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Overpowered Beings: In COIE, Spectre #CreatesANewUniverse at the Dawn of Time

 

OVERPOWERED BEINGS

*To celebrate Crisis on Infinite Earths (1986) #10, published this month, read our Overpowered Beings article on Spectre. Visit our Formidability Rating below.

SPECTRE (AZTAR)
Strength Class: Infinite 100%
Weaknesses: None 100%
Quality Opponents: God or Abstract 100%
Limitations: Power Dependency 92%

SCORE: 96

FORMIDABILITY: EXTRA-DIMENSIONAL

IN COSMIC HIERARCHY

SPECTRE IS THE SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE OF THE PRESENCE

Spectre (Aztar). DC Comics.

In More Fun Comics (1940) #52, the Spectre made his first appearance in the Pre-Crisis continuity. In the origin story, the Spirit of Vengeance is a New York City police officer named Jim Corrigan.

As the Spirit of Vengeance, the Presence tasks the Spectre with exacting vengeance on evil men. Moreover, Spectre is a founding member of the Justice Society of America. The JSA makes its debut in All Star Comics (1940) #3.

In Crisis on Infinite Earths (1986) #10, Spectre makes a surprise appearance. After the heroes destroyed the Anti-Monitor’s antimatter cannon on Qward, Anti-Monitor goes to the beginning of time, in order to destroy the positive matter universe.

However, the outcome turns out completely different with a new universe created. Really, Spectre is dependent on the Presence and is as strong as the being allows him to be.

OVERPOWERED, SPECTRE CAN CREATE A UNIVERSE

In Crisis on Infinite Earths (1986) #10, only five Earths remain after the destruction of the multiverse: Earth-One, Earth-Two, Earth-Four, Earth-S and Earth-X.

In a final attempt to destroy the positive matter multiverse, Anti-Monitor time travels to the Dawn of Time. There, he intends to view the beginning of time and destroy all reality.

At the Dawn of Time, the heroes and the mages of the DC multiverse are assembled to stop the enemy. There, Spectre appears, channels their combined powers and reaches into Anti-Monitor’s Hand of creation.

Though he fails from preventing Anti-Monitor to contemplate Krona‘s experiment on the DC Universe, he nevertheless succeeds in creating a new universe. With his reality-warping powers, Spectre dies and creates the New Earth continuity.

In this comparison, with the power of five Earths, Spectre is evidently Multiversal-Level in Energy Projection, and ranks below the Source.

Some of Spectre’s powers include: Nigh-omniscience, energy projection, dimensional travel, immortality, flight, intangibility, metamorphosis, super-strength, size alteration and reality-warping at the Multiversal-Level.

 

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PHILOSOPHICALLY, SPECTRE IS GOD’S WRATH

In Day of Vengeance (2005) #2, Spectre confronts Eclipso. DC Comics.

Philosophically, Spectre is God’s Wrath. In DC Pre-Crisis mythology, Spectre is a fallen angel named Aztar. After the fall of angels, he repented before Heaven, and the Presence erased his identity, bonding him to God’s Wrath.

Since Spectre is a ghost and has no memory of his evil past, he needs a human host in order to help him exact the Vengeance of the Presence. Regularly, Jim Corrigan is the most common Spectre human host.

In Day of Vengeance (2005) #2, Eclipso, who is also an aspect of God’s Wrath convinces Spectre that the cause of evil in the DC Universe is magic. Moreover, the Guardians of the Universe had to contain magic with the Starheart, in order to bring order to the universe.

After, Spectre goes through the DC Universe destroying magic, eventually going mano-a-mano against Captain Marvel.

In a philosophical sense, Spectre is God’s Wrath because he seeks vengeance for evil in the universe. Also, he seeks redemption for his own past.

 

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WHY SPECTRE IS AN OVERPOWERED BEING

HIS OMNISCIENCE EXTENDS TO THE OMNIVERSE

Perhaps, Spectre’s most impressive feats occur in the fan-voted DC Versus Marvel (1996) inter-company crossover.

In Marvel Versus DC (1996) #2, the two Brothers representing both franchises awaken to renew their abstract battle. To find out whose universe survives, their heroes must do battle.

In the issue, the Spectre and Living Tribunal both use their nigh-omniscience to see beyond and over to the Omniverse.

SPECTRE IS TOUGHER THAN BRONZE AGE SUPERMAN

In DC Comics Presents (1981) #29, Spectre faces the might of the Bronze Age Superman.

