See, it seems the higher up in the numbering you go, as a genral rule, the less that earth resembles New Earth. At this rate I'm fairly certain Earth-51 is Earth-Prime.
So we're up to 24 Earths being revealed, so how about we have some guesses on what'll be some of the other Earths. :)
Here's a couple of definites, I think:
These were all popular enough to receive "sequels", so I think we can safely assume they all made it onto the list.
- JLA: The Nail/Another Nail/Superboy's Legion
- Superman's Metropolis/Batman: Nosferatu/Wonder Woman: The Blue Amazon.
- Dark Knight Returns/Strikes Again
- Batman: Brotherhood of the Bat/League of Batmen
- Superman: Last Son of Earth/Last Stand on Krypton
Any other suggestions?
Last edited by Paul Newell; 09-06-2007 at 06:59 PM.
I agree with all those, except for DKR. I don't think anything should touch DKR, not even DKSA.
There was a sequel to Another Nail?
Again, I think the Speeding Bullets Elseworlds should get its own earth, just because execution didn't live up to the concept, and this might be their chance to get it right. Bruce would still be Batman on the multiverse earth though.
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Nosferatu was published in 1999 and happens during the rule of Clarc and Lois. The Blue Amazon in 2003 and explores the origins of Metropolis and it's world.
After all, while (according to your list) we apparently know what Earth the Victorian-era Wonder Woman lives on, you still have the one for the Victorian-era Batman listed as 'Mentioned but not yet shown.'