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Published August 1999 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Dizzy Cordova and Agent Graves

Dizzy - Part 1
Brian Azzarello
Eduardo Risso
Dave Johnson (signed)
Isabelle
"Dizzy - Part 1" After being released from prison, Dizzy meets Agent Graves on the train home and he gives her information on who killed her husband and child and a gun with 100 untraceable bullets.
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Published August 1999 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Dizzy Cordova and Agent Graves

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Story Title
Dizzy - Part 1
Writer
Brian Azzarello
Interior Art
Eduardo Risso
Cover Art
Dave Johnson (signed)
Character Appearances
Isabelle
Storyline
"Dizzy - Part 1" After being released from prison, Dizzy meets Agent Graves on the train home and he gives her information on who killed her husband and child and a gun with 100 untraceable bullets.
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Published April 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Atlas

Atlas the Great! (Chapter One)
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
Atlas; Chagra (unidentified); Kargin
"Atlas the Great! (Chapter One)"
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Published April 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Atlas

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Story Title
Atlas the Great! (Chapter One)
Writer
Jack Kirby
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
Atlas; Chagra (unidentified); Kargin
Storyline
"Atlas the Great! (Chapter One)"

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Story Title
Atlas the Untamed (Chapter Two)
Script
Jack Kirby
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line

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Avenger! (Chapter Three)
Script
Jack Kirby
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line

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Human Lizard! (Chapter Four)
Script
Jack Kirby
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
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Published May 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Green Team

Joe Simon
Jerry Grandenetti
Jerry Grandenetti
The Green Team [Abdul Smith (introduction); The Commodore (introduction); J.P. Houston (introduction); Cecil Sunbeam (introduction)] (introduction); Missy (introduction); Mr. Dinkle (introduction); Mr. Goodrich; Ezra; Jason; Shylock; Rudy
"" Untitled chapter with two page intros of each character: Abdul Smith, The Commodore, J.P. Houston, and Cecil Sunbeam.
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Published May 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Green Team

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Writer
Joe Simon
Interior Art
Jerry Grandenetti
Cover Art
Jerry Grandenetti
Character Appearances
The Green Team [Abdul Smith (introduction); The Commodore (introduction); J.P. Houston (introduction); Cecil Sunbeam (introduction)] (introduction); Missy (introduction); Mr. Dinkle (introduction); Mr. Goodrich; Ezra; Jason; Shylock; Rudy
Storyline
"" Untitled chapter with two page intros of each character: Abdul Smith, The Commodore, J.P. Houston, and Cecil Sunbeam.

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Story Title
Chapter Two: The Green Room
Script
Joe Simon
Pencils
Jerry Grandenetti
Story Line
Abdul Smith makes his first million and joins the Green Team. Professor Apple pitches his Great American Pleasure Machine to the group and they agree to finance it.

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Story Title
The Great American Pleasure Machine
Script
Joe Simon
Pencils
Jerry Grandenetti
Story Line
The Green Team build the Great American Pleasure Machine but luckily for them David D. Merritt breaks into it and tries it out first.
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Published June 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Phantom of Washington

The Freak and the Billion-Dollar Phantom
Bob Haney
Ramona Fradon
Ramona Fradon
Metamorpho; Simon Stagg
"The Freak and the Billion-Dollar Phantom"
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Published June 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Phantom of Washington

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Story Title
The Freak and the Billion-Dollar Phantom
Writer
Bob Haney
Interior Art
Ramona Fradon
Cover Art
Ramona Fradon
Character Appearances
Metamorpho; Simon Stagg
Storyline
"The Freak and the Billion-Dollar Phantom"

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Story Title
Part 2: Secret of the Capitol
Script
Bob Haney
Pencils
Ramona Fradon
Story Line

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Part 3: The Lake of Gold
Script
Bob Haney
Pencils
Ramona Fradon
Story Line
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Published July 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Lady Cop

Robert Kanigher
John Rosenberger
Dick Giordano
Lady Cop
"" Liza Warner watches from under a bed while her friends are killed and decides to join the police force to track down the killer.
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Published July 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Lady Cop

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Writer
Robert Kanigher
Interior Art
John Rosenberger
Cover Art
Dick Giordano
Character Appearances
Lady Cop
Storyline
"" Liza Warner watches from under a bed while her friends are killed and decides to join the police force to track down the killer.

