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IN THE MULTIVERSITY MAP, THERE IS ONLY ONE DARKSEID

The Multiversity map. AP Photo/DC Comics.

From a thread on Quora, there is an explanation about the Multiversity map:

Darkseid is a Multiversal being.

In DC Comics the Multiverse is made up of spheres.

The center of the Multiverse is the Rock of Eternity (nexus of all magic in the Multiverse) and the House of Heroes.

Then we got the Bleed. The Bleed is split between two layers. Upper and lower.

In the Upper layer you got the 52 Main Universes.

In the Lower layer you got a near infinite number of universes. Each universe exploring all the timelines that could were, could be, and still can be. So a really unimaginable number of universes.

The Barrier that splits all those Universes from the Sphere of the Gods (where Darkseid lives) is the Speed Force. The Sphere of the Gods envelopes all those universes I mentioned before.

And for those gods a universe can be as big as a sphere you can hold in your hand, or a bubble you can pop.

Above that Sphere theres the Monitor Sphere, home of the Prime Monitor that is the one that decides which universe is risen to the upper layer of the Bleed, when a main universe is destroyed.

-Is Darkseid a multiversal being (one being existing in all multiverses at the same time) or a single being who has different versions of himself throughout the multiverse?, Quora

AVATAR CREATION

In 'New Gods' (1997) #15, an avatar of Darkseid appears in the Source Wall.
In ‘New Gods’ (1997) #15, an avatar of Darkseid appears in the Source Wall. AP Photo/DC Comics.

In ‘New Gods’ (1997) #15, Darkseid and Highfather are trapped on the Source Wall. In order to communicate with Vykin the Black, Darkseid sends an avatar of himself. Each avatar possesses a fraction of Darkseid’s nigh-infinite power.

SPHERE OF THE GODS

Because Darkseid lives in the Sphere of the Gods, beyond the DC multiverse, there is only one true form Darkseid. Though since Final Crisis, there have been multiple origins of Darkseid when the multiverse was reborn, the other versions of Darkseid that have entered the DC multiverse, are merely avatars. In “What is Darkseid’s True Form?”, Fiction Horizon goes over the concept of avatars.

In The Multiversity Guidebook, the Highfather, also a New God and Darkseid’s brother, states that each reality – past, present and future – has its own version (avatar) of Darkseid. This means that Darkseid is actually an omnipresent, non-corporeal being fragmented so that he can be present in every possible reality. As far as we know, only actual multiversal deities (The Presence in DC Comics and The One Above All in Marvel) and Dr. Manhattan have these abilities, which would put Darkseid – his true form, that is – very high on the list of the most powerful beings in the history of comic books.

DOOMSDAY AND SUPERMAN HAVE DEFEATED AVATARS OF DARKSEID

‘SUPERMAN/DOOMSDAY: HUNTER/PREY’ (1994) #1

In ‘Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey’ (1994) #1, as Doomsday beats down the mighty Darkseid! AP Photo/DC Comics.

In ‘Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey’ (1994) #1, Cyborg Superman guides Doomsday to Apokolips who arrives by cargo ship. Programmed by Cyborg Superman, Doomsday destroys Apokolips’ army. Eventually, Darkseid must take direct action and intervene. During the battle, Doomsday delivers a painful beatdown on Apokolips’ monarch. Though there is debate that the Darkseid version Doomsday defeated was an avatar, writer Dan Jurgens seemed to confirm otherwise.

‘SUPERMAN/BATMAN’ (2004) #3

In ‘Superman/Batman’ (2004) #13, Superman is angry at the death of Kara Zor-El and battles Darkseid. AP Photo/DC Comics.

In the “Supergirl from Krypton” storyline, it is hinted that the Darkseid that Superman imprisoned on the Source Wall at the end of the battle was an avatar.

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TRUE FORM DARKSEID CAN DESTROY THE DC MULTIVERSE

In “Final Crisis,” Darkseid reveals his true form. AP Photo/DC Comics.

“Final Crisis” reveals true form Darkseid. At the end of “Death of the New Gods”, the battle between New Genesis and Apokolips invades Heaven. Evil wins the battle, Darkseid armed with the Anti-Life Equation and the New Gods fall to Earth. Known as Boss Dark Side of the Dark Side Club, he orchestrates the ALE going live on the Internet creating a singularity that threatens to send New Earth to Hell, dragged the whole DC multiverse past, present and future with it.

What the storyline shows is that true form Darkseid is a concept of pure Evil, the God of Evil, that threatens to destroy the DC multiverse. So what is true form Darkseid? True form Darkseid is the Anti-Life Equation erasing free will from the DC multiverse.

TRUE FORM DARKSEID IMPOSES THE ALE ON NEW EARTH

In ‘Final Crisis’ (2008) #5, true form Darkseid imposes the ALE on Earth. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

At Bludhaven, true form Darkseid is finally triumphant! With a half of the human population under his control, he has imposed the ALE on Earth.

As the Doomsday Singularity drags Earth to Hell the Fifth World is finally born.

TRUE FORM DARKSEID DESTROYS THE ENTIRE DC MULTIVERSE

In ‘Final Crisis’ (2009) #7, true form Darkseid with ALE is dragging the whole DC multiverse to Hell, except for the JLA Watchtower. AP Photo/DC Comics.

