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This page is part of the SuperFriends timeline, or a chronology of events that took place in the SuperFriends Universe -- Earth-1A (fan name) / Earth-Thirty-Two (official designation) of the DC Multiverse.
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Medicalchart

A medical chart shows the date of birth of a boy, in 1970.[1]

1970 was the first year of the 1970s and the seventieth year of the 20th century.

On the twenty-ninth of January, Paul Ryan was born in Wisconsin.[2]

In 1970, on the third of April, Dennis Marks, the son of Jonas Marks, is born.[3]

The company eventually known as LexCorp is founded. By the year 1988, Lex Luthor, who claims to be "retired" as a criminal in the public eye, will take over this company, giving it its' new name.[4]

The first mission to Venus resulted in the capture of the Venus spaceship crew, who were kidnapped by alien natives of the planet. They were rescued by Hawkman.[5]


Background

May

Princess Diana came to America for the first time. She was sent by her mother to fight in a war and "crush evil."[6]

Note: Superheroes were growing in numbers on the Earth. It is at this time, that many of them join together, before forming the Justice League of America. The founding members of the team were Aquaman, Flash, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, Superman and Batman.[7]


Previous Year

1969

Next Year

1971


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References

  1. As seen in A Pint of Life (1983).
  2. This is conjecture based on real life.
  3. As seen in A Pint of Life.
  4. According to The Atlas of the DC Universe, Luthor founded the company himself. But this can't be true, because Luthor was still a criminal in the public eye during that time, and it seems unlikely that a convict could start his own business.
  5. As seen in A Visit to Venus (1967).
  6. As seen in the Superfriends season 3 episode Secret Origins of the Superfriends (1978). It should also be noted that during this period the Vietnam War was a war that America was clearly involvolved.
  7. As seen in the Issue # 200 of the Justice League of America (1982) -- reprinted in Issue # 3 of Super Powers (1986).
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