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Story Title
Poisoned Love!
Script
Robert Kanigher
Pencils
John Rosenberger
Story Line
Liza patrols the streets and helps young women, all the while thinking of the killer in the boots.
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Published August 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Manhunter V (Mark Shaw)

Chapter One: Manhunter
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
Manhunters (intro); Manhunter; Chopper
"Chapter One: Manhunter"
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Published August 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Manhunter V (Mark Shaw)

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Story Title
Chapter One: Manhunter
Writer
Jack Kirby
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
Manhunters (intro); Manhunter; Chopper
Storyline
"Chapter One: Manhunter"

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Story Title
Chapter Two: The Electric Head!
Script
Jack Kirby
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line

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Chapter Three: New Warrior!
Script
Jack Kirby
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
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Published September 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Dingbats of Danger Street

Dingbats of Danger Street
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
Dingbats of Danger Street
"Dingbats of Danger Street"
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Published September 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Dingbats of Danger Street

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Story Title
Dingbats of Danger Street
Writer
Jack Kirby
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
Dingbats of Danger Street
Storyline
"Dingbats of Danger Street"

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Story Title
Chapter Two: Meet the Gasser
Script
Jack Kirby
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line

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Story Title
Chapter Three: The Fire-Fight
Script
Jack Kirby
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
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Published November 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Warlord (Travis Morgan) and Deimos

Land of Fear!
Mike Grell
Mike Grell
Mike Grell (signed)
Deimos (high priest of Thera); King of Thera; Tara; Warlord [Lt. Colonel Travis Morgan]
"Land of Fear!"
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Published November 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Warlord (Travis Morgan) and Deimos

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Story Title
Land of Fear!
Writer
Mike Grell
Interior Art
Mike Grell
Cover Art
Mike Grell (signed)
Character Appearances
Deimos (high priest of Thera); King of Thera; Tara; Warlord [Lt. Colonel Travis Morgan]
Storyline
"Land of Fear!"
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Published December 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Anubis

Dr. Fate
Martin Pasko
Walter Simonson [as Walt Simonson]
Joe Kubert (signed)
Anubis (flashback); Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Dr. Magill; Inza Nelson; Khalis (priest); Nabu (wizard, flashback); Prof. Anderson (museum curator); Sven Nelson (Kent Nelson's father, archeologist, flashback)
"Dr. Fate"
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Published December 1975 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Anubis

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Story Title
Dr. Fate
Writer
Martin Pasko
Interior Art
Walter Simonson [as Walt Simonson]
Cover Art
Joe Kubert (signed)
Character Appearances
Anubis (flashback); Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Dr. Magill; Inza Nelson; Khalis (priest); Nabu (wizard, flashback); Prof. Anderson (museum curator); Sven Nelson (Kent Nelson's father, archeologist, flashback)
Storyline
"Dr. Fate"
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Published February 1976 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Code Name: Assassin

Code Name: Assassin
Gerry Conway; Steve Skeates
? [as The Redondo Studio]
Mike Grell (signed)
Code Name: Assassin
"Code Name: Assassin"
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Published February 1976 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Code Name: Assassin

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Story Title
Code Name: Assassin
Writer
Gerry Conway; Steve Skeates
Interior Art
? [as The Redondo Studio]
Cover Art
Mike Grell (signed)
Character Appearances
Code Name: Assassin
Storyline
"Code Name: Assassin"
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Published March 1976 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Starman (Blue)

