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25th Jun '16 11:22:04 AM nombretomado
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* The protagonists of AHDotComTheSeries travel through it in their [[CoolShip Cool Starship]].

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* The protagonists of AHDotComTheSeries ''Script/AHDotComTheSeries'' travel through it in their [[CoolShip Cool Starship]].
10th Jun '16 8:01:16 PM nombretomado
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** It should be noted that this is AllThereInTheManual. There's no sign in any of the televised series or available-at-your-comics-shop comic books[[note]] Aside from Fun Publications' ''Franchise/TransformersTimelines'', which do receive limited direct market print runs[[/note]] -- that is, any canonical stories -- that you could "[[{{Sliders}} slide]]" from ''Anime/TransformersArmada'' into ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated,'' despite years of "collector's club" and convention exclusive materials that suggest you can. Fingers are still crossed around the fandom for a ''WesternAnimation/TurtlesForever'' sort of project someday, somehow.

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** It should be noted that this is AllThereInTheManual. There's no sign in any of the televised series or available-at-your-comics-shop comic books[[note]] Aside from Fun Publications' ''Franchise/TransformersTimelines'', which do receive limited direct market print runs[[/note]] -- that is, any canonical stories -- that you could "[[{{Sliders}} "[[Series/{{Sliders}} slide]]" from ''Anime/TransformersArmada'' into ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated,'' despite years of "collector's club" and convention exclusive materials that suggest you can. Fingers are still crossed around the fandom for a ''WesternAnimation/TurtlesForever'' sort of project someday, somehow.
7th Jun '16 10:54:26 AM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/OnceUponATime'' and ''Series/OnceUponATimeInWonderland'': Most of ''OUAT'' takes place in Storybrooke, a town created by magic that exists in the Land Without Magic, which is our "real world". The curse that created Storybrooke also trapped many people from The Enchanted Forest there, characters from various fairy tales and other stories. Other worlds include [[Literature/PeterPan Neverland]], [[Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland Wonderland]] (in which SpinOff series ''Once Upon a Time in Wonderland'' takes place), [[Franchise/TheWizardOfOz Oz]], the Land Without Color (a DeliberatelyMonochrome world where Dr. Literature/{{Frankenstein}} is from), a [[VictorianBritain Victorian England]] where Alice is from, and a [[TheRoaringTwenties 1920s England]] where Cruella de Vil is from.

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* ''Series/OnceUponATime'' and ''Series/OnceUponATimeInWonderland'': Most of ''OUAT'' takes place in Storybrooke, a town created by magic that exists in the Land Without Magic, which is our "real world". The curse that created Storybrooke also trapped many people from The Enchanted Forest there, characters from various fairy tales and other stories. Other worlds include [[Literature/PeterPan Neverland]], [[Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland Wonderland]] (in which SpinOff series ''Once Upon a Time in Wonderland'' takes place), [[Franchise/TheWizardOfOz Oz]], the Land Without Color (a DeliberatelyMonochrome world where Dr. Literature/{{Frankenstein}} is from), a [[VictorianBritain Victorian England]] where Alice is from, and a [[TheRoaringTwenties 1920s England]] where Cruella de Vil is from.from, TheUnderworld, and The Land of Untold Stories (a universe that serves as a dumping ground for characters from stories that never finished).
4th Jun '16 10:06:01 PM gewunomox
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*** Earth-19, a world currently in the era of Edwardian England, home to the Bat Man, the Wonder Woman, the Accelerated Man, and the Shrinking Man. Bruce and Diana are based on ''Gotham By Gaslight'' and ''Amazonia'' respectively [[note]]Although those books have completely different {{Jack the Ripper}}s, so can't actually be the same universe[[/note]].