When Supergirl goes missing, Superman searches the entire universe. At superluminal speed, he even breaches the bounds of infinity.

To prevent him from entering Heaven, Spectre confronts him. In a classic battle, an all-out Superman delivers a powerful punch that creates a crater.

However, Spectre does not move at all and is unfazed by Superman’s might.

Considering Superman’s punch shook mountains, and is likely at least a Magnitude 5.0 earthquake, Spectre’s base durability is at least City-Level.

DURABILITY FEAT: CITY-LEVEL

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LINKS

More Fun Comics Vol 1 52 in DC Database.
All-Star Comics Vol 1 3 in DC Database.
Day of Vengeance Vol 1 2 in DC Database.
Crisis on Infinite Earths Vol 1 10 in DC Database.
DC Comics Presents Vol 1 29 in DC Database.
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Gotham: To Celebrate “Crisis on Infinite Earths”, We List Every Comic Series that the Arrowverse Crossover Is Based On

 

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IN FRANCHISES, COMIC VALUES AND COLLECTIONS

In 1986, DC Comics published History of the DC Universe. Importantly, the comic changed continuity and introduced a single, unified DC Universe with a shared history. In addition, the DC multiverse was erased from continuity with the five remaining Earths after Crisis On Infinite Earths merging into New Earth.

This January, Crisis On Infinite Earths (1986) #10 was published. Today, we celebrate the Arrowverse crossover (2020) with the comics it was based on.

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THE MONITOR’S INTRO IS BASED ON HISTORY OF THE DC UNIVERSE

The Arrowverse (2020) crossover starts with a bang. Certainly, the Monitor’s introduction of the Crisis traces the Big Bang, to the creation of the multiverse to the Crisis on Infinite Earths. Similarly, it recalls Harbinger’s iconic introduction of the destruction of the DC multiverse and the new DC Universe in History of the DC Universe (1986) after the Crisis.

THE ARROWVERSE EVENT IS BASED ON THE ICONIC CRISIS

In five parts, the CW told the story of the Monitor and his quest to stop his opposite, Anti-Monitor, from destroying the DC multiverse. While the events and the outcome differ from the source material, the concept is similar since many characters die and a new, unified universe is created.

 

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IN THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD, THE HEROES MUST PROTECT THE BOOK OF DESTINY

Moreover, the Arrowverse crosover includes an element that is missing from the graphic book: the Book of Destiny. In The Brave and the Bold: The Lords of Luck (2007), Mark Waid and George Perez tell an important story. In the story, the cosmic being known as Destiny, recruits different DC heroes known as Challengers to protect the book of Destiny. Similarly, Monitor learns about the Paragons from the book of Destiny in the show. Visit this article on CBR.com for more information.

 

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THE ENDING PROMISES A REBIRTH

At the end, the DC multiverse is destroyed and a shared universe is created. However, instead of New Earth, Earth-Prime is created in the CW show. In fact, when Oliver Queen sacrifices himself to save the new universe, he promises a Rebirth. This is a reference to DC Rebirth (2016) in the comics, that revamped the DC Universe with a shared reality on Prime Earth.

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LINKS

CHRISTMAS WITH THE SUPER-HEROES #1 in DC Universe Infinite.
Crisis on Infinite Earths in Arrowverse Wiki.
Crisis On Infinite Earth: 5 Things The Show Got From The Comics (& 5 They Changed) in CBR.com.

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Battle Ranker Competition: It’s Official! Thanos With The Infinity Gauntlet Is The Most Powerful Villain

 

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We Rank Your Favorite Superhero… Or Villain

We rank your favorite superheroes or villains in the Battle Ranker. Vote on our Twitter poll to determine your favorite superhero’s or villain’s Battle Rank!

On April 5th, the Battle Ranker Competition concluded. With 198 votes and five rounds, the year-long competition clashed 50 DC and 50 Marvel characters.

With one decisive vote over Crisis on Infinite Earths Anti-Monitor, Annihilation Silver Surfer and the Watcher, Thanos with the Infinity Gauntlet proved to be the Invincible Warrior.

As the winner of the four-way Finals, Thanos earned Infinite Points to battle rank Extra-Dimensional, the highest level of Fighting Skills.

For more information, visit our DC vs Marvel article to see how Darkseid with the Anti-Life Equation vs Thanos with the Infinity Gauntlet compare in Formidability Rating.

