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Home to characters from the Arrowverse as well as Black Lightning and Lucifer with elements of Ultimate Marvel and Static Shock.

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Incorporates elements of the Earth-2 seen in The Flash with the characters of Stargirl (2020).

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Earth-3 as seen in The Flash.

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An original, gender-inverted version of the DC Universe.

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Home to characters from Supergirl and Spider-Gwen.

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Home to characters from the DC Extended Universe and Constantine (2005).

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Home to characters from Batman (1966).

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Home to characters from Wonder Woman (1975) and The Bionic Woman

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Home to characters from Danny Phantom.
    Team Phantom 

Danny Phantom/Danny Fenton

  • Trademark Favorite Food: If the dish has got hazelnuts, he loves it (later revealed to be due to a wasted wish by Vlad).
  • The Unmasking: He revealed his identity to the world during the fallout of the Snap. Now everyone knows he's Danny Phantom.

Tucker Foley

  • Hidden Depths: He gives Danny some advice about handling the nature of change, which surprises them both.
  • Parental Sexuality Squick: He's staying with the Fentons because his parents are trying to have another baby and he doesn't want to walk in on them "doing the deed"... again. He later invokes this with Jazz by talking about his parents so Jazz will stop questioning why he's sleeping in her bedroom.

Sam Manson

Jasmine "Jazz" Fenton

  • Foreign Exchange Student: She's studying in Berlin to broaden her horizons.
  • Put on a Bus: She absent for the bulk of His Hazelnut Heart due to currently being in Germany and only appears in the second epilogue.

Danielle "Dani"


Vlad Masters/Vlad Plasmius


  • Ret-Gone: Vlad tricked Desiree into granting a wish that erased her from existence. The Last Archer revealed that Desiree ended up being trapped between realities thanks to a magical fail-safe.

Giant Mountain Bluebird Ghost


Dash Baxter

  • Everyone Has Standards: He expresses disgust at the idea of actually taking someone's life.
  • Heroic Willpower: When Vlad tries to claim, while in his body, that he killed Kwan's father, Dash actually manages to fight off his overshadowing.
  • Jerk Jock: Used to bully Danny, now is jealous of his new status as a superhero.
  • The Scapegoat: Vlad planned on framing Dash for his crimes so that Danny, who had no memory of Vlad being a halfa, would blame him for everything that Vlad did.
  • Transformation of the Possessed: When Vlad overshadows him, his appearance becomes Plasmius-like. This was likely intentional on Vlad's part, since he was trying to trick Danny into thinking Dash had secretly been Plasmius all along.


  • Adaptational Angst Upgrade: His father died as a result of the Snap, having died of a stress induced heart attack during the crisis.


  • Becoming the Mask: Essentially; Mona is actually the remnants of Desiree, created with the last of her power after Vlad ordered her to erase herself, but she has become such an independent person that she openly states she doesn't consider herself Desiree any more and only has some of her memories anyway.




Home to the Batman Film Series

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As in canon, the home to a Batman who chose to kill even his 'allies'.

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Home to characters based on those of Nedor Comics.


Michaela "Mickey" Martinez/American Crusader II

  • Adaptation Name Change: Goes from Mickey Martin to Michaela "Mickey" Martinez, to reflect her changed gender and ethnicity.
  • Affirmative Action Legacy: She a Latina who takes up the superhero mantle of a white man.
  • Gender Flip: She was a guy in the original comics.
  • Legacy Character: She's become the second American Crusader after the death of the original.
  • Race Lift: She's Latina, specifically a stateside Puerto Rican. Her comic book counterpart was white.
  • Related in the Adaptation: In the original comics, Mickey and Pyroman had no relation whatsoever. Here, they're paternal cousins.

Ricardo "Dick" Martinez/Pyroman

  • Adaptation Name Change: Goes from Richard "Dick" Martin to Ricardo "Dick" Martinez, to reflect his changed ethnicity.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Mr. Eyes has turned him into his slave/enforcer using his mind control.
  • Race Lift: He's Latino, specifically a stateside Puerto Rican. His comic book counterpart was white.
  • Shock and Awe: He has electricity powers.

Black Terror

  • Ambiguously Brown: He's specifically described as being hard to pin down ethnically.

Alien Eagle


Alvin Mull/Mr. Eyes


Jacobo Martinez

Jane Peters

  • Adaptational Jerkass: In the original comics, she's a Lois Lane-esque love interest to American Crusader. Here, she's an insulting asshole, a sexist, and terrible guest to the man interviewing her.
  • Female Misogynist: She mocks the idea of a woman being the first American Crusader's successor and female superheroes in general. And don't get her started on what she thinks about transgender women.

Representative Nowakowski


Home to characters based on those of Prize Comics.


Douglas Dan/Black Owl

Jupiter, Master Magician



Doctor Frost

Denny Dunsan/Bulldog

The Green Lama


Home to characters from Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.


Stella Nicholls

Ramon Morales

  • Hero with Bad Publicity: Some of the other soldiers harass and insult him because he attempted to dodge the Vietnam War draft.
  • Ship Tease: He doesn't object to another soldier insultingly calling Stella his girlfriend for sending him letters.

Ruth Steinberg

  • Big Sister Instinct: The reason she's traveling the country with Stella is to try and find a way to bring back Chuck.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: Her scar is a sizable one on her cheek, which serves as a reminder to her of the incident with the spiders that nearly left her traumatized and committed to an asylum for life.

Roy Nicholls

  • Older Sidekick: He's essentially this to his daughter, serving as her transportation on her endeavor to find a way to. bring back Chuck and Auggie.
  • Open-Minded Parent: He's completely willing to drive. his daughter and her friend around the country.


Tommy Milner the Scarecrow/"Ebenezer"

  • Adaptational Villainy: Make no mistake, he was a horrible guy in the film, who threatened people for petty reasons and abused Ruth, but now that he's a monstrous living scarecrow, he'll gladly murder people he has no vendetta against.
  • And I Must Scream: On Earth-199999, he is rendered immobile once again due to Michael losing access to his powers there, and a suburb dwelling family puts him up next to their flower garden. One can hardly feel sorry for him.
  • Bishōnen Line: After Michael restores his mobility, his appearance changes to be a little closer to his original self. The keyword here being little. Very little. He also fully regains his ability to speak, which Harold lacked.
  • Composite Character: His being named "Ebenezer" on Earth-199999 by the Laughton family could be interpreted as him being the MCU version of the Ghost Rider villain Scarecrow.
  • The Dragon: To Michael Langdon.
  • Legacy Character: He's ironically this to Harold, his own murderer.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: He refers to Latinos as "wetbacks", and delighted in the late Chief Turner's mistreatment of them, such as the targeting of Ramon.


Home to characters from Smallville.

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Home to characters from Cartoon Network shows.

    The Powerpuff Girls 




  • Actor Allusion: Chapter 3 of "The New Kids In Townsville" has Bubbles dreaming that she's Truffles from Chowder. Both characters are voiced by Tara Strong.
  • Nice Girl: Bubbles is nothing but sweet and polite to everyone. This even include Princess, who Bubbles even compliments at one point.


  • Identity Amnesia: At the end of "The New Kids in Townsville", she has her memories erased.
  • Mythology Gag: At the end of "The New Kids In Townsville" she's taken on her Belladonna persona from FusionFall.
  • Refuse to Rescue the Disliked: After Princess insults her and her sisters one time too many, Buttercup swears to never step in to save her.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: Though she doesn't keep her sisters from stopping them, Buttercup seems to actually agree with Ace when he points out that the Gangreen Gang have barely inconvenienced Mr. Morbucks by trashing his house. It probably helps that she despises Princess.

    Townsville residents 

Professor Utonium

  • Actor Allusion: Pym notes that the Professor sounds like Tony from their world. The two are voiced by the same voice actor, Tom Kane.
  • Stepford Smiler: He was taken by Thanos' snap, and is still kind of shaken up by the experience, but tries to hide it behind his usual cheery demeanor.


    The Gangreen Gang 


  • Even Evil Has Standards: He's uncomfortable when Princess makes a xenophobic/racist comment.
  • Mythology Gag: At the end of "The New Kids In Townsville" he's seen admiring a bass guitar, a reference to his role in Gorillaz.
  • Sole Survivor: The only member of the Gangreen Gang left alive.

Lil' Arturo


Big Billy


    Other Bad Guys 

Princess Morbucks

  • Baleful Polymorph: The Brain turns her into a mouse person.
  • Hate Sink: Nobody actually likes her due to her terrible personality.
  • Little Bit Beastly: After her mouse transformation is reversed, she retains a bit of the tail still. She is not happy about it either.
  • Spoiled Brat: What she is at her core.

Mojo Jojo



Fuzzy Lumpkins

The Amoeba Boys




The Grim Reaper "Grim"


Gwen Tennyson

Julie Yamamoto

Alan Mason-Wells (formerly Albright)



Dee Dee

Johnny Bravo

Professor Paradox


The universe where Homestuck is set.

