>Rob Liefeld has his own Earth in the DC Cosmology created by the God of All Comics himself
He's actually represented by two Earths. That one and the Image analogue Earth (the Green Arrow analogue there is obviously based on Liefeld's Shaft)
Anyone asked him what he thinks about getting tributed twice? (even if Earth-35 is done mainly for Morrison's love/hate relationship with Moore, and Liefeld getting tributed twice might've been a secondary thought)
Supreme who was just a lame Superman ripoff until Alan Moore became the writer and started doing crazy silver age type Superman stories.
morrison and moore both were. liefeld hates people making interesting ideas from his derivatives. look at the description, monitors, editor and business stand ins, create a fake universe to harvest, for profit.
I was pretty underwhelmed by the Earths in the guidebook, to be honest.
They were all so intent on following the "every world is represented by a Justice League analogue" thing that it was largely a repetitive exercise in playing dressup with the same A- and B-list superheroes, stretching out the concept so thin that there were two Earths based on Rob Liefeld's stuff, the Image analogue Earth and the "Image's analogues of DC" analogue Earth.
It didn't help that I was reading through Abnett's Infinite Crisis: Fight For The Multiverse tie-in comic and had grown to really like several of the characters and worlds in it, only to discover that nothing about them was even close to used.
No Paladin Hal, Ice King Zod, or Fallout 2 Wonder Woman from now on.