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Subj: Re: Dumb question...when was time travel first introduced in DC comics?
Posted: Thu Dec 21, 2017 at 01:44:56 pm EST (Viewed 67 times)
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Rip Hunter might have been the first one to make a career out of it starting in 1959, Showcase #20.

But the villain Per Degaton had a time machine back in 1947 in a story that has been referenced and followed up on many times, All-Star Comics #35.


I can take it further back by offering All-Star Comics #10, mid 1942, which has a story focusing on a possible Bomb Defence Formula for the war effort and a connecting time-travel plot reaching to the 25th century. This might well be the first time-travel story in a DC comic, so far as I am aware Superman didn't learn the ability until the latter part of the 1940's, which leaves only Jay Garrick:The Flash as an obvious possible contender....





Available to Read, for Free! Fantasy Express #5. Go Back to 1983 - and meet Alan Moore in full, Read all about Countdown, And then there's Johnny Future...

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #36 - In Search of a Legacy.

A Peculiar Effect on the BBC - The Story of Bernard Wilkie.

Arrow Jan 16th - Divided.

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