Earth-Twelve also had local versions of most of the major superheroes of Earth-One. Jerry Lewis lived in this universe, where he shared adventures with Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. Batman also had a TV series in Earth-Twelve, then his identity was public there.
It was assumed that Earth-Twelve was destroyed during the Crisis on Infinite Earths but that was thrown into doubt when the Atom and Flash of Earth-898 glimpsed the Inferior Five on their way home indicated that the reality (or a very close analog) existed in hypertime.
In any case, Convergence retroactively prevented the destruction of the Pre-Crisis Multiverse but resulted in an "updated" form. How (or even if) this affected Earth-Twelve is unknown.
- Inferior Five
- Freedom Brigade
- Plastic Man
- Jerry Lewis
- Dean Martin
- Bob Hope
- Witch Kraft
- Santa Claus
- Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
- Earth-Twelve was originally created to be the home of the Inferior Five, as their parodic stories didn't fit well into Earth-One.
- First identified by name in Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew: The Oz-Wonderland War #3.
- Crisis on Infinite Earths: The Compendium stated that the following stories/comics were appearances of Earth-Twelve:
- Adventures of Bob Hope #94
- Adventures of Jerry Lewis #92, 97, 105, 112 & 117
- All-New Collectors' Edition #C-53 & C-60
- Cancelled Comic Cavalcade #1 – Green Team #2–3 & #2 (Prez #5)
- 1st Issue Special #2
- Inferior Five (Volume 1)
- Limited Collectors' Edition #C-33 & #C-42
- Plastic Man (Volume 2)
- Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Volume 1), (second series) C-20, C-24 & C50
- Showcase #62–63 & 65
- Supergirl #10
- Swing With Scooter #5
- The Flash and Atom of Earth-898 passed through a reality that had the Infinity Five indicating a hypertime reality similar to Earth-Twelve. Its relationship to the original Earth-Twelve is unknown.
- Characters from Earth-Twelve
- Other things related to Earth-Twelve
- Earth-Twelve's Comic Appearances
- Reality Gallery: Earth-Twelve
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