True form Darkseid is a Multiversal Level threat. In ‘Final Crisis’ (2009) #7, true form Darkseid destroyed the entire DC multiverse past, present and future. As the Doomsday Singularity drags the Earths to Hell, the heroes work on the JLA Watchtower on the construction of the 31st century Miracle Machine, the only weapon capable to reverse the effects of the Anti-Life Equation and restore the DC multiverse.

FEAT OF THE DAY: IN ‘INFINITE FRONTIER’ #0, TRUE FORM DARKSEID KILLS THE QUINTESSENCE IN A SURPRISE ATTACK

In ‘Infinite Frontier’ (2021) #0, titled “Infinite Frontier”, freed, true form Darkseid attacks and kills the Quintessence and Spectre. AP Photo/DC Comics.

VISIT FEAT: DARKSEID, ‘INFINITE FRONTIER’ #0.


SOURCES

Is Darkseid a multiversal being (one being existing in all multiverses at the same time) or a single being who has different versions of himself throughout the multiverse? in Quora.
New Gods Vol 4 15 in DC Database.
What is Darkseid’s True Form? in FICTION HORIZON.
Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey Vol 1 1 in DC Database.
Superman/Batman Vol 1 13 in DC Database.
Final Crisis Vol 1 5 in DC Database.
Final Crisis Vol 1 7 in DC Database.
Infinite Frontier Vol 1 0 in DC Database.
Darkseid: How DC’s Darkest New God Reached His Final Form in CBR.com.

Feat: Superman, ‘Justice League’ #25

IN COSMIC HIERARCHY

SUPERMAN (CLARK KENT)
PRIME EARTH

In ‘Justice League’ (2019) #25, titled “The Sixth Dimension! Conclusion,” Superman performs a super strength feat. In a battle against the World Forger, Superman sundips then breaches the Sixth Dimension and shatters the Forger’s Multiverse creation with a dimension-shattering punch.

How much super strength does it take for Superman to shatter the World Forger’s Multiverse creation with a dimension-shattering punch?

SUPERMAN SUNDIPPED TO TIME TRAVEL AS A WAVE FUNCTION 20 BILLION YEARS TO THE BIG BANG IN THE SIXTH DIMENSION TO DESTROY THE WORLD FORGER’S MULTIVERSE.

SUPERMAN HAD TO GENERATE AN INFINITE AMOUNT OF ENERGY FROM HIS DIMENSION-SHATTERING PUNCH, IN ORDER TO DESTROY THE 19.7265937 BILLION LIGHT YEARS MULTIVERSE CREATED BY THE WORLD FORGER.

SUPER STRENGTH FEAT:

BOUNDLESS

                       

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Superman travels faster than light from his prison on Prime Earth to the Sixth Dimension. Superman travels so fast that he becomes a line where all timelines are present to him and he arrives at the time of a new Big Bang. Superman destroys the World Forger’s Sixth Dimension Multiverse creation with a dimension-shattering punch.

We will use string theory to calculate the energy necessary to travel to the Sixth Dimension according to the Many-Worlds Interpretation. Please Toggle the Toggle Arrow below to see the calculations.

NUMBER CRUNCHING

In order to calculate the energy necessary to travel to the Sixth Dimension, we must calculate the universal wavefunction interpretation of string theory. According to ‘Justice League’ (2019) #22, the multiverse created by Perpetua and her three beings is 20 billion years old. We can assume the World Forger in the Sixth Dimension created the Multiverse with a Big Bang 20 billions years old. In order to dimension travel to the Sixth Dimension, Superman had to travel faster than light 20 billion years old into the past of the DC Universe. For all intents and purposes, we can assume Superman travelled at the speed of light. The equation to calculate the wave function is below:

ψ(L,T) = exp(i ʃ0Tdτ ʃ0 Ldσ/lptp) ψ(0,0).

Integrating the double integral we obtain the integral of the inside function first:

ψ(L,T) = exp(i ʃ0Tdτ (σ/lptp)|0 1.8662410^26 = exp(i ʃ0Tdτ (1.8662410^26 m)/(1.616*10^-35 m * 5.39*10^-44 s).

Then we obtain the integral of the outside function.

ψ(L,T) = exp(i ʃ0 9.331210^15 (τ)(2.142582e+104 s^-1) = exp(9.331210^15 s)(2.142582e+104 s^-1) = ∞.

We get an infinite amount of energy.

SUPER-STRENGTH

Superman generated an infinite amount of energy in order to become a wave function at the Planck scale and time travel to the Sixth Dimension.

Superman had to generate a Boundless Level of Super Strength since he essentially hit the World Forger’s Multiverse with an infinite amount of energy from time travel to the Big Bang.

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Calculations for Superman, ‘Justice League’ #25

ψ(L,T) = exp(i ʃ0Tdτ ʃ0 Ldσ/lptp) ψ(0,0).
Planck length = lp = 1.616*10^-35 m.
Planck time = tp = 5.39*10^-44 s.
T = age of causal horizon = (20*10^9 years)(12 months*30 days*24 hr*3600 s) = 9.3312*10^15 s
L = length of causal horizon = vt = (3*10^8 m/s)(9.3312*10^15 s) = 1.86624*10^26 m = 19.7265937*10^9 light years.

