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Earth 41 is one of the worlds of the Multiverse in the New 52.

History

On this dark Earth, the various nations of the world are largely isolationist, only coming together in times of desperation--as a result, this realities' superpeople are similarly diverse in terms of appearance, philosophy and interests.

Residents

  • Cyborg Corps
    • Armory
    • Strikewing
    • Stone
  • Dino-Cop
  • Spore
  • The Nimrod Squad
    • Fletch
    • Flintstein
    • Kal'amity
    • Nightcracker/Point Break
    • Sepulchre
    • The Scorpion
    • Vague
  • WildC.A.T.s
    • Maul
    • Spartan
    • Warblade
    • Zealot

Notes

  • Earth 41 is an analogue for Image Comics and the Wildstorm imprint.
    • Ironically Wildstorm did originate from Image Comics.
  • Earth 41 is opposite Earth 23 in the structure of the Multiverse.
  • Earth 41 is part of an area in the local Multiverse termed "The Otherworlds" with Earths 35, 39, 45 and 46. It was once part of "The Brightlands" with Earths 8 and 36, but traded places with Earth 5.

Trivia

  • The Nimrod Squad is based on the Image Comics team Youngblood, with most members being a fusion of a DC character and an Image character—Fletch is a combination of Green Lantern and Shaft the archer; Flintstein is a fusion of Martian Manhunter and the stony hero Badrock; Vague is based on Wonder Woman and Vogue; Kal'amity is an amalgam of Superman and Combat; and Nightcracker combines two robotic heroes, Red Tornado and Diehard.
    • The Nimrod Squad's Batman analogue the Scorpion is not based on an Image character; instead he is based on a pre-Crisis alternate Batman seen in "If Bruce Wayne Had Not Become the Batman" in Batman #256.
      • However, it is possible he is also based on the hero Shadowhawk
  • The Cyborg Corps are an analogue to the Titans, with all members possessing cybernetic enhancements. Stone is a counterpart to Cyborg, Armory to Arsenal and Strikewing to Nightwing.


See Also


Links and References

DC Map of the Multiverse: Earth 41

References

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