Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Hawkman Hijacked in Hyperspace!

Katar and Carter were high-flying heroes on their respective Earths as the Hawkmen. The Earth-One Katar was native to the extra-terrestrial world known as Polaris, his counterpart Carter was native to Earth-Two. While the former traveled through space much more than had the latter, they both were adept at voyages throughout their galaxy and into other realms.

Katar and his wife Shayera possessed at Star-Cruiser, able to travel the expanse between their home and adopted worlds with relative ease. Carter had been gifted at various points in his career with space craft, first while captured and hijacked by Nazis, inexplicably sending him to space, and later when his old friend Elwood Napier gave Hawkman and his Justice Society allies a gravity-motor spaceship.

In order to travel to and fro among the stars, Katar's craft was outfitted with a drive allowing it to access hyperspace. And during Carter's first voyage throughout his solar system, his craft likewise entered hyperspace which led him to an alternate dimension version of Saturn. While it had been said that this was an "alternate universe" version of the planet, the physics of hyperspace in both Earth-One and Earth-Two's universe meant that in fact he arrived at another world within his own universe resembling Earth-Two's Saturn. 

Apparently, just as the extra-dimensional planet Bgztl was in the same physical space as Earth-One and the planet Duomal is in the same physical space as Earth-Two… both worlds are in their universes’ 4th dimension. It appears the worlds the Justice Society members visited during their hyperspace adventure were the other planets in Duomal’s 4th dimension solar system. 

We know these were in an adjacent dimension as Wonder Woman and the “hyperspace” Venusians led by Queen Desira frequently visited each other’s world with relative ease, while traveling between universes could only occur specific times of the year or with devices not invented until decades later.

Monday, June 27, 2022

Masked Manhunters Meet Mighty Mites' Miniature Metropolises

The Dynamic Duo had numerous adventures with the Metropolis Marvel, Superman, and his pal Jimmy Olsen... in both of their cities and across Earth-One... even in space! However, the first time that Superman brought Batman and Robin to his homeworld's last city, Kandor... was a memorable occasion.

During a case together, a bullet ricochetted off the chest of Superman and into his best friend. After an emergency surgery extracting the bullet, Batman physically recovered from his ordeal yet psychologically was traumatized. Thinking he wasn't a worthy partner to Superman, the Dark Knight announced his retirement. In order to help Batman regain his senses and his courage, Superman hatched a scheme with his friend, the Kandorian administrator Than-Ar. 

While bringing Batman, Robin and Jimmy to his Fortress of Solitude on a false pretense, Superman asked for their assistance in tracking down a menace that had reappeared, the Metalloids. An ancient science that transformed men into invulnerable metal while its human host wears a force-radiating instrument, it now terrorized the Kryptonian city which had been shrunken by the alien android known as Brainiac.

After encountering an exceptionally violent Metalloid which threatened the now-powerless* Superman's life, Batman learned this was a ploy by his friend to help him regain his confidence since they were both normal within Kandor's controlled bottle environment.  Although a brief rift formed between the two heroes, they batched up their differences when they combined their efforts to bring the Metalloid Kandorians and their leader, Than-Ar's brother, Jhan-Ar, to justice. 

There was no surviving city of Kandor on Earth-Two, aside from the virtual version contained within the artificial conscience of Kara "Power Girl" Zor-L's Symbioship which brought her to her new home world. However, just as there were a generation of Kandorians born and raised all their lives in a shrunken state within the Bottled City of Kandor a universe away, so to there was a generation of humans likewise miniaturized within the small city known as Midget Town. 

While a chemical formula was used by Darrell Dane to transform into the 6 foot tall Doll Man, in the early 1940s the malevolent mastermind known as Brain Wave developed a purple ray which accomplished this feat. A variation of these treatments was later used on a village by another criminal scientist named Doctor Vargo. Doll Man became aware of these tiny folk, causing them to turn on their creator Thinking this town was destroyed, Dane never revisited it, as it developed into the more civilized Midget Town within a few short years.

When full-sized criminals led by Moose Miller raid the defenseless town, one of its inhabitants named Johnny Wister sought to bring those crooks to justice. This led him into a meeting with Batman and Robin, who along with Johnny and other residents of Midget Town (including Mayor Hawkins and his daughter Carol) accompany the Dynamic Duo back to Gotham City. Together, they track down the hoodlums and capture them.

Monday, June 20, 2022

Martian Mighty Mite Manhunter

On April 1, 1942, all active members of the newly formed Justice Battalion... except for the missing Doctor Fate... met in their New York City penthouse. This meeting was cut short by Nazi agents who captured the team and placed them in hyperspace rockets, exiling the former Justice Society members to other worlds within Earth-Two's solar system. Or was it?

In actuality, the unexpected presence of the being known as Harbinger affected the trajetory of these rockets, which originated from her master the Monitor who sold these to the Nazi scientist Gootsden. Those seven vessels ended up in alternate dimension versions of Venus, Neptune, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Pluto. All seven heroes had adventures on these planets, as each interacted with their native residents, then reunited onc more in space where they returned to their homeworld.

An interesting insight, as mentioned by Roy Thomas, is that one of the members was not the actual hero, but replaced by an alien entity.  Reviewing their individuals tales, we see whom this culprit ended up being. Returning from these alternate planets Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Jupiter, Pluto, Mercury and Venus... Hawkman, Sandman, Doctor Mid-Nite, Starman, Spectre, Johnny Thunder and Wonder Woman appeared unchanged if more enlightened from their experiences. A seventh hero, the Atom, arrived on this new version of Mars possessing superhuman abilities due to its atmospheric conditions. 

Immediately the Atom met a race of benevolent Martians, who brought him to their city and exposed his mind to the Educatograph. This device was said to open his mind by transmitting via radio waves information, allowing the Atom to comprehend and communicate in the Martians language. Was this all that had been transmitted into his mind?