ψ(L,T) = exp(i ʃ0Tdτ (σ/lptp)|0 1.86624*10^26 = exp(i ʃ0Tdτ (1.86624*10^26 m)/(1.616*10^-35 m * 5.39*10^-44 s) = exp(i ʃ0Tdτ (2.142582e+104 s^-1) = exp(i ʃ0 9.3312*10^15 (τ)(2.142582e+104 s^-1) = exp(9.3312*10^15 s)(2.142582e+104 s^-1) = ∞.


SOURCES

Justice League Vol 4 25 in DC Database.
The Universal Wave Function Interpretation Of String Theory in EPF Web Of Conferences.
Justice League Vol 4 22 in DC Database.

DC Day: In “Coup D’Etat”, The Authority Finally Takes Over The U.S. Government Because Of Their Conspiracy To Conquer The Bleed

DC DAY

In 'Coup D'Etat' (2004) #1, the Authority takes over the U.S. government over its attempt to conquer the Bleed.
In ‘Coup D’Etat: Sleeper’ (2004) #1 the Authority takes over the U.S. government because of its attempt to travel to the Bleed. AP Photo/DC Comics

IN GOVERNMENT CONSPIRACY

TAO, A FORMER WILDC.a.t.s. AGENT, TRICKS THE U.S. GOVERNMENT INTO TRAVELING TO THE BLEED LEADING TO AN ACCIDENT

In ‘Coup D’Etat: Sleeper’ (2004) #1, the U.S. government follows the conspiracy of Tao in order to conquer the Bleed. Following a mission by Agent Carver and Misery at a secret U.S. base, the U.S. government retrieves a device. In reality, it was an elaborate set-up by Tao, a former WILDC.A.T.s. who orchestrated the covert operation.

Realizing that the device can actually help them travel the Bleed, they send a probe into space. However, per Tao’s knowledge, the device “was powered by a tiny black hole.”1 Upon reaching the Bleed, the black hole became unstable and the probe exploded. The accident tore “open an enormous hole in the Bleed” and destroyed a shiftship.1

In 'Coup D'etat' (2004) #1, Tao tricks the U.S. government into traveling to the Bleed leading to an accident.
In ‘Coup D’Etat: Sleeper’ (2004) #1, Tao tricks the U.S. government into traveling to the Bleed leading to an accident. AP Photo/DC Comics

THE AUTHORITY TAKES OVER THE U.S. GOVERNMENT AFTER IT CAN’T CONTAIN THE DISASTER IN FLORIDA

In Florida, the Authority are on the scene. Hawksmoor sends telepathic readings of a ship breaching the Bleed. Swift thinks it’s a meteor shower. However, Apollo realizes that it’s not a meteor shower, it’s giants. Swift identifies that it’s a shiftship six times bigger than the Carrier with hundreds of hull breaches.

Its crew are giants falling to the Earth like meteors. Midnighter says they have about 10 minutes until the shiftship lands on Earth, a collision worse than the meteor that extinguished the dinosaurs. The Doctor cannot affect the shiftship with his magic so he stretches out time. The Authority uses doors to evacuate the population of Florida. But that is not enough. The ship hits Florida and millions die.

 

In 'Coup D'etat' (2004) #1, the shiftship's crew are falling on re-entry to Florida through hull breaches.
In ‘Coup D’Etat: Sleeper’ (2004) #1, the shiftship’s crew are falling on re-entry to Florida through hull breaches. AP Photo/DC Comics.

Florida has been turned into an archipelago with Key West. Aboard the Carrier, the Engineer informs Hawksmoor that the Giants are an extra-dimensional race, from a universe billions older than the Wildstorm universe. They are known as the Vigil and they are the first species to use the Bleed. They collect information and observe the multiverse.

The shiftship was headed for the Gathering, when “all new knowledge is collected to their planet.”1 The Vigil have never gone to war and it is unclear what their response to the catastrophe would be. Later at night, the Authority makes an announcement on a jumbotron, Hawksmoor declares the Authority are going to take over the U.S. government.

In 'Coup D'Etat' (2004) #1, the Authority takes over the U.S. government over its attempt to conquer the Bleed.
In ‘Coup D’Etat’ (2004) #1, the Authority takes over the U.S. government because of its attempt to travel to the Bleed. AP Photo/DC Comics

SPARTAN WARNS THE AUTHORITY AS TO THE CONSEQUENCES OF THEIR ACTIONS

In ‘Coup D’Etat: Wildcats’ (2004) #1, former WILDC.a.t.s. members intervene in the U.S. government conspiracy. Members of the HALO Corporation, Jack Marlowe (Spartan), Edwin Dolby and Grifter are concerned over recent events. The wheelchair-bound Grifter recruits Edwin Dolby for a mission. Together, they head to a former supervillain, now weapons dealer codenamed Warmaker. Grifter first attempts to woo Warmaker in order to retrieve a weapon. Sensing that there is no money involved, but rather an exchange, Warmaker shoots Grifter.

Grifter evades from his wheelchair, and shoots Warmaker in the head, killing him. Then, he calls Dolby and together they head behind the bookcase in Warmaker’s study. They find a massive negative gamma particle. Grifter tells Jack his plan: He plans to have Jack teleport the WMD into the Bleed to trigger a singularity and send the Authority to a parallel universe. Jack does not agree to Grifter’s plan and says the Authority’s conspiracy is likely temporary. Later, Jack appears on the Authority’s carrier in hologram form. They have an argument and taking the form of Spartan, he warns them of the consequences of their actions.

