All timelines owe a debt to "Comments on a Finite Number of Earths" by Lou Mougin and Mark Waid, in the Official Crisis On Infinite Earths Crossover Index (via The Captain's Atlas of the Multiverse). I have also made liberal use of Mike Benton's Superhero Comics of the Golden Age, Richard Boucher's Good Guys & Gals of the Golden Age, DC's Who's Who, Michael Fleischer's The Great Superman Book and The Batman Encyclopedia, several books by Dennis Gifford, Jess Nevins' Golden Age Hero Directory, Jeff Rovin's Encyclopedia of Superheroes, and Jim Steranko's History of the Comics. Many of the Marvel profiles are from the superb Marvel Universe Appendix. I would also like to thank John Wells for his dimensional designations directory and information which appeared in Crisis on Infinite Earths: The Absolute Edition compendium, and Loki for contributing the listing from the Zenith strip, information from the Top Ten A-Z, as well as all the Adventures of Luther Arkwritght and Exiles entries.


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  • Earth-0000 ("Zero-Zero") Home base of Arkwright's bosses. An Earth where humanity is united, and works to protect the other parallels. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • An Earth-1 Timeline: Useful references are Golden Age Heroes of Earth-1 Timeline and Earth-1's heroes who were active during the Golden Age (essay) by John McDonagh and DC's Sci-Fi Future by Chaim Mattis Keller (on Earth-1 from A.D. 2030 through 2161, from Fanzing). Revealed as a distinct parallel world in The Flash #123 (September, 1961) and named in Justice League of America #21 (August, 1963). Note that according to Action #300, as Earth-1's sun changes from yellow to red, the result is a terrible drought which dries up Earth's oceans by 852,057 A.D., turning water into an artificially manufactured and precious commodity and finally forcing humanity to abandon the planet altogether; according to The Flash #146, Earth-1's sun is slated to go nova in 150,159,920 A.D. Earth-1 was also home to Gena "The Caryatid" Marconi of Precinct 1 of Terra Gamma's Neopolis, a stone giant who fought King Peacock of Precinct 10 in a gladiatorial arena on a Rome-never-fell parallel identified as Grand Central (Earth-54).

  • An Earth 2 Timeline: Revealed as a distinct parallel world in The Flash #123 (September, 1961) and named in Justice League of America #21 (August, 1963) (thanks to John Censullo for many of the original historical entries, Kurt Mitchell for his invaluable Earth-2 reviews, JSA expert Michael Kooiman, time travel expert Arthur Lortie, Wonder Woman expert Scott Nesmith, Mike Harwood for Three Sandmen info and general contentiousness, John Wells and the rest of the folks at the DC Message Boards, and the folks at the Earth_2 e-mail list).

  • Earth 2A: see Earth 2 timeline.

  • An Earth 2.5 Timeline: the Justice Guild, speculation by Rahadyan.

  • An Earth 3 Timeline: the Crime Syndicate (thanks to Kate Ryan for inspiration, Tiberius for historical details, Matthew Baugh for Holmes info, Adam Lenny Carlsville for Justice Underground and Alternate Outlaws info, and Ivan Schablotski for the graphic and Appendix info). Existence revealed in Justice League of America #29 (Aug., 1964).

  • Earth 3.1: the Crime Syndicate, slightly divergent. See Earth 3 Timeline for details.

  • Earth 3.5: On this world in which President Lex Luthor was secretly murdered by Superman in 2001, the resident heroes formed the Justice Force a couple of years ago and conquered nearly their whole world. As seen in Justice League two-part episode "A Better World". Information and designation by Lenny Carlson.

  • An Earth 4 Timeline: the Charlton heroes (thanks Ronald Byrd for the biography of Countess R.H. Von Bludd and other details, Andrew Goldstein for Frank Communale info, Rome Maynard, and to the folks at the Charlton-L e-mail list). Revealed as a distinct parallel world and named in Crisis on Infinite Earths #1.

  • An Earth 5 Timeline, a fallow Earth. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 6: A global monarchy, in which America lost its revolution, is ruled by Lady Tashana Quark and Lord Karak Volt with their daughter Princess Liana Fern. As explicated in Crisis on Infinite Earths #4.

  • Earth 7: Home of the robotic velociraptor police officer Delta "Technozoic" 2401 of Terra Gamma's Neopolis. Loki notes that this says little about this reality other than it has at least someone capable of building such a being (he is identified as having been maufactured by someone else, not some sort of mechanical evolution). Also the Earth from which Donna Troy was saved by the Anti-Monitor and turned into Dark Angel.

  • Earth 8: Earth where the new heroes would have appearead, after the first Crisis, if the Multiverse had continued; includes Breach (counterpart to Captain Atom), Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner), Huntress (Helena Bertinelli), and Firestorm (Jason Rusch); possibly also the home of the Scarab and the Seven Shadows.

  • Earth 9/The Hub: Captain England and Opal Luna Saturnyne's Dimensional Development Court. Earth-9 is a cyber-governed parallel also known as Turingville, origin world of the robotic officer Joe Pi from Terra Gamma's Neopolis. It's a world where the robots rebelled, took over, and turned the world into a democratic utopia. This highly technologically advanced reality level may also be the home of Moon Ghost, the spacebound Captain America glimpsed in the Bicentennial Battles (who is later elected President, as per Paradise X: The Heralds #3), and where "What if Nick Fury had fought World War II in outer space?" took place. First designated in Mighty World of Marvel #13. The Marvel Appendix entry on Mithras offers additional historical speculation. The information about this world's governance comes from Top Ten A-Z.

  • An Earth 10 Profile: The Justice Union of Earth in the year 2050, as depicted in Alex Ross's Mythology, submitted by Rahadyan.

  • An Earth 11 (Français) Timeline: Tintin and French comics in the DC multiverse, by John McDonagh (thanks to Jean-Marc Lofficier). Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth 12 Timeline: the Inferior 5 (thanks to Ronald Byrd, Time Trust, John McDonagh for Baitman info, John Censullo for series summaries and Crazy Ivan for Books of Magic info). It was named in The Oz-Wonderland Wars #3 (March, 1986). Also home of Mimic of The Exiles.

  • An Earth 13 Timeline: Marvel/Wildstorm, by Ivan Schablotski

  • Earth 14: Ubermensch and Fledermaus (from Batman Chronicles #14). Also supports a species of purple butterflies, in Animal Man #24.

  • Earth 15: An earth populated by stone giants. Numerical designation by John Wells from Justice League #15. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE. This world's human population gave rise to Spider of the Timebroker's Weapon X.

  • An Earth 17 Timeline: Overman & the Justice Project of America (thanks to Ross Cowin for supplying the graphics, Crazy Ivan for general assistance and naming the Justice Project, and Dark Mark for New Gods info)

  • An Earth 18 Timeline: Marvelman & Big Ben (thanks to Loki for Quality reprint assistance and adyk for historical research).

  • An Earth 19 Review: Home of a married Clark and Lois Kent, the parents of super-twins, Larry and Carole. Numerical designation by John Wells from Lois Lane #'s 19-20, 23, 60. Review by Scott Shaw from Odball Comics. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 20: An Earth without a Superman that was visited by Earth-1's Superman in an attempt at a lifestyle change. Numerical designation by John Wells from Lois Lane #20. Also the home of Metamaid, pre-op transexual superhero/heroine as depicted in Zenith. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth-23/Axis Mundi: Home of the Maximan who survived the nuclear bombing of Berlin during the Second World War, as depicted in Zenith. The Time Trapper may have used some of this Earth for raw material when he created a world for the purpose of manipulating the Legion of Super-Heroes. Its residents included a Superboy and, years later, a Supergirl and a heroic Luthor, Legion of Super-Heroes [third series] #23 (June, 1986). Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • A Pair of Earth 25 Reviews: Home of a married Superman and Lois Lane, the parents of super son, Larry. Numerical designation by John Wells from Lois Lane #'s 25, 39. Reviews by Scott Shaw from Oddball Comics. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth 26 Review: A world on which Superman married Lana Lang and bequeathed her with super-powers. Numerical designation by John Wells from Lois Lane #26. Review by Scott Shaw from Oddball Comics. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth 27 Timeline: Home of variant versions of Animal Man, Batman, and B'wana Beast and historical divergences such as Hitler's hanging for his war crimes and Edward Kennedy's drowning at Chappaquiddick (Animal Man #27-32). Designation canon as of AbsCoIE. Also home to Magnus of The Exiles.

  • Earth 32: An Earth similar to Earth-1 but with numerous variances. Among the deviations, Hal Jordan married Carol Ferris early in his Green Lantern career. Numerical designation by John Wells from Green Lantern #32. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE, although identified by some as Earth B.

