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1920s to 1930s

Secret Origins: Batman: Times Past, 1924: The Proper Thing to Do

by Drivtaan
published August 5, 2007

A Day in the life of a very young Bruce Wayne.

Secret Files: Batman: Times Past, 1924: Christmas Memories

by Drivtaan
published December 21, 2005

A young man experiences Christmas memories

Secret Files: Green Lantern: Times Past, 1931: The Porter

by Drivtaan
published January 7, 2004

High School senior Alan Scott gets a little carried away.

Secret Files: Green Lantern: Times Past, 1935: Consequences

by Drivtaan
published January 23, 2004

Alan Scott learns that unthinking accidents have consequences, and grows up a lot!

Doctor Occult: Times Past, 1937: October Blood

by Drivtaan
published October 31, 2006

Dr. Occult’s Halloween Horror.

Weird War Tales: Times Past, 1938: Nanking’s Hope

by Drivtaan
published February 14, 2004

During a dark time in China, a new hero is born.

Superman: Times Past, 1938: Danger in Bohemia

by Libbylawrence
published September 13, 2000

The inexperienced Man of Steel tries to bring peace to wartorn Europe with his bare hands! Guest-starring Nadir and Tex Thomson!

Secret Files: The Spectre: Times Past, 1938: Do You Know What I Know?

by Drivtaan
published December 9, 2003

Jim Corrigan and Eel O’Brian, in a Christmas tale from before they hit the big time.

The Crimson Avenger: Times Past, 1939: Ghost of the Past

by HarveyKent
published September 7, 2003

In 1939, Lee Travis ventures to Hollywood to learn why mysterious accidents plague the production of a movie about the heroes of the Old West, the Trigger Twins! The answer shocks even the Crimson Avenger!

Secret Origins: The Dummy: Times Past, 1939: Wood and Evil

by HarveyKent
published May 19, 2002

In 1939, an old, dying man is desperate to recapture his youth and save his life. So desperate that he’ll try anything. But restored life comes with a price he hadn’t counted on! The untold origin of a sinister villain from the Golden Age!

Secret Origins: The Sandman: Times Past, 1939: Idle Hands

by HarveyKent
published June 7, 2004

Never before revealed, the facts behind Wesley Dodds’ first case as the Sandman! But was there another Sandman before him?


Superman: Times Past, 1940: Bullies

A JSA Classified story

by Nadra Enzi
published January 5, 2009

In the early days of his career, Superman may not have known where he came from, but he knew enough to use his powers against those he hated most of all — bullies.

Hourman: Times Past, 1941: Time Management

A JSA Classified story

by Nadra Enzi
published January 6, 2009

Rex Tyler only has one Miraclo-fueled hour at a time to spend as Hourman. Is it any wonder that the man of the hour seeks to make the most of it?

Batman: Times Past, 1941: Secrets

by Dave Barnowski
published January 15, 2008

Bruce Wayne’s Uncle Philip is being blackmailed and he turns to Batman for help.

The Atom: Times Past, 1941: Star Struck

by Libbylawrence
published December 14, 2001

Al Pratt goes Hollywood and peril follows!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1941: Thunder at Sunset

by HarveyKent
published November 19, 2000

The JSA meets the original Johnny Thunder, the now-elderly hero of the old west! However, the evil that ended his career fifty years ago returns now to plague the Justice Society!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1942: The Man Who Fell to Earth

by PaladinLgt
published October 3, 2000

During a time when the Justice Society of America had disbanded to join the war effort, a mysterious knight errant, clad in white, falls to Earth from an otherworldly realm. But as the Green Lantern and the Flash investigate, is he friend or foe? And will the JSA be able to send him back?

The Brave and the Bold: Phantom Lady and Black Condor: Times Past, 1942: Lethal Legislation

by Libbylawrence
published June 27, 2000

Phantom Lady and Black Condor, two heroes based in Washington, D.C., battle a foe who seeks to influence American politics for his own benefit!

All-Star Squadron: Times Past, 1942: Gender Gasp

by Libbylawrence
published February 11, 2000

When the alien empress known as Star Sapphire removes all adult male heroes from earth, it’s up to the mystery women to save them! But what will they do when Star Sapphire sends an entranced army of All-Star men against them? Starring Wonder Woman, Liberty Belle, Phantom Lady, Hawkgirl, Doll Girl, Rose Psychic, Doris Lee, and Inza Cramer!

