History WMG / CrisisOnInfiniteEarths

13th Oct '17 1:00:39 AM TitoMosquito
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There are villain counterparts. ComicBook/LexLuthor is a rival Jerkass nerd who bullied Superboy-Prime, Thadeus Sinestro is a police lieutenant or chief that's hard on Hal and Brainiac is an misanthropic librarian. Black Manta is Arthur's rival in the program and Mary's former BastardBoyfriend, of whom she is with child. Slade Wilson ''is'' secretly an assassin, not as skilled and well equipped as in the comics though, with his public identity looking after his darling Rose. ComicBook/TheJoker is a clown [[MonsterClown that scared the hell out of Bruce when he was a kid.]] As for the various Lantern Corps: The Sinestro Corps are Sinestro's cop pals whom are very extreme in their duties, the Green Lantern Corps the US Airforce and other hopefuls that want to enlist too, the Blue Lanterns are a church that Hal's apprehensive to go to, the Indigo Tribe are a group/cult of junkies that rely on drugs to be compassionate, the Star Sapphires are a gang of "enlightened" hookers, the Red Lanterns are a group of vigilantes and are thus always clashing with Sinestro's guys, and Larfleeze is one of those CorruptCorporateExecutives devastating the country with his 'corps' being his many, ''many'' , "business partners" that he stepped on to get on top,

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There are villain counterparts. ComicBook/LexLuthor is a rival Jerkass nerd who bullied Superboy-Prime, Thadeus Sinestro is a police lieutenant or chief that's hard on Hal and Brainiac is an misanthropic librarian. Black Manta is Arthur's rival in the program and Mary's former BastardBoyfriend, of whom she is with child. Slade Wilson ''is'' secretly an assassin, not as skilled and well equipped as in the comics though, with his public identity looking after his darling Rose. ComicBook/TheJoker is a clown [[MonsterClown that scared the hell out of Bruce when he was a kid.]] As for the various Lantern Corps: The Sinestro Corps are Sinestro's cop pals whom are very extreme in their duties, the Green Lantern Corps the US Airforce and other hopefuls that want to enlist too, the Blue Lanterns are a church that Hal's apprehensive to go to, the Indigo Tribe are a group/cult of junkies that rely on drugs to be compassionate, the Star Sapphires are a gang of "enlightened" hookers, the Red Lanterns are a group of vigilantes and are thus always clashing with Sinestro's guys, and Larfleeze is one of those CorruptCorporateExecutives {{Corrupt Corporate Executive}}s devastating the country with his 'corps' being his many, ''many'' , "business partners" that he stepped on to get on top,



The Anti-Monitor and Monitor embody antimatter and matter on a truly multiversal scale. The reason they exist at all is because, when looking at the dawn of time, [[GreenLantern Kro]][[BiggerBad na]] inadvertently recreated some of the initial conditions at its earliest moments(particles and antiparticles). [[TooDumbToLive He was lucky he only got the Crisis.]] The Anti-Monitor and Monitor would've been perfectly fine ruling their respective universes, but they ended up discovering each other's existence. [[UltimateBattleOfUltimateDestiny It was then on to prove who's type of matter would reign supreme]]: positive or negative. Neither side [[EvilVersusEvil was good]]: the battle between the two was us vs them on a cosmic scale. Particles and antiparticles must destroy each other when they collide, with the exception of Alex Luthor Jr. The Anti-Monitor stayed dead after the Crisis because there was only a single positive and negative universe left, and a huge margin of error to screw up and destroy his universe. [[OmnicidalManiac Destroyer he may be]], [[EvenEvilHasStandards but not of the team he's fighting for.]] [[ComicBook/SinestroCorpsWar When the new 52 universe showed up]], the Anti-Monitor was happy to see that the pestering InsignificantBluePlanet had done goofed and [[CosmicKeystone made themselves vital to the 52 multiverse]], meaning that it would be easy picking. [[ComicBook/BrightestDay Kidnapping the Entity]] was an attempt to rebuild the Antimatter Multiverse.