  • An Earth 34 Review: An Earth where Lois Lane and Lex Luthor married and became the parents of a son who ultimately married Superman and Lana Lang's daughter. Numerical designation by John Wells from Lois Lane #'s 34, 46. Review by Scott Shaw from Oddball Comics. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 36: A world where Lana Lang left the twentieth century to marry one of Superman's descendants after the present day Superman and Lois married and became the parents of super-twins. Numerical designation by John Wells from Lois Lane #36. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 39: A world devastated by pollution and war characterized by, among others, Jonathan and (a non-super) Clark Kent. Numerical designation by John Wells from New Adventures of Superboy #39. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 40: A world on which Billy Batson became a hero named Captain Thunder (Shazam! Archives #1). Also the home of a Superboy who was raised in Metropolis and a Wonder Woman who was active during World War Two and participated in several adventures that were similar to those of Earth-2's Diana. Also an Earth which is the setting of a series of stories about Dick Grayson as Batman II, and Batman and Batwoman's son as Robin II: Batman #131 "The Second Batman and Robin Team", Batman #135 "Return of the Second Batman and Robin Team", Batman #145 'Son of the Joker", Batman #154 "Danger Strikes Four", Batman #159 "The Boyhood of Bruce Wayne, Jr.", Batman #163 "Bat-Girl - Batwoman II". First seen in Batman [first series] #32/2 and revealed as a distinct parallel world in The Kingdom #2 (February, 1999). Designation canon as of AbsCoIE, although identified by some with Earth-2A.

  • An Earth-42 Timeline, Air Fighters and other Hillman heroes by Anton Psychopoulos.

  • An Earth 43 Review: An Earth on which the Titanic never sank, and in which Superman and Luthor died in battle unbeknownst to the general public. A replacement Superman was groomed in Kandor but he eventually traded places with the Kal-El of Earth-215 (the latter's Lois Lane had been killed, leading him to propose to the Lois on this world). The names of Smallville and Metropolis are respelled as Smallvile and Metropolus. Evil counterparts of the Legion of Super-Heroes existed in the 30th century of this world's timeline. This world was eventually forcibly annexed by Earth 189. Numerical designation by John Wells from Lois Lane #43, Superboy #117, Superman #215, historical and annexation details from Warrior #3. Review of Superboy #117 by John Censullo. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 47: A world whose greatest heroine was Krypton Woman, alias Lois Lane, the last survivor of the doomed planet. Her boyfriend is Clark Kent, a mild-mannered reporter who eventually discovered her secret identity by exposing her to Red Kryptonite. Numerical designation by John Wells from Lois Lane #47. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 51: A world on which Superman married Lois Lane, Lana Lang, and Lori Lemaris, all of whom died soon after their respective weddings. Numerical designation by John Wells from Lois Lane #51. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 54: A technologically advanced Earth whose Tommy Tomorrow became the first man on Mars in 1960 ( from Real Fact #'s 6, 8, 13, 16). This reality level may be the home of the ultimate Batman as seen in Planetary/Batman: Night on Earth and possibly the oddly mundane/futuristic home of Ultra the Multi-Alien. It's also possible this history diverged from Vertigo mini-series Sebastian O. Numerical designation by John Wells. According to Top 10 A-Z, Earth-54 is Grand Central, the afore-mentioned Roman parallel, its capital city the officially recognised centre of the Omniverse; whether these two similarly designated Earths are identical has not been confirmed. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 56: An Earth in which Lucy Lane and Jimmy's son Jimmy (a rocket ship pilot) and Lois and Superman's daughter Lola (Supermaid!) want to get married but Superman won't let them, because he's afraid that it'll break Lola's heart if Jimmy, Jr. is hurt. Jimmy, Jr. creates a formula to give himself superpowers and elopes with Lola. When Superman and Lois find out, Jimmy Jr. gives Lois the serum, too. Superman reveals his secret ID to the world, now that he doesn't have to worry about Lois getting hurt anymore, but Luthor booby traps a wedding gift to Jimmy Jr. and Lola that robs Jimmy Jr. and Lois of their serum-derived powers, and if they take the serum again, they'll die! Numerical designation from Jimmy Olsen #56, information from Jakanapes.

  • Earth 57: An Earth on which bigamy is legal, where Superman is married to both Lois Lane and Lana Lang and Supergirl is married to Jimmy Olsen. Numerical designation by John Wells from Jimmy Olsen #57 and Lois Lane #57. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 61: see The Bruce (Superman) Wayne Page. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 64: A world where concert pianist Lex Luthor posed as Lexo and married Lois Lane before his death. Numerical designation by John Wells from Lois Lane #64. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 65: Brother Brit-Man, speculation by Steve Mellor.

  • Earth 66: see Earth-S Appendix; numerical designation from Captain Marvel Adventures #66.

  • Earth 72.1: An Earth where teenager Prez Rickard became President of the United States in 1972, serving two terms and dropping out of sight after he left office. Appearances: Sandman (second series) #54 and Vertigo Visions: Prez #1. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE, although identified by some as describing events which took place on Earth 12 or Dreamworld.

  • Earth 72.1: A world in which the Justice League has induced martial law and hunted down most of the remaining supervillains. As viewed in the "Destiny's Hand" arc, Justice League #72.

  • Earth 74: A world in which Jor-El, Lara and Kal all survive (Jor-El used an enlarging ray on the rocket); they emigrate to Earth and are met with trepidation from the locals. Numerical designation from Superboy #74.

  • Earth 79: A world with a non-Kryptonian Supergirl who eventually marries Superman and has a daughter, Ariella. Also notable for varient versions of Kryptonite. Numerical designation from Supergirl #79.

  • Earth 85: Home of post-Crisis stories that later fell from grace: where Batman had a child with Talia, a murderous Catwoman owned a nightclub and Captain Marvel operated out of San Francisco, among other deviations. Named by John Wells after the year the Crisis took place -- 1985. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 86: An Earth that was devastated by an atomic war in October, 1986. Its heroes included the Atomic Knights and Hercules. Numerical designation by John Wells. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 88: Robot Archie & Black Flag, see Earth 238 Appendix

  • Earth 89: A world where Lois Lane and Bruce Wayne married and had a son. Numerical designation by John Wells from Lois Lane #89. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 91: Home of a blind Lois Lane and a disfigured Superman who married and became parents of a super-daughter. Numerical designation by John Wells from Lois Lane #91. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 93: A world where Conan's counterpart is King Konar of Aquiloria, also an uncivilized man who came to rule a kingdom. He faces King Zarnoff of Ophit. They had fought for five years sporadically. This world has three suns. The Gray Wolf serves Konar. Konar's spouse is Zenoria. The Earth-616 Conan managed to drive away the D'rrgs in his visit in SSoC #93. Konar mentions that Ophit is to the south and Nemeria is to the East. King Olar rules Nemeria. Konar refers to Varaheim (obviously a reference to Vanaheim; on Earth-616 the Maha Yogi and Ulysses Bloodstone also lived in Vanaheim). Visited by the Earth-616 Conan and members of the Brotherhood of the Falcon. Page 51 of SSoC #104 shows that Crom had a counterpart on this world called Kron. Numerical designation by John McDonagh from Savage Sword of Conan #93 and #104.

  • Earth 95: A world on which Jor-El, Lara, and Kal-El sought refuge after Krypton's explosion, which they eventually abandoned for Krypton II. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superboy #95. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 96: An Earth whose metahuman population ran out of control, culminating in a catastrophic nuclear strike (Kingdom Come #1-4. Revealed as a distinct parallel world in The Kingdom #2 (February, 1999). Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 97: A world that was radically changed by Arthur Thompson~Rs emergence as the Atom during the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 (Tangent Comics/The Atom #1). Revealed as a distinct parallel world in The Kingdom #2 (February, 1999). Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 164: On a world in which Speed Force never existed, Aquaman died in 1990 while counterparts of several speedsters (besides Barry Allen who is still a police chemist and Wally West the teacher) got killed by Keystone City police force since they are criminals and Central City is destroyed not long ago. Designated by Lenny Carlson after a story began in Flash #164.

  • An Earth 116 Review: Home of a Superboy who sports an emblem whose colors are the reverse of his Earth-1 counterpart. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superboy #116, review by John Censullo. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 117: "Planet of the Capes,"visited by several members of the JLA and the LSH, and later by Jimmy Olsen of Earth-1. It featured a non-powered, living Jor-El and an otherwise nonpowered Kal-El who was a shapechanger and a master spy. On this Earth, social status is granted by the wearing of a cape; those not wearing capes are treated as slaves. Numerical designation by John Wells from Jimmy Olsen #117. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 124: An Earth where Superboy portrayed Clark Kent as a delinquent, and where Wonder Woman, Wonder Girl and Wonder Tot existed as separate entities. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superboy #124 and Wonder Woman #124. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 127: An Earth in which Bruce Wayne's parents died of an auto accident when he was an adult. Wayne later defeats a criminal named the Blue Bat (who wears a costume identical to the Earth-1 Batman's), then later adopts the uniform and the name Batman to continue battling crime. The Blue Bat's real name is not given in the story, although it is likely a counterpart to Bill Gore. Also on this Earth, Steve Trevor marries Wonder Woman, which turns out to be a nightmare when she forever abandons him to go off and fight crime or natural disaster, and, perhaps worse, she doesn't have a clue how to cook. A Superman additonally exists on this Earth. Numerical designation from Batman #127 and Wonder Woman #127. Also the Earth of 'Brother Mutant', in which Scarlet Warlock's attempts to transfer Wolverine's adamantium skeleton into Magneto resulted in a full merging of Magneto & Wolverine, and then Mesmero, Quicksilver, and the Scarlet Warlock, as seen in Exiles #s 85-86.

