What are the other characters of Earth 47 like?
>Flower child hippie Wonder Woman with a "Make Love Not War" shirt
Also general DC Multiverse thread.
We've already seen Lois Lane, of course.
I know. I wish there was more.
Sunshine Supergirl probably wears the hot-pants costume.
I love Speed Freak because she's also Wally's kid and I'm a huge Flashfag. Grant actually using the Flash Family.
Brother Power is also amazing
Pretty sure there was an Elseworlds with British Superman. Like the Union Jack instead of the S
She's great. She's both a great supporting character with connections to the Flash Family and Legion and can stand on her own with themes of legacy/teenage superhero/time travel and take lead in stories.
The name and design come from a short story about what Bruce might have called himself if the bat hadn't flown through his window.
Yeah, I found it. From Last Rites.
Because people are too busy making more "Superman is evil" and "Batman is slightly different but not really" universes to bother with being creative.
>not headband costume
Do you know who the EiC was that canceled Brother Power because he didn't like hippies portrayed as anything but evil communists?
I'd like to put a name to my hatred.
Speaking of which, Barda from Gods and Monsters would be a good basis for E-47 Wonder Woman.
Yes that Mort the Wart.
> Mort Weisinger, editor of DC's Superman line, got a look at him. Weisinger very strongly objected to anything depicting hippies as less than thoroughly loathesome, and said so to publisher Jack Liebowitz.
Yeah, but I mean in DC, how come there has never been an Elsworlds Batman who was black? Even in the Black Universe of Multiversity, where every hero is black, Batman is still a white dude.
The Stan Lee Just Imagine stuff is DC.
Everyone except Superman is the same race they usually are in Earth-23.
that's basically how the pre-PC era was. You could actually talk openly about shit. maybe your editor wouldn't like it, but in general if you had a message, you had a voice. shows like sanford and son and all in the family are actually heavily sanitized when they air now, and they're still legitimately edgier than anything that attempts 'edgy' today.
if we'd kept it up, I think we could have worked our way through society's issues.