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2006-12-04 19:59:28 DarthSkeptical Notes Now defunct, Quality Comics is still remembered as the home of a lot of really good comics ideas. The above website is suggested as a place to read up on some characters of the Golden Age originally devised by the good people at Quality Comics.

All Quality Comics characters now belong to DC. A good portion of them were seen in DC titles in the pre-Crisis era. With some exceptions, most most Quality Comics characters were relegated to an existence on Earth-X, a world in which the Nazis won World War II. A few, like Firebrand, were eventually shown to be a part of Earth 2's All-Star Squadron. But it seems that only Plastic Man was ever a mainstream, regularly-used, Earth 1 character.

As a result of the Crisis, more of these characters, like Uncle Sam, became a part of "regular" DC continuity--although Infinite Crisis seems to be killing them off again.

Now defunct, Quality Comics is still remembered as the home of a lot of really good comics ideas. The above website is suggested as a place to read up on some characters of the Golden Age originally devised by the good people at Quality Comics.

All Quality Comics characters now belong to DC. A good portion of them were seen in DC titles in the pre-Crisis era. With some exceptions, most most Quality Comics characters were relegated to an existence on Earth-X, a world in which the Nazis won World War II. A few, like Firebrand, were eventually shown to be a part of Earth 2's All-Star Squadron. But it seems that only Plastic Man was ever a mainstream, regularly-used, Earth 1 character.

As a result of the Crisis, more of these characters, like Uncle Sam, became a part of "regular" DC continuity--although Infinite Crisis seems to be killing them off again.

2005-12-09 17:31:07 DarthSkeptical Notes Now defunct, Quality Comics is still remembered as the home of a lot of really good comics ideas. The above website is suggested as a place to read up on some characters of the Golden Age originally devised by the good people at Quality Comics.

All Quality Comics characters now belong to DC. A good portion of them were seen in DC titles in the pre-Crisis era. With the exception of Plastic Man, most Quality Comics characters were relegated to an existence on Earth-X, a world in which the Nazis won World War II.
Now defunct, Quality Comics is still remembered as the home of a lot of really good comics ideas. The above website is suggested as a place to read up on some characters of the Golden Age originally devised by the good people at Quality Comics.

All Quality Comics characters now belong to DC. A good portion of them were seen in DC titles in the pre-Crisis era. With some exceptions, most most Quality Comics characters were relegated to an existence on Earth-X, a world in which the Nazis won World War II. A few, like Firebrand, were eventually shown to be a part of Earth 2's All-Star Squadron. But it seems that only Plastic Man was ever a mainstream, regularly-used, Earth 1 character.

As a result of the Crisis, more of these characters, like Uncle Sam, became a part of "regular" DC continuity--although Infinite Crisis seems to be killing them off again.

2005-12-09 15:23:52 DarthSkeptical Notes Now defunct, Quality Comics is still remembered as the home of a lot of really good comics ideas. The above website is suggested as a place to read up on some characters of the Golden Age originally devised by the good people at Quality Comics. Now defunct, Quality Comics is still remembered as the home of a lot of really good comics ideas. The above website is suggested as a place to read up on some characters of the Golden Age originally devised by the good people at Quality Comics.

All Quality Comics characters now belong to DC. A good portion of them were seen in DC titles in the pre-Crisis era. With the exception of Plastic Man, most Quality Comics characters were relegated to an existence on Earth-X, a world in which the Nazis won World War II.
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