In 'Coup D'Etat' (2004) #1, Spartan warns the Authority of the consequences of their actions.
In ‘Coup D’Etat: Wildcats’ (2004) #1, Spartan in hologram form warns the Authority of the consequences of their actions. AP Photo/DC Comics

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WITH CONTROL OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENT, THE AUTHORITY FACES AN ALIEN INVASION BY THE VIGIL

In ‘Coup D’Etat: The Authority’ (2004) #1, the Authority have to contend with the consequences of the government conspiracy. The Authority have taken over the U.S. government: NORAD is under their control, they have disabled nuclear weapons, the NAVY has been de-commissioned, the Engineer disabled the Air Force and the Army. The Authority has dismantled the U.S. armed forces in six hours. World leaders are in disarray and officially endorse the Authority.

Suddenly, the Vigil invade Earth. Hawksmoor orders the Carrier to start teleporting people out of Times Square similarly to the procedure in Florida. Hawksmoor, Apollo and Engineer head to Times Square, the Doctor heads to the White House and Midnighter has to negotiate the President’s resignation. The Authority arrive in Times Square and do battle. Apollo flies through the Vigil “faster than a speeding bullet.”2 Hawksmoor negotiates the Vigil’s surrender. Finally, the whole team is teleported aboard the Carrier with the President.

In 'Coup D'Etat' (2004) #1, Apollo flies through the Vigil "faster than a speeding bullet."
In ‘Coup D’Etat: The Authority’ (2004) #1, Apollo flies through the Vigil “faster than a speeding bullet”. AP Photo/DC Comics

They are showing video footage of the President’s attempt to conquer the Bleed. The Vigil comment on humanity’s potential for destruction and state they have not engaged in combat in 500 Earth years. The Engineer informs the Vigil that the Authority downloaded 60% of their shiftship’s data before it was destroyed. Asked what can prevent humanity from being a threat to the multiverse, Apollo incinerates President Kent with his heat vision. The Vigil calls the Authority “savages.” Then, they depart for the Bleed.

Swift remarks that President Kent was actually manipulated by outside forces. The Engineer says she manipulated the footage to place guilt on President Kent in order to ensure that the Vigil would stop their invasion of Earth and leave. Swift questions the decision and states that the Authority never compromises. At night, Hawksmoor proclaims the Authority as the new U.S. government. His first order of the day is to suspend democratic elections. After the broadcast, Midnighter asks what they do next.

In 'Coup D'Etat: The Authority' (2004) #1, Apollo murders President Kent with his heat vision.
In ‘Coup D’Etat: The Authority’ (2004) #1, Apollo murders President Kent with his heat vision. AP Photo/DC Comics.

SOURCES

Coup d’État: Sleeper Vol 1 1 in DC Database.
Coup d’État: Wildcats Vol 1 1 in DC Database.
Coup d’État: The Authority Vol 1 1 in DC Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Coup D’Etat: Sleeper #1.
  2. Coup D’Etat: The Authority #1.

Krypton: The Corruption Of Superboy-Prime Is A Commentary On The Darker Modern Age Of Comics

KRYPTON

At the end of ‘Infinite Crisis’ (2006) #7, Superboy-Prime is imprisoned inside a Sciencell near a red Sun-Eater guarded by 50 green lanterns. AP Photo/DC Comics

IN DC MULTIVERSE

Corrupted by the disappearance of the DC multiverse and the evil in Alexander Luthor, Superboy-Prime became convinced that the darkness in the New Earth continuity was a result of New Earth not being the perfect Earth. For that reason, the heroes living on New Earth were corrupted.

Aided by Alexander Luthor, he embarked on the quest for Earth Prime. This was the Infinite Crisis.

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Battles Of The Week: Captain Atom vs Mister Majestic (Hero vs Hero)

BATTLES OF THE WEEK

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SYNOPSIS FOR “POWER STRUGGLE”

Captain Atom is stranded in the WildStorm Universe. After a first scuffle with Mister Majestic, Captain Atom has come to the White House to ask for help. He needs assistance to return to the DC multiverse. Now, he has to face Mister Majestic for a showdown.

SHOWDOWN AT THE WHITE HOUSE!
In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ (2006) #3, Captain Atom faces the U.S. Army at the White House as he seeks the President’s help. AP Photo/DC Comics

Enter the two contestants at the White House in Washington D.C. On the left side is Captain Atom and on the right side is Mister Majestic.

Let’s look at the stats.

CAPTAIN ATOM – NEW EARTH
SUPER-STRENGTH: PLANETARY
SUPER-SPEED: SUPERSONIC
DURABILITY: CONTINENT
ENERGY PROJECTION: UNIVERSAL
FIGHTING SKILLS: METAHUMAN
INTELLIGENCE: GENIUS
PARAPHERNALIA
  • Monarch Armor.
WEAKNESSES
  • Involuntary Quantum Jumping.
  • Quantum Field Disruption.
  • Radiation Leak.
  • Vulnerability to X-Ionized Weapons.
MISTER MAJESTIC – PRIME EARTH
SUPER-STRENGTH: PLANETARY
SUPER-SPEED: SUPERSONIC
DURABILITY: PLANETARY
eNERGY PROJECTION: CONTINENT
FIGHTING SKILLS: WARRIOR
INTELLIGENCE: GENIUS
PARAPHERNALIA
  • Molecular Disentangler.
  • Energy Dampeners.
  • Planet Movers.
WEAKNESSES
  • Vulnerability to Kusar Weapons.
  • Vulnerability to Creation Engine Fragments.

