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17th century

Sometime during the 17th century.[1]

In North America, the historical period known as the Old West begins.

Sometime this century, the last of the Incas are wiped out.

Sometime this century, Vandal Savage takes on the identity of Blackbeard.[2]

William Shakespeare dies this year.[3]

Devotions upon Emergent Occasions, written by John Donne, is published.

John Donne dies in London, England.


Galileo Galilei dies in Florence, Italy.

Isaac Newton is born in England.

Wonder Woman and the Atom arrive via time travel to this year and find themselves face to face with Blackbeard.[4]


The town of Happy Harbor is settled in Rhode Island.

1698 / 300 Years Ago:[5]
Guided by the Source, the Highfather forges a pact with Darkseid, ruler of Apokolips. To seal it, they exchanged their young sons: Darkseid sent Orion to be raised on New Genesis by the Highfather, while the Highfather’s young son grows up on Apokolips in the orphanage of Granny Goodness, receiving the ironic name Scott Free.[6]


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  1. As seen in the Superfriends season 5 episode Elevator To Nowhere (1980).
  2. Conjecture based on the comics universe.
  3. This is based upon historical accounts.
  4. This was established in the episode Elevator To Nowhere. It should be noted that this date seems to contradict real world history, which estimates that Blackbeard wasn't born until 1680 and wasn't even a pirate until 1716.
  5. This date is given in the post-crisis story: New Gods Secret Files and Origins, #1 (September, 1998).
  6. As revealed in New Gods, #7 (February / March 1972) and Mister Miracle, #9 (July / August 1972). Darkseid first appeared in Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen, #134 (December 1970), Highfather and Orion in New Gods, #1 (February / March 1971), Scott Free (aka Mr. Miracle) in Mister Miracle, #1 (March / April 1971), and Himon in Mister Miracle, #9 (July / August 1972).

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