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The fictional history of the DC Universe is a timeline of the major events in the fictional DC Universe. It represents fictional settings for most of the stories featured in DC Comics' publications. DC has published several official timelines with publications such as History of the DC Universe. These timelines coincide with each other because they were published by DC Universe. Plotholes are common in the Golden Age of Comics throughout the Modern Age because of the concept of the Multiverse. The timeline represents fictional time in the Golden Age, Silver Age, and Modern Age of comics. Due to the "floating timeline" that is applied to events in the Modern Age, everything published in the past 5 decades are considered to have taken place in the present. Please note that DC has officially revised its universe's history several times, such as in the limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths (1985), Zero Hour (1994) and Infinite Crisis (2006) and events in the current continuity might no longer be the same as when they were originally published. All dates are approximate unless stated otherwise and all listings include the individual timelines of the DC Universe.

Creation / The Big Bang Edit

There have been several "creation" stories for the DCU. The current theory (which has been repeatedly revisited, as noted below) was first shown in the Brainiac story in Action Comics #544 (June 1983).[citation needed]

The Dawn of Time Edit

  • Superman and Waverider leave Doomsday at the end / beginning of time, where history loops over.[4]
  • c. 20,000,000,000 B.C. – Dawn of Time
  • c. 19,000,000,000 B.C.The Endless appear into existence. They appear in order: Destiny, Death, Dream, Destruction, Desire, Despair and Delight. [5]
  • 19,500,000 B.C. The Prescence creates the angel Lucifer Morningstar to ignite suns, Michael to provide the energy to start the worlds and Gabriel to impose shape on the worlds formed
  • c. 18,000,000,000 B.C.GodWorld is formed.
  • c. 17,000,000,000 B.C. – Life begins to evolve on GodWorld.
  • c. 15,000,000,000 B.C. – Humanoid beings on the GodWorld became known as the Old Gods and fought titanic wars.
    • Imperiex is reborn in the new universe and begins his eons-long destiny of remaking the universe again.

Billions of years agoEdit

  • The GodWorld is destroyed in a great war caused by the Old Gods' greatest weapon, Mageddon. The gods are killed, and the "Godwave" is unleashed on the universe. This creates forces in the universe (such as the Speed Force and the Metagene) that allow certain superpowers to exist. It also gives birth to new gods on planets all around the universe, including Earth.
  • Mageddon is imprisoned in a gravity sink on the outer curve of space-time.
  • The remains of Godworld form the planets Apokolips and New Genesis.
  • Many of the then existing cosmic entities meet to discuss the ways and means of the universe. There the first Despair convinces Rao to spark life on the planet Krypton, doomed at the onset, and suggests that he should let one Kryptonian survive, in order that he might despair at the loss of his home.[6]
  • c. 10,000,000,000 B.C. The Oan Race begins on the planet of Maltus. A group of Maltunians with superior intelect and mental powers emigrate to Oa a planet in the center of the known universe.[7].
  • c. 4,000,400,000 B.C.
  • c. 3,000,000,000 B.C.
    • The evolved Oans leave and split between the female Zamarons and the two male halves: the Guardians of the Universe and Controllers.
    • The Guardians create the Manhunter androids to serve as their agents. However, they eventually rebel against their masters. [9]
    • The Guardians replace the Manhunters with sentient beings and create the Green Lantern Corps first with rayguns charged by batteries. Eventually, they award the corps miraculous power rings driven by the weavers will.
    • the Universe is divided into 3600 individually patrolled sectors.
  • The Zamarons temporarily reside on the planet Korugar before moving on to Zamaron. The male Oans swear not to interfere with them as the killing of a male Korugarian by them or their agents can result in the destruction of the main Green Lantern power battery.
  • The Psions are created from genetically altered lizards by the Guardians.