All-Star Squadron: Times Past, 1942: Overlord of the Underworld

by Libbylawrence
published August 18, 2000

Peril at a journalism convention unites several heroes and heroines from that field against an evil union! But is a handful of All-Star Squadron members enough to take on the all-new Brotherhood of the Electron and its members Sieur Satan, the Lightning Master, Doctor Doog, and Doctor Light?

The Brave and the Bold: Wonder Woman and Hawkgirl: Times Past, 1942: The Eye of Bast

by Dr. Chloroform
published November 15, 1999

During the early days of World War II, the British discovered a strange artifact called the Eye of Bast. Amateur archeologist Shiera Sanders (Hawkgirl) has been called in to investigate it, accompanied by Lt. Diana Prince (Wonder Woman). It should be a routine procedure, except that the Cheetah is also after the artifact, which she believes can bring her great power. Can the two heroines catch on to the villainess’ plot before it’s too late?

Mister Terrific: Times Past, 1942: Enigma

by Libbylawrence
published August 30, 2000

How can Mister Terrific, the Man of a Thousand Talents, crack the Enigma code and save the war effort when he can’t even remember his own identity?

The Brave and the Bold: Wonder Woman and Johnny Thunder: Times Past, 1942: Swings and Arrows

by Libbylawrence
published January 25, 2000

Johnny risks his all to prevent marriage and murder all while trying to get a date for a party! Cinderella never had it so rough!

Operation: Liberty: Times Past, 1942: Fall ’42

by Vendikarr DeWuff
published June 19, 2000

With America’s heroes ordered to guard the home front, the War Department and the OSS set up a new organization to take the fight to the Axis. Introducing Agent Liberty and his Operation Liberty taskforce as they slip into the Japanese help Philipines islands to confront the gathered Axis super-humans.

The Brave and the Bold: Batman and Doctor Mid-Nite: Times Past, 1942: Death Has Many Doors

by HarveyKent
published March 7, 2001

Grave-robbing and mysterious murders put the JSA’s Men of the Night on the trail of a mad scientist working for the Third Reich! What is the madman’s connection to Bruce Wayne and Charles McNider?

Operation: Liberty: Times Past, 1942: Homefront

by Vendikarr DeWuff
published November 29, 2000

On leave, Arn Munro heads home for Thanksgiving, as ‘Matches’ Malone spends his holiday in less than pleasant company. Unfortunately, the war follows Munro home to Colorado. Guest Starring T.N.T. and Dan the Dyna-Mite.

Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys: Times Past, 1942: A (Little Boy) Blue Christmas

by Libbylawrence
published December 22, 2003

It’s Christmas, crime-fighting, and romance when Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys stumble onto a robbery scheme, and Tommy Rogers tries to impress a teacher he has a crush on!

The Brave and the Bold: The Atom and Doctor Mid-Nite: Times Past, 1943: The Methuselah Menace

by HarveyKent
published May 3, 2002

A mysterious Indian curse causes students at Calvin College to age to death in seconds! The Atom and Dr. Mid-Nite race the clock to find the mysterious agent of death afoot in academia!

Secret Origins: The Oculist: Times Past, 1943: The Secret Origin of the Oculist

by Dan Swanson
published August 7, 2004

Biff Redondo tries to get out of military duty, and instead gains great powers as the Occulist. And he discovers the Redondo Rule: With great powers comes great opportunities!

DC Universe: Times Past, 1943: The Space-Time Gambit, Book 1: Time’s Pawns

Part 1 of The Space-Time Gambit

by Libbylawrence
published July 10, 2000

It’s an adventure that spans space and time as Alexei Luthor, Superman’s arch-enemy, teams up with Dr. Doome, foe of the Seven Soldiers of Victory. Together, the two time-traveling villains pluck a group of superheroes from parallel universes and multiple times and enslave them in order to capture the entire membership of the All-Star Squadron! But will an elderly master of time named Mr. Weed be able to stop their time-spanning schemes? Meanwhile, Luthor learns how he will die. Can even this infamous criminal scientist avoid his fate? Guest starring the Freedom Fighters, the Marvel Family, and many heroes of the Golden Age!