The mysterious Martian who found the Atom then enlisted his aid in capturing the leader of the southern nation, Butor, who was poisoning the water of the northern nation. With his new-found abilities, the Atom was able to defeat the rogue Martians, and ensue peace between the two peoples. As his rocketship was repaired and jettisoned away from this new Mars, the Atom's mind now carried far more than linguistic ppl knowledge, it also apparently carried a link between he and the Martians!

How do we know this? In June 1947, an individual known as Thund Dar arrived on Earth-Two, recruiting Batman and Robin whom they long observed to help them defeat criminal scientist Sax Gola. Gola had developed a crime-ray... a possible modification of the Educatograph (which would have been used on Batman and Robin in order to learn the Martian language)... to turn Martians towards criminal tendencies. Through their observations, the Martians were able to ascertain that Batman and Bruce Wayne were one-in-the-same, which is very important to note as we shall see. Known as the foremost criminologist, Batman was able to defeat Gola and his minions, and then returned to Earth-Two. Apparently, following this tale, the memories of Batman and Robin as to their Martian experience were erased, given their surprise at meeting a Martian Manhunter in August of 1953 (confirmed by that Manhunter’s statement to the Dynamic Duo about keeping their Martian society a secret from Earth).

In August 1947, only two months after returning from Mars-II, Bruce Wayne was called to the bedside of Al Pratt aka the Atom, who had recently been injured. Asking Wayne to take his place at the next meeting of the Justice Society, Wayne arrived to a surprised gathering of heroes. As Doctor Mid-Nite noted, the Atom knew that only members were allowed to attend these meetings. Leaving the room*, Wayne returned as the Batman and aided the Society on the case of the "5 Drowned Men". This adventure occurred  before Superman, and later the other members, learned of Batman’s secret identity. And yet, Al knew that Bruce was the Batman, and Bruce knew that Al was the Atom. No doubt, this was due to their Martian "mind-meld" connection.

Years later, the Martian Roh Kar has also viewed his heroic idol Batman through the Atom's eyes via the Educatograph, and assumed the alter ego of the Manhunter from Mars. He teamed up with the Batman to battle "the Stranger", the only one of Sax Gola's gang still under the influence of the crime ray.

The anatomy of the Martians, from the Atom's first meeting  them in 1942, to Thund Dar's in 1947, to Roh Kar's in 1953, had always been changing. However, as Martians have shape-changing abilities, this highlights their adaptability to various circumstances they may encounter. As seen in all these appearances, the Martians of Earth-Two's universe do not have the physical strength of their Earth-One counterparts. In fact, humans of Earth-Two gain superhuman attributes on their universe's Mars, as opposed to humans of Earth-One.

Evidently, the alternate Mars II which Al Pratt traveled to as the Atom was where most Martians migrated to when the Mars of Earth-Two's solar system became uninhabitable. A similar situation occured on Mars-One, when the White Skinned Martians of that world devastated it, causing the Green Skinned Martians to migrate from their native planet to their own "Mars II" elsewhere in their universe. Both New Mars were accessible from Earths One and Two via hyperspace travel given their distance from these worlds.

The mustached Martian guide of Al Pratt, through the Educatograph, no doubt was in awe of the Atom's exploits throughout the 1940s, particularly when the Mighty Mite gained superhuman strength on par with the Martian Manhunter J'onn J'onzz... his (Roh Kar's) counterpart... who was a charter member of the Justice League of America.

As for the untold case, mentioned at the beginning, of the Justice Battallion/Society uncovering the alien in their midst, this is an untold tale left to be told as these metahuman manhunters discovered the truth.

*Way to go, Alan "Green Lantern" Scott, for revealing to this "civilian" Bruce Wayne that Al Pratt and the Atom were one in the same!!!


Sunday, March 20, 2022

Tinman Tornado... Tragic Traitor? Triumphant Titan?

The android Red Tornado had a long arduous history as a member of the Justice Society, and then Justice League. Modeled after the original Red Tornado, the costumed alias of Ma Hunkle from decades earlier, this android duplicate was constructed by T.O. Morrow to infilitrate and destroy both teams he would eventually join. Each time, Tornado was loyal to his heroic peers. He joined the Justice Society as a probationary member.

During one adventure, Tornado used the Nebula Rod constructed by the Seven Soldiers of Victory to see destroy a Nebula Hand that had been gripping Earth-Two in its destructive grasp. Destroying it, Tornado was then exiled to Earth-One. 

Soon after joining the Justice League, Reddy was destroyed once more by a alien known as Nekron. However, he was later reassembled by the cosmic computer labeled Construct III, an electronic entity like its predecessor trying to enslave the world.  As with the Nebula Hand, that had been derived from a previous evil energy entity named Nebula Man, this latest incarnation of the Construct was defeated by Red Tornado.

Sunday, March 6, 2022

S-P-L-I-T - The Fracturing of 2 Dimwitted Dogooders

The power of the H-Dial of Earth-One and its Earth-Two equivalent were powerful enough to transform ordinary men into extraordinary individuals. Two such individuals used their daring devices to actually split themselves into two separate, distinct individuals, motivated partly for good but mostly for love. Or, at least, what they perceived as love... puppy love.

Robby Reed was the resident superhero (well, superheroes) of Middleton Colorado on Earth-One, and had several adventures as various costumed characters, During a summer job as a waiter, Robby briefly forgot about his H-Dial due to a romantic obsession he had with a girl. Later recalling its existence, Reed used it to transform himself into some of his past identities. Only this time, its disues turned him evil, until Plastic Man defeated him.

Later, Robby tried to stop an invading alien from pillaging his world of historic artifacts. During this battle, Reed was tricked into standing on a trap that would unleash all weaponry upon the planet if he moved. Dialing S-P-L-I-T on his H-Dial, he transformed into both a hero and an evil version of himself. While the good side defeated the alien, the malevolent Robby deactived the trap and the dial. This led to both Reeds losing memories of each other and their past lives.

With his brilliant mind, Reed created a series of cloned supervillians, which he unleashed on hero-Reed's two new heroic protégées, Vicki Grant and Chris King. The pair helped Robby regain his sanity and good nature.