  • An Earth 128 Review: An Earth in which Barry Allen operated as the Flash sans mask, and had his identity eventually made public. Review by Steve Chung, with commentary by Craig Shutt.

  • Earth 132: An Earth in which Krypton doesn't explode and is protected first by Futuro then by Kal-El as Superman. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superman #132. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 134: An Earth which was abandoned by Superboy on the day of his debut when red kryptonite temporarily turned him into a villain. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superboy #134. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 136: see The Bruce (Superman) Wayne Page. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 137: A"backworld" where the laws of science do not apply, and magic holds sway instead, a reality inhabited by mythological beings. It is the home of Smax who resides in the city of Neopolis on Terra Gamma. Numerical designation from Top Ten A-Z.

  • Earth 146: A world where Earth-1's Superman prevented the sinking of Atlantis and helped evacuate Krypton's citizens to Earth among other feats. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superman #146. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 148 (Ee'rath): A world characterized by heroic counterparts of Clayface, Luthor, and Mirror Master and villainous versions of Batman, Flash, Superman and Wonder Woman. A unique quality of this planet's Paradise Island causes visitors from other parallel worlds to revert to childhood for the duration of their stay there. Existence revealed in World's Finest #148. Also seen in Flash [first series] #174, Super Friends #23 and Wonder Woman [first series] #175. This world was eventually reconfigured by the sorcerer Necrom, despite opposition by an unnamed Captain Britain counterpart whose Excalibur consists of himself, Thor, Black Knight and Spiderman (all deceased), from Excalibur #42, 45-46. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth 149 Review: An Earth in which Lex Luthor purportedly reforms as part of a scheme which results in Superman's death. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superman #149, review by Steve Chung. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 151: An Earth in which Batman is unmasked and must find a new ID, from Batman #151.

  • Earth 153: An Earth whose Bruce Wayne was (wrongly) convinced that Superboy had murdered his father, became Batman solely as a cover so that he could plot revenge against Superman and eventually teamed up with Luthor, who eventually kills him. Numerical designation by John Wells from World's Finest #153. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 154: Home of a married Clark Kent & Lois Lane and Bruce Wayne & Kathy Kane and their heroic sons. Numerical designation by John Wells from World's Finest #'s 154, 157. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE. Alexander Luthor, Jr., in his attempt to create the "perfect Earth", combines this Earth with Earth-462. Shortly thereafter he decides this is an unsuitable world and destroys it.

  • An Earth 159 Review: An Earth that was destroyed in an explosion. Its sole survivor, Lois Lane, was rocketed to Krypton where she became the heroine Supermaid. In the end a strange ray transfers Lois's powers to Kal-El and he becomes Superman on Kypton while she is left an ordinary mortal. Numerical designation by John Wells from Lois Lane #159, review by Thomas P. Williams. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 160: In this universe, Bizarro #1 is the greatest hero, Lois Lane owned LaneCorps, Lex Luthor has been murdered (a couple of times!), Jimmy Olsen is Gravedigger Lad and Superman is an Arkham Asylum prisoner who escaped to see a world ruled by 5th Dimensional magic powers of Emperor Joker. Numerical designation by Nathanial Parkson from Superman (II) #160.

  • Earth 162: A utopian Earth whose miracles came courtesy of an experiment that split Superman into two beings, Superman-Red and Superman-Blue, each with superior intelligence. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superman #162. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 166: A world whose Superman was the father of twins, Kal-El II and Jor-El II, one with powers and one without, who become the new Nightwing II and Flamebird II in Kandor. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superman #166. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 167: see The Bruce (Superman) Wayne Page. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 170: A world where Lex Luthor traveled to Krypton's past in an unsuccessful attempt to prevent Jor-El and Lara from marrying (Superman [first series] #170). Designation canon as of AbsCoIE, although identified by some with Earth 1 or Earth E.

  • Earth 172: A world where Bruce Wayne was adopted by the Kents and became Clark's brother, soon joining him as the crimefighting team of Superboy and Batboy, later emigrating to Gotham where Clark Kent becomes employed at The Gotham Gazette. As Batman, Wayne eventually relocates to the Legion of Super-Heroes' 30th century. Numerical designation by John Wells from World's Finest #172. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE. Also home of Wolverine of Timebroker's Weapon X.

  • Earth 174 (Mirror): see Earth 3 Appendix.

  • Earth 175: Home of Clark and Lex (Luthor) Kent, adopted sons of Jonathan and Martha Kent. As adults, Lex dies saving Superman's life, while Pete Ross becomes evil and marries Lana Lang. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superman #175. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 178: Home of a Superman who lost his powers and adopted the costumed identity of The Nova. Numerical designation by John Wells from World's Finest #178. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 181: Home of Daredevil of Timebroker's Weapon X.

  • An Earth 183 Review: An Earth on which Kal-El was raised by apes and where he ultimately became known as Karkan the Mighty (Superboy [first series] #183, 188; [third series] 61-62, 64). Revealed as a distinct parallel world in Superboy[third series] #61 (April, 1999). Review by John L. Censullo. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 184: A world whose Robin was caretaker for a mentally impaired Batman and a blind Superman. Numerical designation by John Wells from World's Finest #184. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 192.1: A world where Lois Lane died, survived by her husband, Clark Kent, and son, Clark, Jr. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superman #192. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 192.2: An Earth in which Krypton had exploded a generation earlier, and in which both Jor-El and Lara wind up on Earth, and Lara became Superwoman. They did eventually discover their origin, and that despite their original fears they were not brother and sister. From Superman Family #'s 192-193.

  • An Earth 200 Review: Home of Kal-El and his brother Knor-El, inhabitents of a Kryptonopolis that survived Krypton's explosion thanks to Brainiac's having bottled it instead of Kandor. Eventually they come to Earth and Knor-El ends up as Superman of Metropolis, aka Ken Clarkson, while Kal-El ends up as Hyperman of Montreal, aka Charles LeBlanc. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superman #200. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 215: A world where a married Superman and Lois Lane became parents of daughter, Laney. After Lois' death, Superman and Laney moved to Earth-43, where he married that world's Lois while its Superman moved to Earth-215. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superman #215. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 216: See Earth E Timeline. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 224: Home of a married Superman and Lois Lane, whose infant son was temporarily transformed into a super-genius. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superman #224. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 230: Home of Zenith, Mandala, etc from the Zenith story by Grant Morrison. Also home of a Kryptonian Luthor, who became Superman on Earth and fought the villainous Clark Kent (Superman [first series] #230-231). Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth 231 Review: A world in which Jor-El, driven mad by the death of Lara, destroyed Krypton himself, and escaped in a spacecraft with his son Lex-El (who had lost his hair as a result of a lab accident). On Earth, they adopted the identities of Dr. Jordan Luthor and his son, Lex, who grew up to be Superman. His arch enemy was Clark Kent, son of notorious gangsters Jonathan and Martha Kent. Review by Steve Chung, additional comments from Bob Buethe and Brad W.

  • An Earth 238 Timeline: Captain UK (thanks to Loki, John McDonagh, Nigel Lowrey and to Paul Eke for Marvel UK information, Daniel Fish for Excalibur/Crosstime help, and to adyk for tons of UK character comic chronology help). First appeared in Marvel Super-Heroes (UK)#377.

  • Earth 253: Home of The Proctectorate: Citydweller, Nightfighter (whose cerebral cortex and nervous system were replaced by an interlocking chain of microscopic supercomputers), Professor X (Nate Xavier), Technocrat, Thor, White Bird, and Nicola Zeitgeist. They worked from their sub-space headquarters, the Foldcastle, and over the course of their adventures they stopped alien invasions, ended hunger, and rebuilt time. Destroyed by Qabiri. From X-Man #71, 72.

  • Earth 257: Home of the religious Christian superhero Hotspur, as depicted in Zenith.

  • Earth 265: A world whose population evolved from cetaceans. Numerical designation by John Wells from Flash #265. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 267: An Earth where Storm and Colossus joined the Avengers. However, a counterpart of Kang the Conqueror caused this world to erupt into nuclear war. (This Kang was killed by the other Kangs for his incompetence.) Numerical designation by John McDonagh after Avengers #267.

  • Earth 270: A world whose Steve Trevor vanished while testing a jet and landed on Earth-1. On this world, Superman retired and aged like any other old person. Superwoman then takes over his career while Jimmy Olsen is Daily Planet's editor married to Lucy Lane, Lex Luthor is Metropolis' wealthy mayor, Kandor enlarged and placed on an unknown planet and Bizarro became an aged prisoner after abandoned his world. Numerical designation and information by Lenny Carlson from Action #270 and by John Wells from Wonder Woman #270. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 275: An alternate Earth in which Supergirl was raised by Jor-El and Lara (before Krypton's explosion) and Jonathan and Martha Kent instead of Superman. This world's Lex Luthor is good who secretly knows of Supergirl's identity along with Bob Benson and Supergirl has a pet Squawky the Super-Parrot instead of Krypto or Streaky, as seen in Action Comics #275. Information and designation by Lenny Carlson.