DC Universe: Times Past, 1943: The Space-Time Gambit, Book 2: Timelines

Part 3 of The Space-Time Gambit

by Libbylawrence
published July 12, 2000

With the entire membership of the All-Star Squadron locked away in a null-field, only one hero is left to save the world from the schemes of Alexei Luthor and Dr. Doome. But will Green Lantern’s quest through alternate future timelines produce a group of heroes powerful enough to stop an army of mind-controlled mystery men?

DC Universe: Times Past, 1943: The Space-Time Gambit, Book 3: Timeline War

Part 5 of The Space-Time Gambit

by Libbylawrence
published July 12, 2000

The Space-Time Gambit comes to an exciting conclusion as Green Lantern’s army, composed of members of the Justice Society of America from three alternate future timelines, attacks Alexei Luthor and Dr. Doome’s lair. But can even this powerful JSA army take on the entire enslaved All-Star Squadron and other heroes? Also, find out what connection the final fate of Dr. Doome has with the end of the Seven Soldiers of Victory!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1943: Acts of Vengeance

by Libbylawrence
published March 5, 2000

A gathering of evil foes try to eliminate our heroes!

Secret Origins: Lily DeLuna: Times Past, 1943: The Summer of ’43

by Dan Swanson
published August 7, 2004

Before she went to J-School, before she was a reporter, Lily DeLuna was… a professional baseball player? A shipyard worker? Also, the first appearance of the Occulist.

The Sandman: Times Past, 1943: Fashion for Dying

by Libbylawrence
published September 15, 2000

Sandman’s secret identity is uncovered because of his covering!

Young All-Stars: Times Past, 1943: Aryan Youth

by Libbylawrence
published July 1, 2000

The annual Quiz Kids Academic Competition brings together the nation’s best and brightest youth, but when the Nazis take the opportunity to brainwash that youth into following Hitler, who can stop them? A group of Young All-Stars, that’s who! Featuring Robin the Boy Wonder, the Star-Spangled Kid, Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys, and guest-starring Mister Terrific and the Atom!

The Brave and the Bold: Doctor Mid-Nite and the Sandman: Times Past, 1943: Assignment: London

by HarveyKent
published August 11, 2000

In 1943, Dr. Mid-Nite and The Sandman journey to London to prevent the Nazi kidnapping of a prominent British citizen! But an American super-villain is on the side of Hitler in this battle!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1943: Woman Trouble

by Libbylawrence
published January 25, 2001

The team uncovers a plot to replace their female companions with Nazi doubles. A good woman really is hard to find!

The Seven Soldiers of Victory: Times Past, 1943: Return of the Dark Cross

by Libbylawrence
published September 27, 2001

The team fights a group with ties to one of their own. Will Aquaman become the 8th Soldier?

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1943: Society Girls

by Libbylawrence
published January 31, 2001

What does it mean when the JSA loses their powers to a group of their female friends?

Batman: Times Past, 1943: Get Lucky

by Drivtaan
published September 24, 2005

The FBI sends a man undercover to protect Lucky Luciano while he is in prison.

All-Star Squadron: Times Past, 1944: Crisis at the Cotillion

by Libbylawrence
published December 28, 1999

When the Cheetah, the Catwoman, and Nightshade all rob a society ball, they don’t realize their dance cards will include Liberty Belle, Hawkwoman, Firebrand, Green Arrow, and Mr. Terrific. Guest-starring the future Black Canary.

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1944: The Incredible Mister Horrific

published March 28, 2002

He came out of nowhere to defeat the JSA! He toppled the mighty Atom! Drew the curtain on Doctor Mid-Nite! Plucked Hawkman’s wings! Short-circuited Johnny’s T-Bolt! Burnt out the Starman! And proved to Wonder Woman that chivalry is dead! Who is the incredible Mister Horrific?

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1944: The Evil Plot

by Libbylawrence
published March 28, 2000

Batman and Robin are out of Gotham City. Can Atom, Dr. Midnite, Mr. Terrific, and Wildcat defeat a gathering of the greatest Bat foes?