On Earth-Two, the mysterious Burp the Twerp* sought the affection of a girl, and used his amazing abilities to transform both his head and body into a stunning looking man. The unfortunate side-effect of this was to leave the original Burp alone once more, without true love by his side. He stayed noble.

Interestingly, the man whom Burp transformed into bore a striking resemblance to another man who defeated the Justice Society and was the Earth-Two counterpart of Professor Ivo. Ivo was the man who created a synthetic humanoid named Amazo who could replicate all the super powers of most members of the Justice League of America. And Amazo's fashion sense, with various gaudy stripes, bear a striking similiarity to those of Mister The Twerp!

However, although imitating some aspects of one another, it is evident that Amazo aka Helmut Schultz's counterpart on Earth-Two was the robotic Red Panzer aka Helmut Streicher. 

* "Burp the Twerp" was quite possibly Scribbly Jibbet's former boss, newspaper editor Mort Maclin tapping into the metaphysical energy in his newspaper's office.

Saturday, February 26, 2022

Merging of Doppelgängers: The Cosmic Treadmill's Strange Power

The Cosmic Treadmill was a device invented by Barry “Flash” Allen powered by cosmic energy. This device enabled Flash to travel through time, with positive radiation drawing him into the future and negative radiation drawing him back into the past, coordinated by pulsations emanating from its cosmic ray-powered clock. 

During the Crisis on Infinite Earths, Barry along with fellow Justice Leaguers and members of the Justice Alliance of Earth-D constructed a larger version of the Threadmill. The became an interdimensional transport for millions of inhabitants of that world, which were being destroyed by the anti-matter wave destroying the Multiverse. Working with his counterpart Tanaka Rei, Barry created another treadmill, with the ability to merge doppelgängers!

Barry shared this invention with his nephew Wally "Kid Flash" West and his counterpart Jay "Flash" Garrick of Earth-Two. Jay later created his own version of the Threadmill, the Time Vortex. This mechanism similarly allowed for guided time travel, as well as fabricating period-specific clothing for individuals using it. Star-Spangled Kid suspected it manipulated cosmic energy like his  cosmic converter belt and Starman's cosmic rod.

While on Earth-Prime, Barry created another treadmill allowing him to return to Earth-One. Now realizing it bend time and space, upon Tanaka's suggestion they modified the Earth-D version. Those individuals of Earth-D travelling through its portal merged with their "genetic doppelgängers" on Earth-One. Of course, some like Barry and Tanaka weren't genetic counterparts, and so would've remained separate.
A similar occurence happened years earlier, when the Aquaman of Earth-One encountered the city of Necrus, which shifted from its native universe to another from time-to-time. On this occasion, the beam that brought Necrus to his world also struck the King of the Seas, causing a doppelgänger of his appear to be splitting off from him. In fact, this was the long lost Aquaman of Earth-Two, whom Arthur Curry's mind was connected with during this process. Together they defeated Mecrus' leader Mongo and his evil forces attempting to invade Atlantis and attack the surface world, although at the cost of the second Aquaman's life.

The device causing Necrus and the golden age Aquaman to shift from universe to universe was a "dimensional time reflex" machine created by a scientist from a doomed world in space. While merged, the Aquaman pulled into Earth-One's universe was mentally tied to that planet's native Aquaman, as would the Earth-D citizens with the Earth-One twins.

Even the transmatter cubes, created by the Justice League and Justice Society to travel to one another's worlds annually, was used to this effect. When Earth-One was invaded by the creature known as Krogg, who had resided in the Limbo realm between universes for centuries. the Kal-El and Kal-L used the device to become a composite Superman. Just as they doubled their own power, the two felt each other's minds slowly become one.

Something similar probably occured with the Freedom Fighters of Earth-Two, recruited by Uncle Sam to protect Earth-X. Each member may have merged with their Earth-X doppelgänger, which had near identical lives to their own (aside from not being superheroes themselves) and allowing them to carry on their wartime adventures chronicled in Quality Comics.

Perhaps the most widespread effect of this occuring was when the alien Creator2 tried to merge Earth-Two and Earth-One together using the android Red Tornado's dimension-travelling ability. On this occasion, all of the worlds' citizens met their doppelgängers of he other world for a brief period.

What effect this merging had on the minds and bodies of those of Earth-One who now gained the lives and experiences of their Earth-D doppelgängers in unknown.

Thursday, February 24, 2022

Purple Rays: Mystery Energy of the Multiverse that Heals and Harms.

The purple ray, which manifested unique and opposing effects upon those exposed to it s mysterious form of energy. Understanding the nature of this radiation may uncover one of the fundamental forces with the DC Multiverse!

The first to discover this energy was the malevolent scientist known as the Ultra-Humanite. Unleashing its radiation upon citizens of the Earth-Two Metropolis, this led to multiple deaths labeled the "purple plague". Ultra's arch-enemy Superman tracked him down and, during a pivitol battle, between the two, was exposed its rays. Although this killed his body, the effects hadn't reached his brain as yet, which was preserved and implanted in the mind of his kidnap victim, actress Dolores Winters. In this form, Ultra tracked down the ancient Powerstone, last used by Alexie Luthor against their common foe until Superman defeated him and retrieved the stone. When Ultra soon after claimed the powerful object for himself, it manifested similar purple lights which the Humanite used to varying effect. This jewel seemed similar to another, that will be discussed later, from the 7th dimension.

On the Metropolis of Earth-One, a benevolent scientist named Frederic Fowe used his ultra-violet rays Steve Lombard to repair his knee, and unintentionally created a temporary energy duplicate of the football quarterback.

The second appearance of the purple ray was when Princess Diana developed it in order to revive airport Major Steve Trevor, who crashlanded on her homeland of the Earth-Two Paradise Island. Years later, Diana as Wonder Woman used this same purple ray on six of her male colleagues in the Justice Society, who like Trevor were thought dead... reviving them.

