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Earth-N52 is one of the many realities in the Multiverse.

History

Pre-Crisis

In the course of years, this reality saw the rise of a great number of heroes such as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and many others.

At the beginning of the Crisis, the Anti-Monitor unleashed an antimatter wave in order to destroy all the realities in the Multiverse: Earth-N52 was among the very first realities to be reached by the antimatter wall.

Nash Wells, who had just reborn as Pariah, was teleported to this universe in the middle of Heroes Square in Metropolis. He witnessed as the anchorwoman Bethany Snow revealed on TV how the heroes of Earth-N52, who had previously assembled to stop the wave, were annihilated by antimatter.

Pariah tried to rescue a father with his son by protecting them with his new powers: however, he couldn't prevent their demise and was also forced to see this universe die (i.e. get destroyed) before he was teleported again to another universe.[2]

One month later, after the Spectre and Paragons rebooted the Multiverse,[3] Earth-N52 was restored to the existence along with the other destroyed realities.

Post-Crisis

After the rebirth of the Multiverse, the heroes of this reality were brought back to the existence on the Post-Crisis iteration of Earth-1.[1]

Points of Interest

Residents

Notes

Trivia

  • This universe is obviously inspired by The New 52 iteration of Prime Earth as well as Hypertime's Earth 52.
    • The Earth designation is a clear reference to The New 52.
  • The Leaguers of this Earth, who are shown on TV in Heroes Square, are references to the Justice League's members that originally formed the team during The New 52 era.
  • LexCorp is shown to exist on Earth-N52.[2]
    • This also suggests that a counterpart of Lex Luthor also exists on this universe.
  • Heroes Square is a pun on Times Square in New York City.


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