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 [[Earth-12]] contains many humor characters from DC Comics, Quality Comics, Fawcett Comics, Charlton Comics, and Fox Features. While it is possible that these characters exist in different humor-based dimensions, it's still worthwhile to place them all on the same timeline. [[Earth-12]] contains many humor characters from DC Comics, Quality Comics, Fawcett Comics, Charlton Comics, and Fox Features. While it is possible that these characters exist in different humor-based dimensions, it's still worthwhile to place them all on the same timeline.
  
-Not all humor characters exist on Earth-12, however, since several humor series exist more or less in a realistic setting. Humor characters who live in fantastical settings, interact with fantasy characters, and/or use parodies of existing characters or people probably exist in the Earth-12 universe, rather than in one of the more realistic universes such as Earth-1 or Earth-2. We have done our best to categorize characters based on the above criteria.+Not all humor characters exist on Earth-12, however, since several humor series exist more or less in a realistic setting. Humor characters who live in fantastical settings, interact with fantasy characters, and/or use parodies of existing characters or people probably exist in the Earth-12 universe, rather than in one of the more realistic universes such as Earth-1 or Earth-2. Humor characters who appear in short gag-based strips (rather than story-based strips with humor) are also most likely based on Earth-12. We have done our best to categorize characters based on the above criteria.
  
 This timeline began as Mikel Midnight'​s Earth-12 timeline and will be expanded and revised in time to more closely fit within the Five Earths Project. Please note that Earth-12 typically contains contradictory histories and timelines, so any of the events below may be ignored or revised in other stories, and should be considered as placeholders. This timeline began as Mikel Midnight'​s Earth-12 timeline and will be expanded and revised in time to more closely fit within the Five Earths Project. Please note that Earth-12 typically contains contradictory histories and timelines, so any of the events below may be ignored or revised in other stories, and should be considered as placeholders.
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   * Chubblock Homes has first public case as consulting detective. ​ [Comic Cuts, 16 June 1894]   * Chubblock Homes has first public case as consulting detective. ​ [Comic Cuts, 16 June 1894]
 +
 +===== 20th century =====
  
 ==== 1913 ==== ==== 1913 ====
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   * The archeologist Maryland Smith has adventures. ​ [Adventures of the Rifle Brigade #1-3]   * The archeologist Maryland Smith has adventures. ​ [Adventures of the Rifle Brigade #1-3]
 +
 +==== 1937 ====
 +
 +=== August, 1937 ===
 +
 +  * Adventures under the big top at Bangs Bros. Mammoth Show Circus begin, featuring world-famous clowns Flip Flanagan and Butch Snyder, daredevil Hal Thompson, child of the circus Myra La Belle, ringmaster Silk Fowler, the fat lady Lotta, the bearded lady Mademoiselle Fringe, the midget Major Speck, young circus fan Red O'Hare and his dog Whiskers, and circus worker Speed Jackson. Jeff Bangs is the circus owner. [Big Top, Feature Funnies #1 (October, 1937)]
 +
 +=== November, 1937 ===
 +
 +  * [[Flossie]],​ a young schoolgirl, begins adventures alongside her dog, Rickey. [Flossie, Feature Funnies #2 (November, 1937)]
  