A version of the purple ray was also used on the Earth-One Paradise Island by that world's Wonder Woman, both to heal different individuals and to destroy a composite shadow creature attacking her homeland during the Crisis on Infinite Earths. Who developed this purple ray, predating Fowe's, is unknown.

It seems that this purple ray, or ultra-violet ray, is connected to the radiation generated by the star sapphires. These gemstones, created by the immortal Zamorans (who were a type of alien Amazonians, like the Wonder Womens' people), were similar to the Green Lanterns' emerald power rings (created by the Guardians of the Universe, male who were once of the same planet of Maltus as were the Zamorans). This purple energy also had the power of life and death, could create energy constructs, and seemingly bend reality to their user's will. This energy was tied in to their owner's feelings of love, hence if there was ill-will towards another it could be deadly, if a sense of nurturing it could heal.

While it was stated that the purple rays could revive the dead, this evidentally is not the case. As with both Earths' Steve Trevors, and the Justice Society of America members, they were in near-death like comas. Were this energy to actually restore dead ones to the living, the Earth-One Wonder Woman would have used it on her Justice League teammate Barry "Flash" Allen's late wife Iris, and the Earth-Two Wonder Woman would have used it on her former teammate Batman.

Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Aquaman Adversaries: Aquabeast vs Aquafraud

It seemed that every prominent superhero found an evil opposite, a twisted mirror image of himself, that challenged them on a personal level. For the Supermen, it was Bizarro and Flying Tiger; for each Flash, it was Professor Zoom and the Rival; for the Hawkmen, it was Shrike and Trata, for the Green Lanterns, it was Sinestro and...well... Sinestro's clone!

For the Aquaman of Earth-One, it was wealthy playboy Peter Dudley, who had a scientist augment him into the mutated Aquabeast in order to captivate Mera's attention and affection. For the Aquaman of Earth-Two, it was a prolific swimmer named Hall recruited by gangsters with gadgets to cheat innocent islanders out of their personal possessions. 

In the end, Dudley saved Mera's life from an alien at the cost of his own... while Hall ended up incarcerated along with his friends when his deception was revealed.

Monday, February 21, 2022

Johnny Quick’s Hidden Power to Dial “H” for Hero

Photojournalist John Chambers had been raised by genius mathematician Professor Gill, who discovered an ancient scroll with a special formula “3X2(9YZ)4A“. Uttering this series of number and letters grants one the ability to travel at superhuman speeds. As he was nearing death, Gill entrusted this formula to his protégée, who used it as the superheroic speedster Johnny Quick. 

With these powers, Quick rivaled the Flash as one of the fastest men alive, and joined the All-Star Squadron. There he met his future wife Libby “Liberty Belle” Lawrence, whom he a whirlwind romance culminating in marriage. Sadly, their relationship wouldn’t last, although his career as Quick did or several years to come.

On one adventure, while protecting his home of Earth-Two, Johnny was captured by aliens and taken aboard their spacecraft to their native world. On that planet, his powers didn’t work correctly, although Chamber’s superfast mind allowed him to conceive of other power enhancing skills derived from various mathematical formulas.

This was reminiscent of the H-Dial found and used by young Robby Reed, granting him a wide array of meta-human powers. Among these abilities, he became the projectile persona Human Bullet, the dynamic digger the Mole, the zooming zipster Human Comet, the ginormous  grower Giant Boy, the shape shifting Plastic Man, the phenomenal physique Muscle Man. These were just a few examples of Robby’s various tremendous talents during his short yet notable career as several costumed crusaders. Reed's H-Dial turned him evil as the Master, battling Vicki Grant and Chris King, two children granted similar dials.

Chambers likewise had similar diverse powers, from the following formulas:
  • 7X7(3XY)-(4XY)-(5KY) turned him into a projectile persona.
  • (5XY)2C-3C-4C-5C turned him into a dynamic digger.
  • (7QZ)4Z-(8QZ)52-(9QZ)62 turned him into a zooming zipster.
  • (4QY)6Y…(5QY)7Y…(6QY)8Y turned him into ginormous giant.
  • D(19X)…L20…L22…L22 turned him into a shape shifting shrinker.
  • X4(19B)-1X5(19C) turned him into a phenomenal physique.
However, as Johnny states, it might be the unique atmosphere of this alien world granting him different powers. When his counterpart Wally “Kid Flash” West travelled to the alien realm of Dimension X with the Teen Titans, he maintained his superspeed and didn’t gain any new powers. And it seems Robby’s doppleganger Burp the Twerp gained his various powers through mechanical means.

Sunday, February 20, 2022

Dashing Detectives Devoted to Daring Damsels

The Batwomen of Gotham City, heirs to the legacy of the Batmen, included wealthy debutante Kathy Kane, her niece Betty Kane, and a pair of young ladies who were more than a batch for Bruce Wayne. These lasses, Barbara Gordon and Helena Wayne, were trained in the legal field as well as tutored in various athletic aptitudes. Barbara adopted the alter ego of Batgirl, while Helena assumed the alias of Huntress, motivated by the example of both the Batmen and their Police Commissoner fathers, James Gordon and Bruce Wayne, respectively. They also were personal friends of the Dick "Robin" Grayson of their two worlds. There were two other prominent men in their lives.

Jason Bard's life was borne of tragedy, which he'd mold into personal triumphs. Seeking to bring his father to justice for the murder of his mother, this fueled Bard's lifelong interest in the field of criminology. After a tour in the Marines where he was injured, Bard became a private detective. On his first case, he met Barbara and Batgirl, when investigating a homicide by Gotham Goliaths basketball player turned mugger.

Gary Minelli was a Gotham City police detective about to testify on mob bribery with the police force, both of whom conspired to send him to Arkham Asylum. There, under the watchful eye of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether, Minelli was held captive until a riot broke out in the facility, when he met a fellow friendly prisoner in the Huntress. Freeing her, the pair escaped the Asylum, with Gary helping the Huntress recover from an overdose on drugs she was injected with by Fether. Although unmasked, the Huntress' real face was not recognizable to Minelli.