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1945: The Nightmare Invasion

by Libbylawrence
published August 11, 2000

The world is attacked by foes who use sleep as their means of conquest!

The Seven Soldiers of Victory: Times Past, 1945: The Victorious Seven

by Libbylawrence
published April 23, 2000

The heroes fight a group of villains on the West Coast as the war winds down!

Starman: Times Past, 1945: Nuclear Furnace, Book 1

by Dan Swanson
published March 21, 2004

Another look at the career of Ted Knight, Starman.

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1946: The Wish Master

by Libbylawrence
published October 18, 2000

The team sets out to help a damsel in distress only to find themselves being used as pawns by a dark force. Can the 7 Soldiers of Victory save the day when faced with the mighty JSA?

Mister Terrific: Times Past, 1946: American Heroes

by Libbylawrence
published August 13, 2001

The Champion of Fair Play goes into war-ravaged Germany to rescue the missing Mr. America/Americommando.

Starman: Times Past, 1946: Nuclear Furnace, Book 2

by Dan Swanson
published April 18, 2004

Starman: Times Past, 1946: Nuclear Furnace, Book 3

by Dan Swanson
published April 30, 2004

Mister Terrific: Times Past, 1946: A Thousand Weapons to Choose From

A JSA Classified story

by Nadra Enzi
published January 2, 2009

It’s no easy task measuring yourself against a man with a thousand talents. Just ask Agent Freeman when he’s instructed to find out what makes Mister Terrific what he is!

Johnny Thunder: Times Past, 1946: Bolt from the Blue

A JSA Classified story

by Nadra Enzi
published January 7, 2009

Johnny Thunder is often dismissed as the sidekick of the Justice Society, the comic relief of the mystery man set. But the U.S. government knows why Johnny is a force to be reckoned with.

The Brave and the Bold: Green Lantern and Green Arrow: Times Past, 1947: Gotham’s Greenest

by Immortalwildcat
published July 28, 2003

One night in Gotham City, Green Lantern (Alan Scott) encounters a group of hijackers who have among them an expert archer. Luckily for him, Green Arrow (Oliver Queen) is in town. Can this unlikely duo figure out the crooks’ game and put a stop to them before they rob Gotham blind?

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1947: The New Olympians

by Libbylawrence
published January 11, 2000

Mars lost the war and now he wants to pay back the heroes who helped defeat his plans!

Johnny Thunder: Times Past, 1947: Johnny Thunder Takes a Bride

by Libbylawrence
published September 8, 2000

Johnny no longer has his T-Bolt. Can he prevent murder with only his own courage and skill to rely upon?

The Brave and the Bold: Lois Lane, Libby Lawrence, and Lily DeLuna: Times Past, 1947: Women of Journalism

by Dan Swanson, with Immortalwildcat
published July 4, 2006

Lily DeLuna meets Libby Lawrence and Lois Lane during a seminar in her senior year of J-School. They battle Sportsmaster, the Huntress and the Occulist.

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1948: All in the Chemistry

by Libbylawrence
published August 24, 2001

The team battles weird creations which appear to have sprung from a stranger science!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1948: Trail of the Ruby

by HarveyKent
published September 21, 2000

Three immortal super-villains must retrieve a mystic ruby that went down with the Titanic in 1912! Can they trick the JSA into helping them?

The Crimson Avenger: Times Past, 1948: Losing Myself

Part 2 of The Nebula Man

by HarveyKent
published November 18, 2001

The Crimson Avenger, sent back in time after the battle with the Nebula Man, finds himself in the Aztec Empire. There he learns that the price of godhood is losing all memory of who he once was!

Green Arrow: Times Past, 1948: The Ballad of Green Arrow

Part 4 of The Nebula Man

by HarveyKent
published July 30, 2002

When the explosion of the Nebula Man hurled Green Arrow into the past, he landed in the time of Robin Hood! What happened to him there before he was rescued? Learn the answer now!

Showcase: Stripesy: Times Past, 1948: Danger in Ancient Egypt

Part 5 of The Nebula Man

by PaladinLgt
published November 27, 2001

Stripesy, given great strength from his battle with the Nebula Man, finds himself in ancient Egypt under the rule of the Pharaoh Akhenaten. But will his loyalty to a new friend cause his enslavement?