Pre-20th CenturyEdit

  • Civilization begins on the planet Krypton.
  • 100 million years ago.Armageddon 2001: Captain Atom travels through time in chase with Monarch. He also encounters Chronos.
  • 250,000 Years Ago, ancient Kryptonians create the creature that would become Doomsday
  • 100,000 Years Ago, the Homo_Magi an offshoot of the developing human race, emerge with a genetic predilection to magic, later founding the fabled city of Atlantis[8].
  • 50,000 Years Ago
    • Caveman Vandar Adg gains immortality from exposure to a strange meteor, setting him on the path to becoming the evil Vandal Savage. [10]
  • 40,000 Years Ago
    • Atlantis sinks beneath the Atlantic Ocean. By this time, the majority of Atlantis`s Homo Magi-descendants have abandonment sorcery in favor of science and technology. But the citizens of the Atlantean city of Tritonis embrace dark magic to prevent their doom, later evolving into a race of mer-people as result.[8].
    • Some other Atlantean cities survive underwater thanks to their protective domes. The surviving Atlanteans use magic and technology to change themselves into water-breathing forms, and continue to live under the sea, unknown to the rest of mankind.
  • 30,000 Years Ago
  • A plague wipes out most of the Martian race.
  • 5000 BC: Dr Mist appears.[13]
  • 2600 BC: Shazam gives power to Teth-Adam, a protectorate to watch over his lands while he is gone, who builds the first of the pyramids in Egypt, after which he speeds up civilization to rule it by killing the first of the pharaohs. Shazam only returns to banish Teth-Adam into another dimensional realm. Two Thanagarians crash on the planet. After their deaths the culture and technology is hidden and their civilization disappears.
  • 1200 BC: The Amazon race is born.[13]
  • Roman Empire: The Golden Gladiator appears.[13]
  • 64 AD: – Doctor Doome summons the Roman emperor Nero to battle the Seven Soldiers of Victory in 1942. Five tyrants from the past were summoned with his time machine. Nero captures Captain Atom. The alien civilization has settled on Earth waiting in disbelief for Monarch and their leader returning (Alpha Centurion joins the alien civilization and spends centuries with these aliens).
  • 6th century Middle Ages.
    • Silent Knight appears.[13]
    • Merlin gives the Shining Knight, Sir Justin of the Round Table, magical equipment.
    • Morgaine le Fey destroys Camelot; Merlin unleashes his half brother, the demon Etrigan to battle against her forces, after Morgaine le Fey`s defeat Merlin Binds the Demon Etrigan to a peasant named Jason which drives him mad and fuel a murderous rampage which earns the possessed peasant the sobriquet of ¨Jason-of-the-Blood¨ or simply Jason Blood.[8].
  • 10th century
    • 968: The Viking Prince appears.[13]
  • 12th century
    • 1191: Through Etrigan´s influence Jason Blood betrays the Pope´s Cardinal in Jerusalem, murdering 50 crusading knights suing for the Turks withdrawal from Jerusalem. For his blasphemy Etrigan became a favorite in Hell at the court of Lucifer.
  • 16th century
    • To combat Jewish persecution in the Prague Ghetto, Rabbi Loew creates a defender out of clay, with the Hebrew word for truth,¨Ernet¨, inscribed in his forehead. Later, the Council of Rabbis decrees that a human agent should replace the Golem and thus fabricate the living costume of the Ragman. the Golem mysteriously disappears. [8].
  • 17th century
    • 1660: Jason Blood and Etrigan journey to the New World, leaving death and pestilence in their wake... and earning greater favor in Hell. Through their later exploits are limited neither by continent nor plane, both Blood and Etrigan find themselves more and more time in the Americas, drawn to its bloodshed.[8].
  • 18th century
  • 19th century

20th CenturyEdit

Pre-Golden Age Era

  • World War I: Balloon Buster and Enemy Ace appears.
    • 1917: in an attempt to redeem his centuries of sin, Jason Blood attempts to aid the British and insure a swift victory against the Kaiser´s forces at Ypres in France during WWI. Etrigan slaughter the British instead, further damning Blood.
    • 1919: Morpheus, the Lord of Dreams, is imprisoned.[13]
    • 1935: armed with the mystical symbol of The Seven, Dr Occult first investigations of the supernatural begin.