 ==== 1938 ==== ==== 1938 ====
  
   * Mr. Brent, strong enough to shatter concrete or turn boulders into sand with his bare hands, becomes Mr. Might. He was born Barb-Ell of the planet Neon, son of Dumb-Ell. After the citizens of Neon ignored his warnings of their planet'​s pending destruction,​ Dumb-Ell sent his son Barb-Ell in a rocket to Earth. However, Dumb-Ell really was a crackpot, and Neon never did explode. ​ [Inferior 5 #1]   * Mr. Brent, strong enough to shatter concrete or turn boulders into sand with his bare hands, becomes Mr. Might. He was born Barb-Ell of the planet Neon, son of Dumb-Ell. After the citizens of Neon ignored his warnings of their planet'​s pending destruction,​ Dumb-Ell sent his son Barb-Ell in a rocket to Earth. However, Dumb-Ell really was a crackpot, and Neon never did explode. ​ [Inferior 5 #1]
 +
 +=== May, 1938 ===
 +
 +  * After dictator Gil O. Teen the First of Pyromania orders that all men with beards shall either be shot, boycotted, or sent to concentration camps, a young red-haired artist named [[Archie O'​Toole]] is sent to jail after painting a portrait of an old man with a long white beard. When the dictator asks him to paint his portrait in exchange for his freedom, Archie paints an abstract painting instead, then tricks the dictator into walking backwards right off his own ledge. According to the laws of the land, Gil O. Teen is deposed for being made a fool, and Archie is made the new king of Pyromania. King O'​Toole is assisted by his advisor, old Sneezheim. [Archie O'​Toole,​ Feature Funnies #10 (July, 1938)]
 +
 +=== June, 1938 ===
 +
 +  * Archie O'​Toole,​ the new king of Pyromania, is challenged to a sword fight by deposed dictator Gil O. Teen, who is defeated with the help of a schoolboy with a slingshot. [Archie O'​Toole,​ Feature Funnies #11 (August, 1938)]
 +
 +=== August, 1938 ===
 +
 +  * The Earl of Wintergreen becomes Archie O'​Toole'​s new bodyguard. [Archie O'​Toole,​ Feature Funnies #13 (October, 1938)]
 +
 +=== September, 1938 ===
 +
 +  * Former dictator Gil O. Teen leads a rebellion against King Archie O'​Toole of Pyromania, using an army of rebels who have been made angry through starvation. King O'​Toole has a picnic rather than watching the battle, and he inadvertently stops the war by winning the rebel soldiers over with his picnic food. [Archie O'​Toole,​ Feature Funnies #14 (November, 1938)]
 +
 +=== October, 1938 ===
 +
 +  * Archie O'​Toole,​ king of Pyromania, visits New York City in America to secure a loan for his cash-strapped nation. Landing in Chinatown, King O'​Toole meets an agent who throws a ticker-tape parade for him and then has him sign hundreds of product endorsement contracts, such as toothpaste ads. [Archie O'​Toole,​ Feature Funnies #15 (December, 1938)]
 +
 +=== November, 1938 ===
 +
 +  * While visiting America, King Archie O'​Toole of Pyromania decides to see the sights but is soon targeted by criminals, one of whom uses his reluctant blonde stepdaughter Suzy Sweet to act as a damsel in distress so he can kidnap King O'​Toole. After the crime chief and his henchmen shoot each other over an argument, King O'​Toole returns to Pyromania with Suzy after they fall for each other. [Archie O'​Toole,​ Feature Funnies #16 (January, 1939)]
 +
 +=== December, 1938 ===
 +
 +  * After his ministers Hodge, Podge, and Fudge arrange for Archie O'​Toole to marry Vera Venom, queen of Tewtimia, they are surprised when King O'​Toole returns to Pyromania with Suzy Sweet of America. When Vera threatens to invade Pyromania if Archie doesn'​t marry her, the royal cabinet arranges for a beauty contest to decide between the two possible queens. After a tie in rounds one and two, Suzy wins round three'​s bathing suit contest when it turns out that Vera is bow-legged. [Archie O'​Toole,​ Feature Funnies #17 (February, 1940)]
  
 ==== 1939 ==== ==== 1939 ====
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   * John Claypool, Lord Gravestone has first public case as Darwin of the Apes. He eventually marries and settles down with his wife, Jayne. ​ [Inferior 5  #3]   * John Claypool, Lord Gravestone has first public case as Darwin of the Apes. He eventually marries and settles down with his wife, Jayne. ​ [Inferior 5  #3]
   * Prince Nabob has first public case as the Sub-Moron/​Sunk Mariner. ​ [Inferior 5  #7]   * Prince Nabob has first public case as the Sub-Moron/​Sunk Mariner. ​ [Inferior 5  #7]
 +
 +=== February, 1939 ===
 +
 +  * **Flossie** has her last published adventure as an ordinary schoolgirl. [Flossie, Feature Funnies #17 (February, 1939)]
 +  * [[Mortimer Mum]], a bald, middle-aged man with a white mustache and a top hat who never speaks, begins adventures. [Mortimer Mum, Feature Funnies #19 (April, 1939)]
 +
 +=== June, 1939 ===
 +
 +  * [[Nibbsy]], a bald, bespectacled little man with a white mustache who wears a green, yellow, blue, or red robe begins appearing from out of nowhere to do favors for people. His catchphrase is, "​Nibbsy,​ that's me!" In his first known adventures, he uses a heavy book to knock out a pushy man asking a secretary out to dinner, and shows up unexpectedly as a one-man marching band for a young couple in love wanting to dance to music in the fields. [Rube Goldberg'​s Side Show, Feature Comics #23 (August, 1939)]
  
