The names that make up the history of this world are so familiar—and so different. President Jackie Kennedy. King Victor of England. Lord Gaga. It’s no wonder then that its heroes are cut from the same cloth. Superwoman soars through the skies overhead while Batwoman prowls the dark streets below. Meanwhile Aquawoman rules the seas and Wonder Man, expelled from the JLA, fights for the honor of the men of Elysium Island.
On Earth-11, the genders may have switched, but the nature of heroes hasn’t. The Justice League still fights for good but the line-up includes a woman who doesn’t take being called Plastic as an insult. And a group known as the Freedom Fighters, including Columbia, Black Condor, and the Phantom Man is never too far from fighting the good fight.
It is said that on this world, the Amazons of Themiscyra never hid themselves from the world, but instead shared their knowledge, influencing the course of its events. Is a matriarchal Earth a better one? Even though it still has its villains and needs its heroines, there seems to be no doubt that this world has seen changes for the betterment of all womankind.
Superwoman, Batwoman, Aquawoman, Wonder Man, Columbia, Black Condor, and the Phantom Man
All the heroes of the DC Universe unite to face a crisis of infinite proportions – but when all is done, there can be only one reality. But will even that survive the battle?
THE MULTIVERSITY #2
Every event in the history of the DC Universe has been leading to this! The final chapter of the greatest adventure of all time is here!
DC All Access - Bonus Clip - How Multiversity Sets Up the Future of DC
If you've been reading Grant Morrison's The Multiversity, you're probably pretty familiar with the Map of the Multiverse by now. But if you think you know all its secrets, think again.
In this must-watch DC All Access clip, Blair talks to the Multiverse Map artist, Rian Hughes, about...
This is it! The entire DC Universe, from the dawn of time through The New 52, must fight to survive against a threat that bends the Multiverse to its will.
THE MULTIVERSITY DIRECTOR’S CUT #1
This issue is written by Grant Morrison, with art and cover by Frank Quitely.
THE MULTIVERSITY GUIDEBOOK #1
The guidebook to the greatest adventure in DC’s history is here!
The Multiversity: Five Things We Still Don't Get
Considering we’ve been writing about it all week long, we’ve probably read...