Importantly, though the Formidability Rating uses the Fighting Skills Scale, it takes into account four areas: Strength Class, Weaknesses, Quality Opponents and Limitations. As such, it is an accurate measure of Fighting Skills.

 

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DC Day: The Legend Of The Hand Of Creation Proves Krona Is A Mad Scientist, Not A True Villain

 

DC DAY

Writer(s)

Marv Wolfman


Penciler(s)

George Perez


Colorist(s)

Tom Zuko


Cover

George Perez


Publisher

DC Comics


Publication Date

January, 1987

IN SUPERVILLAINS

IN A FORBIDDEN EXPERIMENT, KRONA WITNESSES THE HAND OF CREATION

After Crisis On Infinite Earths, a new single DC Universe is created. In History of the DC Universe, Harbinger gathers data on the Monitor’s files in order to tell its history. In the beginning, a single universe was created. When the universe was young, the earliest race was the Maltusians. These tall, blue-skinned beings lived on Oa and soon mastered science. With their civilization, they studied the universe. According to legend, no one could behold the beginning of the universe.

Or else, calamity would follow. A daring and defiant scientist, Krona defied the legends. With his powerful machine, he peered back in time. Then, he showed his discovery to the Maltusians. On that day, calamity ensued and Krona was struck by a lightning bolt. Dramatically, the accident created the anti-matter universe opposite to the positive matter universe. And the multiverse was born. With the birth of the multiverse, evil entered the DC universe.

The origin of the Green Lantern Corps is told in History of the DC Universe. DC Comics

 

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KRONA WAS EXILED AND TURNED INTO AN ENERGY BEING

Tales of The Green Lantern Corps (1981) #1. DC Comics.

KRONA BECAME THE ENEMY OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS

Perhaps, you have watched the animated movie called Green Lantern: Emerald Knight. In DC comics continuity, Krona is banished. Soon, he drifts to Nekron’s realm of the dead. There, he is recruited into Death‘s army which seeks to destroy then recreate the universe. Indeed, Krona welcomes it as an opportunity to study the destruction and the creation of the universe.

Then, Nekron sends Krona and his army of the undead to kill the Guardians of the Universe and the Green Lantern Corps. Violently, the army of the unliving succeeds in killing several Guardians, the Green Lanterns even destroying the Central Power Battery. However, Hal Jordan, the greatest GL rallies the force. Together, they manage to stop Krona and send him back to the realm of the dead.

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History of the DC Universe (1987). DC Comics.

A MAD SCIENTIST, KRONA SEEKS THE BEGINNING OF TIME AT ALL COSTS

In JLA/Avengers, Krona threatens the Omniverse. Dangerously, his quest takes him to the Marvel Universe. There, he engages in a game with the Grandmaster. The JLA and the Avengers must gather items of power for Grandmaster and Krona. And the winner must either claim the items or seek the answer of the beginning from Galactus. When the JLA wins the contest 7-5, Grandmaster wins. Though he collects the items of power, Krona betrays him.

By force, he summons Galactus and beats him in order to discover the secret. In the Marvel Universe, only Galan has survived the destruction of the previous universe. In a cosmic egg, he is shaped by Phoenix into Galactus during the birth of the Earth-616 universe. Ultimately, the heroes band together and triumph. In the end, Krona is transformed into a cosmic egg destined to create a new universe.

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DC Day List: 5 Popular Myths About The Guardians Of The Universe

 

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Writer(s)

Larry Niven, John Byrne


Penciler(s)

John Byrne


Colorist(s)

Matt Webb


Cover

John Byrne


Publisher

DC Comics


Publication Date

November, 1992

IN READING GUIDES, LISTS, REVIEWS

In Green Lantern: Ganthet’s Tale (1992), Ganthet tells the origin story of the Guardians of the Universe. Let’s list five common myths about the Guardians of the Universe in ascending order.

5. THE GUARDIANS OF THE UNIVERSE FIRST CREATED THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS

In History Of The DC Universe (1986), Harbinger records data on the Monitor’s files after Crisis On Infinite Earths. On Oa, Krona’s forbidden experiments led to calamity.

As a result, the Malthusians became the Guardians of the Universe to combat the evil in the DC multiverse. Originally, it is a myth that the Guardians first created the Green Lantern Corps.

The Guardians saw it as their responsibility to safeguard the multiverse from the evil that one of them had created. At first, they experimented on genetics in order to create “the perfect warrior”. They created a race of “genetically transformed lizards” known as Psions which was a failure.

