> > > Something was said to the effect that 'whatever the eventual fate of Earth-1, Earth-2 would have it happen 20 years later'. (Or was it ten?)
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> > > In other words, Earth-2 was literally behind the times.
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> > > This apparently helped explain it being called "Earth-2" as well as why the JSA members weren't EONS older than they were. (Okay...substitute the word "years" for "eons".
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> > > I know I read this, but apparently it was a concept DC briefly flirted with, then abandoned.
> > I thought it was the other way around, that what would happen on Earth-2 would eventually happen to Earth-1. That's why Earth-2 had their heroes first.
> Here's a quote from the 2 page spread that (I think) originally appeared in Adventure Comics when the JSA started their run there. It was reprinted in last year's Justice Society Vol. 1.
> For just as the geography of the planets was similar, so too was their history -- save that on Earth-One, the age of heroes had begun twenty-five years later than on Earth-Two.
> Their histories were similar - WW II happened in the 1940's on both Earths, for example, but the heroes appeared at different times (1940's vs 1960's). It was not 1950 on Earth 2 at the same time it was 1970 on Earth 1.
I DID like how Big Bang Comics had that idea, though! THAT must've been where Niddle heard that idea of it being 1950 on one world, and 1970 on another from.
That way, the heroes of each Earth could team up, and be in their primes, instead of one team being so much older than the other.
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