Batgirl was assisted by Jason Bard in subsequent adventures, such as tracking down the Orchid Killer (who threatened the heroine's life), an amoral actress named Veda (who tried to frame Bard for a crime), and a half dozen other cases together before Barbara Gordon left Gotham to become a congresswoman in Washington D.C. Jason  carried on his investigative pursuits, working alongside Kirk "Man-Bat" Langstrom.

Huntress encountered Gary Minelli once more months after their last meeting, as he was assigned to track down the heroine. A series of cat-burglary incidents seemed to suscipiciously point to Huntress as being the cultprit, which she herself believed she had committed while in her sleep. Minelli confirmed she wasn't the burglar, as he had followed her continuously, indicating he knew her double identity. This caused a rift in their relationship, as Helena grew annoyed at Gary's invasion of her privacy.

These detectives, Jason and Gary, were peers to the batwomen in their lives... although their prescence was only momentary in the costumed careers of Batgirl and the Huntress.

Saturday, February 19, 2022

Unrequited Love: The Bold & Bossy Blonde and the Resilient & Redheaded Rube

Christopher "Chris" King and Cecil "Spike" Wilson were sometimes seen as a bit... well... thickheaded? Yet underneath this seemingly oblivious exterior was hearts of gold. And what most captivated their hearts? Why the two sassy blonde ladies in their lives, whom they grew to care for more and more as the try grew up side-by-side.

Vicki Grant and Sugar Plumm were extremely confident, making them highly dependable yet somewhat volatile when dealing with the opposed sex. While definitely the more thoughtful in their approach to problems, they benefited from the playful demeanor of the boys in their lives, allowing them to enjoy adventures together.

In alternate futures, these two couples had stressful times ahead. Chris and Vicki were adversaries as her H-Dial corrupted her personality, along with a vicious cult, forcing him to use his H-Dial in battle with the girl he once loved. Spike and Sugar started a private investigator business together, invading metahuman matters, which often brought the pair into conflict over their different methods. But those were only a possible future, not the likely one for either.

While there was never confirmation that Sugar and Spike ever dated, their devotion to one another was quite evident. As heirs to the heroic, if goofy, Cyclone Kids and their protector the original Red Tornado, Plumm and Wilson forged their paths from getting temporary powers on into their later years.

There was amble validation that Vicki and Chris dated on and off throughout their high schools. At times, a rift would form due to Chris’ bitter rivalry and Vicki’s blind loyalty to her ex-boyfriend Brad, and later her brief romantic interest in Nick Stevens. But their H-Dials, granting them various powers and identities for an hour at a time, as well as their deep friendship always drew them back together.

Friday, February 18, 2022

Historical Heroes & Heroines: Tara & Valda, Scarface & Arak

Tara of Shamballah... Valda of Bradamante... two bold brunette belles in ancient worlds who fought evil while bravely brandishing swords. During the course of their adventures, they encounter indigenous men whose descendants in later generations were identified as Native Americans. These men, Waynah Hunnuh or Scarhart and Arak Red-Hand or Bright-Sky-After-Storm were mighty warriors who likewise were skilled with weaponry coupled with strong physiques, each sole survivors of their tribes. Alongside side these champions were the legendary Travis "Warlord" Morgan and Brian "Shining Knight" Kent, whom they fought alongside through time and space.

Tara was the daughter and sole heir of the King of Shamballah, a city inhabited by descendants of the sunken continent known as Atlantis. While captured by a rival city, she was rescued by the displaced American pilot Travis Morgan, who had accidentally traversed the dimensional barrier between Earth-One and the world of Skartaris where Shamballah was located. On this planet, though to be within the Earth, the two married and later met new friends Scarhart  and diminutive Mongo Ironhand from earlier eras.

Valda was the daughter of Bradamente, tutored to become a female knight in service of the monarch known as Charlemagne. During her adventures she too met like men on her world of Earth-Two, in Brian Kent who was a fellow knight in England, as well as Arak and diminutive Malagigi.

These heroes were active both over a thousand years in the past and in the 20th century, pulled in time from century to century during their tales.

Thursday, February 17, 2022

Whatever Happened to Jon Valor - The Black Pirate of 2 Worlds

Jon Valor was a British nobleman seeking to enforce Justine on the high seas. In order to secure his identity, he adopted the privateer alter ego of Black Pirate, using his athletic prowess and skill as a swordsman as a costumed crusader during the latter half of the 16 century. Eventually, he was captured by the Spanish Armada, and while in captivity wed local noblewoman Donna Bonita, which led to his being enlisted in Spain's service. 

Raising their son Justin, Jon trained the lad into becoming his sidekick. The pair had many adventures, little aware that they had identical counterparts with similar history in another Earth. 

On Earth-Two, Jon and Justin continues to work aids bu side, with Justin eventually replacing his different colored outfit for one matching his sire. This was no doubt to train to succeed him as the next Black Pirate. The pair were brought forward to 1985, where they helped Firebrand and other historical heroes defend Cape Canaveral from Ultra-Humanite and his forces during the Crisis on Infinite Earths.

On Earth-One, Justin appeared to have been lost at sea after he and his father battled a vessel filled with lost pirates. Five years later, while being sent to the Netherlands by the King of England to root out a new brand of pirates, Jon encountered his long lost son. Justin had been rescued by Puritans, and while suffering temporary amnesia was converted to their cause. He was behind the latest pirate sittings, seeking to obtain funds for his people’s cross-Atlantic journey. Assisting his son one last time, Black Pirate helped defeat the English fleet arriving on Dutch shores, and saw his son off as Justin and the Puritans sailed away to America.

Soon after this, Black Pirate and other historic heroes of Earth-One were pulled into 1978 by the Lord of Time. Pirate and his four allies battled the Justice League and Justice Society, before aiding them in saving all time from the Lord’s destructive Eternity Brain at the end of time. Following this, Jon returned to his native time and his waiting wife.