Showcase: Speedy: Times Past, 1948: Transformations

Part 8 of The Nebula Man

by Libbylawrence
published August 14, 2002

After the battle with the Nebula Man sent him back in time, Speedy finds romance and danger in ancient Greece, which is all par for the course for our young hero. But what happens to those left behind after he’s gone?

The Brave and the Bold: Hourman and Starman: Times Past, 1948: Time and Stars

by HarveyKent
published July 6, 2000

An old enemy of Hourman sets a gauntlet of super-villains for him to run! But the Man of the Hour gets a little help from Starman!

Starman: Times Past, 1948: Give Up the Stars

by Dan Swanson
published February 19, 2004

Doris Knight receives a message from the future from… Doris Knight! Sequel to TIME AND STARS.

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1949: The Science of Revenge

by Libbylawrence
published September 22, 2000

What secret is behind a group of new and seemingly all-powerful villains? Maybe the long-retired Rex Tyler has the answer for his former partners.

Batman: Times Past, 1949: Death on Ice

by Libbylawrence
published December 30, 1999

Holy Double Axel! A murderess tries to put the dynamic duo on thin ice!

Showcase: Vic Valor: Times Past, 1949: Vic Valor, Invincible

by Dan Swanson
published May 29, 2004

A new hero for Opal City? Introducing Vic Valor and Lily DeLuna. Discover the shocking fate of Vic Valor!

Starman: Times Past, 1949: An Alternate Destiny

by Dan Swanson
published June 1, 2004

Can Ted and Doris save the life of a Starman in an alternate timeline?

Showcase: Lily DeLuna: Times Past, 1949: Lily DeLuna, Investigative Reporter

by Dan Swanson
published January 5, 2007

Lily learns the secrets of Xenon’s Power Rod while investigating potential political corruption in Opal City. Guest starring Starman Starwoman and the Rival, with a brief appearance by Captain Triumph.

The Brave and the Bold: Lily DeLuna and Doris Knight: Times Past, 1949: Super Girls’ Knight Out

by Dan Swanson
published September 15, 2005

Doris Knight and Lily DeLuna team up against Mekanique.


The Brave and the Bold: Batman, Wonder Woman and Aquaman: Times Past, 1950: War of the Water Worlds

by Libbylawrence
published April 15, 2001

Can the assembled heroes bring peace to the cities of Atlantis when a legion of crafty foes want their deaths? Can a nomadic Aquaman become King of all Atlantis?

Black Canary: Times Past, 1951: Cyclone

by Libbylawrence
published September 9, 2000

The Blonde Bombshell tries to unmask the truth behind a new and dashing hero.

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1951: Exterminations, Inc.

by Immortalwildcat
published January 14, 2001

After the JSA disbanded in 1951, what happened to the group behind their final case?

Superman: Times Past, 1952: The Second Superman

Part 3 of The Missing Earth

by Dan Swanson, adapted from a story in Superman #119 by Edmund Hamilton and Wayne Boring
published May 17, 2010

The planet Krypton, that planet of Superman’s birth, perished years ago in a catastrophe. But now, in the vast realms of the universe, there looms up a world that is a near-exact double of perished Krypton. Given a rare opportunity to learn about the Krypton-like planet Xenon, he switches places with his twin from Xenon. But while the young Xenonian Kell Orr plays the part of Superman on Earth, Superman soon discovers the terrible truth that the world of Xenon is doomed, presenting him with the greatest challenge of his life. Can the Man of Steel tamper with mysterious cosmic forces and save the world that was Krypton’s twin before it’s too late?

The Atom: Times Past, 1952: Mystery Squad

by Libbylawrence
published February 22, 2000

The Atom gets married, and then his troubles really start!

The Brave and the Bold: Doctor Mid-Nite and the Guardian: Times Past, 1952: Shedding Some Light

by Libbylawrence
published January 13, 2000

Just how was Dr. Mid-Nite given a longstanding youthfulness like his allies in the JSA when he wasn’t with them during their Karkull case? Find out in this untold tale featuring the blind avenger and the Guardian against the Firefly.

