This Month ins DC History
The Weather Wizard was introduced in 1960. Causing all types of trouble that would make El Niño blush, Weather Wizard took on the fastest man alive in The Flash 110 and taking his place among the Rouges. He’s certainly causing havoc down here in the south, snow today? We’ll see.

What else happened in 1960?

  • The first Justice League of America assembled in The Brave and the Bold #28. The roll consisted of Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and Martian Manhunter, with Superman and Batman only making cameos. I wonder if that would make a good JLA movie?
  • Superman’s lookalike cousin Van-Zee married a woman named Sylvia DeWitt, moved to Venus and had a couple of supertwins. The cover of the issue, Lois Lane #15 is pretty deceptive boasting of a real wedding, all the while making you think it’s Clark and Lois. The story’s climax was when Sylvia thought Van-Zee was cheating on her when she saw Clark kissing Lana Lang. If only Van-Zee didn’t look exactly like Clark… What if Superman has been Van-Zee this whole time?
  • Ralph Dibny, the Elongated Man, was introduced as a rival for The Flash. The Flash accused Ralph of being a thief. It was only after they banded together to find the real thief that they became friends. 

(x) Favourite comics relationships: Booster Gold and his closest friends and family: Ted Kord, Michelle Carter, Ralph Dibny, Rani Carter, Dorcas Leigh and Rip Hunter