The Golden Age of Heroes

  • 1938
    • October 30, 1938 : Coinciding with the panic caused by Orson Welles' infamous broadcast, newspaper publisher Lee Travis makes his debut as the Crimson Avenger, becoming the first publicly-recognized costumed hero of the twentieth century (the Sandman, another Golden Age superhero, began his career on an unidentified day in early October 1938, although he is not recognized by the public until 1939). As the first modern superhero, the Crimson Avenger's exploits set the standard for all others, and to this day his costume is used in the Justice League of America's induction ceremony, in Travis's honor.
    • In his quest to revealing the secrets of true magic state magician Giovanni "John" Zatara uncovers a manuscript written by his ancestor Leonardo da Vinci and from it discovers the "backwards" spells he will use as an arcane adventurer. First thwarting Nazi spies and saboteurs during WWII, Zatara´s later exploits will take him beyond the mortal realm.
  • 1939
  • 1940
    • Empowered by the Lords of Order , archeologist Kent Nelson becomes Doctor Fate after years spent under the tutelage of Nabu the Wise who bequeathed to Nelson a mystical amulet, helmet and cape to face the forces of chaos.
  • 1941
    • December 9, 1941: Two days after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor brings the U.S.A. into the second World War; America's heroes try to retaliate only to find that a spell cast by Hitler and the Dragon King (using the Spear of Destiny and the Holy Grail, respectively) causes magical and magic-sensitive people to fall under their control if they enter Nazi-held territory. This leaves most of the truly powerful heroes out of the War. A time travelling heroine from the future clad in Red, White & Blue arrives and is in pursuit of an entity called Dark Angel. She is Queen Hippolyte of the Amazons who has replaced her daughter as Wonder Woman. President Franklin D. Roosevelt then organizes all of America's superheroes into the All-Star Squadron, to protect the homefront. Normal people without special powers (such as Easy Company) fight the war, along with secret experimental soldiers like the Creature Commandos.
    • Sgt. Frank Rock and the men of Easy Company appears, to battle against the Nazis.
    • The Justice Society of America, the world's first superhero team, is founded by America's fledgling costumed heroes in response to the outbreak of World War II.
  • 1945
    • During the Nazi purgue of the Warsaw Ghetto the latest Ragman Jerzy Reganiewicz rallies a defiant against the German storm troopers. despise the tragic outcome of Warsaw, the Ragman gives hope in the face of genocide. After the war Jerzy travels to America, renaming himself ¨Gerry Regan¨ and establishing the Rags ´n´ Tatters Pawnshop in Gotham City.
    • Dr Occult sacrifice his soul in order to help the Justice Society of America defeat the soulless Stalker. To spare Occult´s life, Rose Psychic shares her own soul with him, forging Dr Occult in a new unified being, both male and female.[8].
  • 1951 The Justice Society of America disbands, after being subjected to McCarthyism. (Adventure Comics #466) Superhero activity declines (but doesn't totally disappear) afterwards. Queen Hippolyta who fought as a member of the Justice Society & The All-Star Squadron as Wonder Woman leaves this era and returns to her rightful time in the present. In response to this, the covert government organization Task Force X is formed to fill the gap left by the departing heroes.
  • 1953: Most superhero activity has ceased by this time.

Character originsEdit

  • c. "58 Years Ago"
  • c. "1968"
  • c. "38 Years Ago"
  • c. "30 Years Ago"
    • A mugger murders Thomas and Martha Wayne in what will come to be known as "Crime Alley" in Gotham City. Their son Bruce swears to fight a war on crime. [16]. The killer, Joe Chill is eventually caught. [17].
    • Zatanna is born. She is the daughter of Zatara, whose magical heritage has decelerated his aging process.
  • c. "29 Years Ago"
    • Hippolyta, queen of the Amazons, yearns for a child and carves a statue of a little girl out of clay; her gods grant her wish by turning it into a real girl that she names Diana. [18]
  • c. "24 Years Ago"
    • Young, immature Oliver Queen is shipwrecked and trains, eventually becoming the Green Arrow upon his return to civilization [19]