    The Humans 

Dirk Strider

Rose Lalonde

June Egbert

    The Trolls 

Candy!Gamzee Makara

Sollux Captor

Karkat Vantas

Gamzee Makara


Andrew Hussie


Spades Slick

Diamonds Droog

Jack English


A DC-based Earth where Krypton was never destroyed and the Green Lantern Corps were disbanded, with Earth's primary hero being Kristin Wells, the daughter of Jimmy Olsen, given powers by Kal-El.

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An Earth consisting of variations of Gravity Falls, Star vs. the Forces of Evil, The Owl House and Amphibia.

    The Pines Family 

Dipper Pines

Mabel Pines

    Supernatural Beings 


Emperor Belos

King Andrias Leviathan

Bill Cipher

  • Wham Line: At the end of the Earth-467 chapter of Glimpses, there is a coded message that translates to "BILL DWELLS IN THE VOID", seemingly confirming that he's still alive somewhere despite his ultimate defeat in Weirdmageddon.


Eric Brooks/Blade


The universe of the Voltron franchise, set long after the events of Voltron Force.

    The New Voltron Force 

In General:

  • Color-Coded Characters: Each one of them is associated with the color of their respective Lion; black for Swift, yellow for Kwashi, green for Moa, blue for Wei, and red for Anargul.
  • Multinational Team: Anargul is a Kazakh, Kwashi is Ghanaian, Swift and Wei are implied to be Egyptian and Chinese, respectively, and Moa is an alien.
  • Original Character
  • Two Girls to a Team: Inverted. The new team consists of three women and two men.

Mustafa "Swift" Khalifa

  • Dark and Troubled Past: His family was killed by the Shining One's cult before being put in a "reeducation camp" of their's before escaping during the Snap.


  • Rousing Speech: She gives one that convinces the others to actually accept that they have to become the new Voltron Force.

Fei Wei

  • Name Order Confusion: Preemptively averted on her part, as she clarifies that Wei is her given name when she first introduces herself.


  • Specs of Awesome: He's a pro athlete turned pilot of Voltron who is described as wearing glasses.

Moa Plel

  • Token Non-Human: She's of an unnamed alien species of humanoids who possess several bird-like features.

    Previous Voltron Pilots 



    The Shining One's Cult 

Daniel/The Shining One

  • Fallen Hero: He's gone from the pilot of the Black Lion to an evil conqueror and cult head.


  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She pretended to be a like-minded paramour to Swift so she could capture him for the cult after he escaped.


The world of That '70s Show


Home to a variation of the Squadron Supreme.

    The Squadron Supreme 

In General

Kingsley Rice/Amphibian

  • Actor Allusion: Ian Anthony Dale, who he's modeled on, was a cast member on Surface, a television series that had sea monsters in it.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: When exposed to water, his skin temporarily turns a vibrant red-orange.
  • Expy: In the Squadron Supreme tradition, he's one of Aquaman.
  • Race Lift: In the comics, he's a white redhead, but here he's of mixed East Asian (possibly Japanese given who he's modeled on) and European descent.

Arcanna Jones

  • Composite Character: In the comics, the most power magic user and Sorcerer Supreme equivalent on Earth-712 is Professor Imam, but here, Arcanna is stated to have that status. Infinity Crisis Aftermath: Mystical Conference reveals that Imam passed the mantle of Wizard Supreme to her so he can concentrate his energies on training a future successor.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: Amphibian claims that he's seen women openly question if they're heterosexual or not after laying eyes on Arcanna. In Infinity Crisis Aftermath: Mystical Conference, Fatima Taj (the Archmage of Earth-199596) is shown to be blown away by her beauty.
  • Expy: In the Squadron Supreme tradition, she's one of Zatanna.
  • Hero of Another Story: Though she doesn't appear herself, Amphibian states that she's been looking into other universes like Dr. Strange is during Glimpses, meaning she's likely having a similar experience as him. Infinity Crisis Aftermath: Mystical Conference shows her engaging in a meeting with two other universes' Sorcerer Supremes to discuss the state of the Multiverse.

Jose Gonzalez-Ledger/Doctor Spectrum

  • Adaptational Name Change: Since this version is Latino, he's renamed from Joseph Ledger to Jose Gonzalez-Ledger.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: Infinity Crisis Aftermath: Double Date implies this version of Doctor Spectrum is bisexual, as his thoughts reveal that he found both Jack and Cerina Hollister cute.
  • Expy: In the Squadron Supreme tradition, he's one of Green Lantern.
  • Race Lift: This version of Doctor Spectrum is Latino.
  • Running Gag: As a nod to Generation Gaps, he's shown enjoying Swedish meatballs.

Kyle Richmond/Nighthawk

  • Expy: In the Squadron Supreme tradition, he's one of Batman.
  • Race Lift: This version of Nighthawk is African-American as a nod to the Supreme Power incarnation of Nighthawk.

Thomas Thompson/Tom Thumb

  • Expy: He's this to the Atom (which Earth-66's Dick notices). He even has size changing powers, which most versions of Tom actually lack.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He's the Squadron's resident master of machines.
  • Race Lift: This version is a member of the Seminole tribe.
  • Sizeshifter: He can shrink and grow to unusual sizes.
  • Twofer Token Minority: He's a Seminole little person, which none of the rest of the Squadron are (judging from his comments when meeting Owlwoman, who is Cherokee).

Raleigh Lund/Shape

  • Expy: He's this to Plastic Man (which Earth-66's Dick notices), being a former criminal turned stretchy superhero.
  • Rubber Man: He can stretch his body into whatever shape he wants to.


  • Gender Flip: This version of Skymax is a woman.
  • Expy: In the Squadron Supreme tradition, she's one of the Martian Manhunter.

Zarda/Power Princess

  • Amazonian Beauty: She's tall, muscular and beautiful.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: As part of a call back to Sins, Sirens and Strife, the Earth-2011 Darcy says seeing Zarda may have turned her gay.
  • Expy: She's her world's equivalent of Wonder Woman.
  • Leotard of Power: A black one in this case.
  • Race Lift: Rather than being Greek-looking like Wonder Woman, Zarda is Samoan. While still Utopian, it's more than just aesthetically, since she wields a nifo'oti (a Samoan wooden cane-knife) and a shield that has Samoan carvings.

Wynonna McDonald/Golden Archer

  • Adaptational Heroism: Because Lady Lark reciprocates their feelings, this Golden Archer never brainwashed her into loving them.
  • Adaptation Name Change: To accommodate their Gender Flip detailed below, "Wyatt" becomes "Wynonna".
  • Adaptational Nationality: Goes from American to British.
  • Adaptational Relationship Overhaul: In the comics, Golden Archer's feelings for Lady Lark were unrequited until she was brainwashed into being obsessed with the Archer. Here though, they seem to openly be in a happy relationship.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: Sort of. Both are attracted to women, but this version of the character is sapphic due to being a woman herself.
  • Expy: She corresponds with Green Arrow.
  • Gender Flip: This Golden Archer is female, rather than male.
  • Race Lift: They're British Indian, rather than Anglo-American, though her name still resembles the original one.

Linda Ling-Lewis/Lady Lark

  • Adaptation Name Change: To reflect her Race Lift detailed below, she gains the second surname Ling.
  • Adaptational Relationship Overhaul: In the comics, Golden Archer's feelings for Lady Lark were unrequited (and she actually held a torch for Blue Eagle) until she was brainwashed into being obsessed with the Archer. Here though, they seem to openly be in a happy relationship.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: In the comics, she's only ever shown to have feelings for men
  • Alliterative Name: Linda Ling-Lewis, who goes by Lady Lark? Yeah, she definitely qualifies.
  • Decomposite Character: In the comics, Linda later became Skylark and more of a Hawkgirl/Hawkwoman stand-in. Here that role goes to Lady Eagle.
  • Expy: She corresponds with Black Canary.
  • Race Lift: Like Amphibian, she half East Asian instead of just white.

James Dore III/Blue Eagle

  • Blue Is Heroic: He's a superhero and his costume is completely blue aside from some gold highlights (which were red in the comics).
  • Color Character: Blue Eagle
  • Expy: He's the Squadron's Hawkman equivalent. His mask is even more like his, rather than the open faced helmet he wore in the comics.
  • Happily Married: He's married to Lady Eagle.
  • Race Lift: This version of Blue Eagle is Egyptian-American instead of Anglo-American.

Ciara Biniaz/Lady Eagle

  • Decomposite Character: In the comics, Lady Lark became the Hawkgirl/Hawkwoman of the Squadron after becoming Skylark (and also had feelings for Blue Eagle too). Those elements/that role is now more or less expanded into a whole new character.
  • Expy: She's a Hawkgirl/Hawkwoman stand-in.
  • Happily Married: She's married to Blue Eagle.
  • Original Character: She was created for Infinity Crisis.

Jasmine Cox/Nuke II

  • Affirmative Action Legacy: She's an African-American trans woman who has taken on the mantle of a (presumably) cisgender Caucasian man.
  • Expy: Of Firestorm. Specifically, she's the (loose) Jason Rusch to Albert Gaines' (also loose) Ronnie Raymond.
  • Legacy Character: She became the second Nuke after the original died in battle with the evil alternate Hyperion.
  • Original Character: She was created to be a second incarnation of Nuke, bringing the character more in line with their inspiration, Firestorm.

