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What Titles were part of Earth 2 Continuity?


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Peter Svensson




> What Titles were part of Earth 2 Continuity?

Retroactively? Every DC title published before 1955. (For the most part.) Superboy being the exception.

Purposefully? All-Star Comics 58-74. All-Star Squadron 1-60, Annuals 1-3. America vs. the Justice Society 1-4. Infinity Inc 1-27. Showcase 97-99 (Power Girl origin). Wonder Woman 228-243. Wonder Woman 271-321 (Huntress back-ups).

And a bunch of crossovers.

Peter Svensson


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Zazu




> > What Titles were part of Earth 2 Continuity?
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> Retroactively? Every DC title published before 1955. (For the most part.) Superboy being the exception.
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> Purposefully? All-Star Comics 58-74. All-Star Squadron 1-60, Annuals 1-3. America vs. the Justice Society 1-4. Infinity Inc 1-27. Showcase 97-99 (Power Girl origin). Wonder Woman 228-243. Wonder Woman 271-321 (Huntress back-ups).
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> And a bunch of crossovers.
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> Peter Svensson

Dr. Fate had some back up stories in the Flash (since you included the Huntress back up stories from WW).


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Ohotmu the all-knowing




> Purposefully? All-Star Comics 58-74. All-Star Squadron 1-60, Annuals 1-3. America vs. the Justice Society 1-4. Infinity Inc 1-27. Showcase 97-99 (Power Girl origin). Wonder Woman 228-243. Wonder Woman 271-321 (Huntress back-ups).

At least the Earth-2 stretch mentioned above, but I'd absolutely buy the entire run if it was reprinted in TPB's.

Ohotmu


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Bob




> > Purposefully? All-Star Comics 58-74. All-Star Squadron 1-60, Annuals 1-3. America vs. the Justice Society 1-4. Infinity Inc 1-27. Showcase 97-99 (Power Girl origin). Wonder Woman 228-243. Wonder Woman 271-321 (Huntress back-ups).
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> At least the Earth-2 stretch mentioned above, but I'd absolutely buy the entire run if it was reprinted in TPB's.
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> Ohotmu


I'm in!


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Beowulf




> > > What Titles were part of Earth 2 Continuity?
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> > Retroactively? Every DC title published before 1955. (For the most part.) Superboy being the exception.
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> > Purposefully? All-Star Comics 58-74. All-Star Squadron 1-60, Annuals 1-3. America vs. the Justice Society 1-4. Infinity Inc 1-27. Showcase 97-99 (Power Girl origin). Wonder Woman 228-243. Wonder Woman 271-321 (Huntress back-ups).
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> > And a bunch of crossovers.
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> > Peter Svensson
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> Dr. Fate had some back up stories in the Flash (since you included the Huntress back up stories from WW).

What about the Jenni Thunder mini? If it played before COIE, it must have been on Earth 2 as well.


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Racer Cool




> > Purposefully? All-Star Comics 58-74. All-Star Squadron 1-60, Annuals 1-3. America vs. the Justice Society 1-4. Infinity Inc 1-27. Showcase 97-99 (Power Girl origin). Wonder Woman 228-243. Wonder Woman 271-321 (Huntress back-ups).
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> At least the Earth-2 stretch mentioned above, but I'd absolutely buy the entire run if it was reprinted in TPB's.
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> Ohotmu

I wouldn't mind them reprinting the series. I think the best run was the first 12 issues. After that, it was passe especially knocking out the JSA into limbo for a few years.


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Commander Benson




"What Titles were part of Earth 2 Continuity?"

"Retroactively? Every DC title published before 1955. (For the most part.) Superboy being the exception.

"Purposefully?
All-Star Comics 58-74. All-Star Squadron 1-60, Annuals 1-3. America vs. the Justice Society 1-4. Infinity Inc 1-27. Showcase 97-99 (Power Girl origin). Wonder Woman 228-243. Wonder Woman 271-321 (Huntress back-ups)."


DON'T FORGET THE rush of strictly Earth-Two stories and one title in the mid-1960's . . . .

Showcase # 55-6 (Mar.-Apr. and May-Jun., 1965) Doctor Fate and Hourman team-ups

Showcase # 60-1 (Jan.-Feb. and Mar.-Apr., 1966) the Spectre

Showcase # 64 (Sep.-Oct., 1966) the Spectre

The Brave and the Bold # 61-2 (Aug.-Sep. and Oct.-Nov., 1966) Starman and the Black Canary team-ups

The Spectre # 1-10 (Nov.-Dec., 1967 through May-Jun., 1969)


Commander Benson


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Tio Marco




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swmcbf




> > Purposefully? All-Star Comics 58-74. All-Star Squadron 1-60, Annuals 1-3. America vs. the Justice Society 1-4. Infinity Inc 1-27. Showcase 97-99 (Power Girl origin). Wonder Woman 228-243. Wonder Woman 271-321 (Huntress back-ups).
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> At least the Earth-2 stretch mentioned above, but I'd absolutely buy the entire run if it was reprinted in TPB's.
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Enjoyed those stories as a kid so yes. Thomas and company really got cut off at the knees by COIE.That is what intrigues me about the possible return of earth 2


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Superman's Pal




Didn't the "Superman Family" and "Batman Family" books have stories of the Earth-2 Superman & Lois and Earth-2 Batman, Catwoman & Huntress?





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Commander Benson




"Didn't the Superman Family and Batman Family books have stories of the Earth-2 Superman & Lois and Earth-2 Batman, Catwoman & Huntress?"


I HAD FORGOTTEN about those.

The "Mr & Mrs. Superman" series, about the Earth-Two Superman and Lois Kent, appeared in Superman Family # 195-222 (May-Jun., 1979 through Sep., 1982).

The Huntress had a brief series in Batman Family # 18-20 (Jun.-Jul., 1978 through Oct.-Nov., 1978). She also appeared in # 17, but as a guest star and not in her own series.

Hope this helps.


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Gernot




Don't forget the original Justice Society/Justice League team-ups. Not all were based on Earth-2, but several were. \:\)

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fanboyNoVA




I was trying to gather those issues up recently and they're a tricky bunch. In most stores and shows where dealers even have the issues (most don't since its a semi-old, discontinued series), they tend to be treated as cheap, quarter/dollar bin books.

On the other hand, some of those books were drawn by Todd McFarlane and it seems enough folks knew that so a good chunk of the run is harder to find.

A TPB of the "Generations" saga at least makes sense to me.

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