 ==== 1940 ==== ==== 1940 ====
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   * Joseph Jones becomes General Glory. ​ He is soon acompanied by Ernest E. Earnest, as Ernie, the Battling Boy.  [Justice League America #46]   * Joseph Jones becomes General Glory. ​ He is soon acompanied by Ernest E. Earnest, as Ernie, the Battling Boy.  [Justice League America #46]
  
-=== May, 1940 ===+=== February, 1940 ===
  
-  * After the stork delivers the strongest baby in the world to a destitute family, [[Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite]] decides to strike out on his own, frustrated at his father'​s constant complaints about being poor (even after he provided them with a meal by killing the stork). A crook tries to kidnap the super-baby for the ransom money, but Poison Ivy instead captures him and sends a note to the police to double the reward money for his capture. The police try to bust into the empty house where Poison Ivy is keeping the crook, but after they realize a super-baby is holding them off with one hand, they decide to pay double the ransom, after all, in the form he requested. Poison Ivy returns to his father with dump-truck full of pennies. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #32 (May, 1940)]+  * **Mortimer Mum** has his last published adventure as middle-aged man who never speaks. [Mortimer Mum, Feature Comics #31 (April, 1940)]
  
-=== June, 1940 ===+=== March, 1940 === 
 + 
 +  * March 24: After the stork delivers the strongest baby in the world to a destitute family, [[Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite]] decides to strike out on his own, frustrated at his father'​s constant complaints about being poor (even after he provided them with a meal by killing the stork). A crook tries to kidnap the super-baby for the ransom money, but Poison Ivy instead captures him and sends a note to the police to double the reward money for his capture. The police try to bust into the empty house where Poison Ivy is keeping the crook, but after they realize a super-baby is holding them off with one hand, they decide to pay double the ransom, after all, in the form he requested. Poison Ivy returns to his father with a dump-truck full of pennies. //Note: Poison Ivy is later referred to as the strongest human in the world.// [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #32 (May, 1940)] 
 + 
 +=== April, 1940 ===
  
   * Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite visits a recruiting office and quickly proves, through a series of increasingly difficult tests, that he's worth 100,000 recruits and ends up filling the quota himself by joining the U.S. Army. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #33 (June, 1940)]   * Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite visits a recruiting office and quickly proves, through a series of increasingly difficult tests, that he's worth 100,000 recruits and ends up filling the quota himself by joining the U.S. Army. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #33 (June, 1940)]
  
-=== July, 1940 ===+=== May, 1940 ===
  
   * Deciding that the New York Yankees have held the championship long enough, Poison Ivy joins the Brooklyn Dodgers as a water boy, then doses them with water from the Fountain of Youth, causing them to become younger and younger until they disappear. As the last team member, Poison Ivy then plays against the Yankees, beating them with 268 home runs. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #34 (July, 1940)]   * Deciding that the New York Yankees have held the championship long enough, Poison Ivy joins the Brooklyn Dodgers as a water boy, then doses them with water from the Fountain of Youth, causing them to become younger and younger until they disappear. As the last team member, Poison Ivy then plays against the Yankees, beating them with 268 home runs. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #34 (July, 1940)]
 +  * In his last regular appearance, **Nibbsy** saves six kittens from being drowned by catching them with an old baseball glove as they'​re being tossed off the dock, then reunites them with their mother. [Rube Goldberg'​s Side Show, Crack Comics #3 (July, 1940)]
  
-=== October, 1940 ===+=== August, 1940 ===
  
   * Building the smallest, fastest fighting plane in the world, Poison Ivy flies off to stop the big war between Plutonia and Takeoveria. Confronting Mr. Gunn who sells munitions to both sides, Poison Ivy forces him to throw away all his munitions and sell both sides only cream puff ammunition from now on. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #37 (October, 1940)]   * Building the smallest, fastest fighting plane in the world, Poison Ivy flies off to stop the big war between Plutonia and Takeoveria. Confronting Mr. Gunn who sells munitions to both sides, Poison Ivy forces him to throw away all his munitions and sell both sides only cream puff ammunition from now on. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #37 (October, 1940)]
 +
 +=== September, 1940 ===
 +
 +  * September 16: Poison Ivy fights Muscletoe, a short but powerful villain known as the wrecker of the super guys of the comics, after he hospitalized a super fellow called the Great Colosso. Discovering that Muscletoe'​s weakness is his feet, Poison Ivy disables him, then collects the $1 million reward. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #38 (November, 1940)]
  