Afterwards, they created the Manhunters, “a corps of android soldiers” whose purpose was “to combat the evil”. In the end, the Manhunters rebelled and “their legions disbanded”.

The Guardians of the Universe finally met success with the Green Lantern Corps. They harnessed the energies of the Emotional Spectrum from the emotional energy of will which the Guardians of the Universe stored in the Central Power Battery on Oa. It was to create green power rings to equip “the bravest from each sector of space”.

DC Day: Green Lantern Corps, Database Comics

Manhunters.
Manhunters. DC Comics.

4. THE GUARDIANS ARE LITTLE BLUE MEN

Generally, one popular depiction of the Guardians is as serious little blue men. Though this is their current incarnation, it is a myth. Originally, the Guardians are from the planet Maltus. Possibly, the first life-forms in the DC Universe. At the beginning, they were tall blue humanoids with dark hair. At first, they engaged in constant war. Later, they began to study science and became scientists. In History Of The DC Universe (1986), Harbinger tells of the origin of the multiverse.

After Krona’s experiments on the beginning of time, the DC multiverse was created. Hence, evil emerged in the universe. In order to combat evil, they relocated to Oa, the center of the DC multiverse. They became the Guardians of the Universe. With their immense powers, they sought to bring order to the universe. Particularly, the Guardian Ganthet has the power of size alteration. When he appears with the Quintessence, he appears as a giant blue man.

In 'Justice League' (2020) #39, Ganthet appears as a giant blue man along the Quintessence.
In Justice League (2020) #39, Ganthet appears as a giant blue man along the Quintessence. DC Comics.

3. THE GUARDIANS ARE WEAKER THAN MAGIC

In Tales Of The Green Lantern Annual (1986) #2, the Guardians of the Universe tame magic. To begin, GL Abin Sur is above the planet Ysmault. Curiously, he inquires information from his ring about the planet. Millennia ago, as the ring tells, it was the throneworld of the Empire of Tears. At the time, the Empire of Tears spanned three galaxies. In fact, it reigned supreme and its “regents” committed abominations.1

In the early universe, magic was a powerful and chaotic force. Newly formed, the Guardians sought to create order. On the planet, they arrived and defeated the demons. Powerfully, they chained the disembodied minds on Ysmault. In this way, they turned it into a corpseworld. After the war, the Guardians gathered the mystical forces of the universe in an orb called the Starheart. Over the ages, its fragments fell to Earth. Eventually, it became the JSA’s Alan Scott’s ring. Thus, it is a myth that Guardians are weaker than magic.

In 'Tales Of The Green Lantern Corps Annual' (1986) #2, Abin Sur's power ring tells the tale of the Empire Of Tears.
In Tales Of The Green Lantern Corps Annual (1986) #2, Abin Sur’s power ring tells the tale of the Empire Of Tears. AP Photo/DC Comics.

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2. THE GUARDIANS ARE AN IMMORTAL RACE

Really, the Guardians are an immortal race from Oa. In fact, they may be as old as the DC Universe. And they have lived for billions of years. Though they are effectively immortal, Guardians can die. In Green Lantern (1994) #48, Hal Jordan is driven mad by the destruction of Coast City. At the orders of Cyborg Superman, Mongul used Warworld to annihilate it.

In Green Lantern (1994) #50, Hal Jordan becomes pssessed by the demonic entity named Parallax. Terribly, the Green Lantern has defeated the Green Lantern Corps. On Oa, he heads for the Central Power Battery. As a last ditch effort, the Guardians sacrifice themselves to create the most powerful power ring. Only Ganthet survives and he teleports away to seek the Last Green Lantern. As it turned out, it was struggling L.A. artist Kyle Rayner.

In Green Lantern (1994) #50, Ganthet is the last surviving Guardian of the Universe.
In Green Lantern (1994) #50, Ganthet is the last surviving Guardian of the Universe. DC Comics.

1. THE GUARDIANS DON’T FEEL EMOTIONS

Eventually, the Guardians and the Green Lantern Corps do come back. After a battle with Ion, Hal Jordan resurrects them with a wish. Nevertheless, they remain as detached and manipulative as before. Peculiarly, a characteristic of the Guardians is to be above emotions.

