Which Earth's would you like to see DC expand upon besides Earth 0-2, which we've seen some of already, and why?
DC has a shitton of opportunities with some of these Worlds like the 7 Unknown Worlds and the ones that seem to have all original characters. Not to mention the properties they use being a WB company.
Like, Earth 15? Hanna Barbera Heroes universe. Most of them didn't even liver on Earth, plus you can focus on all cosmic stories.
Earth 26? The Looney Tunes and the goofy Hanna Barbera characters live there.
Earth 32? There's a gate to Hypertime hidden somewhere on the planet.
Have any of us actually spitballed ideas for the 7 Unknown Worlds?
So wait, let me get this straight since I don't read DC, these are all the earths in the multiverse? There isn't a fuckton of different earths each one with a difference? Just curious.
If Toonami is canon then are TOM and Sarah canon?
Are the shows featured on Toonami Canon?
>DC Mangaverse when?
I actually legit hope that is one of the 7 mysterious worldscreated by the Monitor Magi, as cringy as it would probably end up being. With UFO Hero SUPAHMAN, piloted by young Clark Kentô, Bishoujo Amazon Diana, and Dark Rider BATOMAN.
Yeah, they probably are.
I bet there's a way to connect Toonami back to things like CN City or those bumps where the cartoon characters all work in an office building and make fucking everyone canon.
I've said this a couple times but I want a Captain Marvel that's a parody of Garo.
Earth 19, and the Justice League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
I've got a pass, I'll help you out OP.
You do? I can feel it in my bones. I feel like I have a shot now.
>6 - I don't know
>7 - Ultimate Marvel
>8 - Marvel
>9 - ?
>10 - /pol/
>11 - rule 34
>12 - Batman Beyond
>13 - Vert13o
>15 - The world Superboy Prime buttfucked in Countdown to Final Crisis
>16 - My Super Sweet (Earth) 16
>17 - Pre crisis Earth 86
Thanks friend. I'm not as well versed in DC continuity as I'd like to be.
>20 - Society of Superheroes, 30's/40's pulp
>21 - New Frontier
>21 - Kingdom Come
>23 - Obama's (Justice League of) America
>26 - Captain Carrot and the Zoo Crew
>29 - Bizzaro
>30 - Red Sun
All of the ones other than Batman are pre-existing black equivalencies of the characters that already exist on Earth-0.
I think they said there wasn't a suitable character to replace Bruce with.
>31 - Waterworld
>32 - Darkest Knight
oops. 34 does KINDA work as well, but you're right
>33 - IRL
9 is Tangent, where all the superheroes have their names switched around.
Harvey Dent is Black religious Superman. Atom is Earth's Premiere superhero.
Wonder Woman is a space gladiator. Batman is an immortal ghost in a knight's armor.
>34 - Busiek pastiche
>35 -Liefeld pastiche
36 - big bang / Image
>37 - Chaykin-verse
>38 - actual continuity
>39 - T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents
>40 - 'evil' binary compliment of Earth-20
>41 - Image
>42 - chibi-verse
>43 - Vampire-verse
>44 - robo JL
>45 - corporate superman robot
>47 - Prez
>48 - Warworld
>50 - Justice Lords
I hope you're joking
>51 - Kirby earth
Are you fucking retarded?
It's literally everything good about Watchmen condensed into a single issue. They way that Captain Atom gives the audience a quicke metaphor for how his (and Dr.Manhattan's) powers work is fantasitc, specially when you realize that
the story is being told from his point of view, just like Dr. Manhattan's chapter. That's why the story goes back and forth on a in media res fashion, Captain Atom is looking over the events that happend like someone reads a comic, flipping the fages back and forth to get a better understanding of the story.
That's a large part of what makes it interesting to me. I wish Morrison had time to flesh it out a little more and hammer home that it's not just "the black earth." Show that Diana's just another Amazon there. Hal is John's backup because the ring found John first. Maybe have Ryan Choi as the Atom there and Jaime Reyes as Blue Beetle.
Nope. It's a universe where all the characters invented in the 90s grew up to be pampered, affluent adults after the last generation of superheroes cleaned up most of the world's problems.
I will never understand why they decided to add Bloodwynd to this roster.
I will also never why DC decided that having Martian Manhunter find an old amullet made by a blood pact of slaves seeking revange on their master, gaining new powers from it, taking up a new identity as a mysterious black guy (for no reason) and not telling anybody he had become said black guy (again FOR LIETRALLY NO REASON) was a good idea.
They're all robotic servants of the Gentry.
At least they later established the real Bloodwynd later on. Though I'm reminded of Amazing Man.
>Black, superstrong character established in the early 90s
>somehow has always existed in Earth-2, later on in New Earth despite being made so recently and being so powerful.
48 is a little weird. Lady Quark and family are from pre-Crisis Earth 6, introduced in COIE. Brother Eyes are like the OMACs from Infinite Crisis. So it's thrown together as a sort of Crisis Earth.
I don't know what Antarctic Monkey, Danger Dog, and Kid Vicious are referencing, if anything.
Nah, I figured out that roster a long time ago
>Main hero is Masked Hero Blue Beetle (Ao-Biteru), who is basically toku taken to the extreme.
>Magical Gem Warrior Amethyst, a teenage girl who moonlights as a protector of Gemworld.
>Razer, a soldier from the Crimson Corps battalion, stranded on Earth with his L.A.N.T.E.R.N. mech. Aided by his personal AI, Aya.