Starman [Chapter One]
Gerry Conway
Mike Vosburg
Joe Kubert (signed)
Starman [Mikaal Tomas]; Jack O'Donnell (cop); Inspector Clarson; Colonel MacGruder; Frank Clay (storeowner); Master Komak (alien); Gorahn (alien); Lady Cormell (alien); Turran Kha (alien)
"Starman [Chapter One]" Starman crashes to earth.
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Published March 1976 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Starman (Blue)

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Story Title
Starman [Chapter One]
Writer
Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Mike Vosburg
Cover Art
Joe Kubert (signed)
Character Appearances
Starman [Mikaal Tomas]; Jack O'Donnell (cop); Inspector Clarson; Colonel MacGruder; Frank Clay (storeowner); Master Komak (alien); Gorahn (alien); Lady Cormell (alien); Turran Kha (alien)
Storyline
"Starman [Chapter One]" Starman crashes to earth.

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Story Title
... From Beyond the Farthest Star (Chapter Two)
Script
Gerry Conway
Pencils
Mike Vosburg
Story Line
Starman must face Turran Kha who is sent to execute him. The story of how Starman came to Earth is told.
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Published July 1977 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Machine Man

The Capture of X-51
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
Monolith; Mister Machine [Machine Man] (first appearance); Doctor Broadhurst; Haines; X-35; Doctor Stack; Colonel Kragg
"The Capture of X-51" Doctor Stack treated a robot man with respect and treated him as a son, but when the military decided to end the project, Doctor Stack gave his life to see that the robot survived.
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Published July 1977 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Machine Man

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Story Title
The Capture of X-51
Writer
Jack Kirby
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
Monolith; Mister Machine [Machine Man] (first appearance); Doctor Broadhurst; Haines; X-35; Doctor Stack; Colonel Kragg
Storyline
"The Capture of X-51" Doctor Stack treated a robot man with respect and treated him as a son, but when the military decided to end the project, Doctor Stack gave his life to see that the robot survived.
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Published July 1993 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Hulk 2099

Nothing Ever Changes
Evan Skolnik
Chris Wozniak
Chris Wozniak
Spider-Man 2099 [Miguel O'Hara]; Mutagen; Anna; Carrie; Anthea; Jerome; Michael; Gibbon (Flashback Cameo)
"Nothing Ever Changes" Mutagen is planning on eliminating Homo-inferior; as he calls normal humans; for starters he chooses the hospital one of Spider-Mans friends is in. It is a long hard battle but Spidey is victorious in the end, though Mutagen does get away.
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Published July 1993 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Hulk 2099

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Story Title
Nothing Ever Changes
Writer
Evan Skolnik
Interior Art
Chris Wozniak
Cover Art
Chris Wozniak
Character Appearances
Spider-Man 2099 [Miguel O'Hara]; Mutagen; Anna; Carrie; Anthea; Jerome; Michael; Gibbon (Flashback Cameo)
Storyline
"Nothing Ever Changes" Mutagen is planning on eliminating Homo-inferior; as he calls normal humans; for starters he chooses the hospital one of Spider-Mans friends is in. It is a long hard battle but Spidey is victorious in the end, though Mutagen does get away.

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Script
Gerard Jones
Pencils
Dwayne Turner
Story Line
Hulk comes out of a six day anger binge to find that his current project at work has been reassigned due to his absence. While researching his next job he comes across evidence that leads him to discover a contract on Naomi. While trying to stop it in his normal form the hit squad cause him to Hulk out and save the day.
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First Appearance of Painkiller Jane

Married to the Mob: Shades of Red
Joe Quesada
Joe Quesada
Joe Quesada (signed)
Painkiller Jane; Don Joe Fonti
"Married to the Mob: Shades of Red" "Joey" explains his involvement with the brides.
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Published March 1996 by Event Comics Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Painkiller Jane

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Story Title
Married to the Mob: Shades of Red
Writer
Joe Quesada
Interior Art
Joe Quesada
Cover Art
Joe Quesada (signed)
Character Appearances
Painkiller Jane; Don Joe Fonti
Storyline
"Married to the Mob: Shades of Red" "Joey" explains his involvement with the brides.

