had left Earth, a group of the Leaguers gathered together and decide to call themselves Superfriends. This is another significant departure from the parallel universe of Earth-One. The name stuck for years, and over time, the name Superfriends was used to describe all members of the Justice League of America.
The team moves their headquarters from the secret cave to the Hall of Justice, located in Gotham City. The Hall was equipped with an advanced communications network and "Trouble Alert" system (TroubAlert). They maintained a relationship with important government officials such as Colonel Wilcox, who often alerted the SuperFriendsto various global threats, including alien invasions.
Early on, the weekly meetings only consisted of Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Batman and Robin.
Sometime in the mid 70’s, the Super Friends faced their greatest “challenge” when they encountered a collaboration of villains known as the Legion of Doom. Led by criminal mastermind Lex Luthor, these super-villains sought for nothing less than total domination of the planet Earth. To accomplish this objective however, they first had to vanquish the Super Friends. They also brought in another hero unique to this reality, Apache Chief.
Luthor and his allies, which included such notable villains as Brainiac, Bizarro, Grodd and Sinestro, often used highly advanced weapons and devices to capture the Super Friends, but invariably, the heroes always triumphed. By 1979, after countless battles, the Legion of Doom eventually dissolved.
Gleek is hatched.
Two teenage twin mutants from the planet Exxor arrive on Earth to help the SuperFriends battle the evil Grax. They are eventually adopted by Professor Nichols, and become the trainees of the SuperFriends, replacing Marvin White and Wendy Harris. Marvin went on to study at Ivy University, while Wendy moved to Paradise Island to attend an Amazon university to continue her training.
In 1979, Luthor breaks out of jail. He will plague the SuperFriends for the next 5 years.
Plastic Man began working for a government agency assigned to tracking down and defeating bizarre criminal organizations. He was partnered with fellow agent and girlfriend, Penny – whom he later married. Later, they were joined by their son, Baby Plas. He also had bumbling Hawaiian sidekick named Hula-Hula.
Firestorm joins the Justice League.
The SuperFriends meet Darkseid.
The SuperFriends name seems to no longer be in use for the Justice League, now they are simply referred to as "The Super Powers Team."
Although hesitant at first, Cyborg eventually makes the decision to join the Justice League.
By this year, Lex Luthor is now no longer a criminal in the public eye, as he has lead the public to believe he has reformed. He founds LexCorp, and amasses a great deal of wealth. This proves to make Superman's life even more miserable, as he is unable to prove that Luthor is still a criminal.
Booster Gold and his sidekick Skeets time travels back to the 20th century to become superheroes, and eventually members of the Justice League of America. Booster also becomes a good friend of Blue Beetle.
By this century, the human race have colonized many solar systems throughout the galaxy. Humans are among many races native to the interstellar nation known as the United Planets. One human named Zandor and his wife settle on the planet Quasar, where they raise their son to live a more simple primitive life free from the complications of modern technology.
Space Ghost begins his career as an interstellar superhero. Other superheroes in space during this era are the Teen Force and Space Mutts, and on Earth, the world is protected by the Legion of Super-Heroes.
The Legion of Doom time travel to this year and conquer the earth of this era, with the help of a subhuman cave dwelling race called the Barlocks, who help them overthrow earth's capitol city. They move on into outer space and conquer the entire Milky Way Galaxy, with plans to overthrow the rest of the universe. But eventually the Super Friends travel to this year and defeat the Legion.
- ↑ Some of the dates given are based upon real life history, whether they were mentioned or not, others are completely conjectural.
- ↑ As seen in Elevator To Nowhere.
- ↑ As seen in Best Seller.
- ↑ This is conjecture based on the events in the comics.
- ↑ This date is conjecture, based upon the date given in DC Comics.
- ↑ This date is taken from the fact that the Ice Age supposedly happened about 20,000 years ago. The episode that referenced the Ice Age, The Abominable Iceman, was set in 1968, so subtracting 20,000 years from 1968 makes it this year. Just conjecture of course but close enough.
- ↑ As told in Dark Blade Falling.
- ↑ The date is conjecture based on the comics.
- ↑ As seen in The Freedom Force.
- ↑ As told in the opening theme of The Secrets of Isis.
- ↑ Conjecture, based on info from the real world and the Gen 13 (film).
- ↑ As mentioned in Gen 13 (film).
- ↑ As implied in The Time Trap.
- ↑ This seems to indicate that he would have had to time travel back to the time of Ancient Egypt, which was where and when the Freedom Force were stationed.
- ↑ This date is reached based on the fact that in Darkseid's Golden Trap (Part One), it was the 532nd Annual Intergalactic Underworld Auction.
- ↑ Conjecture based upon real life history.
- ↑ This is common knowledge to real-life history.
- ↑ Conjecture based on the comics universe.
- ↑ This is based upon historical accounts.
- ↑ This was established in the episode Elevator To Nowhere. It should be noted that this date seems to contradict real world history, which estimates that Blackbeard wasn't born until 1680 and wasn't even a pirate until 1716.
- ↑ This year was never given, but is conjecture based upon the real life date.
- ↑ As implied in Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C.
- ↑ As established in the Lone Ranger franchise.
- ↑ As established in Superfriends: Rest in Peace.
- ↑ Conjecture based upon the events in the DC Comics Universe.
- ↑ Conjecture based upon the information in The Challenge and The Roast.
- ↑ Historical accounts.
- ↑ As seen in The Menace of the White Dwarf.
- ↑ As seen in The Atlas of the DC Universe.
- ↑ As seen in One-Dimensional Goodness: The Super Friends and the Good Old Days.
- ↑ As seen in Dr. Pelagian's War.
- ↑ The episode mentioned it happened "one year ago."
- ↑ As told in the Atlas of the DC Universe.
- ↑ As seen in Justice League of America, Vol. 1 147.
- ↑ As seen in Space Stars.