Albert Gaines/Nuke I

  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: In the comics, Albert killed himself while fighting Doctor Spectrum after having a mental breakdown due to guilt for unintentionally giving his parents (and possibly Tom) cancer. Here he went out like a hero fighting the villainous Hyperion who attacked their world.
  • Expy: Of Firestorm. In his case, he corresponds with Ronnie Raymond.
  • Posthumous Character: Chronologically, he met his end before any of his teammates were introduced.
  • Sacrificial Lamb: His unseen demise is meant to be an indicator/reminder of the threat that the alternate Hyperion poses to whatever world he reappears on.


Leslie Lim

  • Expy: She's the Etta Candy to Power Princess' Wonder Woman.
  • Original Character: She was created to give Zarda a companion who could correspond with Etta Candy.
  • Sidekick: She essentially this to Zarda.


Home to characters from The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius.

    "Team Neutron" 

Jimmy Neutron

  • Heroic BSoD: He was deeply affected by Carl turning to dust in his arms because of Thanos, and not having any way of knowing what happened. He spent months in his lab, neglecting to go on adventures with his friends, until he was able to learn the cause.
  • Official Couple: With Cindy.

Cindy Vortex

  • I Know Karate: Said word for word by her at one point.
  • Official Couple: With Jimmy, who she doesn't deny liking anymore despite still snarking at him.

Carl Wheezer

  • Angst? What Angst?: He was dusted but remains his usual self after coming back.
  • Sarcasm-Blind: While under mind control, Carl fails to obey a command of Beautiful Gorgeous' because she sarcastically said she meant Libby after he asked if she meant him (since she only called him "redhead", rather than by name).

Sheen Estevez

  • Cloudcuckoolander: He excitedly expects an adventure with giant lobsters right off the bat and Planet Sheen is apparently a silly story he made up. Then there's how he plays Jenga on top of that. Honestly, you'd think he was being his normal self when he randomly started rambling about parsnips if it weren't for the other guys succumbing to it too.
  • Official Couple: With Libby.

Libby Folfax

  • Heroic BSoD: The normally confident and sassy Libby was horrified by being dusted and cried and cried in Cindy's arms when she was returned from the Soul Gem.
  • Official Couple: With Sheen. She finds him fun to be around.
  • Slavery Is a Special Kind of Evil: While Cindy and April are also appalled by Beautiful Gorgeous and Junkman brainwashing various aliens and their allies to make them into slaves, Libby is particularly disgusted by the sight of it all.

    The Big Top Secret Organization 

Jet Fusion

Commander Baker

  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He's totally fine with Jimmy taking the Silverwing to help the Gorlocks and urges them to take the ship so Dr. Moist can't potentially steal it.


April the Gorlock

Hugh Neutron

  • Cloudcuckoolander: He wrote a rock opera about ducks for one thing. He also put his own face on mugs.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: He behaves a bit more seriously when April crash lands in front of his house, giving her a blanket and asking her who attacked her planet.


  • Hidden Depths: Sam could be a huge jerk at times in the show, but according to Jenny, he hid his poor health so nobody would be worried about it.
  • Killed Off for Real: He died before the story began, to the surprise of Cindy and Libby.
  • One Steve Limit: Averted. Sam is mentioned in a story where another Sam, a member of the Monster Buster Club, is also a character.

Bolbi Stroganovsky

  • Cloudcuckoolander: Even compared to the other examples from Earth-961, Bolbi proves to be downright bizarre; Why he assumed he was hired to be a stripper for a party at Jimmy's house is anyone's guess.



Dr. Sydney Moist

  • Unwitting Pawn: His attack on the BTSO base was all part of the larger plan of Vexus and her allies. Being the loony he is, Moist likely has no idea what's going on at all.

Beautiful Gorgeous

  • Would Hurt a Child: She's all too willing to hurt the much younger heroes affiliated with "Team Neutron".

The Junkman


Home to characters from Batman: The Brave and the Bold.

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Home to the characters from What the Golf?? and Donut County.


The Golfers


Home to characters from Code Name: S.T.E.A.M..

Henry Fleming

John Henry

Dorothy Gale


Professor Randolph Carter

Tom Sawyer

The Scarecrow

Tin Man/Nicollo "Nick" Chopper

    The Government 

President Abraham Lincoln


Home to a variation of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
    The League 

Dr. Zoe Van Helsing

Dr. Tom Jackman/Hyde

  • Driven to Suicide: The Dusting nearly drove Jackman to this before Hyde stepped in to stop him.

Sherlock Holmes

  • Arbitrary Skepticism: Still expresses doubt that Dracula was a full-on vampire, even after accepting the idea of the invaders as Martians.
  • Despair Event Horizon: After losing John and so many others during the Dusting, Sherlock spent the next few hours drugging himself into a stupor as he had no way of understanding what had just happened until the Dusting was undone.

Dr. John Watson

  • The Medic: Officially serves as this for the League.

James Bond/007

    MI 6 

Mycroft Holmes/M

Eve Monneypenny

Bill Tanner


Campion Bond

Richard Jeperson


Number One/Ernst Stavro Blofeld

  • The Ghost: He's mentioned twice by his subordinates and presumably he's the one preforming Cold-Blooded Torture on Opal but he's nowhere to be seen.

Count Dracula

Sebastian Moran

Sofia Jackman/Ms. Utterson

Mr. Hinx

Opal Koboi


Hank Morgan


Li'l Petey


Charlie Bucket

  • Noodle Incident: Charlie has apparently been to Narnia and Middle-Earth at some point in his past travels.
  • Professor Guinea Pig: Charlie apparently tested the taste of the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster by drinking it himself to see if it would make a good flavouring, and spent the next few hours so drunk that James had to keep him contained to stop his boss embarrassing himself.
  • Xanatos Speed Chess: Suggested; it appears that Charlie has managed to weaponize some of Wonka's malfunctioning recipes, such as the gum that turned Violet Beauregarde into a blueberry.

James Henry Trotter

  • Mythology Gag: Charlie Bucket's assistant just so happens to be another character from a book by Roald Dahl.

Matilda Honey

  • Canon Welding: If she was on a Marvel world, she'd apparently qualify as a mutant.
  • Dreaming of Things to Come: Matilda now appears to possess the ability of precognitive dreams.
  • Pals with Jesus: "Pals" might be stretching it a bit, but she's apparently encountered Death at least a couple times, and while he intimidates her a bit, he still offers her genuine advice.

George Kranky

James "Jimmy" Bond


Slappy the living dummy

  • The Dragon: He's in the service of some evil unknown entity that's been killing Skrulls.


Home to characters from the MonsterVerse.



King Ghidorah


Home to characters from Once Upon a Time.

Regina Mills


  • Humans Are Morons: Sums up how any version of Oz is made up of idiots due to how "a fourth-rate huckster with a hot air balloon" was able to convince the populace he was a powerful wizard with simple magic tricks.
  • Other Me Annoys Me: Doesn't get along well with Elphaba.

Emma Swan

Mary Margaret

David Nolan



  • An Ice Person: Elsa could generate ice and snow as a young kid, but had a hard time controlling her powers.




Fiona/Black Fairy

King Arthur

  • Other Me Annoys Me: Invoked in Counterpart Conferences, when Nimue observes that she's heard tales of a version of Arthur who was a true monster (Word of God confirms that this was a reference to this version of Arthur).


The universe where Lois & Clark is set.

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The universe where the Superman Film series is set.

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The universe where Super Friends is set.

See Characters- DC Earths for more info.


Home to the characters of Super Mario Bros..




Ruby "Bowsette" Koopa


Home to characters from G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero and The Transformers.
    G.I. Joe 

Conrad Hauser/Duke

General Clayton M. Abernathy

Shana O'Hara/Scarlett

Allison R. Hart-Burnett/Lady Jaye

Darshell Fairbone/Flint

Wayne R. Sneeden/Beach Head

Marvin F. Hinton/Roadblock

  • Rhymes on a Dime: Much like his '80s cartoon counterpart.
    Huntress: Wonderful, I'm going to die alongside the black commando Dr. Seuss.

Snake Eyes


Optimus Prime






Hot Rod




Cobra Commander

  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: It was mentioned he was once like his cowardly '80s cartoon counterpart, when he came back from being dusted however his personality shifted to that of his G.I. Joe Resolute counterpart.
  • Pragmatic Villain: Cobra Commander ensures that Megatron won't just blast him as an arrogant organic by retrieving the AllSpark before he makes contact with the Decepticons and putting it in a secure location that only he knows with a randomly changing password, thus giving him a bargaining tool to convince Megatron to cooperate.



Storm Shadow



  • "Not So Different" Remark: Megatron is amazed at how Cobra Commander nicely sums him up as a former low-level worker who realized the only way to "beat" the system was to tear it all down and start a new one.
  • We Have Become Complacent: Subverted. The key reason Megatron keeps Starscream around is that he figures Starscream's constant scheming is a good way for Megatron to stay on his toes.