Ironically, they forged the most powerful weapon in the universe using willpower. In Green Lantern (2007) #22, Sinestro tells Kyle that the Guardians actually feared emotions. Millennia ago, they sought to control the fear entity, namely Parallax. Eventually, this gave birth to the yellow impurity.

In Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special (2007), Kyle Rayner meet the parasitic entity named Parallax.
In Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special (2007) #1, Kyle Rayner meet the parasitic entity named Parallax. DC Comics.

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LINKS

History of the DC Universe (1986—1986) in DC Database.
Crisis on Infinite Earths in DC Database.
Tales of the Green Lantern Corps Annual Vol 1 2 in DC Database.
Starheart in DC Database.
Green Lantern Vol 3 48 in DC Database.
Green Lantern Vol 3 50 in DC Database.
Guardians of the Universe (New Earth) in DC Database.
Green Lantern Vol 4 22 in DC Database.
Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps Special Vol 1 1 in DC Database.


FOOTNOTES

  1. Tales of The Green Lantern Corps Annual #2.
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DC Day: ‘Superman, The Greatest Story’ Discussion Part I

 

DC DAY

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Feat: Supergirl, ‘Crisis On Infinite Earths’ #7

 

SUPERGIRL (KARA ZOR-EL)
EARTH-ONE

In ‘Crisis On Infinite Earths’ (1985) #7, titled “Beyond The Silent Night,” Supergirl performs a super strength feat. After the five remaining Earths start merging (Earth S, Earth-1, Earth-2, Earth-4 and Earth-X), the heroes use Alexander Luthor’s Jr super powers to open a portal to the antimatter universe to travel to Qward, the base of the Anti-monitor. During the battle, Supergirl destroys Anti-Monitor’s armor with a punch.

How much super-strength does it take for Supergirl to destroy Anti-Monitor’s armor with a punch?

In ‘Crisis On Infinite Earths’ (1985) #7, Supergirl performs a super strength feat. During the battle, Supergirl breaks Anti-Monitor’s armor.

SUPERGIRL DESTROYED THE ANTI-MONITOR’S ARMOR WITH HER PUNCH.

SUPERGIRL GENERATED THE EQUIVALENT OF THE ENERGY PRODUCED BY AN ANTI-SUN, ENOUGH TO DESTROY THE DC MULTIVERSE.

SUPER STRENGTH FEAT:

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The Mightiest Punch! In The Modern Age Of Comics: Ranking (Part III)

 

Some rules:

  1. Only the four major companies: DC, Marvel, Image and Dark Horse were selected!
  2. Only the Modern Age of comic books from 1985 to the present.
  3. Punches were selected based on levels of power and importance in determining the outcome of events, not on importance only.
  4. Read rule 3. As a result, they included mostly 100-ton characters and above.
  5. 10 punches were selected for the title of The Mightiest Punch!
  6. The punches were weighed but must still be voted to determine which is The Mightiest Punch! In The Modern Age of Comic Books.

See Part I and Part II. Today, we go godly!

Chaos War Hercules, ‘Chaos War #5’ (2010)

Having attained true omnipotence and omniscience, Chaos War Hercules punches Mikaboshi, the Chaos King, a defeat that gets him teleported to Hera’s bubble universe by Galactus.

In 'Chaos War#5' (2010), Chaos War Hercules punches Mikaboshi, the Chaos King and wins the battle!
Photo: ‘Chaos War #5’. Marvel Comics.

The Mightiest Punch! Super Feat:

High-End Multiversal

Super-Strength: Able to destroy planets, stars, galaxies, universes and the multiverse with their punches, attacks and lifting strength.

Peak human Metahuman City block Mountain Continent Planetary Stellar Solar System Universal Multiversal Boundless

Earth-2 Superman, ‘Crisis On Infinite Earths #12’ (1986)

In ‘Crisis On Infinite Earths #12’, Earth-2 Superman having lost everything to Anti-Monitor, destroys him with a punch in the anti-matter universe that ends the threat! Once and for all!

In 'Crisis On Infinite Earths #12', Earth-2 Superman having lost everything to Anti-Monitor, destroys him with a punch in the anti-matter universe that ends the threat!
Photo: ‘Crisis On Infinite Earths #12’. DC Comics.

The Mightiest Punch! Super Feat:

Multiversal

Super-Strength: Able to destroy planets, stars, galaxies, universes and the multiverse with their punches, attacks and lifting strength.

Peak human Metahuman City block Mountain Continent Planetary Stellar Solar System Universal Multiversal Boundless

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