Doctor Deadly flees into outer space. The three realize that only by working together were they able to defeat the villain, and that some threats only can be stopped by a team. And so they put the word out that they wish to form a team, and are calling on any new heroes since there had been a recent explosion of new heroes who would like to join.
Doctor Deadly will later be revealed to be Morgoth from the Lord of the Rings, who is possessing an alien scientist's body. Phil Sheridan came up with the name. In this reality, the Flash apparently doesn't exist, at least not in the early 80s. I guess there's more than one Central City. Man-Killer fills in for Wonder Woman. Space Hero fills for Green Lantern. Waterman for Aquaman. The Toy for the Atom.
Interestingly, later, Bird Boy was found to be constantly hopping around in time due to the Crisis. Screamer is Black Canary, obviously. Witch Woman fills in for Zatanna. Stretch fills in for Elongated Man, but is actually Stretch Armstrong, as in the toy where you could grab his arms and stretch him out. Vic and Tornado Man took the place of Red Tornado. Tornado Man here is an older hero among the group, formerly having been a member of the Mighty Heroes.
Fireman is the replacement for Firestorm. Chris Whaland was the Snapper Carr of the group. The PKP disbanded in , but in , I wrote a story from that retroactively added the character. It featured every Super Comics character that ever appeared thus far. The story reveals that the Crisis affected all realities, including those of Powerkid, the Heroes of Earth, and Animal Town.
This story also takes place in many time periods, involving the present day characters, Super-Bob from , Middle-Earth, the Space Patrol, etc. Joe, the Ghostbusters, and Madison Mermaid from Splash. There may be more that I can't remember. The story reveals that these realities which would be the TVCU, Horror Universe, and Looniverse , were affected by the anti-matter wall and the time and space anomalies.
The Super Comics heroes and villains were all on the Monitor's satellite, along with heroes from the Marvel Universe as well. For the sake of the TVCU, these alternate realities were all divergent timelines with the exception of the Looniverse, which is a magical realm in the Void between realities. Powerkid and other Super Comics heroes were part of a second team that invade the anti-matter universe. But after that, the Powerkid Police and Heroes of Earth had to deal with a separate crisis within their own realities.
Doctor Deadly has taken advantage of the weakening of time and space to attempt to destroy all reality.
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Also during these events, the Anti-Monitor kills Powergirl, who Powerkid had a crush on. At the end of these events, the Powerkid Police disband and Powerkid retires. He also decides that he is no longer Bobby, and goes by Bob. Another effect of the Crisis is that Powerkid loses knowledge of the future, including his meetings with the Space Patrol.
Bruce Wayne jr takes over the role. Felix Faust captures Zatanna, and as they discuss his motivations, we are told not only the origins of Zatara and Zatanna, but also of Doctor Mist and Felix Faust. This was meant to be the post crisis revised origins of Zatara and Zatanna. In the original version of the story, proposed by Jean Marc Lofficier, Wotan was meant to be the main villain. Wotan is from mythology, but this was the version who was an enemy of Doctor Fate. This story conflates Felix Faust with the original Faust. This story reveals that when Zatanna was young, she had an affair with John Constantine.
The flashbacks show Zatara as a member of the All-Star Squadron. Zatanna is shown in flashbacks to have worked with many members of the DC supernatural community. Doctor Mist is a member of the Global Guardians, first appearing in the Super Friends comic book, but he is based on a character from H. The Justice Society are shown in flashback to the storyline in which they are brought before congress and forced to retire, leading to the end of the golden age of heroes.
Zatanna is also shown in flashback as a member of the Justice League of America. Jack and Peter Fitzhume Sr pose as psychiatrists to see him, with Ron tagging along, posing as their intern.
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Ford reveals to them that the Church was scouting areas around the country for a powerful ritual, under the guise of being roadies for Weird Al Yankovic and the Monkees Peter Tork, Mickey Dolenz, and Davy Jones on their concert tour currently in Louisville. The cultists are exposed and flee. Jack claims to be Ford's personal doctor to have him transferred to the Dunwich Mental Institute, but instead O'Donald joins the Enigma Quorum to help track down the cult's chosen location, which he knows must be near by. Ron Schabloski is so impressed by Yankovic of whom he was already a fan that he adopts a most unfortunate hairstyle for a time, and will later use the nickname "Crazy Ivan" in homage to "Weird Al".
Regrettably, Ron's new hairstyle actually happened.
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They live in Hadenville, Ohio, which is also the location for the headquarters of the new Heroes of Earth introduced in Heroes. It's also the setting for Dark Knight over Hadenville, a story in which a troubled teen creates his own Batman costume and become a vigilante. There's some that feel that this Joker might actually be an immortal who was the original Joker.
Others might argue that the clown prince here is Creed Bratton of the Grassroots and the Office.
Satan is a villain from Kari Utterson is a descendent of Dr. The "Batman Family" characters exist in the TVCU but are also subject to fictionalizations, which served as the templates for the Anti-Logic transformations.
It may seem Daredevil is too old for this type of adventure. But that's if he debuted in But in the TVCU he debuted in the early s, making him 20 year younger in this reality. The Batman here is Bruce Wayne Junior. The Two-Face here is not the original, former district attorney Harvey Kent. Hyde is pretty much like his Marvel Universe counterpart.
In 88, Batman collects evidence from bugging the Solucci crime family that connects them to the CIA, MKUltra, and police corruption--he then delivers this evidence to the offices of an unnamed Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. This crossover confirms Batman and the X-Files take place in the same universe. The Kingpin here is like his Marvel counterpart.
The Scarecrow is not the original, but an obsessed "fan. This Huntress is not Helena Wayne, daughter of the original Batman, but rather Helena Bertinelli, daughter of a mobster. Destiny returns, empowered by Know Man 1st app. Bart says it could be Batman if he's really let himself go. Batman was projected into the sky in this show.
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Since the golden age Batman stories occur in the Television Crossover Universe, we must assume that Selina Kyle was the Catwoman of the s from those stories. In the Television Crossover Universe, we steal a little bit of theory from some non-mainstream DC stories in which Batman got older, retired, and had a family who carried on the legacy. Following that logic, the original Catwoman would have gotten older, retired and perhaps married Bruce Wayne!
Dick would have likely operated from the early s to the mid s, with Bruce Junior then taking over the mantle in the mid s and possible operating still up to the present. Each Batman had a Catwoman. Technically, even in DC canon, this Batman and Robin are not actually father and son, but I could see how the Predator could see them as such. Though not the same Tim Drake from the s. Ivan Ronald Schabloski Erik did get quite a few cameos in there, both legit and otherwise.
Ivan Ronald Schabloski Which reminds me; who's the redhead next to Popeye? Matt Hickman this is the end of the issue what happens is Barbaric gets Ricochet knocked up. But since they just formed The Special Operations Strikeforce to replace Youngblood who's missing and presumed following the events of Mars Attacks Image their handlers demand a quickie wedding. Barbaric wants a big hero wedding just like [quote] "Reed and Sue".
Ricochet reminds him that almost destroyed New York. He goes ahead anyhow and invites a bunch of heroes he's never even met. So then a group of the dumber villains attack the wedding.