  • Earth 276: See Earth T Timeline. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 295.1: An Earth whose futuristic society was destroyed in a "great disaster" that gave human intelligence and dominance to mutated animals. First appearance in Kamandi#1 (October-November, 1972) and revealed as a distinct parallel world in Superman [first series] #295 (January, 1976). Designation canon as of AbsCoIE, although identified by some as an alternate future Earth 1.

  • Earth 295.2 : On a world in which Charles Xavier died before the X-Men is formed, Magneto uses Xavier's Dreams to formed a mutant team to save an already-devastated world before being conquered by Apocalypse. This world is also home to X-Man (Nathan Summers), Sugar Man, Holocaust and Dark Beast whom they all later crossover to Earth-616 after their world is destroyed. Designated by Lenny Carlson, debuted in X-Men: Alpha #1.

  • Earth 300: A world on which Kal-El arrived in 1976, eventually becoming known as Skyboy and Superman (Superman [first series] #300). Also home of Vertex, the goodie two-shoes counterpart of Zenith. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 300.6: An Earth whose Superboy gave up space and time travel following the death of his foster parents. Numerical designation by John Wells from Legion of Super-Heroes #300. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth-303: No superhumans native to it, but there are dinsosaurs in modern day Australia. People fight them for sport using high-tech weapons in gladiatorial-style arena. As depicted in Zenith.

  • Earth 305: Captain Angleterre, speculation by Jean-Marc Lofficier

  • An Earth 313 Profile: An Earth nearly destroyed by nuclear bomb disposed of to save Annwyn; Albion, Gawain, and Breeze James traveled there from Earth 616 to help rebuild it. First appeared in Knights of Pendragon II#9. Profile from the Marvel Universe Appendix.

  • An Earth 327 Review: An Earth in which Superman has aged and retired, Jor-El II is his successor, and Kal-El II is his impish grandson . Numerical designation by John Wells from Action #327, review by Steve Chung.

  • An Earth 332 Review: Home of Superwoman and Superboy, who arrived here in the reverse order of Earth-1's Superman and Supergirl. Numerical designation by John Wells from Action #332, review by Steve Chung. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 334: the home of sentient dinosaurs, as exemplified by two T-Rex cops who cover for the officers of Neopolis' Tenth Precinct on their annual families day. From Top Ten: Beyond the Farthest Precinct #1, contributed by Loki.

  • An Earth 349 Profile: gender-switched characters, largely as developed in fanfic, by Anton Psychopoulos.

  • Earth 353: see The Bruce (Superman) Wayne Page. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 355: A world whose Black Panther counterpart wore an artrociously bad costume, and whose Captain America wore a costume with no mouth-hole. Numerical designation by John McDonagh from Avengers I#355.

  • Earth 371: Home of Gambit of Timebroker's Weapon X.

  • Earth-374: A world where Dane Whitman was mutated into an Eternal due to his connection with Sersi. Also home of Ute the Watcher. Numerical designation by John McDonagh from Avengers #374-375.

  • Earth 377: A magic-based Earth, whose populace included an alternate Terra Man. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superman #377. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 383: A "negative world" where, "when a person dies on our Earth, his negative double on their world becomes a normal, positive being ... unseen by the negative people and mourned by them as dead." Supergirl's appearance here caused her counterpart to blip out of existence only to return after she left. Otherwise identical to Earth-1. Numerical designation by John Wells from Adventure #383. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 387: A parallel world where everything happens just as it does on Earth-One, but the people all look like werewolves. In the story, the Supergirls of each world drink serums that (depending on the Earth) transform them into either human or werewolf form. When the two heroines meet, Superman suggests they can return to normal by each drinking the other's serum. Thus, Earth-One's now-lupine Supergirl drinks the serum that turned her counterpart into a human. Numerical designation by John Wells from Adventure #387. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth 391 Review: A world on which Superman and Batman each fathered heroic sons and on which Superman, Jr. eventually succeeded his father. Numerical designation by John Wells from Action #391. Review by Steve Chung. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 395: See Elseworlds Timeline. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth 396 Review: A world where Superman lost his powers to become a wheelchair-bound panhandler. Review by Steve Chung.

  • Earth-398 / Earth-Morgan Conquest: On a Marvel universe altered from Morgan Le Fay's effects, the Age of Camelot still happened and the age of its Marvels began when Steve Rogers became Yeoman America. This is a world in which many Marvel heroes are inspired by Camelot knights. Designated by Lenny Carlson, as seen in Avengers (III) #2-3, profile from the Marvel Universe Appendix.

  • An Earth 399 Timeline: A world on which Superman died and was replaced twice by clones, both of whom were also killed in battle. The histories of Abraham Lincoln, George Armstrong Custer, and George Washington were also varient. Numerical designation by John Wells from Action #399 (thanks to Steve Chung for his review of Action Comics #399, "Superman, You're Dead... Dead...Dead!", which is quoted liberally). Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 404: An Earth whose Superboy lost his powers at the age of sixteen during a battle with Luthor. As adults, Clark Kent and Lana Lang were married. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superman #404. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth 410 Review: An Earth in which Hercules and Samson traveled from their past eras to romance Lois Lane and Lana Lang, as seen in Action #279. Later the home of a widowed Superman, whose wife, Krysalla, left him with a son, Krys. Numerical designation by John Wells from Action #410. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth 411 Profile: metafictional heroes in the DC multiverse (Thanks to Bob Buethe for Dazzler info, Paul Gibney and to John McDonagh for many of the other entries)

  • An Earth 417 Review: An Earth whose Superman was raised on Mars before relocating as an adult. Numerical designation by John Wells from Superman #417. Review by Marc Miyake, commentary by Steve Chung. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 423: An Earth whose Superman fought a final battle with his greatest foes and vanished from public view. First appearance in Superman [first series] #423. Also seen in Action #583. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 451: just one small part of the jigsaw, a gas station on the highway of the omniverse. Captain Babylon, aka Arthur Moldsley, residing at 7, The Braddocks, North Croydon, was a hack comics writer for the International Publishing Conglomerate, who gained his powers when he cut his finger on a staple from an irradiated Jamaican holiday magazine -- and became the hip man of power, Captain Babylon. Fighting street crime, Captain Babylon rarely came across any major menace. His powers were so insignificant even The Fury left him alone. He barely survived the 12th Captains Reunion Dinner, when many Captain Britain alternates were killed by the arrival of the drunk Captain Wales, actually a whale in his alter ego and in superhero form. Numerical designation and bio by John Freeman. This may also be the Earth in which Luke Cage found the hammer of Thor.

  • Earth 462: An Earth which supports TV versions of Cathy Lee Crosby's Wonder Woman and Debra Winger's Wonder Girl. This reality level may be the home of the 'Adam West' Batman as seen in Planetary/Batman: Night on Earth. Alexander Luthor, Jr., in his attempt to create the "perfect Earth", combines this Earth with Earth-154. Shortly thereafter he decides this is an unsuitable world and destroys it.

  • Earth 483: Authority, Stormwatch, Planetary.

  • Earth 494: See Elseworlds Timeline. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth-520: Home of an alternate Logan and Weapon X, as used in Exiles #85.

  • Earth 523: Home of Captain Albion.

  • Earth 552: An alternate reality in which Galactus cures worlds afflicted with genocidal blight. From Exiles #87-88.

  • Earth 554: The Earth-1 Superman's destruction of the ancient temple, created by aliens in prehistoric times, creates an alternate timeline in which humans have no violent tendencies and are easily conquered by the aliens. In response, two children (Jerry and Joe) imagine Superman coming into existence to defend them--and he does. Text by DarkMark, numerical designation from Action Comics #554. Note: in contrast to Earth-5, a much more different world resulted from the divergence: people mostly just farmed, with a low level of technology.

  • Earth 594: An Earth with a limited number of superhumans, frequently raided by members of The Fraternity, as designated in the series Wanted. Loki points out that, though inconclusive, this might be taken to suggest the Fraternity's home reality is either Earth-600 or Earth-588.

  • An Earth 597 Timeline: Hauptmann Englande and Lightning Squad, as well as other "Hitler Wins" Earths, by John McDonagh.

  • Earth-598: Strasbourg, Alsace, is levelled by an earthquake on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • An Earth 612 Timeline: the Silver Age via Vertigo, by Ivan Schablotski

  • An Earth 616 Timeline: the Marvel heroes prior to Fantastic Four #1, by Robert Wicks.

  • Earth 653: Home of Mesmero of Timebroker's Weapon X

  • Earth 666: see Earth 238 Appendix

  • Earth 702: In a world where Thomas Wayne survived instead of Bruce Wayne and Jor-El went to Earth instead of his son who'll become Superman, JLA (Or Justice League of Gotham) who is more bewildered, lost but also grittier. All the while Mongul has come to Earth holding a small Middle East nation in his grip and heading a terror network. [JLA: Destiny #1-4] Listing supplied by Nathanial Parkson.

