5 0 0 0 0 1h7a. 964 0 0 0 pre material sex 20c0 2.
984 0 0 0 19 8c2. Pre-Crisis is a term used to describe characters, items, realities or events that took place during DC Comics’ publishing history prior to the 1985-86 Crisis on Infinite Earths limited series. The Crisis on Infinite Earths series effectively rebooted the internal DC universe from the dawn of time onward. Characters, timelines, and events from the varying alternate realities were condensed into one modernized mainstream reality, excising many characters that would otherwise be construed as redundant. All occurrences relating to the Golden Age or Silver Age of comic book publishing are germane to the Pre-Crisis continuity. The following is a list of articles pertaining to Pre-Crisis material that is considered apocryphal, and is no longer validated in the modern continuity of DC Comics history.
Superman and all-related supporting articles of Earth-One are no longer specifically validated in the revised continuity such as the current Superman was never costumed Superboy as was the Earth-One Superman. Steve Trevor, Etta Candy, Hippolyta etc. Earth-One and Earth-Two are no longer validated in the revised continuity. All remaining Golden Age era characters from Earth-Two, Earth-S and Earth-X have their histories retroactively taking place on the modern Earth. Donna’s history was intrinsically tied to that of the Earth-One Wonder Woman, and as that continuity ceased to exist, Donna’s respective history was called into question. As such, her origin exists in a perpetual vacuum of revision.
Johnny Thunder of Earth-One is no longer validated in the revised continuity. Many stories relating to Infinity Inc. To date, a satisfactory history of the Post-Crisis Infinity Inc. There are a few characters whose existence is rooted in the Pre-Crisis alternate Earth continuity, but have survived the revisionist effects of the Crisis on Infinite Earths. See the 2006 limited series Infinite Crisis for more details. Most period-related Pre-Crisis material is considered a preserved part of the modern continuity.