Modern Era of HeroesEdit

Modern Era of Heroes: Year OneEdit

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  • Superman
    • Clark Kent emerges as Superman. This inspires a new generation of superheroes to debut as well. Later, he joins the staff of the Daily Planet as a reporter.[20]His first true nemesis is the white-collar criminal Lex Luthor.
  • Batman
    • January 4, Lieutenant James Gordon arrives to Gotham and Bruce Wayne at age 25 returns to Gotham after 12 years abroad.[21]
    • March 11, James Gordon get ambushed by its fellow officer Flass and others due not being corrupt as them, later that night he retaliates against Flass beating him up and leaving him naked on the road; Bruce Wayne trying to discover a way to fight crime goes to East End and gets stab by Holly Robinson, a minor prostitute, is attacked by Selina Kyle and gets shot by a cop, he returns home wounded and depress by his failure, a bat crashes its window inspiring him on becoming Batman.[21]
    • April 4, Gordon stops a lunatic from killing an innocent girl, the press name him a hero cop.
    • April 6, Bruce Wayne begins his career as the Batman, going around Gotham`s roofs, stops robs and crimes on night.
    • April 9, Commissioner Gillian B. Loeb gets informs of a ¨giant bat¨ all over the city.[21]
    • May 15, by now Batman have committed 78 acts of assault moving from criminals to corrupt cops ,ow getting the attention of the GCPD.
    • May 19, at a social reunion between the Mob leaders and other corrupt figures of Gotham Batman enters and declares ¨None of you are safe¨ officially declaring war against the corruption of the city.
    • May 20, Commissioner Loeb assign Gordon the immediate capture of Batman.
    • June 2, the police start placing traps for batman with no effect.
    • June 6, Gordon interrogate assistant district attorney Harvey Dent thinking he might be Batman, Batman being on the same room hides until Gordon leaves. Later that night he gets shot by cops after saving a woman, he gets cornered on an abandoned building.
    • June 7, at order of Commissioner Loeb the building on which Batman is hide gets blown up leaving only him an a cat surviving the bombing. Selina and Holly interested by the news go the place. Batman manages to escape leaving 4 officers with broken bones.
    • June 17, Selina leaves East End with Holly.
    • July 5, Gordon starts an affair with detective Sarah Essen.
    • August 7, Selina Kyle is inspired by Batman to become Catwoman[21][22]
    • September 2, Gordon manages to apprehend drug dealer Jefferson Skeevers.
    • Around September, Batman pursue the criminal Red Hood to the Ace Chemical plant, he falls into the chemical basin disappears after that.[23]
    • September 5, in order to stop their affair Sarah request transferring out of Gotham, Skeevers go out of jail on bail, later Batman beats him to confess his crimes.
    • September 12, Detective Arnold Flass is implicated on the Skeever`s drug operation.
    • September 25, Gordon confronts Bruce Wayne to judge if he might be or not Batman, later he confess his wife about his affair.
    • October 12, James Gordon Jr. is born, [21]
    • November 2, Catwoman slashes The Roman´s face after robing him.
    • November 3, James Gordon Jr. is kidnapped by the Roman goons and later rescue by Batman which let to his father James Gordon to trust him. Flass testify against Loeb and others on the police. days after that Gordon is promoted to Captain.[21]
    • November 22, Commissioner Loeb resigns, Edward Grogan is appointed as new commissioner by the mayor.[24]
    • November 23, Bruce Wayne starts a romantic relationship with Julie Madison, Batman discovers the rests of a woman.[24]
    • November 24, Hugo Strange send a three monster like men to kill Maroni`s men to get money from them.
    • November 25, Batman discovers Hugo`s hideout but is attacked by the monster men, manages to escape but is wounded, Hugo creates a the prince of the monster men using batman`s DNA material.
    • November 26, realizing that his deals with Maroni are no longer useful Strange send his Monster men to Maroni`s mansion. Batman uses his first version of Batmobile to stop them.[24]
    • December 3, The Joker try to contaminate the water supply.[25]
  • Wonder Woman
    • Diana, Princess of the Amazons, arrives in America, where she takes the costumed identity of Wonder Woman. [17]
    • She later rescues her long lost "twin" Donna after she was left to die in a building fire by Dark Angel and brings her home to Paradise Island where she is trained by both the Amazons and the Titans of Myth. [26]
  • Flash
    • Central City police scientist Barry Allen is hit by lightning and chemicals, becoming the Flash at age 24[27], named after his childhood hero. [28]
  • Green Lantern
  • Aquaman
  • Martian Manhunter
    • J'onn J'onzz reveals his existence to the public and becomes known as the Martian Manhunter.
  • Black Canary
    • Dinah Laurel Lance makes her debut as the second Black Canary.