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THE FIGHT

In Washington D.C., at the White House, Captain Atom faces Mister Majestic for another showdown.

The battle to decide who is the most powerful warrior!

OUTCOME: DRAW

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CAPTAIN ATOM IN COMICS

‘Space Adventures’ (1960) #33, titled “Introducing Captain Adam” marks the first appearance of Captain Atom in DC continuity. The issue tells the origin story of Captain Atom: Allen Adam’s body was vaporized after he was launched in an experimental rocket. However, he survived and was able to re-form his body by using the power of the atom. Donning a special body suit to protect from radiation, he became Captain Atom.

The comic was written by Joe Gill and penciled by Steve Ditko.

CAPTAIN ATOM’S FIRST ISSUE SPECTACULAR
‘Space Adventures’ (1960) #33, titled “Introducing Captain Adam” marks the first appearance of Captain Atom in DC continuity. AP Photo/DC Comics

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SOURCES

Captain Atom: Armageddon #3 in Comic Vine.
Nathaniel Adam (New Earth) in DC Database.
Majestros (Wildstorm Universe) in DC Database.
Space Adventures #33 in Comic Vine.

DC Day: In The ‘Armageddon’ Storyline, The WildC.A.T.s. Rescue Captain Atom Stranded In The DC Multiverse From The WorldStorm

DC DAY

In 'Captain Atom: Armageddon' (2006) #9, Void rescues Captain Atom from the Worldstorm.
In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ (2006) #9, Void rescues Captain Atom from the Worldstorm. AP Photo/DC Comics

IN DC MULTIVERSE

CAPTAIN ATOM LANDS IN THE WILDSTORM UNIVERSE

In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ (2006) #1, Captain Atom lands in a parallel universe in the DC multiverse: the Wildstorm Universe to presage the Worldstorm. The issue opens with Captain Atom flying the Composite Superman/Batman robot into space in order to bomb a Kryptonite asteroid.

On the way, Captain Atom remembers being placed in another cockpit with the Dilustel metal set to explode on an atomic bomb. Captain Atom had the choice of either remaining in a military prison for life or doing the experiment. Captain Atom remained in the capsule for twenty-three years.

In 'Captain Atom: Armageddon' (2006) #9, Captain Atom reminisces in the Composite Superman/Batman robot cockpit about his origin story before his sacrifice to explode the Kryptonite asteroid. AP Photo/DC Comics
In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ (2005) #1, Captain Atom reminisces in the Composite Superman/Batman robot cockpit about his origin story before his sacrifice to explode the Kryptonite asteroid. AP Photo/DC Comics

Despite his misgivings, Captain Atom’s sense of duty drove him to become a superhero. This illustrates the fact that patriotism is part of every hard working person and that the nation always benefits from offering each person, even ex-cons a chance at redemption. Captain Atom states: “I’ve got a job to do.”

The Composite Superman/Batman robot blows up with the Kryptonite asteroid. Captain Atom awakens startled back in Tokyo with Superman and Batman. Then, he is sent to another universe like a comet through the sky. He arrives in New York City as Nikola Hanssen being created into Void by a man opening a box containing Void.

In 'Captain Atom: Armageddon' (2006) #9, Captain Atom lands in the Wildstorm Universe as Void is created.
In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon‘ (2005) #1, Captain Atom lands in the Wildstorm Universe as Void is created. AP Photo/DC Comics

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SHOWDOWN AT THE WHITE HOUSE: CAPTAIN ATOM VS MISTER MAJESTIC!

In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ #3, Captain Atom visits the White House after a fight and a conversation with Mister Majestic at Mount Rushmore. Startled by the Wildstorm Universe, Captain Atom struggles to understand the brutality of its superheroes and the fear people have of them. He wants to return to his parallel universe in the DC multiverse. In some sense, it is the paranoia of contact with parallel universes that seems to question of our very individuality.

Is Captain Atom experiencing this paranoia, as the people react to the presence among them of a superhero with fundamentally different physical dimensions. At the White House, Captain Atom faces a nuclear strike which he evades. He speaks to the President and tells him he is a military man. Captain Atom says he needs the President’s help to return but the President states he fears and answers to the superheroes.

In 'Captain Atom: Armageddon' #3, Captain Atom faces the U.S. Army at the White House as he seeks the President's help.
In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ (2006) #3, Captain Atom faces the U.S. Army at the White House as he seeks the President’s help. AP Photo/DC Comics

As he leaves the White House, Captain Atom is intercepted by Majestic. They have another scuffle. At the end of the battle, with no decisive winner, Majestic reveals to Captain Atom: The Nightmare Equation. That is, Captain Atom’s presence is going to lead to the Worldstorm of a parallel universe of the DC multiverse: the annihilation of the Wildstorm Universe.

Captain Atom goes to the Pentagon in order to confirm Mister Majestic’s computer simulations. He taps into the Pentagon’s data bank and is able to confirm Mister Majestic’s Nightmare Equation: the Worldstorm. As Captain Atom returns to the Washington Monument damaged during his second battle with Mister Majestic and now being repaired by Mister Majestic’s nanobots, the WILDC.A.T.s come on the scene.

