A hero by any other name is still a hero. Here on Earth-36, heroes took on names and identities evocative of more familiar beings and fought a never-ending battle for truth and justice.
Red Racer was the fastest human alive. Flashlight bravely answered the alien call to join the Corp that protects his sector of the galaxy. The Iron Knight, War-Woman, Mer-Man, Cyberion. These heroes, and others, banded together to become the Justice 9.
Chief among them was the strange visitor from another planet known as Optiman. Even with his powers and abilities far beyond those of humans and the Justice 9 by his side, he was unable to survive the Multiverse-spanning threat known as Superdoomsday. Satisfied by his victory, the monster left that universe behind in search of new prey, and what was left of the Justice 9 struggled to put their world back together again.
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...
The Multiversity: Origins
All week long we’ve been celebrating The Multiversity, Grant Morrison’s new series set within the DC Multiverse. While it’s possible to enjoy the comic without being familiar with...
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...
People are talking about THE MULTIVERSITY!
Grant Morrison’s THE MULTIVERSITY #1 hit shelves today, and everyone is reading into the layers a little differently. And that’s exactly what Morrison wants! You, the reader, are...