Modern Era of Heroes: Year TwoEdit

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  • Superman
  • Batman
    • Various of Batman's Rogues first appear throughout his second year of crime fighting which gradually phases out the gangsters in favor of the "freaks". Notable foes include the Penguin, Poison Ivy, the Riddler, Solomon Grundy, the Mad Hatter, Mr. Freeze, the Calender Man, the Penny Plunderer.
    • June Johnny Vitti nephew of Carmine "The Roman" Falcone gets married on a hot day of June later that night Falcone puts a bounty of 1 million dollars over Batman and Catwoman. Harvey Dent, Batman and Captain James Gordon meet at the roof of GCPD and swear to bring down the Roman.[31]
    • July Bruce Wayne becomes the new director of Gotham City Bank.[31]
    • October the Holiday assassin kills Johnny Vitti on his bathtub. On Halloween Batman and Harvey Dent destroy one of Falcone`s warehouse full of money. The Vitti goons attempt an attack on Dent`s house as revenge for Vitti`s kill, the attack is unsuccessful.[31]
    • November on Thanksgiving Batman fight Solomon Grundy on the Gotham`s sewer. at night 5 of the Roman`s goons are killed by Holiday.[32]
    • December on Christmas Eve Joker escapes prison, he later attacks a family and the Maroni`s restaurant. On Christmas Joker attacks Harvey Dent on his house and Milos, the Roman personal guard is killed by Holiday.[33]On New years Eve Joker on a crazy attempt of getting rid of Holiday steal a plane and try to kill lots of people on the center of Gotham, Batman ruins the attempt and Joker returns to Arkham. Alberto Falcone disappears, presumably attacked by Holiday[34]

Modern Age of Heroes: Year Three Edit

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  • Batman
    • February On Valentines Day Maroni`s restaurant is attacked and 4 of Maroni`s goons are killed by Holyday, Sal Maroni declares war against him. the same day Bruce Wayne is taken under Poison Ivy`s control.6
    • March Sofia Falcone is released from prison on parole, Poison Ivy forces Bruce Wayne as director of the GCB to open business with Falcone Imports. On Saint Patrick`s Day Sal Maroni`s safe house is attacked by Holiday. 7
    • April On April`s fools day Holiday attacks the Riddler but let him live
    • May on Mothers day Jonathan Crane escapes Arkham. Gordon and Harvey go to question Bruce Wayne about his connection with Falcone. Holiday kills the ¨Gunsmith¨.8
    • June on Fathers Day Luigi Maroni is killed by Holiday. Harvey Dent go visit his father, he gave him a 2 face coin. 9
    • July on 4 of July the Gotham City Coroner its killed by Holyday. Bruce Wayne spend the festivity with Selina Kyle, Batman stops Mad Hatter and Scarecrow from a rob. 10
    • August on August 2, Carmine Falcone birthday Sal Maroni throw Acid on Harvey Dent`s Face, he escape the hospital after recovering from it, Carla Falcone is killed on the coroner`s office. 11
    • September on Labor`s Day after a month disappeared Harvey dent meet Solomon Grundy and befriends with him. Sal Maroni is killed by Holiday. 12
    • October October 31 Harvey Dent debut as Two Face, releases inmates from arkham and kill Carmine Falcone with 2 bullets on the head, then go to his office and kills his former assistant Vernon then turn himself in. 13

Modern Age of Heroes: Year FourEdit

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  • Former College Proffesor Jonathan Crane officially makes his debut in Gotham City as the Scarecrow. He pursues those he blamed for his troubled past hoping to be confronted by Batman & Robin (Year One: Batman/Scarecrow #1-2).
  • Wally West makes his debut as Kid Flash.
  • Garth makes his debut as Aqualad.
  • Superman and Batman discover each others secret identities and forge a strange friendship (Superman/Batman Annual #1).
  • A number of superheroes: The Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Superman & Batman form the Justice League. They would all eventually share secrets. [35]
  • Batman confides in Superman about his worries in adjusting to working in a group despite the two of them working well together and despite taking in Robin (Justice League of America vol. 2 #0).
  • The Justice Society of America officially comes out of retirement and begins regular team-ups with the newly-formed JLA.