  • Earth-703: On this world, Superman died as an infant due to Kryptonite poisoning while being founded by the Kents and a Batman counterpart who got shot by a mugger that supposed to kill his parents. Designated by Lenny Carlson, as seen in Action Comics #703 and Detective Comics #678.

  • Earth 714: home of Angel of Timebroker's Weapon X

  • Earth 741: Captain Empire

  • An Earth 744 Profile: Captain Airstrip-One.

  • An Earth 794 Profile: Kaptain Briton and Opul Lun Sat-Yr-Nin's Empire of True Briton, from the Marvel Universe Appendix.

  • Earth 839: Captain UK, late of Earth 238, is reassigned here by Roma after having liberated the inhabitants of Earth 794 from Sat-Yr-Nin's tyrannical rule.

  • Earth 873: Home of the Hulk of Timebroker's Weapon X

  • An Earth 886 Timeline: The home of the theatrical incarnations of Marvel's heroes as shown in comic book adaptions, by John McDonagh. Numerical designation by John McDonagh after the month and date -- August, 1986 -- that Howard the Duck had its theatrical release. (thanks to Lenny Carlson for Marvel Super Special adaptions)

  • Earth 892: Home of a Doctor Doom who managed to conquer the world, defeat the Mandarin, and marry Storm. Merged with Earth-616 in The Chaos Engine Trilogy: Book 1 by Steven A. Roman. Named in The Chaos Engine Trilogy Book 2 on page 171 by Steven A. Roman.

  • Earth 898: A world where a genetically-altered Jimmy Olsen threatened Earth's entire metahuman population until the hero destined to be known as Superman rose up to stop him (The Nail #1-3). Revealed as a distinct parallel world in The Kingdom #2 (February, 1999). Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 901: A world that's home to a Batman named Wayne Williams and a Superman named Saldan, among many others. Numerical designation by John Wells from publication date of first installment of Just Imagine Stan Lee creating the DC Universe. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth 919 Timeline: in Homage, DC at Marvel.

  • Earth 920: Captain Commonwealth

  • Earth 982: An alternate Marvel Universe in which Peter Parker and Mary Jane eventually raised their daughter in the late nineties. This world is home to Marvel heroes who began 15-20 years in the future. Heroes such as Spider-Girl, A-Next and Wild Thing have adventures published under MC-2 Imprint.

  • Earth 988: see Earth-1278 Appendix. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 992: An Earth populated by less dark incarnations of the heroes of the present-day DC universe. Numerical designation by John Wells after the month and date -- September, 1992 -- that Batman: The Animated Series went on the air.

  • Earth-997: A world visited by Earth-992 Lois Lane. On this world, Superman and Lex Luthor worked together as Metropolis dictators as seen in Superman Episode "Brave New Metropolis." Information and designation by Lenny Carlson.

  • Earth 998: An America ruled by the Red Queen/Madelyne Pryor from a floating city. First appearances Excalibur I#13?, X-Man #63,68(named).

  • Earth 1001: see Earth-1278 Appendix.

  • Earth 1098: A world whose preeminent costumed champions are Supergirl and Batgirl, members of a Justice Society that also included Ambush Bug, Barda, Interceptor, Revenant, Vectron and others. Numerical designation by John Wells, from the publication date of Elseworld's Finest. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 1099: see Earth 3 Appendix.

  • An Earth-1101.1 Profile: On a world in which John Lennon is alive and Curly Fine of Three Stooges is a New York mayor, Ben Grimm was sent to discern the location of the Ultimate Nullifier from Human Torch, the planet was attacked by Galactus, who began his assault in Russia. This world is home to Challengers of Doom (Dr. Doom, Hulk, Mr. Fantastic and Invisible Girl). Designated by Lenny Carlson, as seen in Fantastic Four (III) #47, profile from the Marvel Appendix.

  • An Earth-1101.2 Profile : On a world in which WWII never happened and technology isn't invented, Five for the Future (Doc Fantastic, Mr. Feral, Mr. Fixit, Mr. "Mist" Nelson and Mr. Strange) were formed and Doc Fantastic himself was sent to obtain the location of the Ultimate Nullifer in place of this world's Johnny Storm, who had died passing info on to Susan Storm. Designated by Lenny Carlson, as seen in Fantastic Four (III) #47, profile from the Marvel Comics Appendix.

  • Earth-1161: A world altered with the shared technologies of Mr. Fantastic and Iron Man. This is a world with New York City (amongst others) rebuilt as city of tomorrow. Designated by Lenny Carlson, as seen in Fantastic Four: Big Town #1-4.

  • Earth 1189: An Earth where superhuman wars escalated, many people died and the major cities are in ruins. The local counterpart to Meggan took over as Captain Britain after Brian Braddock was killed. From Excalibur #15.

  • Earth 1191: Home of a Batman who was transformed into a vampire by Dracula. First appearance in Batman & Dracula: Red Rain(November, 1991). Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 1193: Captain Marshall, long deceased as of Excalibur #12.

  • Earth 1198: Part of a universe where the infant Kal-El was raised on Apokolips before rebelling during Darkseid's occupation of Earth (Superman: The Dark Side #1-3). Revealed as a distinct parallel world in The Kingdom #2 (February, 1999). Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 1212: Formerly the only male fan of the Bay City Rollers, Arthur Collingsworth got a job in the music industry as a runner, attending to the often bizarre needs of early 1980s rock groups. One day he was electrocuted in a bizarre accident at a press conference involving a spoon and half an orange. He instantly became Captain Sycophant, able to butter up even the worst of his enemies (especially the ones with bad breath and stubble) with flowery compliments that turned them from a life of crime and made them realise they did have a valuable contribution to make to society as honest citizens. Numerical designation (as in Whitehall 1212, the old number of Number 10 many years ago) and bio by John Freeman.

  • An Earth 1278 Timeline: The home of the theatrical incarnations of DC's heroes as shown in comic book adaptions, by Douglas Ethington. Numerical designation by John Wells after the month and date -- December, 1978 -- that Superman The Movie had its theatrical release.

  • Earth 1287: A world in a group of distant aliens devastated Earth on the start of 21st century. This world is home to Strikeforce: Morituri, a group of superheroes who gained superpowers which causes them to have a short lifespan. As seen in Strikeforce: Morituri #1-31. Information and designation by Lenny Carlson. Also the home of Maverick of Timebroker's Weapon X and a counterpart of Nick Fury.

  • Earth 1289.1: A world that has humanoid dragons and a race of pirate people resembling Nightcrawler. Kymri, a pirate princess, and a humanoid version of Lockheed jointly take on the mantle of Captain Britain. From Excalibur #16-17.

  • Earth 1289.2: An Earth where Batman and Robin fought the Riddler on their first formal case and where Harvey "Two Face" Dent was ultimately rehabilitated. First seen in Comics Review # 41. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth 1602 Profile: In which the whole Marvel Universe is starting to occur 500 years early: from the Marvel Universe Appendix.

  • Earth 1610: The Ultimates, and other heroes from the Ultimate Marvel's line.

  • Earth-1617: A world diverged from Scarlet Centurion's appearance the same time Hulk quit as Avengers member. On this world, Hulk remained as Avengers member and caused the Avengers to defeat every known superhero and supervillain during their early adventures. As seen in Avengers Annual #2 and What If #29. Information and designation by Lenny Carlson.

  • Earth 1629: Home of Doctor Henry P. Stanton and his secretary Helene. Stanton was recruited by Merlyn to serve as a doctor on Otherworld shortly after the events of the Jasper's Warp incident (John McDonagh presumes he means the Earth-238 Jasper's Warp.) Described on pages 46- 48 of The Chaos Engine Trilogy: Book 2 by Steven A. Roman.

  • Earth 1812: Home of Captain Granbretan, in which Napoleon defeated Russia and eventually overran Britain, as depicted in NapolŽon et la conqute du monde (from the Uchronia site) and Earth-Napoleon Wins (from the Marvel Appendix).

  • Earth 1863: See Elseworlds Timeline. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 1880: Home of a teenage James Howlett, as seen in Exiles #85.

  • Earth 1889: See Elseworlds Timeline. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 1890: See Elseworlds Timeline. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth 1914 Timeline: Marvel and faux-Marvel comicbook continuum that favors Soviet, rather than Western, heroes. Home of Comrade Bolshevik and the Freedom Collective.

  • An Earth 1917 Timeline: DC and faux-DC comicbook continuum that favors Soviet, rather than Western, heroes. Home of Superman: Red Son and Roskol. Also the home of Colossus of Timebroker's Weapon X.