The Brave and the Bold: Batman and Doctor Mid-Nite: Times Past, 1953: “Bring Me Myra Mason!”

by Libbylawrence
published December 28, 1999

The Dynamic Duo helps the blind hero rescue his nurse after she is abducted by the Gorilla Boss of Gotham City.

Showcase: The Wizard: Times Past, 1953: Things that Go Bump

by Dan Swanson
published September 26, 2006

The Wizard recently cast a spell the vanquished Superman, in hopes of becoming known as the most powerful criminal on Earth. See how that’s working out for him.

Showcase: Times Past, 1954: Blake’s Seven

by CSyphrett
published February 10, 2001

Adam Blake gathers a group of assistants to help him save the world.

Blake’s Seven: Times Past, 1955: Blake’s Joke

by CSyphrett
published March 17, 2001

A clown has been kidnapped, but who will have the last laugh at the end of the chase.

Blake’s Seven: Times Past, 1955: Blake’s Bullet

by CSyphrett
published August 16, 2001

Deadshot is implementing an extortion scheme in Gotham City and holding an archaeological dig hostage in the Australian Outback. Adam Blake and Batman race to see which mystery is true.

Blake’s Seven: Times Past, 1955: Blake and the Veil of Time

by CSyphrett
published September 26, 2001

Thomas Chantry dreams the future, but will that be enough to save Gotham City from a cataclysm?

Blake’s Seven: Times Past, 1955: The Three Blakes

by CSyphrett
published January 29, 2002

All he wants is pieces of them, but can newfound brothers in arms stop a counterpart from wreaking havoc on themselves and then their worlds?

Blake’s Seven: Times Past, 1955: Blake’s Pilot

by CSyphrett
published April 3, 2002

Blake’s Seven: Times Past, 1955: Blake’s Gunfighter

by CSyphrett
published June 13, 2002

Cully Morrigan is known as “Deadman” Morrigan among his ex-associates in the underworld. Someone is out to make that name more fitting.

Blake’s Seven: Times Past, 1955: Blake and the Revenge of the One-Handed Man

by CSyphrett
published June 29, 2003

Batman: Times Past, 1958: The Brave and the Bold

by Libbylawrence
published December 28, 2000

Batman fights an immortal foe with the help of history’s finest heroes! Cameo appearance by Batwoman!

World’s Finest: Superman and Batman: Times Past, 1958: Suspicious Minds

by HarveyKent
published December 5, 2001

In 1958, tensions threaten to tear the World’s Finest Team apart! The Daily Press is attacked by someone who wants to stop the printing of a special issue. At the top of Clark Kent’s list of suspects: Selina Wayne!

Showcase: Team Justice: Times Past, 1959: Justice in the Making

by Libbylawrence
published April 28, 2000

After the Justice Society of America was disbanded in 1951, who filled in the gap before they returned twelve years later? Why, none other than Team Justice of Civic City! But while many remember the late 1950s being a happy, innocent time, the truth was that the Cold War and the growing civil rights movement made it a time fraught with peril. These are the untold adventures of a team of young heroes trying to navigate the political storms from 1955 to 1959. Featuring the new Mister Alpha (Edmund Blake), the original Fury, Bearcat, Aqua-Girl, Z-Man, Bat-Girl, Enigma, and the Spectress! And guest starring Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, and several JSAers!

World’s Finest: Superman and Batman: Times Past, 1959: ‘Tis the Season for Death

by Libbylawrence
published September 1, 2000

Superman, Batman, and Robin all try to enjoy the Christmas holiday, but old foes and a revenge-seeking new one try to ruin their fun!


Mister Terrific: Times Past, 1960: Suicide is Murder

by Libbylawrence
published March 1, 2001

The Man of a Thousand Talents tries to solve the apparent suicide of the parent of one of his students. The Champion of Fair Play tries to uncover the truth behind the apparent suicide of a student’s father.

The Brave and the Bold: The Flash and Green Lantern: Times Past, 1976/1963: The Hounds of Limbo

by Libbylawrence
published January 31, 2003

Two sets of heroes risk all to learn the meaning of the Hounds of Limbo.