  • "Not So Different" Remark: Megatron is forced to admit that he actually understands Starscream's constant plotting and desire to become leader since, if their positions were reversed, Megatron would be doing the exact same thing.
  • The Starscream: Well, duh.



Home to a variation of the Batman Film Series, with elements of Batman Beyond and the pre-Crisis on Infinite Earths Earth-Two.

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Home to the characters of Sonic the Hedgehog.

Sonic the Hedgehog

Tangle the Lemur

Blaze the Cat


The Earth of the DC Animated Universe.

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Home to characters of Power Rangers, currently in the time frame of Mighty Morphin.
    Mighty Morphin Power Rangers 


  • Animal Mecha: The Ninjazords are shown in full, with the Avengers being particularly bemused to witness the Rangers using them.
  • Discard and Draw: After the Mandarin and Zedd take the six active Power Coins, the Avengers are able to work with Alpha, Shuri and Doctor Strange to analyze the remaining dregs of power in the original Red, Yellow and Black Coins and the all-but-depleted Green Coin to create new powers and suits for the Rangers.
  • Kid Hero: The Avengers are shocked to learn that the Rangers are all teenagers, although this allows Spider-Man to unmask and assure them that the Avengers won't think less of them for being teens given the precedent he's set.
  • Underestimating Badassery: The Rangers basically fall victim to this when they face the Mandarin; after spending the better part of three years facing various monsters, they assumed that a human foe wouldn't be that much of a challenge and are subsequently outmaneuvered because they didn't give the fight their full focus.

Tommy Oliver/Green Ranger/White Ranger

Rocky DeSantos/Red Ranger II

  • But for Me, It Was Tuesday: The Power Rangers are nonchalant over meeting the Hulk and others. Rocky even lampshade this:
    Rocky: Dude, we fight a winged golden monkey every other day, this is nothing.

Adam Park/Black Ranger II

Aisha Campbell/Yellow Ranger II

  • Back-to-Back Badasses: Does this with Trini during the final confrontation with the villains' allied forces.

Billy Cranston/Blue Ranger

  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Billy returns to this, with Kimberly noting that he's traditionally grown out of that (and all-but-explicitly states that he's only doing it now because Trini has returned to provide her usual 'translations' for the others).

Kimberly Hart/Pink Ranger

  • Actor Allusion: Laughs at how a career placement test indicated she'd make a good police officer.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Downplayed as the Mandarin uses his rings to take control of her mind but "only" makes her give up her Power Coin, then threaten to slit her throat to force the other Rangers to do the same.
  • Valley Girl: When the crisis is over, Kim's response is to go shopping, to the point of trying to offer fashion tips to Captain Marvel and the Black Widow; Natasha muses that helping Kimberly shop is the only time she's felt legitimately exhausted.

Jason Lee Scott/Red Ranger I

  • The Bus Came Back: Returns along with Trini and Zack to help the others after the Mandarin and Zedd steal the Power Coins.

Zack Taylor/Black Ranger I

  • The Bus Came Back: Returns along with Jason and Trini to help the others after the Mandarin and Zedd steal the Power Coins.
  • Unfortunate Implications: In-Universe, Spider-Man notes the rather disturbing implications of the original Black and Yellow Rangers being African-American and Asian, which prompts Zack to admit to Trini that he'd been thinking the same thing since they became Rangers and just didn't want to bring it up.

Trini Kwan/Yellow Ranger I

  • Back-to-Back Badasses: Does this with Aisha during the final confrontation with the villains' allied forces
  • The Bus Came Back: Returns along with Jason and Zack to help the others after the Mandarin and Zedd steal the Power Coins.
  • Translator Buddy: Kimberly notes that Billy's only returning to his old habit of using big words so that Trini can do this for him, and Billy doesn't deny it.


  • OOC Is Serious Business: For the Rangers, the news that Zordon doesn't know what caused the Dusting is an example of just how terrifying it is.

Alpha 5

  • Birds of a Feather: Works with the Vision, Tony Stark, and Shuri to create temporary new suits for the Rangers.
  • Fun with Acronyms:
    Vision: Fascinating. An alphmoric lorcaid persona android.
    Kimberly: Wait, that's what his name means?

    Lord Zedd and his forces 

Lord Zedd

  • Arc Villain: Shares this role with the Mandarin in Powers and Marvels.
  • Insult Backfire: After the Mandarian takes control of Kimberly's mind and Zedd threatens to have her stab herself, Tommy starts to say, "you slime-sucking...", but Zedd dryly notes that any insult of Tommy's "I'll just be taking as a compliment."
  • OOC Is Serious Business: The Dusting is such a shock that Zedd doesn't even think about taking advantage of the fact that half of the active Power Rangers are victims of it as well, too shaken at seeing everyone else in the Palace get dusted in front of him.

Rita Repulsa

  • Bond Villain Stupidity: Incredibly, for once, she subverts this. When the Rangers are forced to give up their coins, Zedd is ready to leave but Rita openly says "how many times have we done this? We let them live, what happens? They go on some quest, get new powers, come back and kick our rear ends!" Zedd agrees and they're about to kill the Rangers when Doctor Strange transports the Rangers to safety.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: Per usual.
    Rito: Hey, sis, I think those two (Ant-Man and Wasp) were here to cause trouble!
    Rita: I am blessed with genius.


  • Self-Serving Memory: When Goldar states that he's missed his chances to destroy Jason, Jason observes that Goldar is "into rewriting history" as their one-on-ones were always fairly evenly matched once Jason had his morpher.

Rito Revolto

  • Comically Missing the Point: When the Mandarin talks about breaking the seals, Rito apparently assumes this is a reference to the animal.


  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Basically applies; Finster attempts to stop Scott and Hope's infiltration of the palace with his latest creation, but since the monster is a mix of a lobster and an ant, Scott is able to control it and turn it against everyone else in the palace while he and Hope escape.

    The New Machine Empire 

Emperor Gasket

  • Evil Overlord: Of the Gorlock home world, following his invasion.
  • Green and Mean: He's a primarily green plated robot and a murderous monster.
  • Took a Level in Badass: He's gone from Prince Gasket, who had to flee his father's wrath, to being Emperor Gasket, whose forces conquered an entire planet faster than Mondo could've dreamed thanks to the Jenny copies.
  • Unholy Matrimony: With Archerina, also Happily Married.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Child Gorlocks were not spared in his decimation of their cities.

Empress Archerina


Home to the Batman of The Dark Knight Trilogy.

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The universe where Superman Returns is set.

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The Earth of the games published by Devolver Digital.note 



The Broforce



Don Juan




At least a variation of the world depicted in What If...? (2021) "What If... Thor Were an Only Child?"

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The Earth where the events of Gotham took place.

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The home universe of Lady Deadpool.

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The world where the events of Cursed take place.




The setting of the events of Lost Girl.


  • Bad Powers, Good People: Kenzi has to spend some time assuring people that Bo isn't a villain despite the nature of her powers.






The setting of Wynonna Earp.
    Purgatory residents 

Wynonna Earp

Waverly Earp

Nicole Haught

Doc Holliday


The universe where Invader Zim is set.
    The Irkens 

The Grand Empress/Tak "E"

  • Arc Villain: For Adventures Of A Multiversal Crisis.
  • Berserk Button: Besides Zim, as ever, her old name has become one to her.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: The Tallest re-encoded her as a Table-head on the Massive. After they were stranded between dimensions and the Tallest lost, she stormed off and eventually got enough of a growth spurt somehow to become the new Tallest.
  • Good Smoking, Evil Smoking: She picked up a smoking habit during her time on Earth-1898.
  • That Man Is Dead: Refuses to be addressed by her old name, and tends to get violent if it's brought up.



  • Only Sane Man: One of the few Irkens on the Massive to point out that the Tallest flying into a Florpus hole was a bad idea, despite the programming conditioning the Irkens to obey the commands of the tallest individuals of their species.

Cryptosporidium "Crypto"

  • Alternate Self: He's the Irken version of Crypto from the Destroy All Humans! video games. He even looks more like his Furon counterpart after being affected by Charlie's blueberry gas bomb.
  • Canon Foreigner: He's not from Invader Zim nor is he a Original Character, but is in fact the main protagonist of Destroy All Humans!. Word of God states that the Furon and the Irkens are counterparts of each other whose ancestors took different paths in evolution.
  • A Father to His Men: Genuinely cared for his squad. Part of his reason for siding against Tak is that she imprisoned him and killed them after they were affected by Charlie's weaponized blueberry gas.



  • The Ghost: Mentioned several times, but is back on Earth-4074 during the events of the story the other Irkens appear in.


  • Ax-Crazy: Will brutally destroy any robot she comes across due to her trauma from the rampaging units sent to her by mistake.


