The Twilight Zone

Joker presents The Twilight Zone.[1]

The Twilight Zone was a television program created by Rod Serling that aired on TV from 1959-1964. It was during this run of the series that Leonard Nimoy appeared in an episode of the show.

In 1962, Robert Redford appeared in the show as well.

The show mainly fell in the genres of science fiction, fantasy and horror, and it was an anthology television series.

The show was created by Rod Serling and it was adapted for film by Steven Spielberg in 1983, and then from 1985-1989, it returned to television once again for a second series. And later in 1994, The Twilight Zone was adapted into a telefilm.

From 2002-2003, the show was revived for a second time, with a third brand new version of The Twilight Zone. By the year 2019, the show was revived for a third time, with a fourth brand new version of The Twilight Zone.



Joker apparently liked The Twilight Zone, or it was at least the subject of one of his jokes when he was showing Superman around in his "Psychoactive Dimension."[2]


Super Powers, Volume One (1984)

The Twilight Zone in the real world

This article is written
from the Real World

In the real world, The Twilight Zone was on CBS, and it was actually very similar to the earlier anthology comics that were published earlier and at the same time that the show was on in the fifties and sixties.

DC Comics published a number of similar titles such as Mystery in Space, Strange Adventures and House of Secrets.


  1. As seen in Super Powers # 2 (1984).
  2. As seen in Super Powers # 2 (1984).

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