When Jorel and Lara of the dying planet Krypton sent their son, Kalel, to Earth, he not only would grow up to become Earth-23’s greatest hero, he’d become one of the world’s political leaders, as well. Secretly disguised as United States President Calvin Ellis, Kalel helps to maintain world peace as Superman, and in the process has inspired a generation of young black super heroes to rise up and join him.
Nubia. The Guardian. Vixen. Green Lantern. Black Lightning. Mister Miracle. Some of these heroes can also be found on Earth-0, while some are reflections of other more familiar heroes—and others are entirely unique. Yet while they may look and act differently, Earth-23’s heroes share one core similarity with our own and that of many of the Multiverse’s other heroes. Whether alone or as part of the Justice League, their names inspire hope and the promise of a better future to the men and women of Earth-23.
Men and women much like ourselves.
THE TERRIFICS #11
The Terrifics…terminated! The team has called it quits and gone their separate ways—with less-than-terrific results.
This Just Happened: The Man of Steel Goes Multiversal
You’ll have to forgive us if anything we’re about to write doesn’t make sense. Our brains are still recovering from the mind-bending, Multiversal twists of this week’s...
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...
JUSTICE LEAGUE #33
A METAL tie-in! “BATS OUT OF HELL” finale! it’s the Justice League versus the Dark Knights! FIGHT!
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!
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...