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*** Earth-19, a world currently in the era of Edwardian England, home to the Bat Man, the Wonder Woman, the Accelerated Man, and the Shrinking Man. Bruce and Diana are based on ''Gotham By Gaslight'' and ''Amazonia'' respectively [[note]]Although those books have completely different {{Jack UsefulNotes/{{Jack the Ripper}}s, so can't actually be the same universe[[/note]].
30th May '16 8:44:18 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** It should be noted that this is AllThereInTheManual. There's no sign in any of the televised series or available-at-your-comics-shop comic books[[note]] Aside from Fun Publications' ''Franchise/TransformersTimelines'', which do receive limited direct market print runs[[/note]] -- that is, any canonical stories -- that you could "[[{{Sliders}} slide]]" from ''TransformersArmada'' into ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated,'' despite years of "collector's club" and convention exclusive materials that suggest you can. Fingers are still crossed around the fandom for a ''WesternAnimation/TurtlesForever'' sort of project someday, somehow.

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** It should be noted that this is AllThereInTheManual. There's no sign in any of the televised series or available-at-your-comics-shop comic books[[note]] Aside from Fun Publications' ''Franchise/TransformersTimelines'', which do receive limited direct market print runs[[/note]] -- that is, any canonical stories -- that you could "[[{{Sliders}} slide]]" from ''TransformersArmada'' ''Anime/TransformersArmada'' into ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated,'' despite years of "collector's club" and convention exclusive materials that suggest you can. Fingers are still crossed around the fandom for a ''WesternAnimation/TurtlesForever'' sort of project someday, somehow.
25th May '16 11:56:42 PM Aomic
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** '''Earth-2''' is another universe, and was connected to Earth-1 in a freak accident involving a wormhole. It appeared prominently in [[Series/TheFlash2014 season two of The Flash]] and has been visited by Barry Allen of Earth-1 a couple of times.

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** '''Earth-2''' is another universe, and was connected to Earth-1 in a freak accident involving a wormhole. It appeared prominently in [[Series/TheFlash2014 season two of The Flash]] and has been visited by Barry Allen various characters of Earth-1 a couple of and Earth-3 several times.
25th May '16 7:02:50 PM Willbyr
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* ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' is the one ''huge'' metaseries with literally ''tens'' of alternative continuities, explored in various TV series, [=OVAs=], [[AllThereInTheManual novels, mangas, doujinshis]] etc. It also includes other series and titles by the same author and studio, and even the works by the other creators with sometimes completely different premises. It was [[WordOfGod explicitly stated]] by its creator, Masaki Kajishima, that ''[[AllMythsAreTrue all]]'' [[AllMythsAreTrue these titles and interpretations are true]] and represent different aspects of the same Multiverse, and he doesn't mind sharing. On the other hand, he restricts himself to the ''[[TenchiMuyo Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Oh-Ki]]'' (that is, original [=OVAs=]) storyline and its spinoffs like ''TenchiMuyoGXP,'' and considers it the main and central storyline.

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* ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' is the one ''huge'' metaseries with literally ''tens'' of alternative continuities, explored in various TV series, [=OVAs=], [[AllThereInTheManual novels, mangas, doujinshis]] etc. It also includes other series and titles by the same author and studio, and even the works by the other creators with sometimes completely different premises. It was [[WordOfGod explicitly stated]] by its creator, Masaki Kajishima, that ''[[AllMythsAreTrue all]]'' [[AllMythsAreTrue these titles and interpretations are true]] and represent different aspects of the same Multiverse, and he doesn't mind sharing. On the other hand, he restricts himself to the ''[[TenchiMuyo ''[[Anime/TenchiMuyo Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Oh-Ki]]'' (that is, original [=OVAs=]) storyline and its spinoffs like ''TenchiMuyoGXP,'' ''Anime/TenchiMuyoGXP,'' and considers it the main and central storyline.
25th May '16 6:13:40 AM ZimFan89
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** '''Earth-2''' is another universe, and was connected to Earth-1 in a freak accident involving a wormhole. It appeared prominently in [[Series/TheFlash2014 season two of The Flash]] and has been visited by Barry Allen of Earth-1 once.