>Princess Starfire (Hoshi-Kasai), heir to the Tamaranean Empire, who flees from an arranged marriage into the life of ordinary teenage boy Adam Strange. Gets fanservice shots at every opportunity.
>Captain Marvel, secretly a little boy named Billy Batson given powers of the gods. Imagine Arale, but as a guy.
>Lex Luthor, the primary antagonist, is your typical light novel protagonist (see: Kirito, Tatsuya, etc). After the heroes start emerging and steal attention from him, he decides to make an alliance with the Yokai Society of Evil
>It's a Gao Gai Gar style mech thatis as strong as the will-power of it's user.
>Climax includes a Mazinger Zero-ish sequence were the he summons constructs expys from other famous mechs to fight the bad guy
>Cyborg leads the 006 Cyborgs (which includes Cliff)
>Hiro, the New Toyman, is a big important character
>Immortal Man always reincarnates as a member of the same family, the Stranges, with a different unique power every time and has
>Jonah Rex doesn't travel to the future but is instead teleported to a distant Planet that has a similar technology to Old West USA, Gun Powder. He collects bounties until he is capable of buying himself a ship, and begins his journy back to Earth, having to collect more bounties on the way, to be able to afford fuel and food.
We just need to figure out some to make into a Yuri and a Yaoi archetype character and we are golden.
>Midnightah-sama, what are we going to do on the bed?
>Exactly what you are thinking, but with more punching.
>Kate... do you think girls can... love other girls?
>Please, Kate-Oneesama, I was just asking. Don't touch my secret flower.
Legitimately the best world by far cause it's not just a simple premise or idea
its almost like the anti-thesis of Morrison in a way that isn't just 'Superheroes are super realistic now!' but more like 'ok, you got your idealized world in which superheroes fixed everything, now what?'
also alexa (I think?) is best girl
Technically, it's his predecessor, you see at the end of New Frontier that a kid with a shirt that says Irons on the back is getting inspired by him, so that's probably young John Henry Irons.
>I prefer Infinite Crisis's Nightmare World. More variety.
Was there anything else there aside from Vampire Batman, Damian as Blade, and Phantom Zone Superman? I can't remember.
Honestly if they can fit it in they can try to put in Nightmare Superman since Ultraman's the vampire.
I'd like to see that one, I remember Morrison also originally intended to put in Bat-Man as well (mentioned in the Final Crisis notes) but I guess he changed his mind.
It was a better pulp tribute than First Wave.
DC will never attempt to expand on the ideas Morrison has laid out, Batman Inc, Multiversity, etc will never be expanded upon their creation and just forgotten
Nah, I want the Pre-Crisis Earth-2 because Earth-38 is where Byrne tried really really hard to emphasize that Superman and Batman are the best and that their descendents were weak by comparison.
Earth-2 as done by Roy Thomas and others actually tried to put in heroic legacies that didn't have to adhere to the prior ones (like for instance Hawkman and Hawkgirl's son became the Silver Scarab instead of another Hawk-themed character). Batman and Catwoman died and their daughter became the Huntress.
There's Earth where Superman was Nazi and Allies lost WW2.
Then there's Earth based on Ultimate Marvel.
Some Earths have just small difference, like magic, Victorian age, Nazis, Soviets. Other Earths are based on other works.
Aquaflash is fucked when Professor Manta comes around.
Earth 3, earth 13, earth 17, earth 23 and earth 51.
Earth 3 is crime syndicate.
Earth 13 is magical earth.
Earth 17 is post nuclear war earth with captain adam strange leading.
Earth 23 is president Superman earth. Would be great to see Superman involved in some political drama.
Earth 51 is Kirby Earth.
Check out this recent pic someone did of our whole universe.
Earth 6 for me, love the idea of Wonder Woman coming from Myan Mythology, GL from norse. Plus I like that Flash outfit.
I wanna say its in a different Multiverse since the Flash he described doesn't fit any of the current ones but that may change when we see their design.
Same with the Batwoman story he's doing
Ally-Kat-Abra is dark and mysterious again? I remember the last Zoo Crew story before Flashpoint had Abra turning traitor and grimdark. (grimbark?)
>The writer said his new Batman: Black & White book will involve "a bunch of alternative artists from Los Angeles" creating different versions of Batman. "They're really amazing painters and photographers and designers," Morrison said, adding that there will also be some well-known comics creators involved as well, such as Bill Sienkiewicz and Ivan Reis.
>"Once we start expanding out, I think it'll get quite weird," he said. "The Batman book is quite strange. It presents very unusual versions of Batman."
>One story he described in particular is being created by Allan Amato, a Los Angeles photographer. "There's a girl playing the Batman character in that," Morrison said. "There's this model called Elisabeth Evans, and she actually went into training and she's got herself, like, buffed up like Batman. It's scary. So she's made this amazing, kind of fetish-istic Bat-costume for it. And it looks amazing."
>A fetish-istic female Bat-costume? The photographer may have already previewed the costume and artwork on his Twitter. A search through Amato's feed revealed the artist released an image on June 24 of a female "alien Batman" and links to Evans' Twitter.
>e've got a character in that story called Moonface, which is like Two-Face, but it's a woman who's got, like, phases of the moon sort of darkness across her face," he said. "So at the start of the month she's good; at the middle of the month she's half good and evil; and at the end of the month, she's completely evil."
>"So it's kind of, we're just going in weird places with Batman. And there's a Bat-Mite story in there and stuff like that," he said of Batman: Black & White. "We're just taking Batman ideas and doing them in a different way."