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The Anti-Monitor and Monitor embody antimatter and matter on a truly multiversal scale. The reason they exist at all is because, when looking at the dawn of time, [[GreenLantern Kro]][[BiggerBad na]] inadvertently recreated some of the initial conditions at its earliest moments(particles and antiparticles). [[TooDumbToLive He was lucky he only got the Crisis.]] The Anti-Monitor and Monitor would've been perfectly fine ruling their respective universes, but they ended up discovering each other's existence. [[UltimateBattleOfUltimateDestiny [[UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny It was then on to prove who's type of matter would reign supreme]]: positive or negative. Neither side [[EvilVersusEvil was good]]: the battle between the two was us vs them on a cosmic scale. Particles and antiparticles must destroy each other when they collide, with the exception of Alex Luthor Jr. The Anti-Monitor stayed dead after the Crisis because there was only a single positive and negative universe left, and a huge margin of error to screw up and destroy his universe. [[OmnicidalManiac Destroyer he may be]], [[EvenEvilHasStandards but not of the team he's fighting for.]] [[ComicBook/SinestroCorpsWar When the new 52 universe showed up]], the Anti-Monitor was happy to see that the pestering InsignificantBluePlanet had done goofed and [[CosmicKeystone made themselves vital to the 52 multiverse]], meaning that it would be easy picking. [[ComicBook/BrightestDay Kidnapping the Entity]] was an attempt to rebuild the Antimatter Multiverse.
30th Aug '17 6:27:33 AM CosmicFerret
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* [[Main/TheFlash Barry Allen's]] brief appearance in ''Quasar'' was due to his [[Main/HeroicSacrifice final race]] in the original ''Crisis'' sending him through the Multiverse. Eventually, he found his way back to the Infinite Earths to finish his job.

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* [[Main/TheFlash [[ComicBook/TheFlash Barry Allen's]] brief appearance in ''Quasar'' was due to his [[Main/HeroicSacrifice final race]] in the original ''Crisis'' sending him through the Multiverse. Eventually, he found his way back to the Infinite Earths to finish his job.
9th Jun '17 3:30:15 PM nombretomado
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There's no logical reason the Anti-Matter wave would affect him like that. Pariah wasn't affected, nor was anyone else present for the death of a universe. The true moment of mutation was when he broke out of his universe, attempting to reach Earth-1, thus exposing him to [[Main/{{Wildstorm}} The Bleed]], which is known to have bizarre effects on those exposed to it.

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There's no logical reason the Anti-Matter wave would affect him like that. Pariah wasn't affected, nor was anyone else present for the death of a universe. The true moment of mutation was when he broke out of his universe, attempting to reach Earth-1, thus exposing him to [[Main/{{Wildstorm}} [[Creator/{{Wildstorm}} The Bleed]], which is known to have bizarre effects on those exposed to it.
26th May '17 8:33:23 AM Silverblade2
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There are villain counterparts. ComicBook/LexLuthor is a rival Jerkass nerd who bullied Superboy-Prime, Thadeus Sinestro is a police lieutenant or chief that's hard on Hal and Brainiac is an misanthropic librarian. Black Manta is Arthur's rival in the program and Mary's former BastardBoyfriend, of whom she is with child. Slade Wilson ''is'' secretly an assassin, not as skilled and well equipped as in the comics though, with his public identity looking after his darling Rose. SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker is a clown [[MonsterClown that scared the hell out of Bruce when he was a kid.]] As for the various Lantern Corps: The Sinestro Corps are Sinestro's cop pals whom are very extreme in their duties, the Green Lantern Corps the US Airforce and other hopefuls that want to enlist too, the Blue Lanterns are a church that Hal's apprehensive to go to, the Indigo Tribe are a group/cult of junkies that rely on drugs to be compassionate, the Star Sapphires are a gang of "enlightened" hookers, the Red Lanterns are a group of vigilantes and are thus always clashing with Sinestro's guys, and Larfleeze is one of those CorruptCorporateExecutives devastating the country with his 'corps' being his many, ''many'' , "business partners" that he stepped on to get on top,