 === November, 1940 === === November, 1940 ===
  
-  * Poison Ivy fights Muscletoe, a short but powerful villain known as the wrecker ​of the super guys of the comicsafter he hospitalized ​super fellow called ​the Great ColossoDiscovering that Muscletoe'​s ​weakness is his feet, Poison Ivy disables himthen collects ​the $1 million reward. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #38 (November1940)]+  * November 15: Poison Ivy runs for mayor of a town against a gangster named Sardiniwho uses crooked methods to get himself elected, winning 90,000 votes to Poison Ivy's one vote, in town of only 15,000. Writing ​letter to the U.S. president, Poison Ivy is able to get the town placed under martial law, and everyone in town except for a newborn baby is arrested for being part of Sardini'​s ​mob. [Poison Ivy the Mighty MiteFeature Comics #40 (January, 1941)] 
 + 
 +=== December, 1940 === 
 + 
 +  * Poison Ivy plays hockey for the New York Strangers against the Toronto Tea Leafswinning ​the game with 86 goals. //Note: The New York Strangers and the Toronto Tea Leafs are spoofs of the hockey teams the New York Rangers and the Toronto Maple Leafs, respectively.// [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #41 (February1941)]
  
 ==== 1941 ==== ==== 1941 ====
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   * In Germany, the Masked Swastika has first public case.   * In Germany, the Masked Swastika has first public case.
  
-=== July, 1941 ===+=== January, 1941 === 
 + 
 +  * A scientist who invented a time machine invites Poison Ivy to travel to the past and give every famous villain in history a good licking. Poison Ivy time travels to 1876 where he knocks out Chief Sitting Bull, then to 1725 where he fights Captain Kidd. Poison Ivy attempts to travel to 1200 to battle Genghis Khan, only to accidentally travel to the future year of 2100, where Poison Ivy is instead beaten up by one of his own great-great-great-grandchildren. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #42 (March, 1941)] 
 + 
 +=== March, 1941 === 
 + 
 +  * [[Miss Winky]], a brunette dancer and actress who also enjoys baseball and football, begins adventures as an all-American girl. [Miss Winky the All-American Girl, National Comics #9 (March, 1941)] 
 +  * Poison Ivy forces the Great Colosso, a super guy who is a conscientious objector, to join the U.S. Army. Poison Ivy then puts the Great Colosso through basic training. //Note: The Great Colosso, not named as such here, first appeared in the Poison Ivy story in Feature Comics #38.// [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #44 (May, 1941)] 
 + 
 +=== May, 1941 ===
  
   * Tired of being just plain Cupid, the cherubic winged [[Cyclone Cupid]] goes to Earth and tries to be a crime-fighter like the ones from the comic-books. In his first adventure, Cyclone Cupid stops a union racketeer trying to start a fight with a police officer on the picket line, using his arrows to make the crook love the cop, then another arrow to pin him to the wall. But when he goes to get his reward, he's so disgusted by how small the reward is that he pickets the police station, petitioning for bigger rewards. [Cyclone Cupid, He Ain't Stupid, National Comics #13 (July, 1941)]   * Tired of being just plain Cupid, the cherubic winged [[Cyclone Cupid]] goes to Earth and tries to be a crime-fighter like the ones from the comic-books. In his first adventure, Cyclone Cupid stops a union racketeer trying to start a fight with a police officer on the picket line, using his arrows to make the crook love the cop, then another arrow to pin him to the wall. But when he goes to get his reward, he's so disgusted by how small the reward is that he pickets the police station, petitioning for bigger rewards. [Cyclone Cupid, He Ain't Stupid, National Comics #13 (July, 1941)]
  
-=== October, 1941 ===+=== August, 1941 ===
  
   * When America is invaded by the Germans, who starve the nation to force a surrender, General Alarm announces from a dirigible above that he has enough food for all if they surrender. Cyclone Cupid punctures the dirigible with arrows, causing not gas but soup to pour down onto the streets, allowing everyone to get their fill. [Cyclone Cupid, He Ain't Stupid, National Comics #16 (October, 1941)]   * When America is invaded by the Germans, who starve the nation to force a surrender, General Alarm announces from a dirigible above that he has enough food for all if they surrender. Cyclone Cupid punctures the dirigible with arrows, causing not gas but soup to pour down onto the streets, allowing everyone to get their fill. [Cyclone Cupid, He Ain't Stupid, National Comics #16 (October, 1941)]
 +  * Poison Ivy fights his own double, who is equally powerful, created by the artist who draws him when he's forced to cut his feature down to one page. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #49 (October, 1941)]
 +
 +=== December, 1941 ===
 +
 +  * December 4: Entering a ski contest, Poison Ivy makes a super-record jump, remaining high in the stratosphere for seven months until ice forces him down in July, 1942. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #51 (December, 1941)]
  
