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     Reality names were reused several times. See also Earth-3, Earth 3, Arrowverse: Earth-3.

Earth-Three was considered to be a partially "reverse" Earth and was populated by "opposites" of Earth-One known as, the Crime Syndicate of America.


The British colonies successfully broke away from the Empire of United States in the 18th century and President John Wilkes Booth was assassinated by the actor Abraham Lincoln. However, the base populace of Earth-Three reflected a society based on laws and good values, despite the majority of their super powered beings having an evil nature.

The majority of the Earth-Three's superpowered beings were criminals unlike the primary Earths whose main forces were heroic beings. The primary superbeings of Earth Three were five evil analogues of the Earth-One superheroes, called "The Crime Syndicate of America", which included Ultraman, a Kryptonite-charged evil Superman born on Krypton (in the Earth-Three dimension); Super-Woman, a rogue Amazon; Johnny Quick, an impulsive and arrogant young speedster; Power Ring, who, despite looking like Hal Jordan, had a power ring based on magic like Earth-Two Green Lantern Alan Scott's; and Owlman, a superb scientist and strategian, who terrorized this Earth. They openly ruled several parts of their Earth until defeated by the actions of the Earth-One Justice League and Earth-Two Justice Society, who would later inspire that world's Luthor Alexander Luthor, Sr. to become that world's first super hero and keep them in check.

During the Crisis on Infinite Earths, Earth-Three was destroyed, save for Alexander Luthor, Jr., who helped the heroes of the remaining universes defeat the Anti-Monitor. He then retired to a "Paradise Dimension" until the events of Infinite Crisis. Most of Earth-Three's history survived in the form of a similar Earth in the Antimatter Universe;[1] the events of Convergence restored Earth-Three to the Multiverse.

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 Main article: Category:Earth-Three Characters



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