In 'Captain Atom: Armageddon' #3, Captain Atom engages in a second battle with Mister Majestic.
In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ (2006) #3, Captain Atom engages in a second battle with Mister Majestic. AP Photo/DC Comics

SHOWDOWN AT THE WASHINGTON MONUMENT: CAPTAIN ATOM VS THE WILDC.A.T.s.!

In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ #4, Captain Atom is intercepted by the WILDC.A.T.s. at the Washington Monument. Its members are: Maul, Voodoo, Warblade and Zealot. As they face their foe, the WILDC.A.T.s play a game of who can think of the least number of movies so that he/she can take on Captain Atom. Reverting to his smaller more intelligent form, Maul wins the game.

Maul increases his mass and punches Captain Atom through the ground into the underground subway. Looking at his files, Captain Atom identifies his weakness and decreases Maul’s mass; then, he punches him back to the surface. Next, Voodoo uses her control of magnetism and telepathy to “to tell [his blood] to rip your veins to pieces.”1 Captain Atom uses the data he has downloaded from the Pentagon to overload Voodoo’s telepathy.

In 'Captain Atom: Armageddon' #3, Captain Atom battles Maul near the Washington Monument.
In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ (2006) #4, Captain Atom battles Maul near the Washington Monument. AP Photo/DC Comics

Warblade goes on the offensive and quickly slices Captain Atom with his sharp blades. Captain Atom responds by blasting him. Finally, Zealot fights Captain Atom. Captain Atom decides to reason with Zealot but she does not listen. Then, he decides to end things. He blasts Zealot. However, Zealot blocks it with her sword and attacks him. She proves to be the superior fighter and soon has Captain Atom on the ground.

As Zealot is about to kill Captain Atom, he remembers a gas main in the underground subway. Captain Atom blasts it creating an explosion that knocks out Zealot. Grifter and Nikola Hanssen arrive on the scene. As Grifter changes into costume and is about to take on Captain Atom, a door takes Captain Atom. He is teleported to the moon and a mysterious woman greets him. She is impressed by his super powers and invites Captain Atom to show him about “real power.”1

In 'Captain Atom: Armageddon' #4, Captain Atom is transported through a door to the moon by The Authority.
In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ (2006) #4, Captain Atom is transported through a door to the moon by The Authority. AP Photo/DC Comics

THE WORLDSTORM IS AVERTED! … OR IS IT?

In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ #6, Captain Atom finally has help to avert the Worldstorm. Angie by orders of Hawksmoor, befriends Captain Atom and acquaints him with the Authority’s brutal methods to deal with tyranny and crime on Earth. Mister Majestic aboard The Carrier with Hawksmoor and the Doctor doubts the former’s plan to deal with the Worldstorm.

Angie the Engineer reports to Hawksmoor on their mission. She receives orders from him to proceed with removing the Void signature from Captain Atom. Angie asks for Captain Atom’s permission to solve his “problem.”2 He remembers Mister Majestic’s advice to not trust anyone, but decides to not heed it. The Engineer attaches herself to Captain Atom’s body and deletes the Void signature at the atomic level.

In 'Captain Atom: Armageddon' #6, Engineer removes the Void signature from Captain Atom averting the Worldstorm.
In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ (2006) #6, Engineer removes the Void signature from Captain Atom averting the Worldstorm. AP Photo/DC Comics

Back at the WILDC.A.T.s.’ base Grifter finds out the truth from Jeremy. Jeremy tells Grifter that Void and Captain Atom both have the Void signature. However, Void has “enough to tip the balance.”2 In fact, Void and Captain Atom should be in the same vicinity, or else in this parallel universe of the DC multiverse, Worldstorm might occur in the Widlstorm Universe. Then, Grifter realizes she is missing. Nikola closes her eyes then she finds herself at the place where she got her Void powers.

Captain Atom finds her there and says he came back to the place because he felt a connection to the place. He remarks maybe she did too. Captain Atom feels relieved meeting her since “you’re not wearing a cape, you’re not shooting laser beams from your eyes or turning your fingers into razors.”2 Captain Atom feeling she is an average human touches her left shoulder. Nikola says “Wait! Don’t…”3 Then an explosion. Nikola turns into Void.

In 'Captain Atom: Armageddon' #6, Captain Atom taps Nikola's shoulder and triggers an explosion.
In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ (2006) #6, Captain Atom taps Nikola’s shoulder and triggers an explosion. AP Photo/DC Comics

‘ARMAGEDDON’: THE WORLDSTORM IS HERE! VOID RESCUES CAPTAIN ATOM

In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ #9, Apollo and Midnighter bring Captain Atom by force onboard the Carrier. It is a fight between the Authority and Captain Atom, highlighting the sort of physical conflict resulting from the presence of different dimensional beings from parallel universes in the DC multiverse. Captain Atom attempts to reason with Hawksmoor.

However, Hawksmoor notes that if Captain Atom is killed the Worldstorm is started, and if Captain Atom is not killed the Worldstorm still starts later. But, Hawksmoor explains that according to the Doctor’s time travel to the future, the Wildstorm Universe does survive the death of Captain Atom. Apollo, eager to get revenge on Captain Atom for giving him a near fatal dose of solar energy in a nuclear reactor he created, attacks Captain Atom with laser beams. The Worldstorm is here!