 ==== 1942 ==== ==== 1942 ====
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   * Thomas N. Thomas & Daniel Dunbar become TNT & Dan the Dyna-Mite. ​ [Star-Spangled #7, ref. Super Friends #12, Superman Family #190]   * Thomas N. Thomas & Daniel Dunbar become TNT & Dan the Dyna-Mite. ​ [Star-Spangled #7, ref. Super Friends #12, Superman Family #190]
   * Theodore Grant becomes Wildcat. ​ [Sensation #1]   * Theodore Grant becomes Wildcat. ​ [Sensation #1]
 +
 +=== July, 1942 ===
 +
 +  * Poison Ivy finally lands back on earth after his seven-month super-record jump in a ski contest, when ice forces him down from the stratosphere. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #51 (December, 1941)]
 +  * When Poison Ivy is hospitalized after capturing 643 enemy spies, he is discovered to have red nitroglycerine running through his veins instead of blood. Given a nitroglycerine blood transfusion,​ Poison Ivy recovers but is forced by the Federal Bomb Squad to wear a warning sign around his neck that reads: "​Danger High Explosives."​ [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #58 (July, 1942)]
 +  * Poison Ivy's grandfather,​ an inventor, develops a chemical that can turn a shadow into rubber, though it disappears at sundown. [Poison Ivy and His Grandpa, Doll Man Quarterly #3 (Summer, 1942)]
  
 ==== 1943 ==== ==== 1943 ====
  
-=== October, 1943 ===+=== February, 1943 === 
 + 
 +  * Poison Ivy fights a fierce giant robot invented by his grandfather,​ outsmarting it by using magnets and sending it to the scrap yard. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Doll Man Quarterly #5 (Spring, 1943)] 
 + 
 +=== July, 1943 === 
 + 
 +  * Poison Ivy fights a rival musclebound boy named Poison Oak, who is fast enough to dodge every blow that Poison Ivy throws at him, though he is still hospitalized for pneumonia from the breeze. [Poison Ivy, Feature Comics #71 (September, 1943)] 
 + 
 +=== August, 1943 ===
  
   * When Vaudeville magician Professor Zomby is drafted into the U.S. Army, his French assistant is ordered to take over his act, despite his inexperience. When the amateur magician asks for a volunteer for a disappearing act, a bespectacled schoolboy from Brooklyn named [[Perky]] volunteers and gets in the box. But when the amateur magician says the magic word "​floozle"​ and operates the hidden lever, Perky isn't merely hidden from audience view in a secret compartment in the box, but is sent whirling into another dimension. In his first adventure, Perky finds himself in the Land o' Lugs, where he convinces two princes to run a race in order to pick who should be the next king. From this point on, each time the amateur magician pulls the lever to try to bring the boy back, Perky is instead sent into a series of fanciful dimensions, where he uses common sense to help out everyone he meets. [Perky, Feature Comics #75 (February, 1944); Perky, Crack Comics #10 (October, 1943)]   * When Vaudeville magician Professor Zomby is drafted into the U.S. Army, his French assistant is ordered to take over his act, despite his inexperience. When the amateur magician asks for a volunteer for a disappearing act, a bespectacled schoolboy from Brooklyn named [[Perky]] volunteers and gets in the box. But when the amateur magician says the magic word "​floozle"​ and operates the hidden lever, Perky isn't merely hidden from audience view in a secret compartment in the box, but is sent whirling into another dimension. In his first adventure, Perky finds himself in the Land o' Lugs, where he convinces two princes to run a race in order to pick who should be the next king. From this point on, each time the amateur magician pulls the lever to try to bring the boy back, Perky is instead sent into a series of fanciful dimensions, where he uses common sense to help out everyone he meets. [Perky, Feature Comics #75 (February, 1944); Perky, Crack Comics #10 (October, 1943)]
 +
 +=== September, 1943 ===
 +
 +  * The same crook who tried to kidnap Poison Ivy two years ago after he was first delivered to his family by the stork returns for revenge by stabbing the boy, but only manages to sink the ship recently tattooed on Poison Ivy's chest. [Poison Ivy, Feature Comics #73 (November, 1943)]
 +
 +=== December, 1943 ===
 +
 +  * Tired of so many war heroes showing him up, Poison Ivy decides to get a war trophy of his own and travels to war-torn Europe, bringing back Adolf Hitler himself as a trophy. [Poison Ivy, Feature Comics #75 (February, 1944)]
  
