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""The History of the DC Universe"": Harbinger concludes her narration of the History of the Universe, this portion relating events from the end of World War II through the End of Time.


Quote1 ...I have learned the truth: the stuff of heroes is within us all - the willingness to go beyond the routine and lend help to those who need it. Quote2
-- Harbinger



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Synopsis for "The History of the DC Universe"

Harbinger concludes her narration of the History of the Universe, this portion relating events from the end of World War II through the End of Time.



Notes

  • The Pre-Crisis Earth-One Hawkman and Hawkwoman are shown first appearing in the time period corresponding to the Post-Crisis universe's "New Heroic Age." However, as established some years later by the Hawkworld miniseries and the subsequent ongoing series of the same name, Katar Hol and Shayera Thal only arrived on Earth and became Hawkman and Hawkwoman in the restructured Post-Crisis timeline after the Crisis on Infinite Earths and the Alien Alliance's Invasion both concluded. Therefore, all in-canon appearances of the Pre-Crisis Katar and Shayera Hol have been ascribed, Post-Crisis, to Carter and Shiera Hall, the Hawkman and Hawkgirl of the Golden Age. Appearances by the Pre-Crisis Katar and Shayera made in the interregnum between the Crisis on Infinite Earths and the events of the Hawkworld miniseries, meanwhile, were assigned to the Post-Crisis version of Fel Andar, an Thanagarian infiltrator who was an enemy of Katar Hol in the Pre-Crisis Earth-One continuity, and Sharon Parker. Discrepancies, such as the Silver Age Hawkman's assistance in helping Animal Man disable a Thanagarian bomb during Invasion, when a Thanagarian infiltrator would have found it in his best interests not to do so, remain unresolved.
  • The history recorded in the Universe Orb is later utilized by the Manhunters in their attempt to destroy Earth's superheroes and the Chosen in the Millennium miniseries.

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