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    Appearing in "History of the Multiverse (Part III of XII)"Edit

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Synopsis for "History of the Multiverse (Part III of XII)"Edit

The Monitors continue their analysis of the history of the Multiverse, particularly as it relates to Earth-based matters. Having already reviewed information relating to the initial meeting between the heroes of Earth-One and Earth-Two, they study subsequent encounters, which took placed on nearly a yearly basis. During one of such encounters, the heroes of each Earth discovered a third reality colloquially known as Earth-Three. As opposed to Earths One and Two, Earth-Three was dominated by an evil version of the Justice League known as the Crime Syndicate. The JLA and JSA later joined forces to stop the Anti-Matter Man from merging Earth-One with Earth-Two.

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  • This issue shipped on June 6th, 2007.
  • The events from this issue coincide with events taking place in the Amazons Attack! limited series.
  • All material revealed in the "History of the Multiverse" is in-line with material published prior to the 1985-86 Crisis on Infinite Earths limited series, and is no longer considered part of canon continuity. In Post-Crisis continuity, the Justice League of America and the Justice Society of America both existed in the same reality. By way of retcon, the two teams did team-up with one another on an annual basis, but the details concerning each encounter is different from that of published accounts and is historically ambiguous.


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