Recap Kid


A universe based on various Pixar films, currently in the age of the The Incredibles and other Supers.
    The Incredibles 

Robert "Bob" Parr/Mr. Incredible

Helen Parr/Elastigirl

  • Overprotective Mom: Though she doesn't say it aloud, she's worried at the thought of Violet getting seriously involved with boys.

Violet Parr

Dashiell "Dash" Parr

John Jackson "Jack-Jack" Parr

  • Put on a Bus: He's with Edna Mode while his family goes on vacation and ends up battling Royal Pain. He's also absent when his family confronts Jack Spicer.

    Other Supers 

Lucius Best/Frozone



Evelyn Deavor/Screenslaver

  • Amnesia Missed a Spot: Rick's worldwide erasure of the "Vanishing" from everyone's memory doesn't seem to have worked properly with her...

Buddy Pine/Syndrome

    Regular humans 

Rick Dicker

  • Government Conspiracy: Rick is part of one that has somehow made everyone, including the Supers, forget "the Vanishing" ever occurred. It turns out that he's somehow acquired a Cosmic Cube.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: He knows it isn't right to work with villainous individuals like Jack Spicer and Lash, but is only doing it to keep memories of the "Vanishing" from impacting his world.

Edna Mode

Honey Best

  • The Ghost: In keeping with the films, she doesn't appear in person.


Home to the Nick Verse.



The world of Avatar, set after the events of The Legend of Korra.

    Team Avatar 


Asami Sato



    Other Characters 





Opal Beifong


Home to the world of Totally Spies!, Martin Mystery, and Monster Buster Club.

    The Monster Buster Club 


  • Canada, Eh?: The group is from their reality's version of Canada.
  • Important Haircut: While the reason isn't explained, most of the team have gained new hairstyles.
  • La Résistance: They're opposing the New Machine Empire from beneath the planet's surface.

Cathy Smith

Danny Jackson

Christopher "Chris" Dancing Light

Samantha "Sam" Paulucci


Sam Simpson

Alex Vasquez

Clover Ewing

Jerry Lewis

Marc Clark

    Beverly Hills 

Mandy Luxe

Arnold Jackson

Julia Carpenter


Home to characters from The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes! and Wolverine and the X-Men (2009).

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Home to characters from Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends.

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Home to the characters of Brightburn.

Brandon Breyer/Brightburn

  • A God Am I: Brandon expresses this belief, but is prevented from carrying it out as Clark Kent/Superman can easily hold him off in a fight.
  • Flying Brick: He has no real tactical experience and just hits people really hard when in a fight.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: He started off as a normal and kind boy but then (with a little influence from his creators) became Drunk On Power and turned murderous. Thankfully, some timely intervention on the part of The Doctor and Earth-167 Superman gets him back on a good path.
  • Normal Fish in a Tiny Pond: For all his power, Brandon is still a little kid and has no experience fighting people on his level. Hence why Earth-167 Superman was able to defeat him so easily.
  • Superman Substitute: He was explicitly intended to be this; the plan was that he would essentially 'trick' his home universe into thinking he was an alternate version of Clark Kent, and by the time the universe 'realized' he was something else, there would be no way for this Earth to stop him.
  • Tomato in the Mirror: Darker Shade reveals that he's a Skrull/Kryptonian hybrid created as part of a complex attempt from rogue Skrulls to infiltrate and destroy other worlds as an advance guard.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: Deconstructed. While Brandon is a Physical God, he has no training and no experience fighting anyone on his level, which is why Earth-167 Superman defeats him so easily.

Tori Breyer

  • Good Parents: She still loves her son more than anything and truly believes he has the potential to use his powers for a good purpose.
  • Mama Bear: After the Doctor and Earth-167 Superman give Brandon access to Clark's memories to give him incentive to reform, Tori vows to protect her son even if she's protecting him from himself.

Kyle Breyer

Sheriff Deevers

Deputy Ayers


Home to characters of Doctor Mordrid.

Anton Mordrid

  • The Archmage: On his Earth, he's its main magical defender.

Samantha Hunt


Home to characters from Pinky and the Brain, Animaniacs and Freakazoid!.

    Pinky and the Brain 


The Brain


The setting of Deadpool Pulp.

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Home to characters from Avengers Assemble.

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The setting of Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe.

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Home to characters from various PBS Kids shows, such as WordGirl and Maya & Miguel.

    WordGirl and Friends 

Becky Botsford/WordGirl

Bob/Captain Huggyface

Violet Heaslip

Todd "Scoops" Ming

    WordGirl's Foes 

Professor Steven Boxleitner/Doctor Two-Brains

Theodore "Tobey" McCallister III/The Psycho-Pirate

    Wagstaff City 

T.D. Kennelly


Home to the characters of the ''Rayman series.




The Teensies


Home to the characters of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.


Special Agent Tom Sawyer

  • Badass Normal: He might lack powers, but the rest of the League treat Sawyer as an equal.
  • Friendly Sniper: Sawyer's skill in this area is so great that he shoots Vandal Savage in the head.

Captain Nemo

Rodney Skinner

  • Invisible Streaker: As always; the Legends swiftly decide not to think about it when they realise where he got his powers.

Doctor Henry Jekyll/Mr. Edward Hyde

  • You Remind Me of X: When the Legends see Hyde, they initially mistake him for 'Doctor Banner' before they fully register the differences.

Mrs. Wilhemina Harker

  • Action Girl: Naturally, thanks to her vampiric abilities.


Professor James Moriarty/the Fantom

  • The Dreaded: Even when the League knows he's dead, the idea of his old equipment being active causes them all concern.


Home to characters from Xiaolin Showdown.
    Xiaolin Temple 

In General

  • The Ghost: They don't appear in person in the chapter that introduces their show to the multiverse.





    The Heylin 

Jack Spicer


Home to a world where Betty Brant became Spider-Girl.

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Home to characters from Stranger Things.


At least a variation of the world depicted in What If...? (2021) What if Captain Carter Were the First Avenger?

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As in canon, the universe of characters from Spider-Man: The Animated Series and X-Men, set sometime after both shows ended.

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Home to characters from Bailey School Kids (with elements of Grimm included)





  • Trauma Button: The Snap serves as this for him, as he was taken by it.



Mrs. Jeepers


Home to characters from Street Sharks.

    The Street Sharks 

In General

  • The Ghost: The Rani set them up on a wild goose chase so they wouldn't interfere with her attack on Dr. Paradigm's base. As a result, they go unseen.
  • Totally Radical: The Rani mocks the brothers' coining of the term "gene slamming".

John Bolton/Ripster

Clint Bolton/Jab

Robert Bolton, Jr./Streex

Coop Bolton/Big Slammu

    Dr. Paradigm and the Seaviates 

In General

  • Killed Off for Real: They're slaughtered by the Rani and her minions, along with some of the other foes of the Street Sharks.

Dr. Luther Paradigm

Shrimp Louie


Home to variants of characters from Turning Red, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, G.I. Joe, and Jackie Chan Adventures.

    Mei Lee and Friends 

In General

  • Adaptational Badass: While they were certainly shown to be capable in a dangerous scenario in their material, here it's taken up a notch; They're tween spies for SHIELD who face armed gangsters and mafiosos, terrorists, and even aliens from other dimensions.
  • Whole Costume Reference: They dress similarly to WOOHP agents (interestingly, a version of WOOHP apparently exists in-universe). According to the author idea for their universe even originally stemmed from a piece of fan art depicted them in such jumpsuits.

Meilin Lee

Priya Mangal

Abby Park

Miriam Mendelsohn

Tyler Nguyen-Baker


Nick Fury

Melinda May

Phil Coulson

Maria Hill


Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel


Benny Blacktooth



Finn, Ratso, and Chow


Cobra Commander

The Baroness



AKA The Demon Realm, where the Boiling Isles lie.


Home to a future version of the X-Men: Evolution characters.

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A Mirror Universe to the world of Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, where the Sailor Guardians are all villainous.

    Dark Sailor Guardians 

Dark Mercury

  • Co-Dragons: She serves as this to the Rani alongside Lash.


Home to characters from Half-Life and Portal series.


Doug Rattmann


Home to characters from Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long, and Recess.

    Team Possible 

Kimberly Ann "Kim" Possible

Ronald "Ron" Stoppable



    Other Heroes 

Jacob "Jake" Long


Haley Long, the American Dragon

    Global Justice 

Dr. Betty Director

Gretchen Grundler

Gustav "Gus" Griswald


Home to the characters of Skysurfer Strike Force.

    Skysurfer Strike Force 

Jack Hollister/Skysurfer One

  • The Leader: As in canon, Jack is the leader of the team.

Kimberley "Kim" Sakai/Sliced Ice

  • Adaptation Expansion: It's revealed in Skysurfin' Surprise that she helped develop the Skysurfers' gear and weaponry alongside Air Enforcer and Maddie Hollister.
  • An Ice Person: Not an innate superpower, but the story states like in canon, Sakai wields a sword that can freeze opponents.
  • Hot Scientist: Like in canon, she's one of the brains of the team.

Michael "Micky" Finnegan/Crazy Stunts

  • Surfer Dude: His dialogue is meant to indicate he is one, like in the canon series.

