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Map of the Multiverse


For those at all curious of the multiverse there's an awesome map i found around the internet that can beat down that curiosity, enjoy.

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While this map is a pretty sweet drawing of the current DC multiverse in the comics, it isn't even close to how big the actual multiverse would be. To me anyways. The way I see it, there's an infinite number of alternate Earths, some differing vastly while others may look exactly the same. I just don't like to limit myself to a certain number when it comes to the multiverse.

Still, it's a pretty cool map.

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In the Comics section, under Multiversity, there's a Guide To The Multiverse that goes into detail on all the different Earths.

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Right, Beam, it isn't mean to be scientifically accurate so that's why it appears to be so finite. It's a graphic representation of DC's Multiverse according to Grant Morrison so at one time this was published canon (DC canon, not DCUORP necessarily). Too small for your liking or not, this WAS the DC's definition of multiverse.
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Oh, I know it is. I was just stating my view on it. This is a good map for those people who want to learn more about the multiverse as limited to DC comics.

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While I agree with Beam that the Multiverse is massively larger than the labeled 52, which on that one did you notice Earth's 23 and 42 we clearly the same? I did XD

Anyhow, while I agree with beam for that point I also will say that Urbanite is right too. It is basically a smaller map to show the 52 universes that exist within the current wibbly wobbly timey wimey crazy little thing we call DC comics. It even got me thinking what world is Kiarna from? What's her Universes Earth like if there even is one? So kinda fun thing to think about ^.^

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I think Kiarna can be wherever you choose her to be from. Most of my characters and several of my other characters are from Earth 333, which is an Earth designed by yours truly. The way I see it, there's no non-existent Earth, even if one is destroyed. It's really complex and I don't exactly know how to explain it.

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