In 'Captain Atom: Armageddon' #9, Apollo attacks Captain Atom with laser beams, starting the Worldstorm of the Wildstorm Universe.
In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ #9, Apollo attacks Captain Atom with laser beams, starting the Worldstorm of the Wildstorm Universe. AP Photo/DC Comics

The Worldstorm has started. Hawksmoor asks Apollo to absorb Captain Atom’s nuclear energy before the chain reaction is critical, however, he is not sure if Apollo can survive it. Apollo attempts to absorb the energy only to be incinerated. Midnighter laments the death of the man he loves. He attacks and gets incinerated by Captain Atom. Captain Atom states that the Authority can no longer stop the process. Hawksmoor orders the Doctor to free Mister Majestic from his time freeze. Jenny the spirit of the 21st century arrives and also gets incinerated.

Before the Worldstorm starts, Nikola finally accepts her Void persona and her WILDC.A.T.s. connection to the new dead Grifter. When the Worldstorm starts, Void races to the Bleed to help Captain Atom in order “to become whole again.”3 She arrives on the Carrier and does the impossible. Void removes the Void signature from Captain Atom and states: “Finally. I’m whole.”3 Then she says: “Nathaniel… Go home.”3 As Captain Atom is transported back to his parallel Earth in the DC multiverse, he states: “Thank you.”3 Then, Void asks everyone to watch a new Wildstorm Universe end, while a new one begins.

In 'Captain Atom: Armageddon' (2006) #9, Void rescues Captain Atom from the Worldstorm.
In ‘Captain Atom: Armageddon’ (2006) #9, Void rescues Captain Atom from the Worldstorm. AP Photo/DC Comics

SOURCES

Captain Atom: Armageddon #9 in Comic Vine.
Captain Atom: Armageddon #1 in Comic Vine.
Captain Atom: Armageddon #3 in Comic Vine.
Captain Atom: Armageddon #4 in Comic Vine.
Captain Atom: Armageddon #6 in Comic Vine.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Captain Atom: Armageddon #4.
  2. Captain Atom: Armageddon #6.
  3. Captain Atom: Armageddon #9.

Super Power Explained: Is The Omega Effect, Universal Or Multiversal In Power Level?

SUPER POWER

In 'Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey' (1994) #1, Doomsday faces the awesome might of Darkseid!
In ‘Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey’ (1994) #1, Doomsday faces the awesome might of Darkseid! Photo/DC Comics

IN SUPER POWER EXPLAINED

Today, we talk about a destructive super power. I speak of the Omega Effect.

On October 12th, we had Battles Of The Week: Doomsday vs Darkseid. Darkseid actually kills Doomsday “with the unsurpassed force of my Omega Beams.”1 A question that has intrigued fans for some time, is to determine the Power Level of the Omega Effect.

What is the destructive super power called the Omega Effect?

Read on!

The Omega Effect is a strange force of entropy, perhaps a destructive side to the often creative nature of the Source.

It is Darkseid‘s possession of the Omega Effect that allows him to fire his Omega Beams from his eyes. These beams are capable of vaporizing, erasing, as energy blasts/energy beams or transmuting any form of matter, living or non-living. They can send/retrieve something from different places, times, dimensions, and even universes.

Darkseid uses his Omega Beam to send Batman back in time at the climax of Final Crisis. From there Batman had to journey through time in order to get back home to his own time period.

It is practically impossible to avoid, dodge or deflect Darkseid’s Omega Beams, as the beams are able to make sharp turns around obstacles and few can withstand a direct hit from them.

The Omega Effect, Comic Vine

Because the Source is Multiversal in Post-Crisis continuity, it might seem that the Omega Effect super power is also Multiversal in Power Level.

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‘SUPERMAN/DOOMSDAY: HUNTER/PREY’

In 'Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey' (1994) #1, Doomsday faces the awesome might of Darkseid!
In ‘Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey’ (1994) #1, Doomsday faces the awesome might of Darkseid! Photo/DC Comics

In ‘Superman/Doomsday: Hunter Prey’ (1994) #1, Doomsday resurrects then guided by Cyborg Superman, lands on Apokolips. There, a brutal confrontation between Darkseid, the God of Evil, and Doomsday, the Ultimate, follows. Darkseid states in the issue, that he can equal Doomsday’s power. If Darkseid can equal Doomsday’s power then he used the full power of the Omega Effect. During the battle, Darkseid uses the destructive super power to kill Doomsday. However, Doomsday comes back from death and evolves beyond the attack. At the end of the battle, as Doomsday defeats Darkseid, Darkseid says that Doomsday is a being of legend, citing the fear he creates.

In 'Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey #3' (1994), Doomsday throws Superman into Calaton's nuclear reactors causing an explosion "equal to a million nuclear blasts."
In ‘Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey #3’ (1994), Doomsday throws Superman into Calaton’s nuclear reactors causing an explosion “equal to a million nuclear blasts.”
In 'Superman/Doomsday: Hunter Prey #3' (1994), Superman exclaims he has found his limit and can't move, due to surviving the concussive force of an explosion "equal to a million nuclear blasts" on Calaton. Doomsday survives unscathed!
In ‘Superman/Doomsday: Hunter Prey #3’ (1994), Superman exclaims he has found his limit, surviving the concussive force of an explosion “equal to a million nuclear blasts” on Calaton.