The adventures of the Black Pirates and the Justins (in Sensation and All-American Comics) seem to have mirrored one another up to the point where they diverged, when the one Justin left for America and the other carried on the family tradition. It seems that this Earth-Two Justin had a son who, in the 1800s, was named Jon after his great-great grandfather and became his generation’s Black Pirate (as chronicled in Action Comics).

Sunday, February 13, 2022

1973 Super Bowl VII: Metropolis Meteors & Star Quarterback Steve Lombard

The 1973 Super Bowl pitted the undefeated Miami Dolphins versus their opponents, the Washington Redskins, as the Dolphins finished their perfect season with a 14-7 victory. That was on Earth-Prime. However, on the parallel planet known as Earth-One, two very different teams competed on that occasion.  The victor of that Super Bowl was the Metropolis Meteors, who defeated the Hustlers in a double-digit victory thanks to presence of their star quarterback Steve Lombard.

However, earlier that day, Steve saved the life of a child plummeting off a balcony a few stories above him. The impact of this was reinjuring his bum knees, leaving him unconscious on the street below. However, scientist Frederic Fowe witnessed this, and brought Lombard back to his laboratory. Using his ultra-violet healing ray, which itself was an un-intentional copy of the Purple Healing Ray created by the Wonder Woman of Earth-Two decades earlier, Fowe was able to revitalize Lombard's knees. 

However, a side effect of this procedure was the creation of a phantom quarterback clone of Lombard, composed of radiation from the sun via a solar flare. This creature caused random acts of destruction, however it also fulfilled Steve's conscious desire to win the Super Bowl. Substituting for "Slinger" Lombard, the energy duplicate helped lead the Meteors to a final win for their NFL Football season. 

Soon after, Superman was able to track down the phantom quarterback, sending it back to the sun where it dissipated into energy once more. Lombard, feeling ashamed for taking credit for his team's win for which he wasn't involved, retired from football. WGBS-TV owner Morgan Edge hired Lombard to become his station's nightly news sportscaster... and frequent tormentor of co-worker Clark Kent.

On Earth-Two, Steve Bard evidently didn't have a professional football career himself, having worked for well over a decade as a sports journalist at the Metropolis Daily Star. While he also tormented his world's Clark Kent and irked Clark's alter ego of Superman, Bard was more interested in taunting fellow reporter Lois Lane. Unlike Lombard, who sought to date Lois, Bard sought to outshine Lois as a journalist. Neither met much success.

Saturday, February 12, 2022

Comic Cartoonists Created Costumed Crimefighters

Nick Stevens was an aspiring young artist while still attending Fairfax High School. His primary interest was in creating superheroes for his handmade comicbooks. In 1982, he became friends with fellow students Vicki Grant and Chris King, who themselves were superheroes thanks to the power dials they mysteriously inherited a year earlier. He, and they, discovered that somehow his creations influenced the dials, causing Chris and Vicki to transform into those specific heroes and heroines. After briefly being mentally manipulated by the mysterious Master to use this ability to manufacture supervillains, Nick regained his senses and helped his schoolmates. 

It was then revealed that the Master was really Robbie Reed*, the original Dial H for Hero. After dialing "S-P-L-I-T" in order to become both himself and a superhero in order to save Earth-One, this turned him evil. His heroic alter ego created the two additional power dials then given to Vicki and Chris, after which he was hunted down by Reed. After regaining his sanity and morality, Robbie bequeathed his Dial to Nick. Stevens remained a creative civilian instead of a costumed crimefighter.

On the parallel planet of Earth-Two, another young cartoonist was himself heavily involved with actual superheroes since the 1940s. This lad, Scribbly Jibbet, lived in a neighborhood where his own younger sister Sisty and her best friend Dinky were secretly the Cyclone Kids**, sidekicks of local superheroine Red Tornado***... herself Ma Hunkle the mother of Dinky. During their various adventures, Scribbly tapped into the metaphysical aspects of his reality through Earth-Prime artist Sheldon Mayer whom they all met.

Among Scribbly's greatest inspirations towards his career chronicling costumed crimefighters was Superman, and years later the revived Seven Soldiers of Victory who returned after having disappeared for decades into past eras. This led Scribbly in his late 40's into a job at Metropolis News, illustrating the city's many prtoectors such as the Man of Steel, the Soldiers, Power Girl and some members of the Justice Society. Jibbet also supplemented this with reporting on their tales as a beat reporter. This led him to become friends with the Shining Knight, who recruited Scribbly to be his partner and newest teammate of the Seven Soldiers, or Law's Legionnaires which was their other team name. During the Convergence event on the world of Talos, they saw the other Soldiers losing their lives save for the Knight and Star-Spangled Kid.

In the intervening years between his boyhood days and those as a Legionnaire, Jibbet ended up marrying and fathering a son named Scribbly Jr. His son became friends with Sugar Plumm and Cecil "Spike" Wilson who, like Sisty and Dinky, at times were secretly heroes... although these kids gained various abilities or devices. These kids, like Vicki**** and Chris, were local legends. 

* Robbie Reed's Earth-Two counterpart "Burp the Twerp" was quite possibly Jibbet's former boss, newspaper editor Mort Maclin tapping into the metaphysical energy in his newspaper's office. 
** The Cyclone Kids Sisty and Dinky's Earth-One counterparts were Justice League junior members Paco "Vibe" Ramone and Cynthia "Gypsy" Reynolds.
*** Red Tornado aka Ma Hunkle's Earth-One counterpart was Katma Tui who like Ma was inspired by Green Lantern, with Katma becoming the Green Lantern of her space sector.
**** Vicki Grant's greatest power is her hairs' superhuman ability to stay as pigtales at all times!!!