Modern Era of Heroes: Year FiveEdit

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  • Donna Troy returns to America. Inspired by her sister, Wonder Woman, she makes her debut as Wonder Girl.
  • Robin, Kid Flash and Aqualad unite in Hatton Corners to defeat the villain Mr. Twister (The Brave and the Bold #54). Shortly thereafter, the three join forces with Wonder Girl and Speedy and call themselves the Teen Titans (Teen Titans #53; Secret Origins Annual #3).
  • Hollywood stuntman Buddy Baker receives the powers of Animal Man.
  • Soldier of Fortune Rex Mason is transformed into Metamorpho, The Element Man.
  • Barbara Gordon becomes Batgirl.[36]

Modern Era of Heroes: Year SixEdit

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Modern Era of Heroes: Year SixEdit

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  • Kara Zor-L, then age 18, lands on Earth after her rocket ship departs the Krypton of the Earth-Two dimension.[37] She is discovered by Superman and eventually joins the JSA and makes her debut as Power Girl.[38]
  • Former Olympic Athlete Jefferson Pierce debuts as the urban super-hero Black Lightning.
  • Wally West graduates high school.

Modern Era of Heroes: Year SevenEdit

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Crisis On Infinite EarthsEdit

Modern Era of Heroes: Year EightEdit

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Modern Era of Heroes: Year NineEdit

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Modern Era of Heroes: Year TenEdit

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The Death of SupermanEdit

Modern Era of Heroes: Year ElevenEdit

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Modern Era of Heroes: Year TwelveEdit

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  • In the Midwestern city of Dakota, the leaders of all of the Paris Island gangs choose to settle their differences in a massive "gang bang" confrontation dubbed the "big bang". Mayor Jefferson ordered the Police Department to spray all present gang members with an experimental tear gas laced with a radioactive marker that would allow the police to track the participants. The gas contained a mutagen called "quantum juice" (or "Q-juice") that killed most exposed to it and mutated the rest. The survivors became superheroes and supervillains known as "bang babies". The survivors of two gangs (the Paris Bloods and Force Syndicate) formed the core of the Blood Syndicate. Virgil Ovid Hawkins (age 15) became the electricly powered super hero Static.
  • Donna Troy is killed by a Superman robot and Brainiac 8[63]
  • The Spectre erases the Flash's secret identity from the world.
  • Krona seeks to erase both the DC Universe and the Marvel Universe to observe the creation of a new universe. After heroes from both universes fight to stop Krona, Flash and Hawkeye imprison him in a cosmic egg.
  • Lex Luthor is removed from office by Superman and Batman.[64]
  • Kara Zor-El arrives on Earth.[65]
  • Black Adam, Atom-Smasher, and a band of younger JSA members overthrow the Kahndaqi government, and Adam appoints himself ruler.[66]

Batman: War GamesEdit

Identity Crisis and Green Lantern: RebirthEdit

  • Sue Dibny is murdered by Jean Loring.[67]
  • Jack Drake (Robin's father), and Captain Boomerang kill each other simultaneously.[68]
  • The Atom shrinks himself to microscopic size and disappears for time away, after discovering his wife was a psychopath.[69]
  • Wally West and Zatanna return the Top's memories,[70] and he subsequently starts the Rogue War.
  • Coast City is reconstructed.[71]
  • The Vanishing, a mysterious force of nature, causes millions of people, including Lois Lane, to disappear. Superman, as it turns out, finds them in an alternate universe Phantom Zone-type dimension, where he tries to create a new world for humans to avoid the same fate as Krypton. Eventually, he destroys this place after an alternate Zod tries to take over, the Fortress of Solitude is destroyed after a fight with Wonder Woman, and Lois and the other humans are returned with their memories of the whole event erased.[72]
  • Hal Jordan is resurrected and Parallax is imprisoned in the Central Power Battery.[73] The Spectre remains without a host.[74]
  • The Guardians of the Universe return.
  • Green Lantern Corps reforms; doubles its membership.[75]
  • Guy Gardner loses his Vuldarian abilities and rejoins the Green Lantern Corps with a promotion to the Green Lantern Honor Guard.