Bradley "Brad" Wright/Soar Loser

  • Atrocious Alias: It's revealed in Family Reunion that his codename was a joke by Micky that ended up sticking.
  • Berserk Button: Skysurfin' Surprise revealed that Zacariah Easel did something in Tuscon that so infuriated Soar Loser that he outright states he wants to kill the Bio-Borg.
  • Hot-Blooded: He's characterized as having a bit of a temper.

Nathan "Nate" James/Air Enforcer

  • Adaptation Expansion: It's revealed that he helped develop the Skysurfers' gear and weaponry alongside Sliced Ice and Maddie Hollister.

Selena Salazar/Hot Streak

  • Cyborg: She was transformed into a Bio-Borg by Cybron flunky Dr. Five-Eyes. The Skysurfers were unable to remove her Bio-Borg enhancements, but they were able to free her mind from the brainwashing process that was part of her transformation.
  • Kid Hero: Played with. She is the youngest of the Skysurfers at 19 years old, but she's shown to be an equal member of the team.
  • Original Character: She was created for Skysurfin' Surprise for the sake of increasing the team's ranks.
  • Playing with Fire: Her Bio-Borg enhancements give her pyrokinetic abilities.

Cerina Cyrus-Hollister/Skysurfer Two

    Other Characters 

Madeline "Maddie" Hollister

  • Adaptation Expansion: The canon series ignored Jack Hollister having a mother. Here, she is shown to have helped develop the Skysurfer technology and weapons the team used alongside Sliced Ice and Air Enforcer.
  • Missing Mom: Averted here. The canon series never explained what happened to Jack's mother.
  • The Irish Diaspora: Skysurfin' Surprise and Family Reunion establish that she is Irish.
  • Team Mom: Logically, she would be this to the team. An example of this is seen in Family Reunion when she's shown trying to fix Brad's hair after it gets messed up.

Vincent Cyrus/Cybron

  • The Ghost: He is mentioned in Skysurfin' Surprise and Double Date, but not seen.
  • Named by the Adaptation: In the canon series, his human name was never revealed. Skysurfin' Surprise gives him the name Vincent Cyrus.
  • Posthumous Character: It's been implied in Double Date that he is dead.

Zachariah Easel

  • Noodle Incident: Soar Loser implied in Skysurfin' Surprise that Easel did something horrific in Tuscon, Arizona. So horrific that Loser openly expresses a desire to kill him.

Fatima Taj

  • The Archmage: Much like Doctor Strange of Earth-199999 and Arcanna Jones of Earth-712, she is the main magical defender of her Earth. She also literally refers to herself as "The Archmage".
  • Expy: Considering her position, she's essentially her Earth's response to Doctor Strange or Arcanna Jones.
  • Original Character: She is not from the canon series.

Ben Tennyson

  • Age Lift: Ben is an adult here, as he's been living on this Earth for several years.
  • Adaptational Badass: Ben used to need his Omnitrix to change into his alien forms. But since he ended up being sent to Earth-199596, it's now an innate superpower.
  • Canon Immigrant: In a sense. Infinity Crisis Aftermath: Mystical Conference revealed he was unknowingly sent to this Earth by Professor Paradox after Paradox "erased" him from Earth-192.
  • Official Couple: He's dating Aliyah Salazar, Hot Streak's older sister.
  • Walking Spoiler: There is a reason why almost everything about this character is hidden by spoilers.

Lyle Midorikawa/Judo Beetle

  • Animal Themed Super Being: Judo Beetle. In Family Reunion, it's revealed that the name has two inspirations: Lyle's being a skilled judoka, and Alexis Skarab's Egyptian ancestry. Skarab states that she was homaging Khepri, the Egyptian god of creation and the rising sun. Khepri is sometimes depicted as having the head of a scarab beetle.
  • Dawn of an Era: Alexis Skarab hopes Judo Beetle will inspire more people to become superheroes in New Zealand. Family Reunion shows her developing a second set of Judo Beetle-style armor for her own usage.
  • Heroic Lineage: He's Kim "Sliced Ice" Sakai's cousin. Though it's played with since neither he nor Kim knew the other was a superhero until he had been operating as Judo Beetle for a year.
  • Original Character: He's not from the canon series. His hero alias and design originate from a DeviantArt post (With the artist credited in Ben2Dartmouth's notes at the end of Revelations, Resolutions), while everything else comes from the author.
  • Power Armor: He uses a technologically advanced suit of armor to fight crime. In Family Reunion, it's shown getting modified to be flight-capable.
  • Real Award, Fictional Character: He won a Bronze medal for Judo in the Olympics for New Zealand. Nate believes he should've ranked higher.
    Nate: I saw that match. You got robbed, man.

Dr. Alexis Skarab

  • Canada, Eh?: She was raised in Ottawa before moving to New Zealand.
  • Girlish Pigtails: It's her hairstyle of choice.
  • Hot Scientist: Her description paints a picture of a very cute woman and she's the creator of the Judo Beetle armor.
  • Meaningful Name: Her surname is a corruption of "scarab", which is fitting for someone who created a beetle-themed armored suit.
  • Original Character: She is not from the canon series. While her name and partial Egyptian background are loosely inspired by Marvel character Dr. Alexei Skarab (who first appeared in Supernatural Thrillers #5 (August 1973)), she's not intended to be a version of him.

Safiya Roked/Lionheart

  • Animal Themed Super Being: She goes by Lionheart, and her armor includes a helmet themed on a lion's head.
  • The Cameo: She makes a minor appearance in Family Reunion to establish that Judo Beetle is only one of many non-US-based superheroes on Earth-199596.
  • Captain Patriotic: Safiya is this for England as Lionheart. Sadly, Family Reunion established that there are some in her home country that see her as unworthy of Excalibur due to her being a Muslim, including the Prime Minister, even though it's revealed she's from London.
  • Excalibur: She became a superhero after pulling the legendary sword from out of a stone during an attack by some sort of monster.
  • Original Character: She's not from the canon series.
  • Power Armor: She's shown wearing a golden suit of armor, but it's unrevealed if it's technological, mystical, or even [[Magitek a combination of the two]] in nature.

Gemma O'Donnell/Blue Banshee

Veselin Krastev/The Skorpion

Martin Meaney/Shadow Feather

Emmett DeWitt


Home to characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Merlin (2008) with elements of the X-Men Film Series and a few characters originating from The DCU. The events from various Daniel Mullins' games have also happened here.

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Home to characters from Marvel Future Avengers.

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Home of the events of Spies in Disguise

Lance Sterling

Walter Beckett

Yonatan Haim


The Doctor Who universe
    Time Lords 

The Fugitive Doctor

The First Doctor

  • The Comically Serious: In contrast to the cheerier versions of him, he is stubborn and no-nonsense. Special mention goes to his annoyance when mentioning how his future selves coined the term Timey-Wimey Ball.
  • Grumpy Old Man: He's one of the more cynical versions of The Doctor.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: In An Avenging Christmas, the Doctor mentions that he and his companions helped Earth-712 rebuild after an attack from Hyperion.
  • Other Me Annoys Me: He's often annoyed be the antics of his future selves.
  • The Slow Path: Invoked; the First Doctor received a sample of agronite from the Squadron Supreme to help him track Hyperion, and he states that he will hide it somewhere in his TARDIS so that his future selves can use it if they find Hyperion "before" him.
  • Younger Than They Look: Downplayed since he's still around four hundred years old, but he's quick to point out he's actually the youngest version of the Doctor.

The Seventh Doctor

  • Timey-Wimey Ball: Skysurfin' Surprise is the first sign of a past Doctor investigating the Skrulls' cross-dimensional invasion, as the Seventh Doctor is investigating the matter with Ace and showing no sign that he is aware of his future self's efforts or vice-versa.

The Eighth Doctor

  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: Infinity Crisis Aftermath: Batman Family revealed that he saved Captain Carter and Steve Rogers from the destruction of their universe by the anti-matter wave.
    • His rescue of Captain Carter and Steve Rogers would be shown as a flashback in An Avenging Christmas.
    • In His Hazelnut Heart he sneaks away from the action to sabotage the Derichets' ship.
  • Timey-Wimey Ball: In Batman Family, the Eighth Doctor is shown to be aware of his seventh and thirteenth incarnations' efforts in investigating the problem, but is still taken by surprise when he meets his first and eleventh incarnations in the Batcave of Earth-1989.

The Eleventh Doctor

  • Noodle Incident: He apparently crossed paths with Doc Brown.
  • Timey-Wimey Ball: After clarifying who the two Doctors are in Avenging Christmas, Captain Peggy Carter asks if the Eleventh's presence is proof that they'll defeat the current threat, but the Eighth has to clarify that Time doesn't work like that and actually the presence of multiple incarnations reinforces how dangerous the current situation is.
    • To further reinforce the point, the Eleventh Doctor reveals to Peggy that he has no memory of traveling with her or her Steve Rogers as the Eighth Doctor.