Friday, February 11, 2022

Kinetic Kangas Kindly Keep Kinfolk

The Kangas were a special breed of animal akin to Kangaroos, yet with far greater leaping ability and physique. On Earth-Two, these creatures arrived on Paradise Island while accompanying the Sky Riders who attempting to conquer the Amazons. When a young Princess Diana defeated the Riders, revealing them to be space born Amazons, her people rehabilitated them while domesticating their propel powered pets.

Of these, Diana's favorite was named Jumpa, whom she would ride as a girl and as Wonder Woman. Her daughter Lyta "Fury" Trevor had a favorite named Flicka, who had a child named Trouble that Lyta was given to raise.

Larger versions of this creature, known as the Sky Kangas, were also brought by the Sky Riders to Earth-Two, and one of these ferried Wonder Woman and her allies through space multiple times. This Sky Kanga filled a role simliar to that of Comet the Superhorse, the animal version of the ancient archer known as Biron on Earth-One. While Biron the Bow-Man had a counterpart in Alias the Spider aka Thomas Hollaway, his animal version had the flying marsupialia as his cosmic twin.

Superhorse formed a strong bond with Supergirl as had Sky Kanga with Wonder Woman. Similarly, Trouble was a playful pet for Fury as was Beppo the Supermonkey of Krypton-One to Supergirl. 

And, of course, there was an Earth-One version of Jumpa. The Kangas of this world had a similar extraterrestrial origin, with a near identical history including Sky Kangas that brought their Sky Rider masters to Paradise Island. Like their Earth-Two counterparts, these creatures were dutiful servants to the Amazons.

Thursday, February 10, 2022

Courageous Cosmic Crimefighting Canines

Space Canine Patrol Agents as well as Bulldog Drumhead and his pals were do-gooder dogs. Residing on parallel planets with the universes of Earths One and Two, with little if any actual contact with the humans of those worlds. And that’s just a doggy shame.

The Patrol's members included Bull Dog, Tall Terrier, Mammoth Mutt, Hot Dog, Tusky Husky, Paw Pooch, Chameleon Collie, Prophetic Pup, Mammoth Miss and Beam Beagle. Of course, their most famous member was Krypto, who accidentally stumbled upon this team while on space patrol. He would join them on two more cases.

Among the Canines’ adversaries were the Canine Caper Gang, the Cat Crime Gang, the Black Cats, and... um... cats in then Phantom Zone??? They also had frenemies in the Space Cat Patrol.

Their common battle cry "Big Dog, big dog, bow wow, wow! We'll stop evil, now, now, now" was Patrol's version of a famous expression from Earth's Yale University "Bulldog, bulldog, bow-wow-wow." Nice segue from Bull Dog and the Patrol; and Bulldog Drumhead.

Police Detective Bulldog Drumhead was charged with raising the mischievous son of a criminal. The pup, Oliver Wendell McDuffy, carried a machine gun in honor of his pop who was now incarcerated for life. Drumhead various fellow cops he worked alongside as well as various creature criminals he was tasked with caging.

It is evident that Bulldog, Oliver and their anthrophomorphic world are in Earth-Two's universe rather than that of Earth-C or Earth-C- given his appearance alongside members of the Justice Society of America.

Wednesday, February 9, 2022

Introducing Krypto the Un-Super Dog of Earth-Two

58 days before the destruction of Krypton-One, its leading scientist Jor-El used his family's pet as a test subject for his experimental  prototype rocketship. After orbiting the world below, the vessel was struck by a stray meteor, causing its engine to engage. After a month and a half of circling around the planet, Krypto's ship was pulled along through the spacewarp created by his young master Kal-El's rocketship, just as Krypton exploded.

Eventually, the puppy grew into a full grown dog, trapped within the vessel yet preserved alive thanks to yellow sun radiation which gave it super-abilities. Crashing on Earth-One years later, Krypto was finally freed from the ship and sought out his master, no longer a toddler but Superboy. As the Boy of Steel trained the Dog of Steel how to use its new powers with the help of the canine's increased intellect, Superboy enlisted Krypto's help in several adventures. In his civilian identity as Clark Kent, Superboy disguised Krypto and gave him a new alter ego as his dog Skip. After several years together, Krypto left to journey through space, although years later reunited with Kal... who was now Superman... on Earth-One. Krypto tried to romantically draw his master and Lois Lane together, to become husband and wife with him as their dutiful pet. Sadly, his scheme didn't succeed.

On Krypto-Two, Jor-L had less time to devise a test rocketship, and so sent his son Kal-L in an untested rocketship. Like his counterpart, Kal-L arrived on his new home world successfully. He grew up as Clark Kent and, in his teen years, as the Masked Wonder. Clark eventually became Superman, and married Lois Lane. Decades later, the Kents invited a new member into their family unit, although this dog was of Earth and so did not have superpowers. This dog, Krypto or Skip (?), traveled to another world... that of Telos... with Clark, Lois and the city of Metropolis.

Krypto had at least one and perhaps other robot duplicates built by his master, as Superboy had done with himself as well. On Earth-Two, a robot canine named Thor the Thunder Dog built by the alien Manhunters joined his master Dan Richard in his crimefighting crusade. It and its "kin" were secretly malevolent, as was Krypto's archfoe Kryptonite Dog.

Monday, February 7, 2022

Twice-Told-Tales: Sinister Scarlet Spacemen vs Scarlet Speedsters

The International Fair was the desired destination of thousands of spectators on Earth-One, and of one sinister spaceman. On the distant planet of Argon, Queen Tatania ordered her best scientists to craft a creation blending cybernetic synthesis of biological genetic and mutational components. Her goal was to create a superhero modeled after the Justice League of America. Although successful in  harnessing the various superhuman abilities of the League members, the Hybrid-android mysteriously went on a destructive rage. 

After leaving portions of Argon devastated, Queen Tatania ordered her minions to use the bio-ray to immobilize then examine the android. Determining it was a destructive menace, the Queen ordered it to be jettisoned into space. However, the craft coincidentally landed on Earth-One, with unwitting witnesses to its arrival unleashing the creature from its rocket-powered cage.