Green Lantern: Times Past, 1963: Through a Glass, Darkly, Book 1

by Doc Quantum of the Time Trust
published April 17, 2001

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1964: Missing in Action

by HarveyKent
published October 27, 2000

Doctor Fate and Hourman recount the adventures that kept some JSAers from participating in the JSA and JLA’s battle with the Crime Syndicate! Featuring the Atom, the Flash, Green Lantern, Superman, Johnny Thunder, and Mr. Terrific!

Green Lantern: Times Past, 1961-1966: Redemption

by Doc Quantum of the Time Trust
published February 27, 2000

The Brave and the Bold: Black Canary and Starman: Times Past, 1964-1969: Wings and Stars

by JSAGL, with Martin Maenza
published October 4, 2001

Black Canary recalls her mother’s adventures with the Starman of Earth-2, as well as some more personal moments between the elder Dinah and Ted Knight, and how those events shaped their lives for years to come.

Showcase: Regor of Uuz: Times Past, 1969: The Menace of Bantor

Part 1 of The Missing Earth

by Dan Swanson, based on “The Menace of the Machine Men,” Superman #57 (March-April, 1949)
published April 13, 2010

When giant robots from another world come to the planet Uuz for the rare and valuable mineral potassium, the only one standing in their way is the great hero, Regor. But as it becomes all too evident, this is a ruse concocted by Bantor, who holds the hero’s friends hostage. Can Regor put a stop to his arch-enemy’s plans without letting his friends get hurt in the process?

Showcase: Tharka the Superwoman: Times Past, 1969: Invaders from Earth

Part 2 of The Missing Earth

by Dan Swanson
published May 3, 2010

Original film footage from Tharka the Superwoman’s famous trip to Earth from her home planet of Zor years earlier was stolen — but why? Tharka learns the reason two years later, when her arch-nemesis Doctor Computeer declares herself Empress of Zor with the help of two Earthmen — Captain Challenge and Muscleman. Can Tharka outwit her enemy and save her world before it’s too late?

Showcase: Super-Stars of Space: Times Past, 1969: Aquarius Redux

Part 4 of The Missing Earth

by Dan Swanson, partially based on Justice League of America #73-74, written by Dennis O’Neil
published July 6, 2010

After the Earth disappears, a handful of strange visitors from other planets — Kell Orr of Xenon and his twin son and daughter Larre and Kelle, Tharka the Superwoman, and Regor of Uuz — each independently investigate Earth’s disappearance. Yet are they prepared for the cause of Earth’s disappearance, the living star called Aquarius? Having just battled both the JSA and the JLA, Aquarius managed to trick the heroes into believing he was destroyed, when he actually fled into space with Starman’s Cosmic Rod. But Starman and Green Lantern guess the eons-old villain’s deception and track him into deep space. When the heroes of Earth rendezvous with the super-stars of space, will even their combined powers be enough to stop Aquarius?


Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1972: Time, See What’s Become of Me?

by Libbylawrence
published August 28, 2000

When the Justice Society of America and the Seven Soldiers of Victory find themselves in an altered timeline in which their successors rule a defeated mankind, can even the world’s greatest heroes correct their mistakes before they happen? And just what is the secret of Oracle?

Green Arrow: Times Past, 1972: The Final Bullseye

by Libbylawrence
published April 2, 2001

The final case of the second man who called himself Green Arrow and his finest hour.

Doctor Mid-Nite: Times Past, 1972: The Return of Walking Sun

by HarveyKent
published August 27, 2000

The building of a new dam incurs the wrath of a vengeful Native American spirit! Can Dr. Mid-Nite save the day?

The Flash: Times Past, 1976: The Family Business

by Immortalwildcat
published March 18, 2000

With the revalation of Jay and Joan Garrick’s teenaged son, find out the real story behind the fastest teen alive.

Doctor Mid-Nite: Times Past, 1976: Spicy Detective Stories

by HarveyKent
published October 12, 2000

Dr. Charles McNider is guest of honor at a convention of pulp magazine collectors! He gets a warm reception… at least until the Icicle shows up!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1977: The Man from Atlantis

by Libbylawrence
published March 21, 2000

Power Girl learns her true origins, or does she?

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1978: The Redundant Rogues

by Libbylawrence
published March 16, 2001

The Secret Society of Super Villains has captured Mister Terrific, Doctor Mid-nite, the Atom, and Johnny Thunder, but can they hold them? Guest-starring Captain Comet of Earth-1.