Other Story

Story Title
Married to the Mob (Shades of Red)
Script
Fabian Nichieza
Pencils
Scott Lee
Story Line
Introduction of 22 Brides.
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Published August 2016 by Valiant Tags: First Appearance

First Full Appearance of War Mother

A Girl and Her Gun
Fred Van Lente
Tomas Giorello
David Mack (signed)
"A Girl and Her Gun"
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Published August 2016 by Valiant Tags: First Appearance

First Full Appearance of War Mother

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Story Title
A Girl and Her Gun
Writer
Fred Van Lente
Interior Art
Tomas Giorello
Cover Art
David Mack (signed)
Storyline
"A Girl and Her Gun"
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Published July [May 24] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance Adrianna Tomaz (Becomes Isis)

New World Order
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
J. G. Jones (signed)
Booster Gold; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Skeets; Captain Maggie Sawyer; Josie Mac; Lois Lane; Power Girl; Natasha Irons [Steel]; Black Adam; Lex Luthor; Noose; Rough House; Shockwave; Terra Man; Cameo -- Mister Mind
"New World Order" Week three opens with the Gotham PD discovering the body of Alex Luthor, altered to look like Lex. Power Girl is warned out of Kahndaq air space by Black Adam as she chases Terra Man. Steel puts his parental duties on hold as S.T.A.R. Labs contacts him about GCPD's discovery. Booster has an endorsement taken out from under him. Lex resurfaces in full spin control mode. Black Adam rebuffs advances by Intergang and shows the world how he believes heroes should act, in his own violent way.
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Published July [May 24] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance Adrianna Tomaz (Becomes Isis)

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Story Title
New World Order
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Booster Gold; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Skeets; Captain Maggie Sawyer; Josie Mac; Lois Lane; Power Girl; Natasha Irons [Steel]; Black Adam; Lex Luthor; Noose; Rough House; Shockwave; Terra Man; Cameo -- Mister Mind
Storyline
"New World Order" Week three opens with the Gotham PD discovering the body of Alex Luthor, altered to look like Lex. Power Girl is warned out of Kahndaq air space by Black Adam as she chases Terra Man. Steel puts his parental duties on hold as S.T.A.R. Labs contacts him about GCPD's discovery. Booster has an endorsement taken out from under him. Lex resurfaces in full spin control mode. Black Adam rebuffs advances by Intergang and shows the world how he believes heroes should act, in his own violent way.

Other Story

Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 2
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Art Thibert (finishes)
Story Line
Covers the time frame from the first Earth-1/Earth-2 crossover up to Crisis on Infinite Earths.
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Published August [June 14] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of August General in Iron and Ghost Fox Killer

China Syndrome
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
J. G. Jones (signed)
Booster Gold; Skeets; Accomplished Perfect Physician; August General in Iron; Ghost Fox Killer; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Green Lantern [John Stewart]; Immortal Man in Darkness; Mother of Champions; Rocket Reds; Seven Deadly Brothers; Thundermind; Black Adam; Evil Star; Manthrax; T. O. Morrow; Celestial Archer (cameo); Shaolin Robot (cameo); Socialist Red Guardsman (cameo); Great Ten
"China Syndrome" Week six opens with Booster staging his own publicity stunt. In China, the Green Lanterns run afoul of the Great Ten and Black Adam.
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Published August [June 14] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of August General in Iron and Ghost Fox Killer

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Story Title
China Syndrome
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Booster Gold; Skeets; Accomplished Perfect Physician; August General in Iron; Ghost Fox Killer; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Green Lantern [John Stewart]; Immortal Man in Darkness; Mother of Champions; Rocket Reds; Seven Deadly Brothers; Thundermind; Black Adam; Evil Star; Manthrax; T. O. Morrow; Celestial Archer (cameo); Shaolin Robot (cameo); Socialist Red Guardsman (cameo); Great Ten
Storyline
"China Syndrome" Week six opens with Booster staging his own publicity stunt. In China, the Green Lanterns run afoul of the Great Ten and Black Adam.

