When a trio of villains tried to gain godlike powers using Krona, one of the side effects was to push Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman out of the universe and into Earth-1. Here, they became gods, usurping the power of a group of extant deities, and built a home on a world of aliens who resembled the ancient Multusians. They ruled wisely, until they were called to fight their way home.
In the aftermath, Krona found himself shackled in Earth-1. Here he was visited by the deities that the three heroes had taken the place of. They proceeded to use his power to remake the universe "as it was meant to be'.
Superman & the Dheronian Invasion
Shortly after Clark Kent moved to Metropolis from Smallville, the Earth was invaded by thousands of alien ships lead by Tyrell. Tyrell explained over a world-wide breadcast that he and his people (The Dheronians) have been searching from planet to planet for the last remaining Kryptonian.
When Clark witnessed the bravery displayed by Jim Olsen and Lois Lane when confronted by deadly Dheronian Droids, he was inspired to honor his late adoptive father, Jonathan Kent, and don the costume his adoptive mother, Martha Kent, had made him when he was growing up from the materials found in the same spacecraft that Clark had crash-landed on Earth in many years earlier.
Calling himself Superman, Clark managed to ward off the invaders and kill Tyrell. When later interviewed, the general public had mixed feelings about an alien with advanced abilities living among them as their protector; some calling him a hero while others wondering if it was all an act to gain their trust simply to betray them at a later date.
- Earth-1 is not the same reality as Pre-Crisis Earth-One , nor is it to be confused with New Earth continuity, as seen in most regularly published DC comic books.
- Existing Earth 1 Novels- Superman Earth 1, Superman Earth 1 Volume 2 and Batman Earth 1
- No trivia.
- Characters from Earth-1
- Other things related to Earth-1
- Earth-1's Comic Appearances
- Reality Gallery: Earth-1
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