  • Earth 1927: Home of the clockwork city of Metropolis where the Super-Man once fought Lutor and Bruss Wayne-Son took the alias of the Nosferatu. As seen in Superman's Metropolis, Batman: Nosferatu, and Wonder Woman: Blue Angel. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth 1938: An Earth whose Superman sacrificed his life at the dawn of his career to save his adoptive planet from Martian invaders (Superman: War of the Worlds), from the year of Orson Welles' infamous radio broadcast. Revealed as a distinct parallel world in The Kingdom #2 (February, 1999). Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth 1956 Profile: Flash (Barry Allen) became paralyzed after saving the life of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas. Before that, he helped America and USSR unite as allies, turned the Bay of Pigs fiasco into a success, aided special forces in Vietnam by pushing Communist insurgents back into China causing Vietnam War to never happen, and saved the world from destructive energy generated by the briefly adventuring Ms. Flash. [Flashpoint #1-3, Five Star Super-Hero Spectacular] Designated as Earth-1956 (after the year Silver Age Flash debuted) by Nathanial Parkson.

  • An Earth 1958 Timeline: A world in which the O-Men (counterparts of Earth-616's defunct 1958 team the Avengers, which comprised Marvel Boy, Venus, 3D-Man, Gorilla Man, and Human Robot) battle to protect their world against a Skrull invasion, by Lenny Carlson.

  • An Earth 1961 Profile: A world in which Fantastic Four began their adventures in 1961. This is a world in which Marvel superheroes began their careers the time they debuted in comics. As seen in Fantastic Four 1998 Annual. Information and designation by Lenny Carlson, profile from the Marvel Appendix.

  • Earth 1963: the Tomorrow Syndicate, Mystery Incorporated.

  • An Earth 1975 Timeline: the Atleas/Seaboard heroes, by Lenny Carlson with assistance from John McDonagh.

  • Earth 1976: A world on which Kal-El arrived in 1976, eventually becoming known as Skyboy and then as Superman. Designated Earth 300 by John Wells from Superman #300.

  • An Earth 1977 Timeline: from Superfolks by Robert Myers, designation and timeline by John McDonagh.

  • An Earth 1983 Timeline: Captain America revived in 1983, from What If V1#44 by John McDonagh.

  • Earth 2020: Home of a Superman whose son and grandson -- Jorel and Kalel Kent -- carried on his heroic legacy. As seen in Superman [first series] #354-355, 357, 361, 364, 368, 372. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE. Also an Earth in which Iron Man (Anthony Stark) started a World War before being drafted into Weapon X; later returned home by Exiles, sans armor, and surrendered (as seen in Exiles #13).

  • Earth 2122: On the world where Charles Xavier started his school of gifted students in Britain instead of America. He trained his X-Men to become agents of the empire. Home of Crusader X as appeared in Excalibur #21-22 and Excalibur : Sword of Power #2-4. Giant-Size Fantastic Four #2 did a story where Willy Lumpkin accidentally time travelled to 1777 and caused George Washington to be captured, leading to the British winning the War For Independence. Since Earth-2122's history has it that the Founding Fathers (including Tony Stark's ancestor) lost the War For Independance, this may be the divergent factor. Information and designation by Lenny Carlson, divergence information from John McDonagh, who also notes that Sliders did a world hinging around the failure of the War For Independance.

  • Earth 2189: Home of Namora of the Exiles.

  • Earth 2375 Northampton is nuked by the Royal Japanese Airforce on 16th October 1984 in this reality. Albion surrenders.From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 2600 - Home of a David Richards who was the subject of an assassination attempt by the Exiles and the Weapon X-Exiles.

  • Earth 2604 Assassinated of Indian Prime Minister Indira Ghandi causes outbreak of civil war on 2nd October 1984 in this reality.From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 2881 Emperor T'Sianchi of China is assassinated during Communist military coup on 2nd October 1984 in this reality.From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 2896 Military coup in Uganda starts civil war on 29th September 1984 in this reality. On 3rd October Rhodesia is invaded by Ugandan and Zambian forces. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 3000: An Earth where King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table were reincarnated in the 31st Century. Numerical designation by John Wells from Camelot 3000 #'s 1-12.

  • Earth-3022 One of the worlds which suffered a Second World War against the Nazis. Luther Arkwright's home reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 3031: Home of counterparts of Cable, Domino, and Grizzly; as well as Kane of Timebroker's Weapon X.

  • Earth 3470: Home of Sasquatch (Heather McDaniel Hudson) of the Exiles.

  • Earth 3691: The Tomorrow Syndicate of Earth-1963 traveled to the Earth of the Tomorrow Gang and battled their counterparts Ahriman (Horus), Hiroshiman (N-Man), Orbiteer (Hypernaut), USSR (USA), Imp & She-Imp (Infra-Man & Infra-Girl). This Earth is also notable as the team has their headquarters in a Mount Rushmore which commemorates America's greatest villains (Al Capone, John Wilkes Booth, Benedict Arnold, Billy the Kid). The superhero team Mystery Incorporated also has its counterparts in Malice Incorporated.

  • Earth 3632: A polytechnic fashion student, his sense of style destroyed by exposure to 1980s pop, becomes Captain Bad Costume. But he more than makes up for this with his super strength and kickass clown shoes that can drop a villain at twenty meters. Sadly, neither of these powers saved him from being crushed by Captain Wales at the 12th Captains Reunion Dinner. Numerical designation and bio by John Freeman.

  • Earth 3752: Monster Planet; home of the Science Squad.

  • Earth 3839 (Generations). Numerical designation by John Wells. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth-3856 (a.k.a. Parallel 00.38.56, or Parallel zero-zero-three-eight-five-six") A Britain still gripped by Victoriana, still having a surviving British Empire. Queen Victoria III is in power, suffragette's campaign in the 1980s for women to have the right to vote. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 3913: A world where Captain Britain killed a policeman. Home of UK stories which are incompatible with mainstream continuity (including one of the Nightraven counterparts). This might also be the Earth of the Apeslayer strip?

  • Earth-3921 Arkwright fought a duel here. This is the reality where they made the Armstrong-Sidley "Royal Albert" Vibro Beamer, the most devastating hand weapon ever devised. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 4023: Home of the evil Weapon X Hyperion.

  • Earth-4055 Insanity rate in Britain soars on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 4210: Home of Magik of the Exiles.

  • Earth-4243 World War Three breaks out on 16th October 1984 in this reality, causing nuclear holocaust. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 4400: Earth where the Exiles battled Hyperion-led Weapon X.

  • Earth 4732: Home of Ms. Marvel of Timebroker's Weapon X.

  • Earth 4872: In an oddly intellectually developed Skrull Empire, scientists created the World Ripper, a powerful weapon. So, Merlyn manipulated that Earth's Marv-Ell to infiltrate the holding facility for the World Ripper. During Marv-Ell's battle with the Skrulls, the World Ripper went off. The World Ripper destabized the barriers of Earth-4872, sucking parts of Earth-4871 and 4873 into a vacuum. So, Merlyn destroyed Earth-4872 to save many lives. He spent the next twenty years in a deep depression. From Chaos Engine Book 2 by Steve Roman, information supplied by John McDonagh.

  • Earth-5080 Terrorist nuclear device set off in London on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 5211: Home of the Albert & Elsie Dee who were taken by the Timebroker to fight Brother Mutant.

  • Earth-5356 The Statue of Stalin in Moscow weeps blood on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-5540 Mass demonic possession in Salt Lake City on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-5619 Shah of Iran was assassinated on 29th September 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-6017 Argentina decales war on Chile and civil war breaks out in El Salvador on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 6200: A whale by day, a whale with super powers by night, Captain Wales fights whalers on this alternate Earth, but was corrupted by power and turned to drinking ALCOHOLISED PLANKTON in near-impossible quantities. Just how he was even able to read his invite to the 12th Captains Reunion Dinner we will never know, but 457 alternate Captains still rue the day he turned up. Well, those that survived, anyway.

  • Earth-6465 Storm of giant hailstones in Brussels on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-6675 Hurricane sweeps Cornwall, England, turning it into a disaster area on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-7287 Occupies a fairly central position in multiverse, so disturbances there will be echoed in hundreds of parallels. England is ruled by the Puritans, under the descendants of Oliver Cromwell. The rival Russian and Prussian Empires effectively rule Europe between them. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-7311 Mass B.V.M. sighting at Lourdes, France on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-7314 Four Oil Rigs mysteriously disappear from the North Sea on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-7475: In which Guardian (James Hudson) is PM of Canda and married to Aurora. In the summer of 1990, Doctor Doom, the Kingpin, and others overthrew the USSR and usurped the Eastern Bloc, which became the Eastern Alliance. Using the Soviet nuclear arsenal as a threat, they forced the Western governments to tame all metahumans. In 1992, Reed Richards became US president. Captain Britain runs the common market, all of Western Europe and North Africa. Sue Richards, Nightcrawler, the Falcon, the Wasp, and Daredevil died on special missions. From Alpha Flight #74, entry by John McDonagh.

  • Earth-8133 Mass U.F.O. sighting at Belfast protest march on 29th September 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-8155 Violent sunspot activity is monitored from Greenwich, England on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 8158: Home of a visiting Z'Nox dignitary. Described on page 48 of The Chaos Engine Trilogy: Book 2 by Steven A. Roman.

