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The Mirror World was home to a city inhabited by Orinocas, a race of telepathic warlike women.

The Mirror World was a fourth dimension of the universe containing Earth. One could be transported there by being reflected through several mirrors positioned at particular angles from one another.

History

The Mirror World was home to a city inhabited by Orinocas, a race of telepathic warlike women.

The existence of the Mirror World was discovered by the first Mirror Master, Sam Scudder. At first hesitant to travel there due to the possible danger, he eventually did as a means of escaping prison. However, he had no way to return home, and eventually returned by luring the Flash there. The speedster vibrated them both back to Earth.[1]

The Rogues later discovered that the Mirror Universe could be accessed by Mirror Master's mirrors. In a warped, chaotic world they found a like-minded individual named Plunder who they used to attack Central City.[2]

In Wonder Woman stories, the Mirror-World has the Image-Maker as its master.[3][4]

Points of Interest

Residents

  • Image-Maker
  • Orinocas
  • Edward Clariss
  • Plunder
  • Thinker
  • Fred Chyre
  • Zellers
  • Blockbuster (Deceased)
  • Mister Twister (Deceased)
  • Starro
  • Weather Wizard
  • Barry Allen
  • Joan Garrick
  • Jay Garrick (Deceased)
  • Gorilla Grodd
  • Justice League of America
    • Aquaman (Deceased)
    • Black Canary
    • Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)
    • Martian Manhunter
    • Superman
    • Green Arrow
    • Atom (Ray Palmer)
    • Batman
  • Justice Society of America
    • Atom (Al Pratt)
    • Doctor Fate
    • Green Lantern (Alan Scott)
    • Mister Terrific
    • Starman
  • Superman Family
    • Superboy
    • Steel
  • Teen Titans
    • Aqualad (Deceased)
    • Robin/Nightwing
    • Speedy (Deceased)
    • Wonder Girl
  • Tarantula (John Law)

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