- Well, in the Flash series pre-Crisis, it was
believed that Barry Allen had killed Professor Zoom
(snapping his neck) because Barry believed Zoom had
murdered Iris Allen. It appears, per the index of tales as
<a href=http://www.geocities.com/darkmark90/flashind.html target=new>http://www.geocities.com/darkmark90/flashind.html</a> that towards the end of Barry's trial, he learned
that Professor Zoom (the Reverse Flash) was not dead
after all.<br><br>Anyone who has these issues or
remembers these tales, can you confirm all this?
- BTW, if we ever do a Secret Origin story for the Supergirl of the future, it is worth noting that in her Louise-L identity, Supergirl wears a short black wig, while her friend Lydia-T has shoulder-length blonde hair and looks identical to Lena Thorul. It seemed evident to me that Louise-L could easily have been a false identity, since she obviously wasn't born as a brunette. This begs the question -- what is the birth-name of Louise-L/Lydia-7, and what became of her parents? And is her birth-name a Kryptonian or Rokynian name?
--- In Earth1AftertheCrisis@yahoogroups.com, "Doc Quantum" <the_time_trust_2000@...> wrote:
> --- In Earth1AftertheCrisis@yahoogroups.com, p_debord wrote:
> > I recently found a little continuity error in Superman Family 216 Supergirl's secret identity was Louise-L. Her confidante's name was Lydia-T. Just a little FYI
> I've made a change in the archived version of the story that first reintroduced the Supergirl of the Future to account for this continuity error without having to get rid of the Lydia-7 identity we've used in her every appearance. Here's the line that I changed:
> "There is nothing left for me in my own time, thanks to the Crisis," she replied solemnly. "The floating cities of Hattan are no more, and my oldest friend Lydia-T is dead. In her memory, I have abandoned my old Louise-L identity which was merely a false name, much like your Supergirl's identity of Linda Lee Danvers and have adopted the new name of Lydia-7."