The Thirteenth Doctor

  • Big Damn Heroes: In Distant Cousins, the Thirteenth Doctor shows up to distract Doomsday, allowing Superman to throw him into the Phantom Zone.
  • Hero of Another Story: In Salvation Run, the Thirteenth Doctor took Mia Queen back in time to help rescue her mother, takes Mia and Nora back to the future after they've restored some of their timeline, and suggests that she is tracking the people behind the Skrulls' attempts to expand into other realities. Darker Shade of Red also features the Doctor recruiting the Superman of Earth-167 (Smallville) to help deal with the threat of Brandon Breyer (Brightburn). In Distant Cousins, where the Thirteenth Doctor shows up again, it's revealed that a previous version of the Doctor has visited Earth-38 before, with Alex being at least familiar with the Doctor's reputation even if she hasn't met them directly.

The Fourteenth Doctor

The Mistress "Missy"

  • Spared by the Adaptation: Somehow survived the events of "The Doctor Falls". Of course, this being the Master, it comes as no surprise; the Doctor doesn't even bother asking as she gave up figuring the Master/Missy's survival out long ago.

The Rani


Vicki Pallister

Steven Taylor

Dorothy "Ace" Gale-McShane

Amelia "Amy" Pond-Williams

Rory Pond-Williams

Gustave Lytton






The home of the Teen Titans, who are now just past their teens and called The Titans.

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The home of characters from Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow.

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An Earth apparently identical to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, save for the fact that all male heroes are female and vice-versa.

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The setting of ParaNorman.


Norman Babcock

Neil Downe

Courtney Babcock

Elaine Babcock


An Earth without any human presence and who is not connected to any preexisting franchise, but who has a lot of icebergs on it. Of course, these are normal icebergs with nothing special on it.

    In general 

In general

Individuals from unspecified Earths

    TMNT and Allies 


  • The Leader: As usual, he is this to the rest of the Turtles.



  • Gadgeteer Genius: Since arriving in Earth-199999, he has built new gear for the team based on salvaged trash, although he notes that Stark technology in particular is far more advanced than he's used to working with.
  • Geeky Turn-On: His reaction to Stark tech is declaring himself in love. His brothers' reaction is outright This Is Gonna Suck, as they know he will try to stuff them into ugly armours.


  • Big Eater: In true Michelangelo fashion, once the introductions are out of the way, his first question for the Defenders is if they know a better pizza joint than the one the Turtles have been using so far.
  • Joke and Receive: A good description of Michelangelo's description of the Turtles' origins as he attempts to jokingly refute the idea that they have anything in common with Daredevil, only for his description to exactly describe Matt's own history.


  • Birds of a Feather: Swiftly bonds with Hudson on how the young find it easier to adapt than they do.
  • Old Master: Splinter makes such a significant impression in this role that even Jessica Jones and Frank Castle find themselves listening to him, even if they don't entirely agree with his insights.

Casey Jones

  • Catchphrase: "GOONGALA!"
  • Insult Backfire: Casey takes it as a compliment when Danny Rand observes that his combat style makes it clear that he's self-taught.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: This basically describes Casey's combat style; he isn't as technically skilled as the Turtles or the Defenders, but he makes up for it with sheer enthusiasm.

April O'Neill

  • Action Girl: She is noticeably not as well-trained as the Turtles, but she can still use a sword with above-average skill.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Mentions that she used to get captured on a weekly basis before she started training herself.

    The Foot Clan 

Oroku Saki/Shredder

  • Arc Villain: Of In Hand and Foot with the Gorgon and latter Krang.
  • Enemy Mine: Faced with Kraang having allied with the Triceratrons, he suggests an alliance with the heroes to deal with their new mutual foe.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: His only aides are Bebop and Rocksteady. That says it all.


  • Dumb Muscle: The Turtles reflect that the mutagen made him and Rocksteady more powerful but also made them more stupid.


  • Dumbass Has a Point: Despite his reported low intellect, Rocksteady was at least able to point out the challenges the Foot faced in trying to get home.

Baxter Stockman




Rat King









  • Birds of a Feather: Finds himself bonding with Splinter on how the young can more easily adapt, while being reminded that they were that age once themselves.


  • Doesn't Like Guns: To the extent that he crushes the Punisher's weapon even though Castle is (technically) on their side.


  • Gadgeteer Genius: Swiftly demonstrates this when he starts working with Donatello to try and search for dimensionally-displaced individuals based on their unique vibrations.




  • Villain Decay: Invoked as he believes he and his forces were turned into jokes and now ready to become serious warriors again.
  • Villain Team-Up: He and Hordak agree to bury the hatchet and work together to use the power of Third Earth to conquer their respective worlds before finally having it out.
  • You Have Failed Me: Sends a clear message he's no longer screwing around by frying Kobra Khan to ash after he botches kidnapping Queen Marlena. He also killed Stinkor.


  • Villain Team-Up: He and Skeletor agree to bury the hatchet and work together to use the power of Third Earth to conquer their respective worlds before finally having it out.


    Third Earth 





  • Enemy Mine: After being driven off by Skeletor and Hordak, Mumm-Ra realizes the two are so powerful (and his own forces so inept) that (as much as he hates it), his only chance is to ask the Thundercats for aid.

    The Orville crew 


  • Pop-Cultural Osmosis Failure: Majorly subverted. Ray is astonished as to how a crew from 2420 are easily quoting 20th century movies and TV shows.

Captain Ed Mercer

  • Shut Up, Hannibal!: Suggested when Teyela comes to him and starts talking about humanity's past sins in history, Mercer telling her that if this is going to be another case where aliens start citing their superiority over humanity he's not interested in hearing it.

Commander Kelly Grayson

Lieutenant Commander Bortus

  • Birds of a Feather: Bortus forms a tentative bond with Drax when Drax offers him advice about how to cope with the loss of his planet based on how Drax coped with losing his own family.
  • Not So Stoic: By Bortus' usual standards, he is visibly shaken when the Kaylon destroy Moclus, even if he manages to put it aside to focus on the evacuation.

Doctor Claire Finn

  • Robosexual: Her relationship with Isaac is acknowledged by Snart.

Lieutenant Commander John LaMarr

  • Noodle Incident: At some point, Mercer saw LaMarr basically 'lose' a fight with a stuck drawer, despite the fact that he had two arms and a screwdriver.

Lieutenant Talla Keyali


  • Defends Against Their Own Kind: As soon as Ultron exposes his new control of the Kaylon, Isaac wastes little time in speaking in defense of humanity and actually attacking other Kaylon forces to protect the Orville crew.

Lieutenant Alara Kitan

  • The Bus Came Back: When the Legends, the Guardians and the Orville crew come to Xeleya to save it from a Kaylon bomb, Alara decides to rejoin the crew as her medical issues are almost resolved and they could probably use all hands on deck.
  • Contrived Coincidence: Alara just happened to be on holiday on the islands where the Kaylons mounted their attack, and is thus in position to meet up with the Guardians, the Legends and the Orville crew who came down to stop the Kaylons deploying the bomb.

    The Kaylon 

    The Krill 
  • Enemy Mine: As in canon, they call a truce with the Union as the Kaylon will want to wipe out the Krill as well.
    Teleya: We Krill have a variation of one of your human sayings. "The enemy of my enemy may not be my friend... but it is better than having two enemies."

  • Arc Villain: Of the latter half of In Hand and Foot with Shredder.

    The Derichets 
  • Aliens Are Bastards: All of them are pretty bad guys.
  • Punny Name: Captain Phenwae's name is a homophonous corruption of "Fenway" and multiple Boston Red Sox jokes are made at his expense.

    Magical Beings 


  • Scaled Up: When she's fed up with people arguing, she shapeshifts into a dragon to bring order back. Now that's a nifty trick.




  • Noodle Incident: Officially revealed that she was still alive when she returned to Oz to help after the Dusting.



Jenny Wakeman (XJ-9)

  • Actor Allusion: Her human disguise is East Asian in appearance, no doubt a reference to Jenny's voice actress Janice Kawaye being Japanese-American.
  • Blue Is Heroic:
  • One-Woman Army: She's the primary defender of her Earth for a reason.
  • Nice Girl: She nothing but kind to Jimmy Neutron and his friends.
  • Robot Girl / Ridiculously Human Robots: She has a completely human personality and can now even disguise herself as a normal teenage girl.

Sheldon Lee/The Silver Shell

  • Color Motif: He named the Silverwing himself, and it's very likely the similarity to the Silver Shell's name was intentional.
  • Teen Genius: He completed the Silverwing, an enormous ship of Jimmy's design that the BTSO was building, within weeks of following after Jenny to Earth-961 and being recruited by Jet Fusion.

William Theodore "Will" Stronghold/Thruster

Layla Williams/Green Thumb

  • All-Loving Hero: Suggested when she heals even one of her villains (albeit just to make sure he doesn't die).
  • Expy: Like in the film, she's essentially Poison Ivy as a hero, further emphasized here by having her wear a costume similar to Ivy's.
  • Named by the Adaptation: She's given the superhero alias Green Thumb.