 ==== 1944 ==== ==== 1944 ====
  
   * The British Commando Unit Captain Darcy and his Rifle Brigade travel to the Middle Eastern country of Sidi Boomboom, where they compete with the American adventurer known as Maryland Smith in "​Operation Bollock." ​ [Adventures of the Rifle Brigade #1-3]   * The British Commando Unit Captain Darcy and his Rifle Brigade travel to the Middle Eastern country of Sidi Boomboom, where they compete with the American adventurer known as Maryland Smith in "​Operation Bollock." ​ [Adventures of the Rifle Brigade #1-3]
 +
 +=== May, 1944 ===
 +
 +  * Getting out of the hospital, Poison Oak attempts to get his revenge on Poison Ivy, but completely fails to harm him and ends up hospitalizing himself out of exhaustion. [Poison Ivy, Feature Comics #79 (July, 1944)]
  
 ==== 1941-1945 ==== ==== 1941-1945 ====
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   * The Masked Swastika, Speed Demon, the Silver Sorceress and the Sparrow gather together as Vendetta.   * The Masked Swastika, Speed Demon, the Silver Sorceress and the Sparrow gather together as Vendetta.
   * Death of Ernie, the Battling Boy.  General Glory asks [a timelost Supergirl / a time-and dimension-lost Power Girl of Earth-2] to become his new sidekick. She reluctantly agrees. ​ [Justice League Europe Annual #2]   * Death of Ernie, the Battling Boy.  General Glory asks [a timelost Supergirl / a time-and dimension-lost Power Girl of Earth-2] to become his new sidekick. She reluctantly agrees. ​ [Justice League Europe Annual #2]
 +
 +==== 1946 ====
 +
 +=== January, 1946 ===
 +
 +  * **Little Butch** makes a brief reappearance setting fire to a list of New Year's resolutions. [Rube Goldberg'​s Side Show, Crack Comics #40 (Winter, 1945)]
 +  * **Nibbsy** makes a brief reappearance helping a man remember to write "​1946"​ instead of "​1945"​ when writing dates in this New Year by placing several pretzels in the shape of the number "​6"​ on a nearby wall. [Rube Goldberg'​s Side Show, Crack Comics #40 (Winter, 1945)]
  
 ==== 1945 - 1946 ==== ==== 1945 - 1946 ====
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   * Dinah Drake becomes Black Canary in Park City (later Gotham) [Robert Khaniger & Carmine Infantino] ​ [Flash #86]   * Dinah Drake becomes Black Canary in Park City (later Gotham) [Robert Khaniger & Carmine Infantino] ​ [Flash #86]
 +
 +=== February, 1947 ===
 +
 +  * During a walk across the United States, Poison Ivy stops in the desert to snack on a lollipop and sits on an atomic bomb in a test area a moment before it explodes, but Poison Ivy is unharmed. Twelve days later, scientists find a note from Poison Ivy demanding a box of lollipops to replace the ones destroying the atom bomb test. [Poison Ivy, Feature Comics #109 (April, 1947)]
 +
 +==== 1949 ====
 +
 +=== January, 1949 ===
 +
 +  * In his last known adventure, **Poison Ivy** gets a job in construction and nearly gets his boss in trouble for disregarding the child labor law. [Poison Ivy, Feature Comics #132 (March, 1949)]
  
 ==== late 1940's - early 1950's ==== ==== late 1940's - early 1950's ====
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   * Ra'Gan (as leader), with Tor, and Xeo comprise the Blackhawks. They encounter the original Blackhawk, time-traveling from April, 1960.  [Blackhawk #147]  [Dick Dillin]   * Ra'Gan (as leader), with Tor, and Xeo comprise the Blackhawks. They encounter the original Blackhawk, time-traveling from April, 1960.  [Blackhawk #147]  [Dick Dillin]
 +
 +==== 2100 ====
 +
 +  * A time-traveling Poison Ivy from 1941 is beaten up by one of his great-great-great-grandchildren who is alive at this time. [Poison Ivy the Mighty Mite, Feature Comics #42 (March, 1941)]
  
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