  • Earth 8162: Counterparts of Doctor Who (Marvel UK), Death's Head, Big Shot.

  • Earth-8459 Religious sect in Guyana commit mass suicide on 29th September 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-8855 Dublin is covered by a swarm of ants on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 8903: His origins shrouded in mystery, Captain Ethnic Stereotype arrived in Britain as a mild-mannered Doctor from the Middle East, on the run from the Butcher of Baghdad. Gifted with a Mystic Passport he was vilified for his ability to pass through walls and eat bread from the plates of other people without so much as a by your leave. In reality he had no money -- it was stolen by a treacherous ship's captain who shipped him and 45 other asylum seekers into the UK -- and lived in a house that wasn't fit for a dog (the dog moved out). But since he was black, the truth was never told. In a bitter twist of irony he died of pneumonia because he didn't have the right to see a doctor, it having been stripped from all immigrants on Earth 8903 by order of the Home Office. Numerical designation and bio by John Freeman.

  • Earth-8951 Squadron of Lockheed Starfighters simultaneously lose control and crash into Geneva, killing 382 on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-9802 U.F.O. sighting epidemic in New Zealand on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 10101: Home of the Vision of Timebroker's Weapon X.

  • Earth-10288 Thames floods London, turning it into disaster area on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-10677 World War Three breaks out, leading to nuclear holocaust on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-10891 World War Two declared on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 11190: see Earth 1278 Appendix.

  • Earth 11890: see Earth 1278 Appendix.

  • Earth-11423 Charterists seize power in London following military coup on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-11581 Russia's "T'Sar Wars" orbital defence system develops fault and shoots down three U.S. passenger airliners on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-11621 Two hundred and fifty members of Orange County John Birch Society experience terminal oculogyric crisis on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-11860 Statue of BVM in Armagh, Ireland, emits beams of light on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-12209 QEII collides with iceberg in North Atlantic on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-12223 Argentinian Imperial Airship Belgrano crashes on Port Galtieri, Malvinas on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-12348 Reverand Ian Paisley is killed in a mass bombing spate in Belfast on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-12388 Mass riots in Algiers trigger urban collapse on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-12667 The Rhine Valley in Germany is swept by wave of violent poltergeist activity on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-12817 U.S.A. and China both declare war on Russia on 3rd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-13269 Violent tremors in the San Andreas fault rock North America on 29th September 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-13639 Mount Helka in Iceland erupts on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-13640 Mount St. Helens in Washington erupts on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-13641 Castle Rock in Edinburgh, Scotland erupts on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-14222 World War Three breaks out on 16th October 1984 in this reality, causing nuclear holocaust. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-14223 World War Three breaks out on 16th October 1984 in this reality, causing nuclear holocaust. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 148611: This world is home to superheroes published under Marvel's New Universe imprint. This is a world similar to Earth-Prime prior to the White Light Event of 1986 which transformed several humans into paranomals instead of heroes. It also has several different events like Pittsburgh destroyed few years later and later started World War III.

  • Earth-15120 San Diego, U.S.A. is overrun by Mexican bandit hordes on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-15224 An outbreak of spontaneous human combustions in London kills 728 on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-15310 Channel Tunnel collapses on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-15542 Mount Helka in Iceland erupts on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-15803 The Black Death sweeps across Europe as of 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-15857 David Bowie assassinated in Zurich at televised concert on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-16885 Anarchist attack in Paris causes Eiffel Tower to collapse on 29th September 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-171-3 (Earth-17103?) Spontaneous human combustion outbreak in Leningrad kills 630 on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-17806 Tremors in Italy sink Venice on 3rd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-17923 Riots at a Fascist rally in London cause 27 deaths on 29th September 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-18214 Swiss Alps suffer serious landslides on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-18816 In London, German occupying forces adopt a "shoot on sight" policy on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-19783 U.S.S.R. invades Western Europe, with tanks reaching Paris on 3rd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-21069 World War One declared on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-21073 Outbreak of spontaneous human combustion on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-21750 Khan the Merciful Emperor of the World is assassinated in Mongolia on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-21764 President Nixon is assassinated in Washington on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-21769 President Nixon is assassinated in Washington on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-21858 In the Normandy Channel a tanker containing toxic waste is struck by lightning and spills its cargo on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-23194 "Speaking in tongues" outbreak in New York on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 23238: The High Lord Justicer (Captain Britain) reigns over a Britain more technologically advanced than Earth-616's, in which superhumans have been banned. His subordinates, the Justicers, as represented by Justicer Bull, are counterparts of the Judges of Mega City One, as seen in Excalibur #23. Designation by Lenny Carlson.

  • Earth-23672 Egypt invades Israel, and the U.S.A. steps in on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 23895: Home of Storm of Timebroker's Weapon X.
  • Earth-24342 Acid rain downpour in Munich kills thousands on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-25321 40% of kittens born in New York on 16th October 1984 in this reality have two heads. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-27371 Prime Minister Thorpe is assassinated in London on 29th September 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-27910 Earth is a radioactive wasteland by 1984. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-28124 Italian tremors herald the eruption of both Mount Etna and Stromboli on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-28161 A facsimile of the Bayeux Tapestry held in Reading, England, spontaneously combusts on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-28195 In Nottingham, England, Governor K'ang Hsi declares independence from China on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-28582 Spectral battle seen over Agincourt Field, France on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-28905 Washington suffers a plague of locusts on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-29267 A killer flu epidemic in Australia on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-30267 Humberside Bridge, Yorkshire, England, collapses in unnaturally high winds on 2nd October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-35583 World War Three breaks out on 16th October 1984 in this reality, causing a nuclear holocaust. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-35951 Solar flares steralize the Earth on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-45932 Massive fluctuations in Earth's magnetic field causes widespread destruction on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-48011 Emperor Teotihuacan of South America is assassinated on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-48803 James XXI of Scotland declares war on Afghanistan on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 51391: see Earth 1278 Appendix.

  • Earth 52091: see Earth 1278 Appendix.

  • Earth-52833 Rome invades Gaul on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • An Earth 89947 Timeline: Enforcer Capone. Information from John McDonagh, designation and timeline by Lenny Carlson.

  • Earth 93031: On a world visited by Earth-992 Superman, survivors Jor-El and Lara rebuilt their city as space station and has Kal-El and Kara Zor-El as members of Kryptonian invasion force who set out to invade their adopted world in which its Superman disappeared one year earlier, as seen in Superman Adventures #30-31. Information and designation by Lenny Carlson, revised following Marvel Appendix entry.

  • An Earth 99476 Profile: aka Dinoworld, from the Marvel Universe Appendix.

  • Earth-102387 Mass demonic possessions in Rome on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-102856 Britain suffers Poll Tax riots and Premier Currie is assassinated on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-102948 World War Three breaks out on 12th October 1984 in this reality, causing a nuclear holocaust. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-102990 In the Arabian Gulf a Persian Airship is shot down by a New World Battlecruiser on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-103062 Tidal waves sink American 6th Fleet at Hawaii on 12th October 1984 in this reality.From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 105709: In What If II#9, they did a story about an alternate earth where the new X-Men died on their first mission (based on Giant-Size X-Men #1). This Earth was also seen in Quasar #6 (published the same month in January 1990). In Quasar #6, the Living Laster of Earth-616 jumped into that Earth. In Quasar #30, we discovered that he met his counterpart on that Earth-and that this Earth was called by the Watcher Earth 105709. Information courtesy of John McDonagh.

  • Earth-105712 Persian space shuttle explodes on take-off on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-109732 London suffers a rain of frogs lasting two hours on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth 112001: On a world where Tony Stark never became Iron Man (instead it was Jim Rhodes who became Iron Man as Tony's bodyguard before changing to War Machine). The whole world doesn't know anything about S.H.I.E.L.D and its War Machine army. This world is where Iron Man, War Machine and Captain America are the only heroes to be seen. As seen in US War Machine #1-12 and War Machine 2.0. Information and designation by Lenny Carlson.

  • Earth-200916 In Port Au Prince, Babydoc spontaneously melts on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-201478 Emperor Wilhelm X of Mexico assassinated in bloody coup on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-201532 Ozone Layer collapses, triggering the Hothouse Effect on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-201813 Thirty-two heads of state die in a terrorist attack on Geneva on 16th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-203811 In Amritsar the Golden Temple is blown up by extremist Hindu suicide squad. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-209072 Earthquakes level Tokyo on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • Earth-209174 Korea is invaded by French Indochina on 12th October 1984 in this reality. From Adventures of Luther Arkwright

  • An Earth A Timeline: the Lawless League of America, by Nathanial Parkson, edited by Mikel Midnight

  • A Partial Earth B Chronology by Douglas Ethington (in progress)

  • An Earth C Timeline: Captain Carrot and the Zoo Crew (thanks to Ronald Byrd, Steven Rowe, Crazy Ivan for inspiration and info on the Young Justice 80-Page Giant, Time Trust who has practically written the timeline for me once I set it up, Adam Lenny Carlsville for the Wizard and Mighty Mouse information, and the rest of the folks at the Oddball Message Board)

  • Earth C-Minus: the Justa Lotta Animals, see Earth C Appendix.