In ‘Superman/Doomsday: Hunter Prey #3’ (1994), Doomsday and Superman survive an explosion “equal to a million nuclear blasts!”2 This durability feat is Stellar in Power Level and we used it to rate a similar feat.

In 'Superman/Doomsday: Hunter Prey #3' (1994), Doomsday is taken to the end of time by Superman and Waverider.
In ‘Superman/Doomsday: Hunter Prey #3’ (1994), Doomsday is taken to the end of time by Superman and Waverider. Photo/DC Comics

Since Superman is unable to defeat Doomsday with the help of Mother Box and Waverider, he takes Doomsday to the end of time where the universe is ravaged by the forces of entropy. Doomsday’s destruction ends there. This indicates that Doomsday’s durability is Universal.

As a result, since the Omega Effect succeeded in killing Doomsday once, it is Universal in Power Level. The destructive super power is capable at full power of destroying even the Ultimate. However, Doomsday comes back and evolves from the attack. At the end of time, there is nothing that Doomsday can come back to since the universe is ravaged by the forces of entropy. As Doomsday keeps coming back to an entropic universe, he cannot evolve from entropy, he eventually dies.

ENERGY PROJECTION POWER LEVEL:

UNIVERSAL

                       

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SOURCES

Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey Vol 1 1 in DC Database.
Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey Vol 1 3 in DC Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey #1.
  2. Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey #3.

Feat: Brainiac 5, ‘Justice Society Of America Kingdom Come Special: Magog #1’

BRAINIAC 5 (QUERL DOX)
POST-ZERO HOUR

In ‘Justice Society Of America Kingdom Come Special: Magog ‘ (2009) #1, titled “Magog: The Real Me”, Brainiac 5 performs an intelligence feat. Starman tells of his origin story. During the story, we learn that three Brainiac 5s from a legion of three worlds actually constructed Starboy’s suit as a map of the DC multiverse.

How much intelligence does it take to map the DC multiverse?

In 'Justice Society Of America Kingdom Come Special: Magog #1' #2009 titled "Magog: The Real Me" , Starman tells of his origin story. During the story, we learn that three Brainiac 5s from a legion of three worlds actually constructed Starman's suit as a map of the DC multiverse.
In ‘Justice Society Of America Kingdom Come Special: Magog #1’ #2009″ , Starman tells of his origin story. During the story, we learn that three Brainiac 5s from a legion of three worlds actually constructed Starman’s suit as a map of the DC multiverse. Photo/DC Comics

THE THREE BRAINIAC 5S MAPPED THE DC MULTIVERSE CONSISTING OF 52 PARALLEL UNIVERSES EXISTING IN THE SAME SPACE BUT VIBRATING AT DIFFERENT FREQUENCIES.

THE THREE BRAINIAC 5S GENERATED THE EQUIVALENT OF AT LEAST 7.787 PETAFLOPS OF COMPUTING POWER ENOUGH TO SIMULATE THE EXPANSION OF THE UNIVERSE AT 184.514 BILLION LIGHT YEARS AT TIME 0 OF THE BIG BANG.

INTELLIGENCE SUPER FEAT:

MULTIVERSAL

                       

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Brainiac 5, ‘Justice Society Of America Kingdom Come Special: Magog #1’

SOURCES

‘Final Crisis: Legion Of 3 Worlds’ in DC Database.
‘Justice Society of America Kingdom Come Special Magog Vol 1 1’ in DC Database.

Feat: Flash, ‘JLA’ #3

 

FLASH (WALLY WEST)
NEW EARTH

In ‘JLA’ (1997) #3 titled “War Of The Worlds”, Flash performs a super-strength feat. Flash is fighting the White Martian super-villain called Zum from the Hyperclan. Flash uses the infinite mass punch in order to knock out Zum at escape velocity.

How much super-strength does it take to knock out Zum the White Martian with the infinite mass punch?

In 'JLA' (1997) #3, Zum races the Flash.
In ‘JLA’ (1997) #3, Zum races the Flash. Photo/DC Comics
In 'JLA' (1997) #3, Flash reveals Zum has the powers of Superman with some military training.
In ‘JLA’ (1997) #3, Flash reveals Zum has the powers of Superman with some military training. Photo/DC Comics
In 'JLA' (1997) #3, Flash remembers the Flash fact to use the infinite mass punch against Zum.
In ‘JLA’ (1997) #3, Flash remembers the Flash fact to use the infinite mass punch against Zum. Photo/DC Comics
In 'JLA' (1997) #3, Flash's infinite mass punch sends Zum into escape velocity at seven miles per second.
In ‘JLA’ (1997) #3, Flash performs a super-strength feat. Flash’s infinite mass punch sends Zum into escape velocity at seven miles per second. Photo/DC Comics

FLASH PUNCHED ZUM WITH INFINITE MASS SENDING HIM INTO ESCAPE VELOCITY AT 7 MILES PER SECOND.

THE INFINITE MASS PUNCH REACHED RELATIVISTIC SPEEDS AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT AND GENERATED INFINITE MASS GREATER THAN THE MASS OF THE DC MULTIVERSE.

SUPER-STRENGTH FEAT:

BOUNDLESS

                       

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SOURCES

JLA Vol 1 3 in DC Database.