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The Justice Society were trapped in another dimension, Limbo, where they would battle for all of eternity to prevent Ragnarök from occurring on the Earth.
Initially, the Silver Age Hawkman and Hawkwoman were kept in continuity unchanged after Crisis on Infinite Earths.
With the fading popularity of superheroes during the late 1940s, the Hawkman feature ended in the last issue of Flash Comics in 1949.
In 1956, DC Comics resurrected the Flash by revamping the character with a new identity and backstory.
During Hawkman's solo segment of the Justice Society of America story, Shiera dons a spare set of Nth metal wings developed by Hawkman, and masquerades as Hawkman in order to trick some criminals.
Shiera continues to wear the costume and wings in later stories, eventually adopting the identity of Hawkgirl.
However, DC reversed this decision and rebooted Hawkman continuity after the success of the Hawkworld miniseries.
Originally, Hawkworld was a miniseries set in the past that revised the origins of Hawkman and Hawkwoman, but after the series became a success, DC Comics made Hawkworld an ongoing series set in the present, with both heroes only recently appearing on Earth after the events in the Invasion!
You know, my parents had a long and difficult marriage, mostly because my father was gay. But given the wisdom of that era--the medical, psychological and societal wisdom of that ...Several years later, Silver Age Hawkgirl joined the Justice League of America with issue #146 in 1977.In 1981, Silver Age Hawkgirl changed her name to Hawkwoman in the Hawkman backup feature of World's Finest Comics #274.(Hall, Sanders) Justice Society of America (Hall) All-Star Squadron Justice League (Saunders) Justice League Justice Society of America Birds of Prey Black Lantern Corps Blackhawks (Hol) Justice League Hawkgirl is the name of several fictional superheroines appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.The original Hawkgirl, Shiera Sanders Hall, was created by writer Gardner Fox and artist Dennis Neville, and first appeared in Flash Comics #1 (January 1940).