  • Earth C-Plus: Hoppy the Marvel Bunny, see Earth C Appendix. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth D: the Justice Alliance of America.

  • An Earth E Timeline: the Super-Sons (thanks to Nathanial Parson, John McDonagh, and DarkMark).

  • Earth G: a primitive reality which is the home of Gnarrk of the Teen Titans, and which also hosts Kal-El the Duke of the Galaxies, Fledor the Knight of the Bat, Tara Terruna (Wonder Woman), Velos the Lord of the Lightning (Flash), Hydron the Aquaman, J'onn Q'atar, Lanthorn (Green Lantern), Marv-El (Captain Marvel, Kal's magic-loving step-brother), Cerebella (Lillith), Jupiterus (Mr. Jupiter), Thane of the Bow & Trueshot (Green Arrow & Speedy) as explicated in Wonder Woman #59, Teen Titans #32 and JLA: Barbarians [unpublished].

  • Earth I: An Earth created by Despero populated by insect life-forms. Numerical designation by John Wells from Justice League #26. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth K Timeline: the amazing heroes of Kavalier & Clay (thanks to Michael Chabon for original material)

  • Earth M: An Earth created by Despero populated by aquatic life-forms. Numerical designation by John Wells from Justice League #26. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • Earth Moebius - An Earth in which Galactus and Silver Surfer enter Earth, but without the existance of superheroes. This Earth becomes mired in religion when they declare them messiahs. As seen in Silver Surfer: Parable #1-2, from the Marvel Universe Appendix.

  • Earth Mutant-X: The President of the United States is an evil, non-powered Reed Richards. Most of the X-Men on Earth-616 are villains here (ex: Storm is a vampire called Bloodstorm). As explicated in Mutant X #1.

  • Earth R: An Earth created by Despero populated by reptilian life-forms. Numerical designation by John Wells from Justice League #26. Designation canon as of AbsCoIE.

  • An Earth S Timeline: the power of Shazam (thanks to Geoffrey Tolle, John Censullo for the Isis history, Shazamgrrl (particularly the John Freeman entry) and the folks at the Captain Marvel Message Board)

  • An Earth T Timeline: home of the Captain Marvel counterpart Captain Thunder (Willie Fawcett), from Superman #276, as well as other divergent Fawcett heroes. Review by Steve Chung.

  • Earth U1: An Earth-Amalgam Chronology by Ivan Schablotski is a richly detailed job of piecing together a disorganised continuity. Designated Earth 496 by John Wells

  • Earth U1: An Amalgam Universe Profile from the Marvel Universe Appendix.

  • Earth U2: Spitfire and the Blackhawks, Infinite Kickers Inc.

  • An Earth X Timeline: the Freedom Fighters, a noncanonical view (thanks to Time Trust and Dan Thompson for historical notes)

  • Another Earth X Timeline: the divergent factor, by Dan Thompson

  • An Earth-Alternate Profile: Reed Richards as The Thing, from the Marvel Universe Appendix

  • Earth-Elizabeth I Executed: as depicted in Avengers West Coast #53, from the Marvel Universe Appendix

  • Earth-Fantastic Four: Alternate Powers: as depicted in What If #6, from the Marvel Appendix.

  • An Earth-Forever Yesterday Profile: the Sphinx-created United States of Assyria, from the Marvel Universe Appendix

  • An Earth-Fragmented America Profile, from the Marvel Universe Appendix.

  • Earth-Galactus Devoured - as depicted in Marvel Two-In-One #50, from the Marvel Universe Appendix.

  • Earth-Hydro Man's Bomb Kills Three Avengers - as depicted in Avengers West Coast #59, from the Marvel Universe Appendix.

  • Earth-Kennedy Not Killed By Oswald - as depicted in Avengers West Coast #60, from the Marvel Universe Appendix.

  • Earth-Larvel: Home of Spider-Ham, see Earth C Appendix.

  • Earth-Lincoln Not Killed By Booth - as depicted in Avengers West Coast #55, from the Marvel Universe Appendix.

  • Earth-Mirror: A world that is the mirror reverse (including printed matter) of other Earths; events happen precisely the same way as on Earth-One, but with a 24-hour delay. The good guys are still good guys (in this case, Tommy Tomorrow) unlike Earth-148 and the only real distinction is the reversed lettering. Profile by John Wells, from Action #238.

  • An Earth-Prime Timeline: Ultraa and Superboy, by John McDonagh

  • An Earth-Roma Timeline: The home of Centurion Britannus, by John McDonagh.

  • An Earth-Shadowline Profile, from the Marvel Universe Appendix.

  • An Eurth Profile: The home of the Avataars, from the Marvel Universe Appendix.

  • An Elseworlds Timeline: that was the year that wasn't, by Crazy Ivan and Mikel Midnight, with assistance by Nathanial Parkson.

  • An Angor Timeline: the Justifiers/Assemblers.

  • Alan Moore's Awesome Universe Timeline

  • Duckworld: Home of Howard the Duck, see Earth C Appendix.

  • A Dreamworld Timeline: Sunshine Superman & the Love Syndicate of Dreamworld (thanks to Ross Cowin for supplying the graphics, Crazy Ivan for general assistance and several scans, Clinton Pearce for naming "psychotropic vision", DarkMark for Wonder Woman info, David Simpson for the Batwings scan, and Stephen Mellor for the Brother Brit-Man speculation)

  • Funnyland: Home of Captain Marvel Bunny, see Earth C Appendix.

  • An Other-Earth History: the Squadron Supreme by Kory Schaubhut.

  • Other-Earth: The Squadron Supreme FAQ Page includes a bibliography and chronology.

  • Princess Paragon (& Associates) Timeline - from What They Did To Princess Paragon by Rob Rodi.

  • Terra 94: Home of a married Lois Lane and Superman and their infant son. Numerical designation by John Wells from Lois Lane #94, 96.

  • A Terra 272 Profile: Marvel Maid and Marvel Man, by DarkMark

  • A Terra Gamma Timeline: the ABC heroes, by Lenny Carlson, edited by Mikel Midnight. (thanks to Steve Replogle for most of the Tom Strong entries, Jess Nevins for the historical Tom Strong info and Mark Parkinson for additional info)

  • A Terra Obscura Timeline: the Better/Standard/Nedor/Thrilling/Pines Magazine Group heroes (thanks to Lenny Carlson, Mark S. Halegua, Bill Nolan and Karfan)

  • See the Terra Gamma or the Terra Obscura Timeline Appendix for further listings.


    Other Timelines

  • A Compleat Alternative Sexuality History Timeline
  • Atlantis: actual timeline is very brief, but a useful summary of historical information.
  • A Cerebus Timeline by Alexx Kay
  • Cool French Comics Timeline by Jean-Marc Lofficier
  • DarkMark's Comics Indexing Domain - excellent Silver Age resource, DM is also the best fanfic writer on the web.
  • The French Wold Newton Universe Timeline by Jean-Marc Lofficier
  • The Rock & Roll History of the World by Loki Carbis
  • Watchmen Annotations: Character Guide and Timeline by Ralf Hildebrandt (designated Earth 1959 by John Wells)


    Other Multiversal Links

  • The Alternate History Homepage
  • The Alternaverse Message Board
  • Alternatime - a collection of historical timelines on the web
  • Angor: in Homage, Marvel at DC (the Assemblers/Justifiers)
  • Bruce (Superman) Wayne - brief profiles of four smooshed-hero Earths.
  • DC Timeline Constructors - e-mail list and bulletin board
  • Else-Aquaman - Aquaman in Other Universes
  • Edgar Governo, Historian of Things That Never Were - annotated list of fictional timelines on the web.
  • Elseworlds.net - comprehensive Elseworlds website
  • The Elseworlds/What If Message Board
  • Fanzing #15 - Elseworlds issue of DC webzine
  • Guide to the Omniverse and the Captain (Britain) Corps
  • King Kong Palace (Tarzan/Mandrake Elseworlds)
  • Les Elseworlds du Batman (French-language site on alternate Batmans)
  • Alternate Kurt Wagners
  • Alternate Robins
  • The Squadron Supreme - Spenser's page
  • The Squadron Supreme, Other-Earth's Mightiest Heroes - Paulo Costa's page
  • The Quarter Bin: Superheroes in the Age of Agnew (Squadron Supreme)
  • The Quarter Bin: The Libertarian Message of Squadron Supreme
  • Superman's Imaginary Costumes
  • Temporal Paradoxes in Science Fiction - short essay by Eduardo Torres on the different brands of paradoxes.
  • The Wonder Woman Pages - Elseworlds
  • Uchronia - annotated bibliography of novels, stories, essays and other material involving alternate histories
  • Yahoo! Clubs: DC Elseworlds
  • The Empire of the Nine, Lord of the Trees & The Mad Goblin, and The Stalker in the Dark - info on Philip Jose Farmer's trilogy of books featuring Doc Caliban and Lord Grandrith




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