Countdown to Infinite CrisisEdit

Infinite CrisisEdit

After Infinite CrisisEdit

Modern Era of Heroes: Year ThirteenEdit

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One Year LaterEdit

Modern Era of Heroes: Year FourteenEdit

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Countdown to Final CrisisEdit

Final CrisisEdit

Post-Final CrisisEdit

For more major events that take place within this time period, see Major Events of the DC Universe.

FutureEdit

Legion of Super-HeroesEdit

  • c. 3000 AC: Legion of Super Heroes is formed.[150]
    • Barry Allen lives during this era, following his murder trial and before his death in the Crisis on Infinite Earths.[151]
    • The Legion is officially sponsored by United Planets.
    • Death of Dream Girl.
    • Supergirl arrives from the past following the Zeta Beam accident after Infinite Crisis.[152]
    • Bart Allen is born.[153]
    • Owen Mercer is born.Template:Issue
  • c. 64th Century AC: Magic and Science have become one and the criminal Abra kadabra is exiled to the 20th Century where he again takes up a life of crime.
  • 64th century: Brainiac 13's home time.

Alternate and possible future eventsEdit

As of Infinite Crisis, these future events are unconfirmed.

  • The Great Disaster. Jack Kirby's Fourth World presented a scenario known as The Great Disaster, which destroys human civilization sometime between the 20th and 30th centuries. Infinite Crisis and Countdown have contained a number of implicit and explicit references to the event, and that it may come to pass in the near future.
  • Future Earth A.D. (After Disaster)- the world is ruled by evolved animals with intelligence, Kamandi is the last human on Earth.

The End of Time Edit

  • The Legion of Super-Heroes' enemy, the Time Trapper, lives at the end of time. The universe begins to collapse as it is consumed by entropy.
  • Krona tries to look past this time to view the beginning of the universe, only to unleash entropy on the early universe wiping out countless lives. Doomsday is sent here, consumed by entropy, and later escapes.
  • Epoch the Lord of Time goes to the year 1 billion and creates the Timepoint.
  • 100,000,000,000 A.D. – The universe finally ends. Mister E and Timothy Hunter visit here briefly. Destiny closes his book and dies, and Death sends Mr. E and Tim Hunter back. Death figuratively closes shop on the universe. (The Books of Magic)
  • The universe loops back to the beginning. It is the job of Imperiex to end and recreate the DC Universe.