Shortly thereafter, police scientist Barry Allen and his girlfriend reporter Iris West were among those who first saw the Hybrid-android, adopting the blended form of the Flash and Martian Manhunter. Allen transformed into the Flash to combat the being, now causing destruction at the fair. Joined by Martian Manhunter, the pair tried several times at various Fair venues to defeat the android, each time proving unsuccessful in their valiant attempts. What would stop it?

On Earth-Two, decades earlier, three friends of police scientist Jay Garrick and his girlfriend reporter Joan Williams presented them with their newest invention, a flying submarine! The next day, those three men, Winky, Blinky and Noddy, along with Joan and Jay's alter ego the Flash boarded this vessel on its inaugural voyage. What they discovered was that this submarine was capable of travelling through space, and even capable of burrowing through planets. Captive on this vessel, the five friends were carried along to the planet of Mars-Two. However, this Mars was different from one that Jay previously discovered in an earlier tale involving Kriglo spider-like Martians.

Once arriving on this variation of Mars, Flash and his fellows discovered that due to the different atmospheric conditions, they possessed superhman abilities on this new world. The red skinned Martians' leader Jed Bar decided to capture Winky Blinky and Noddy to study their abilities. This led to bitter disappointment, as the alien scientists soon determined that the three were mentally deficient and unsuitable as test subjects. However, the Flash tracked them down and helped the trio escape their captives, then return to the submarine as it was about to launch once more. With Joan, the men left behind this Mars and its inquisitive residents.

As for the Argonians and their android, Martian Manhunter learned of the origin of the Hybrid, and recruited Hawkgirl to pretend to be its Queen, When this scheme failed, it was the appearance of the real Queen Tatania that stopped the android's actions. She accomplished this by apologizing for her previous rejection of its affection for her, which led to it leaving Argon. Exploding into atoms, the Hybrid-android ceased to exist, although soon after another named Super-Duper took its place to taunt and traumatize the Justice League. No corresponding Hybrid-android was developed by the red Martians to battle the Justice Society.

Sunday, February 6, 2022

Batman's Sensational Sidekicks...Not Grayson, the Other Ones!

The Tragic Tales of Jan Haasen and Jason Todd are ones of bitter loss and uplifting recovery. These two lads once had happy lives, crushed by cruel men who left them as orphans, until two caped crusaders of their World's Greatest Heroes took them under their wings. The result was two brave lads.

Jason was the son of Joseph and Trini Todd, star acrobats from Hill Circus. When they accidentally discovered Batman of Earth-One's alter ego, they volunteered to aid him and Robin in exposing Killer Croc for his extortion of protection money from the Circus. When the couple perished at the hand of Croc, their son swore vengeance. Bruce Wayne then adopted Jason.

Eventually, he dyed his blonde hair black and created a patchwork of the Boy Wonder's spandex suit. Although initially opposed to Jason engaging in a costumed career, Bruce saw the same potential in Jason he had seen years earlier in Dick. Both were trained in circus life to be adept acrobats, with natural skills tailor made for a crimefighting career. And so Batman allowed Todd to accompany him on some preliminary cases. Initally, Jason considered aliases such as the Flying Ace, Bluejay, Cardinal, Eagle and Domino.

Jan Haasan was an orphan from Holland during the early days of World War II. Due to the invading armies from Germany which left both his family and fellow villagers dead, Jan sought guidance and support. He found this in the Atom who, along with other members of the Justice Society of America, were delivering Hawkman's food capsules to impoverished residents of various European countries.  As Atom escaped this occupied zone following this adventure, it is assumed he brought along with him Jan, as the lad was next seen under American protection.

Inspired by the Atom's courageous example, Jan joined several other orphans under the tutelage of Captain Rip Carter as the Boy Commandos. This elite team were freedom fighters helping to restore order to the lands of their birth, helping to liberate them from oppression. During these adventures, the Boys meet another member of the Justice Society and his sidekick, Sandman and Sandy. On one occasion, Jan and his fellow Boy Commandos met the Earth-Two Batman and Robin in Detective Comics 65.

Following several years working with his pals in the Commandos, Jan learned that he still had an uncle and other relatives who had survived the War. Welcoming back into their home, Haasen reluctantly parted company with his team, to resume the idealic life he once led as a younger, more innocent, lad. He would later briefly reunite with the Boys.

Jason earned the right to adopt the mantle of Robin. This occurred when Dick decided he had outgrown both the costume and the reputation of the Teen Titan and decided to become the more mature Nightwing. Jason would acquit himself well, even saving Superman's life when that hero was threatened by the machinations of the alien Mongul. Jason would also team of with Nightwing's New Teen Titans from time to time. 

Sadly in at least one alternate future succumbed to tragedy when he became a victim to the Joker's malicious schemes, which in that timeline cost him his life. Thankfully, this future never happened in the main timeline of Earth-One.

Now on Earth-Two, instead of Jan, the second Robin to appear was Rajah Rahbin, who was secretly a young ruler Maharaja Shundu in India who sought to combat the illegal threat to this people of the lawless Thuggee gang. Adopting the Boy Wonder's costume and style of crimefighting, the original Robin Dick Grayson trained Rajah Rahbin. Together, they defeated the Thuggees, and the two lads parted as friends. On Earth-One, Maharaja Shundu's counterpart was the criminal known as the Birdmaster, who led a gang of henchmen dressed as birds as well as hordes of trained attack birds.

While on the surface it wouldn't seem that Jason Todd and Jan Haasen were counterparts, they each after signifcant parallels. Both lads were daring blonde hairs boys, left orphaned at the same age. Each was inspired by a blue cape and cowled crimefighting crusader in Batman and Atom. Both were under the protective guardianship of brave brunette heroes in Bruce "Batman" Wayne and Rip Carter. Also, the two dressed in similarly colorful garb, equipped with a wide array of gadgets and weaponry. And just as Jan would eventually leave his guardian behind to live with an uncle, Todd eventually lived was Natasha "Nocturna" Knight who sought to adopt him.

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