Other Story

Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 5
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Andy Lanning (finishes)
Story Line
Covers the period from after Crisis on Infinite Earths up to the death of Superman.
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Published August [June 21] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance Batwoman

First Appearance of Kate Kane

Going Down
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Ken Lashley
J. G. Jones (signed)
Booster Gold; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Skeets; Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Kate Kane; Lois Lane; Manthrax; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Devilance the Pursuer
"Going Down" Montoya questions her involvement in the Question's investigations, but turns to an old flame for more information. Ralph confronts Booster over priorities. Booster is publicly taken down by Manthrax. And in space, Adam, Animal Man, and Starfire find they aren't alone.
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Published August [June 21] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance Batwoman

First Appearance of Kate Kane

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Story Title
Going Down
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Ken Lashley
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Booster Gold; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Skeets; Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Kate Kane; Lois Lane; Manthrax; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Devilance the Pursuer
Storyline
"Going Down" Montoya questions her involvement in the Question's investigations, but turns to an old flame for more information. Ralph confronts Booster over priorities. Booster is publicly taken down by Manthrax. And in space, Adam, Animal Man, and Starfire find they aren't alone.

Other Story

Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 6
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Norm Rapmund (finishes)
Story Line
Covers the Zero Hour event.
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Published September [July 6] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance Batwoman Cameo

First Cameo Appearance of Batwoman

Dream of America
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Shawn Moll
J. G. Jones (signed)
Question [Vic Sage]; Renée Montoya; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Batwoman [Kate Kane]; Natasha Irons; Herakles; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Devilance the Pursuer; Lex Luthor; Mercy
"Dream of America" Steel confronts Luthor over Natasha and Luthor's metahuman project. The space castaways escape from Devilance. The Question brings Montoya further into his investigation, as Batwoman watches.
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Published September [July 6] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance Batwoman Cameo

First Cameo Appearance of Batwoman

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Story Title
Dream of America
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Shawn Moll
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Question [Vic Sage]; Renée Montoya; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Adam Strange; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Batwoman [Kate Kane]; Natasha Irons; Herakles; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Devilance the Pursuer; Lex Luthor; Mercy
Storyline
"Dream of America" Steel confronts Luthor over Natasha and Luthor's metahuman project. The space castaways escape from Devilance. The Question brings Montoya further into his investigation, as Batwoman watches.

Other Story

Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 8
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Andy Lanning (finishes)
Story Line
Covers the events in Identity Crisis.
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52 (2006) #11

Published September [July 19] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance Batwoman

First Full Appearance of Batwoman

Week 11, Night 5
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett; Todd Nauck
J. G. Jones (signed)
Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Batwoman [Kate Kane]; Abbot; Whisper A'Daire; Cameo -- Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; Devem
"Week 11, Night 5" Ralph's tracking of the "Cult of Connor" drives him to some questionable ends. The Question and Montoya further their investigation of InterGang and cross paths with Batwoman.
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Published September [July 19] 2006 by DC Tags: First Appearance Batwoman

First Full Appearance of Batwoman

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Story Title
Week 11, Night 5
Writer
Geoff Johns; Grant Morrison; Greg Rucka; Mark Waid
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (breakdowns); Joe Bennett; Todd Nauck
Cover Art
J. G. Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
Question [Vic Sage]; Ralph Dibny; Renée Montoya; Batwoman [Kate Kane]; Abbot; Whisper A'Daire; Cameo -- Wonder Girl [Cassie Sandsmark]; Devem
Storyline
"Week 11, Night 5" Ralph's tracking of the "Cult of Connor" drives him to some questionable ends. The Question and Montoya further their investigation of InterGang and cross paths with Batwoman.

Other Story

Story Title
History of the DCU: Part 10
Script
Dan Jurgens
Pencils
Dan Jurgens (layout); Andy Lanning (finishes)
Story Line
Covers the evens of Infinite Crisis. It is revealed that Troia, not Jade, was supposed to die in space facing Alex Luthor's giant hands.
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