It’s time to go back to the very beginning! This week on Trivia Tuesday, we’re covering the stories and characters who started it all, in the Golden Age of DC Comics! Most comic historians place the beginning of the Silver Age as the publication of SHOWCASE #4, the debut of Barry Allen as The Flash, on July 5th, 1956. So every comic available on DC Universe up to that date is on the table! So rifle through your grandparents’ collection if you’ve got it, or just take a deep dive into the earliest end of our collection without hurting the resale value.
Your homework assignments:
- ACTION COMICS #1-105
- ADVENTURE COMICS #103
- ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #16
- ALL-STAR COMICS #1-57
- BATMAN #1-59
- THE BIG ALL-AMERICAN COMIC BOOK
- COMIC CAVALCADE #1-13
- DETECTIVE COMICS #27-200
- FLASH COMICS #1
- GREEN LANTERN #10
- MORE FUN COMICS #73-78
- NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR 1940
- PLASTIC MAN #1-8
- SENSATION COMICS #1-48
- SUPERMAN #1-76
- SUPERMAN’S CHRISTMAS ADVENTURE
- SUPERMAN’S PAL, JIMMY OLSEN #1-8
- WONDER WOMAN #1-76
- WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #1-82
- The first person to correctly answer each question presented every 5 minutes in the comments below receives a point.
- Whoever has the most points after 24 questions wins the game, and receives an exclusive RIDDLER BADGE.
- Only one guess is allowed per person, per question.
- Do not go back and edit your original guesses.
- After 90 minutes, the game may enter the SPEED FORCE ROUND, where new questions appear right after the previous question is answered correctly. So stay sharp!
- Not a winner? If you get on the scoreboard, you may still be randomly chosen to select next week’s topic!
- In the event of a tie game… something interesting happens.
Who among you will emerge triumphant in the winner’s circle? To find out, you’ll have to ANSWER… THE QUESTION!
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