Paul Dini, Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray
Ed Benes, Rod Reis
IN UNIVERSAL AND MULTIVERSAL ANOMALIES
In Countdown To Final Crisis, Darkseid seeks to fulfill the prophecy of The Death of The New Gods and the rise of the Fifth World. On a giant chess board, the Dark god manipulates all the events of Countdown even granting Jimmy Olsen superpowers. Unbeknownst to him, his machinations lead eventually to The Death of The New Gods and Final Crisis.
Meanwhile, the Monitors unravel the causes that threaten the 52 universes of the multiverse lying in the multiversal anomalies. One of them, is Black Canary. Let’s reveal her origin story in the Post-Crisis continuity.
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PRE-CRISIS: DINAH DRAKE MIGRATED FROM EARTH-TWO
In Countdown (2007) #46, the Monitors reveal the origin story of the first Black Canary. Originally, she was from Earth-Two. After retiring from crime, Dinah Drake began her crime-fighting career. Soon, she joined the Justice Society of America. After the death of her husband, Larry Lance, she migrated to Earth-One.
PRE-CRISIS: DINAH DRAKE JOINED THE JLA
In Justice League of America (1963) #21, is the legendary first meeting between the JSA and the JLA. The two super-teams band together to defeat Fiddler, Icicle, Wizard and Chronos, Doctor Alchemy and Felix Faust that threaten the DC multiverse. During the Aquaris crisis, Dinah eventually remained on Earth-One.
PRE-CRISIS: DINAH LANCE IS HER DAUGHTER
On Earth-One, Dinah Laurel Lance was born of the first Black Canary, Dinah Drake and police officer Larry Lance. Precociously, Laurel started her crime-fighting career at the age of 19. Soon, she became the second Black Canary.
POST-CRISIS: DINAH LANCE IS A FOUNDING JLA MEMBER
In JLA: Year One, Dinah Lance became a founding member of the JLA. Early on, the JLA was an inexperienced and under-funded group that took on alien invasions and corruption.
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