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There are villain counterparts. ComicBook/LexLuthor is a rival Jerkass nerd who bullied Superboy-Prime, Thadeus Sinestro is a police lieutenant or chief that's hard on Hal and Brainiac is an misanthropic librarian. Black Manta is Arthur's rival in the program and Mary's former BastardBoyfriend, of whom she is with child. Slade Wilson ''is'' secretly an assassin, not as skilled and well equipped as in the comics though, with his public identity looking after his darling Rose. SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker is a clown [[MonsterClown that scared the hell out of Bruce when he was a kid.]] As for the various Lantern Corps: The Sinestro Corps are Sinestro's cop pals whom are very extreme in their duties, the Green Lantern Corps the US Airforce and other hopefuls that want to enlist too, the Blue Lanterns are a church that Hal's apprehensive to go to, the Indigo Tribe are a group/cult of junkies that rely on drugs to be compassionate, the Star Sapphires are a gang of "enlightened" hookers, the Red Lanterns are a group of vigilantes and are thus always clashing with Sinestro's guys, and Larfleeze is one of those CorruptCorporateExecutives devastating the country with his 'corps' being his many, ''many'' , "business partners" that he stepped on to get on top,
4th Apr '17 5:13:58 PM nombretomado
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The DCU, the MarvelUniverse, Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, {{Pixar}}'s films and the various Franchise/FinalFantasy worlds were all originally part of the same set of infinite earths that made up the multiverse before it was destroyed by the Anti-Moniter. We know this since we have seen that Marvel and DC universes are able to crossover occasionally, the minor {{Mythology Gag}}s in the Pixar movies, Disney owning Marvel and Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog showing a combined cosmology as that of the Disney/TheLionKing indicating a form of shared verses.

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The DCU, the MarvelUniverse, Franchise/MarvelUniverse, Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, {{Pixar}}'s Creator/{{Pixar}}'s films and the various Franchise/FinalFantasy worlds were all originally part of the same set of infinite earths that made up the multiverse before it was destroyed by the Anti-Moniter. We know this since we have seen that Marvel and DC universes are able to crossover occasionally, the minor {{Mythology Gag}}s in the Pixar movies, Disney owning Marvel and Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog showing a combined cosmology as that of the Disney/TheLionKing indicating a form of shared verses.
20th Mar '17 5:13:13 AM Morgenthaler
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The DCU, the MarvelUniverse, Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, {{Pixar}}'s films and the various Franchise/FinalFantasy worlds were all originally part of the same set of infinite earths that made up the multiverse before it was destroyed by the Anti-Moniter. We know this since we have seen that Marvel and DC universes are able to crossover occasionally, the minor {{Mythology Gag}}s in the Pixar movies, Disney owning Marvel and PrincessAndTheFrog showing a combined cosmology as that of the Disney/TheLionKing indicating a form of shared verses.

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The DCU, the MarvelUniverse, Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, {{Pixar}}'s films and the various Franchise/FinalFantasy worlds were all originally part of the same set of infinite earths that made up the multiverse before it was destroyed by the Anti-Moniter. We know this since we have seen that Marvel and DC universes are able to crossover occasionally, the minor {{Mythology Gag}}s in the Pixar movies, Disney owning Marvel and PrincessAndTheFrog Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog showing a combined cosmology as that of the Disney/TheLionKing indicating a form of shared verses.
16th Mar '17 7:14:57 PM jormis29
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*** No, I meant that the pre-Crisis Marvel Family characters were still canon before they were reintroduced in the ''Shazam! The New Beginning'' mini-series and ''The Power of Shazam'' graphic novel.

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*** No, I meant that the pre-Crisis Marvel Family characters were still canon before they were reintroduced in the ''Shazam! The New Beginning'' ''ComicBook/ShazamTheNewBeginning'' mini-series and ''The Power of Shazam'' graphic novel.
27th Jan '17 8:40:00 PM ZoeyPosthuman
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** And now they're all back again. If this is the case, the Anti-Monitor is terrible at his job.
25th Dec '16 9:26:05 PM TitoMosquito
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* Possibly, since from their point-of-view, the Earth-2 that appeared post-''Infinite Crisis'' lost access to the multiverse following the Crisis.
25th Dec '16 9:18:56 PM TitoMosquito
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*** The only time Lex was sent to prison was for public endangerment in ''The Man of Steel'' #4.

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*** The only time Lex was sent to prison was for public endangerment in ''The Man of Steel'' #4.#4; with that being the start of him and Superman begin enemies.




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* According to the ''Crisis on Infinite Earths: The Compendium'', this Earth is Earth-85.
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