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** '''Earth-2''' is another universe, and was connected to Earth-1 in a freak accident involving a wormhole. It appeared prominently in [[Series/TheFlash2014 season two of The Flash]] and has been visited by Barry Allen of Earth-1 once.a couple of times.
** '''Earth-3''', first mentioned (but not yet visited) in the ''Flash'' season 2 finale. This is where [[spoiler: the real Jay Garrick]] is from.
21st May '16 9:35:16 AM narm00
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** After several cosmic upheavals, taking DC's number of universes from infinite to one to fifty-two, the DC Multiverse now consists of infinite universes grouped into sets of 'bubble' Multiverses suspended in in a larger structure that Creator/{{Grant Morrison}} refers to as the Multi-Multiverse, these bubbles each having a different number of universes within. The 'local Multiverse' that the main DC Universe is set in is made up of 52 universes, some of which are recognizable from various {{Elseworld}}s stories, some of which are wholly new creations or amalgamations of worlds from before the original Comicbook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths, [[spoiler: itself undone by the events of ComicBook/{{Convergence}}, restoring the infinite Earths destroyed there]]. Comicbook/{{Earth 2}} of the ComicBook/{{New 52}} deals with events that happen on one of these Earths, and Creator/{{Grant Morrison}}'s ''Comicbook/TheMultiversity'' series has six of its issues each dedicated to one Earth within the local Multiverse, plus a multiverse guidebook, with plans to explore these Earths and those beyond further in ''Multiversity Too''. These 'local' universes are:

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** After several cosmic upheavals, taking DC's number of universes from infinite to one to fifty-two, the DC Multiverse now consists of infinite universes grouped into sets of 'bubble' Multiverses suspended in in a larger structure that Creator/{{Grant Morrison}} refers to as the Multi-Multiverse, these bubbles each having a different number of universes within. The 'local Multiverse' that the main DC Universe is set in is made up of 52 universes, some of which are recognizable from various {{Elseworld}}s stories, some of which are wholly new creations or amalgamations of worlds from before the original Comicbook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths, [[spoiler: itself undone by the events of ComicBook/{{Convergence}}, restoring the infinite Earths destroyed there]]. Comicbook/{{Earth 2}} of the ComicBook/{{New 52}} deals with events that happen on one of these Earths, and Creator/{{Grant Morrison}}'s ''Comicbook/TheMultiversity'' series has six of its issues each dedicated to one Earth within the local Multiverse, plus a multiverse guidebook, with plans to explore these Earths and those beyond further in ''Multiversity Too''. These 'local' universes are:



*** Earth-10, a world where Kal-L was found by the Nazis, and grew up to become Overman. With the help of retro-engineered Kryptonian technology -- and, when he was old enough, Overman himself -- the Nazis won UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone In guilt over the Nazis' atrocities]], Overman turned his Earth into a pseudo-utopia; the last English-speaking rebels, [[Comicbook/FreedomFighters Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters]], fight Overman's New Reichsman.

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*** Earth-10, a world where Kal-L was found by the Nazis, and grew up to become Overman. With the help of retro-engineered Kryptonian technology -- and, when he was old enough, Overman himself -- the Nazis won UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone In guilt over the Nazis' atrocities]], Overman turned his Earth into a pseudo-utopia; the last English-speaking rebels, [[Comicbook/FreedomFighters Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters]], fight Overman's New Reichsman.Reichsmen.
8th May '16 11:26:11 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* The Multi-Dimensional labyrinth concept described by the Anti-Spiral in TengenToppaGurrenLagann has the potential to incorporate all of Gurren Lagann's Parallel Works, as well as any and all forms of fan-fiction, as canon because the {{Alternate Universe}}s that make up the Multi-Dimensional Labyrinth are created the instant they are perceived.

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* The Multi-Dimensional labyrinth concept described by the Anti-Spiral in TengenToppaGurrenLagann Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann has the potential to incorporate all of Gurren Lagann's Parallel Works, as well as any and all forms of fan-fiction, as canon because the {{Alternate Universe}}s that make up the Multi-Dimensional Labyrinth are created the instant they are perceived.
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