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Subj: Completing the list...
Posted: Thu Jan 18, 2007 at 09:41:28 am EST (Viewed 4 times)
Reply Subj: Re: John Dee/Dr Destiny
Posted: Thu Jan 18, 2007 at 06:39:22 am EST
> > I just read Sandman # 7 it features a guy going by the name of John Dee is this the same guy as the JLA's Dr Destiny?
> > where else can I read about this Dr Destiny? what issues?
> From the DC Guide:
> Justice League of America #5 (June-July 1961)
> Justice League of America #19 (May 1963)
> Justice League of America #34 (March 1965)
> Justice League of America #61 (March 1968)
> Justice League of America #154 (May 1978)
> Justice League of America #175 (February 1980)
> Justice League of America #176 (March 1980)
> DC Comics Presents #30 (February 1981)
> Justice League of America Annual #1 (1983)
> Crisis on Infinite Earths #10 (January 1986)
> Black Orchid vol. 1 #2 (1989)
> Sandman vol. 2 #2 (February 1989)
> Sandman vol. 2 #4 (April 1989)
> Sandman vol. 2 #5 (May 1989)
> Sandman vol. 2 #6 (June 1989)
> Sandman vol. 2 #7 (July 1989)
Justice League of America v.2 #72
Justice League of America v.2 #73
Justice League of America v.2 #74
Justice League of America v.2 #75
> Justice League: Midsummer's Nightmare #1 (September 1996)
> Justice League: Midsummer's Nightmare #2 (October 1996)
> Justice League: Midsummer's Nightmare #3 (November 1996)
He was also in the continuity-questionable Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth, which is referenced in Killer Croc's looseleaf Who's Who entry and refers several times to DC continuity* but is considered of dubious to no canonical status these days.
> John Dee was also on "Justice League" the animated series.
In the second season's two-part episode "Only a Dream," with nonspeaking cameos in the final JLU saeson episodes "I Am Legion" and "Alive!"
- Omar Karindu
*Evidence for this includes:
-- Professor Milo is in the Asylum, having apparently recovered his sanity after suffering chemically-induced madness his last appearance in Detective Comics #327. His next appearance, in Batman: Joker's Apprentice #1, treats the GN as in-continuity for Milo.
-- Tweedledee and Tweedledum are seen wired to the Asylum walls as established in Rick Veitch's Floronic Man story from Secret Origins #23.
-- The GN uses and slightly modifies the Who's Who history of Arkham developed by Len Wein. The modifications Morrison makes to the history are then reflected in the Arkham Asylum entry in the looseleaf Who's Who v.4 #13.
-- As noted above, Croc's Who's Who page from the early 1990s looseleaf edition refers directly to the battle in the Graphic Novel.
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