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1978: Watch the Skies

by HarveyKent, JSAJim, JSAGL, gernotcarl, the_golden_age_flash, and GDL629_19136
published April 5, 2002

No good deed goes unpunished as the other-dimensional Neptunians come to Earth for vengeance against Dr. Mid-Nite and the JSA, due to the good Doctor having saved the Neptunians from a plague years ago. Also, the Ultra-Humanite adds his/her own brand of villainy to the mix.

Batman: Times Past, 1978: Merry Christmas, Mr. Batman

by Immortalwildcat
published January 13, 2009

Quick question: When was the last time Bruce Wayne, the original Batman, wore his cape and cowl before his death in 1979? If you said when his wife Selina (Catwoman) died, you haven’t read this story. This is the story of the Batman’s last Christmas. And this is also the one and only team-up story between the Batman and the Huntress. It’s been ten years since then, and now Helena Wayne (the Huntress) is finally ready to reveal that tale for her adopted daughter Sonia.

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1979: Swift Retribution

by Immortalwildcat
published September 1, 2000

After Mister Terrific was murdered on the JLA satellite during a meeting of the JSA and JLA, his killer — an old foe called the Spirit King — escaped back to Earth-Two. But how will the JSA track down the killer of one of their own when he can possess any body he wishes? And will they be able to stop him before he destroy’s Terry Sloane’s family?

Batman: Times Past: Sketches of the Caped Crusader

by Nadra Enzi and Andrew Troy Keller
published January 13, 2009

What was the Batman of Earth-2 like? What did he do between his published adventures? These short sketches show glimpses of the life of Batman, including his activities during World War II and his meeting with an African-American hero during the tumultuous Civil Rights era of the mid-1960s. We are also treated to a glimpse of the grown-up Robin shortly after taking over the retired Batman’s crimefighting duties, and we observe the mourning period of Batman’s daughter Helena Wayne, the Huntress.


Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1981: Angel

by Libbylawrence
published January 21, 2000

The new Black Canary makes her triumphant debut, but she has a secret even she doesn’t know!

Doctor Mid-Nite: Times Past, 1981: What’s My Motivation?

by HarveyKent
published June 18, 2003

Watch what happens when the Injustice Society attacks Stanasch Hospital-and Charles McNider is unable to become Dr. Mid-Nite!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1982: Crisis on Earth-Four

by Libbylawrence
published April 25, 2001

In this previously untold JLA/JSA crossover story, the heroes of three worlds try to to defeat the mystical threat of three evil rulers of fantasy dimensions — Lorelei of Grimmworld, Troll King of Magic Land, and the Incubus of the Nightshade Realm. But why can’t anyone recall this case? Guest-starring the Sentinels of Justice of Earth-4 — Blue Beetle, the Peacemaker, Son of Vulcan, Captain Atom, Nightshade, and the Question — and introducing Tyger and the nuclear villain Major Force.

Secret Files: Arsenal: Times Past, 1983: Family Vacation

by Starsky Hutch 76
published October 11, 2001

Secret Origins: The Phantom of the Fair: Times Past, 1939: The High Price of Failure

by Drivtaan
published October 21, 2003

A failure from years gone by is about to get a second chance.

DC Universe: Times Past, 1984: Seeds

by Libbylawrence
published July 20, 2001

The combined forces of the Justice League of America, the Justice Society of America, and the Freedom Fighters — heroes from three different Earths — work together to save their planets from a dangerous force called the Cosmic Tree. But can even the combined forces of the JLA, the JSA, and the Freedom Fighters stop its spread into other dimensions? Enjoy this untold team-up tale of the greatest heroes of Earth-1, Earth-2, and Earth-X!

Justice Society of America: Times Past, 1985: The Wonder Years

by Libbylawrence
published February 18, 2000

Lyta Trevor looks back on her life and her mom’s career, even as a group called the Wonder Woman Revenge Squad strikes!

The Sandman: Times Past, 1985: A Higher Power

An Easter Sunday story

by Immortalwildcat
published April 5, 2003

Wesley Dodds (the Sandman) has been an atheist his entire life. Will the simple faith of a small child change his mind?


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