Warren Peace/Lion

  • Dark Is Not Evil: The costume he wears is black, dark grey, and red, but he's a hero through and through.
  • Meaningful Name: He confirms that his codename of 'Lion' is a reference to Leo Tolstoy, the author of War and Peace, as well as how lions are linked to fire in various mythologies.
  • Tsundere: He acts somewhat grumpy and rude, but is genuinely happy that Violet and Dash like his name.

Matt Garetty

Pavitr Prabhakar

Steel/John Henry Irons

  • In Spite of a Nail: Ends up on the same Earth as the Arrowverse Superman due to the Dusting rather than the Crisis.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Basically justifies his plans to attack Superman as the need to be sure that he won't follow the same path as his counterpart in Steel's original universe.

Rudy Tabootie



Wendy the Good Little Witch



  • Eviler Than Thou: Thanos actually finds himself frightened by the sheer evil of Darkseid when they meet in the Phantom Zone.
  • God of Evil: He is the god of tyranny afterall.


  • Arch-Enemy: She's Jenny's nemesis.
  • Continuity Nod: In the episode "Designing Women", Vexus acquired Jenny's schematics from Jenny's friend Sheldon in disguise to learn all her weaknesses. Here, she was able to help Gasket create an army of robot soldiers based upon Jenny to use against to conquer the Gorlocks' home planet, presumably using said schematics.
  • Evil Versus Evil: She's planning to betray Gasket, as he is with her.
  • Pride: She still has a huge ego.

Michael Langdon

  • Anti Anti Christ: Defied hard. While he holds contempt for the Devil, he's still firmly on the side of evil.
  • The Antichrist: He is this, or least one of them from the American Horror Story universe.
  • Bad Boss: He kills Tommy without a second thought to see if he'll be sent to another universe like he does, and to get a rise out of Clarence.
  • The Devil Is a Loser: On Earth-199999, he loses access to his powers and is reduced to a petty crook that's easily bested by Robbie Reyes/Ghost Rider.
  • Diabolus ex Nihilo / Noodle Incident: How did he end up naked in a field on Earth-143? Well, even he doesn't know. It turns out the AHS Devil sent him at random.
  • Dimensional Traveller: The Devil somehow made it so that he will manifest in a different world in the Multiverse every time he dies.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: The mere idea of Clarence forgiving his misdeeds and encouraging him to rise above his diabolical nature is utterly alien to him. Of course, it only makes Clarence pity him more.
  • Gorgeous Garment Generation: Well, less "gorgeous garment" and more "everyday street clothes", but yeah.
  • New Powers as the Plot Demands: He displays powers he didn't have in American Horror Story, but there is an explanation for it; Michael gains a new power set in each universe he wakes up on.
  • Outside-Context Villain: He's this to Earth-143, as he's completely unconnected to Sarah Bellows' cursed book and the monsters that came to life from the stories.
  • The Un-Favorite: The Devil has replaced him on his native Earth and is an expectedly awful "parent" to Michael, making fun of him in the form of Sister Mary Eunice, essentially telling him to make him evil "grandkids", and then tossing him into the endless multiverse to fend for himself.

Sue Tenny/Gwen Grayson/Royal Pain

Mister Grayson/Stitches

Penny Lent/Plenty O'Penny


Kang the Conqueror

  • The Chessmaster: Is tracking the various changes in the new timeline and waiting for the right moment to make his own move.

    Other Threats 


  • Bizarre Alien Biology: Graboids hunt by sensing vibration, but Shriekers and Ass-blasters rely on thermal sensors instead. They're mostly cartilaginous, so they have no bones. They use three snake-like tongues that combine Nested Mouths with Combat Tentacles to grab prey and pull it into their maws.

Cosmic Beings

Other worldly entities that are not bound to any specific Earths.

    Clarence Odbody 
  • Big Good: He's stepping up to become this to Earth-143. The results are mixed; He does save Ramon, but Michael Langdon is able to escape to another universe.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Every bit as noble as you would expect an angel to be. And fights the son of the Devil himself with little trouble. A fight Clarence would have won if Michael had been just a slight bit slower at escaping.
  • Good Cannot Comprehend Evil: Played With. He honestly regards Michael as a severely misguided "Well Done, Son!" Guy who is motivated by the desire for his father's love. When Michael makes it clear that he'd be an absolute monster regardless of dear old devil dad though, Clarence has no issue with dealing with him appropriately.
  • Nice Guy: That he just pities Michael, despite him being an unrepentant monster, is a good indicator.
    • In An Avenging Christmas, he visits Captain Carter and Steve Rogers on Earth-1989 to give them a pep talk.
  • Our Angels Are Different: He's a celestial being who appears as a ball of light, who can possess dead bodies and turn them into angelic avatars for himself to do good on Earth(s). He happily admits that the "Cosmic Realm" is weird. He can also cast limited "spells" that effect the flow of time and sense beings across the multiverse, but only so many at a time.
  • Race Lift / Younger and Hipper: To oppose Michael Langdon on Earth-143, he takes on a young Vietnamese man named Nguyen as his new physical form.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: Actually feels pity for Michael Langdon, much to the latter's surprise.

    Mar Novu/The Monitor 
  • Armor-Piercing Response: Gives one to the Watcher.
    Uatu: Worlds shall live. Worlds shall die. And the multiverse shall never be the same. Our task is to watch and monitor all.
    Mar Novu: And what good is that when there is no one left to know what we have observed?
  • For Want of a Nail: Thanos' actions caused him to reconsider his plans for Elseworlds.
  • Omniscient Morality License: Counterpart Conferences reveals that he has sent Nimue to various alternate realities to 'test' their Excaliburs and basically just expects her not to bother about why he's doing this.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: While he expects Nimue to help him in his efforts, he appreciates when she might need a break, such as after her confrontation with Morgana and the Stargirls.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Calls out the Watchers on how, despite having incredible powers, they do absolutely nothing with them except observe. He does admit, however, that they're not entirely unjustified in their concerns.

    Uatu/The Watcher 
  • All-Powerful Bystander: As usual but it's getting harder and harder to stand by this.
  • Armor-Piercing Response: Gets one, from Mar Novu.
    Uatu: Worlds shall live. Worlds shall die. And the multiverse shall never be the same. Our task is to watch and monitor all.
    Mar Novu: And what good is that when there is no one left to know what we have observed?
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Downplayed, while not antagonistic he is suspicious of the Monitor, knowing full well of his reputation.
  • The Watcher: The Trope Namer.

    American Chavez 
  • Took a Level in Badass: Unlike in canon, she debuts with some level of control of her powers, to the extent that she at least claims she can sense what worlds others came from and open portals to those realities.

    Madame Web 
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: The Peter Parker of Earth-92131 would be happy if she never showed up in his life again, despite being on good terms when she helped him find Mary Jane.

    Phantom Stranger 
  • Deus ex Machina: Like in the comics, the Phantom Stranger is practically omnipotent. To prevent him from being a story-breaker, the Stranger is often shown as a guide to others to take the necessary action to solve a crisis... or make small actions to help. This is shown in Infinity Crisis: The Inhumans, when he takes a Green Lantern ring from a dusted Corpsman and sends it into a rift that takes it to Earth-199999, hinting that Earth-199999 will need a Green Lantern.
  • Multiple-Choice Past: According to John Constantine, various stories have said the Stranger is either an angel who was exiled for refusing to take sides during Lucifer's rebellion; The Wandering Jew; the Roman Centurion who stabbed Christ on the cross and was condemned to walk the Earth until his return; a souped-up magician; a nobleman caught between Heaven and Hell; or Judas Iscariot himself paying penance.

  • Not Quite Dead: She managed to escape her death to warn Eric Brooks about the coming invasions.
  • Sole Survivor: She's the only member of the Magic High Commission left.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Unlike in the show, she somehow managed to survive the destruction of Mewni's magic.
  • Vagueness Is Coming: Makes her entrance to watch who wins when the Day of Unity and the Amphibia invasion begin.

    Infinity Stones 
  • Adaptational Badass: While the inverse was true with their film counterparts, here not only do the Stones regain some of their original comic abilities (if one gets destroyed it will inevitably reform) it seems that, unlike the Gems (which storylines such as JLA/Avengers revealed are basically powerless outside their home universe), the Stones work outside their native universe as Thanos' command was carried out throughout the entire Multiverse (even other versions of the Marvel universe).
  • Dismantled MacGuffin: In order to prevent anyone from assembling the Infinity Gauntlet again, with the crisis concluded, the heroes disperse the stones across four different universes. Vision and Doctor Strange retain 'custody' of the Mind and Time Stones while Steve Rogers gives the Space, Reality and Power Stones to Supergirl (Earth-38), the Flash (Earth-1) and Superman (Earth-51) respectively with instructions to hide them somewhere safe. Meanwhile, the Soul Stone dispersed after it was 'hacked' by the Mother Box with none of the heroes aware of its current location.
  • Expy: In Infinity Crisis Aftermath: Mystical Conference, it's revealed that versions of the Infinity Stones do exist on other Earths. Earth-712 has the Universal Gems, and Earth-199596 has the Divine Diamonds.