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Author Topic: Crisis on Infinite Earths  (Read 2038 times)
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Gangbuster
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« on: May 12, 2005, 04:21:54 PM »

I'm getting ready to register and do some articles for Supermanica (Lyla Ler-Rol needs updating, for example) but I need to know this:

For purposes of Supermanica, is Crisis on Infinite Earths the end of the Bronze Age or the beginning of the Iron Age? I would suspect the former because the death of Kara carried over to "Whatever Happened to the Man or Tomorrow?"...but I need to be sure.

Edit: I know that the Crisis Maxi-series is not canonical...but Kara's death was still referenced in the last imaginary story. I guess I'm wondering how to deal with that, or what the exact cutoff is...
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« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2005, 07:17:36 PM »

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I'm getting ready to register and do some articles for Supermanica (Lyla Ler-Rol needs updating, for example) but I need to know this:

For purposes of Supermanica, is Crisis on Infinite Earths the end of the Bronze Age or the beginning of the Iron Age? I would suspect the former because the death of Kara carried over to "Whatever Happened to the Man or Tomorrow?"...but I need to be sure.


Since there were a few "in continuity" issues that talked about Kara's death Crisis was definitly the end of the Bronze Age.
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« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2005, 07:18:21 PM »

I'm pretty sure this has already been discussed to death somewhere in this forum; but my prefence is to ignore all of Crisis as much as possible.

As it says right on the main page, "please confine your additions to those characters, events, and locations contained in the canonical sources."

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