References Edit

  1. Crisis on Infinite Earths #12, 1985.
  2. Zero Hour #0, 1994
  3. Action Comics #782
  4. Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey 1994
  5. The Sandman
  6. Sandman
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Green Lantern Secret Files and origins, Jul 1998
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 Day of Judgment: Secret Files, Nov 1999
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  10. The Flash #137
  11. JLA
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  15. Action Comics #850, 2007
  16. Flashback in Detective Comics #33, November, 1939
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 Infinite Crisis #7
  18. Wonder Woman vol. 2, #1
  19. Green Arrow Year One Annual: From the Beginning, Green Arrow: Year One
  20. The Man of Steel, Action Comics #850
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  22. Catwoman: Her Sister's Keeper
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  25. Batman: The Man Who Laughs
  26. Wonder Woman Annual# 1/Vol.3
  27. Secret Origins Annual #2
  28. (Showcase #4)
  29. Showcase #22
  30. Aquaman Year One Annual
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  36. Batgirl: Year One
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  41. Batman #422
  42. 42.0 42.1 42.2 Crisis on Infinite Earths, 1985
  43. The Power of Shazam! (1994, graphic novel)
  44. Batman: A Death in the Family
  45. Hawkworld: Book Three
  46. Green Lantern: Mosaic
  47. War of the Gods, 1991
  48. Batman Annual #25, 2006
  49. Superman: They Saved Luthor's Brain!
  50. Batman #457, 1990
  51. Superman vol. 2, #75, 1992
  52. Emerald Twilight, Green Lantern: Rebirth
  53. Green Lantern: Emerald Twilight
  54. Green Lantern #50
  55. Batman #497-500, 1993
  56. The Power of Shazam! #4, #7
  57. JSA #2
  58. 58.0 58.1 Final Night
  59. Superman: The Wedding Album, 1996
  60. Superman v.2 #122, 1997
  61. Day of Judgement, 1999
  62. Batman: Hush
  63. Titans / Young Justice: Graduation Day
  64. Superman/Batman #1-6, 2004
  65. Superman/Batman #8, 2004
  66. JSA: Black Reign
  67. Identity Crisis #1, 2004
  68. Identity Crisis #5, 2004
  69. Identity Crisis #7, 2004
  70. Flash: The Secret of Barry Allen
  71. Green Lantern: Rebirth #1, 2004
  72. Superman: For Tomorrow
  73. Green Lantern: Rebirth #3, 2005
  74. Green Lantern: Rebirth limited series
  75. Green Lantern Corps: Recharge
  76. Countdown to Infinite Crisis #1, 2005
  77. JLA #119
  78. JSA Classified #4
  79. Wonder Woman 219
  80. Rann/Thanagar War: Infinite Crisis Special
  81. 81.0 81.1 Infinite Crisis #2, 2005
  82. Infinite Crisis #6
  83. Villains United: Infinite Crisis Special, Infinite Crisis #7 (2006)
  84. 52: Week One
  85. 52: Week Five
  86. 52: Week Eight
  87. 52: Week Eleven
  88. 52: Week Twelve
  89. 52: Week #15
  90. 52 Week #37, 2007
  91. 52: Week Thirty-Five, Batman #651
  92. Wonder Woman #1, 2006
  93. 52:Week Forty
  94. 52 #42, 2007
  95. 52 Week Forty-Five, World War III
  96. 52 #52
  97. 52 #52, 2007
  98. Superman #652, 2006
  99. Batman #651
  100. Action Comics #840
  101. Superman: Last Son
  102. Bart first appeared in costume during Infinite Crisis, but became the Flash in The Flash: The Fastest Man Alive #2, 2006
  103. Teen Titans #33
  104. Green Lantern #10, 2006
  105. Sinestro Corps Special #1, 2007
  106. Amazons Attack #6
  107. Amazons Attack #1
  108. The Flash - The Fastest Man Alive #13,2007
  109. Justice League of America #10, 2007
  110. Sinestro Corps War #1, 2007
  111. Green Lantern #23, 2007
  112. Green Lantern Corps #17, 2007
  113. Green Lantern #24, 2007
  114. 114.0 114.1 114.2 Green Lantern #25, 2007
  115. Green Lantern #26, 2008
  116. Green Lantern #28, 2008
  117. Countdown Presents The Search For Ray Palmer #1, 2007
  118. Countdown: Arena #1, 2007
  119. Booster Gold #1, 2007
  120. Justice League of America: Wedding Special #1, 2007
  121. Justice Society of America #9, 2007
  122. Justice Society of America #15, 2008
  123. Justice Society of America #22, 2009
  124. The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul #4, 2007
  125. Death of the New Gods, 2008
  126. Countdown to Final Crisis #2, 2008
  127. Countdown to Final Crisis #1, 2008
  128. Robin #174, 2008
  129. Booster Gold #1,000,000, 2008
  130. Batman R.I.P., 2008
  131. DC Universe: #0, 2008; Justice League of America #21, 2008
  132. Final Crisis #1, 2008
  133. Final Crisis: Requiem 2008
  134. Final Crisis: Rage of the Red Lanterns #1, 2008
  135. 135.0 135.1 Final Crisis #2, 2008
  136. Final Crisis: Superman Beyond 3-D #1, 2008
  137. Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds #1, 2008
  138. Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds #1, 2008
  139. Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds #4, 2009
  140. Final Crisis #3, 2008
  141. Final Crisis #4, 2008
  142. 142.0 142.1 Final Crisis #6, 2009
  143. 143.0 143.1 143.2 143.3 143.4 Final Crisis #7, 2009
  144. Superman: Braniac
  145. Superman: New Krypton
  146. The Flash: Rebirth #1, 2009
  147. Battle for the Cowl #1-3, 2009 & Red Robin #1, 2009
  148. Zero Hour #0, 2004
  149. Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes #20, 2006
  150. Legion of Super-Heroes #1, 2005
  151. The Flash: The Fastest Man Alive #2, 2006
  152. Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes #16, 2006
  153. The Flash: The Fastest Man Alive #2, 2006

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