Prime Earth was formed by the temporal merging of the disparate DC, Vertigo and WildStorm universes, in an effort by Pandora and The Flash to restore the Timestream to its intended nature, in which later revealed to be an unknown being whose manipulating these events.
In this newly made universe, costumed crime fighters are a relatively new phenomenon, with Superman being the first super-powered hero to come to public knowledge. Since then, several other heroes have come to the fore, with the formation of the Justice League. The success of the Justice League activities inspired the United Nations to create the government-sponsored team Justice League International.
Of course, there are also the supervillains, individuals that use their powers to commit evil, as well as N.O.W.H.E.R.E., an organization with a nefarious interest in superhumans and their abilities.
- Batgirl is said to have only been crippled for several years after The Killing Joke, and returns to her position as a street-fighting vigilante having recuperated from her condition.
- Green Arrow is shown to be a much more corporate figure, running Queen Industries by day and fighting crime using their inventions by night.
- The Justice League's origin story is completely rewritten to involve Batman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Aquaman and Superman meeting in one night to fight minions of Darkseid.
- Justice League International are put together for the first time.
- Superman's origin story has been drastically changed, getting rid of his career as Superboy.
- Barry Allen and Iris West are no longer married. In fact, Barry is currently dating his co-worker Patty Spivot.
- Kara Zor-El has just arrived on Earth. Also, her rocket crashed in Kansas this time, not Gotham, and it pierced through the planet until reaching the Siberian steppe.
- Superboy was now cloned by an organization named N.O.W.H.E.R.E.. 
- Dick Grayson is said to have been taken in and adopted by Bruce Wayne at age 16.
- Alan Scott (Earth 2) is now gay and had a boyfriend named Samuel. He is now an avatar of the Green (from which he gets his powers) and his ring is the focus of the Green Flame energy (the embodiment of the Green's power).
- Black Mask's death at the hands of Catwoman was erased from the timeline. In the current timeline, after being shot by Catwoman he survived and staggered to Arkham Asylum where he willingly turned himself in.
As the DCnU does not constitute a full reboot, several characters went on their storylines with little changes.
- Bruce Wayne resumes his title as the only Batman, with Dick Grayson leaving the Batman identity and going back to Nightwing.
- After the events of War of the Green Lanterns, Hal Jordan is taken off as Green Lantern of Sector 2814 and his ring is passed to Sinestro.
- Alec Holland has been resurrected back to being human after the events of Brightest Day.
- The Legion of Super-Heroes are recovering from a major battle and several members become lost in time.
The aftermath of the Darkseid War saw the return of Wally West, who was was freed from the Speed Force by Barry Allen. With his return, he revealed that Prime Earth had been robbed of an entire decade of experiences and memories by some unknown force, and this was the reason the universe did not revert to the way it was before Flashpoint, and why everyone was ten years younger.
In the Fortress of Solitude, Superman reviews the records of his life but he can't help shake the feeling that something is wrong.
- Despite the similarity in name, this universe bears no relation to the Pre-Crisis universe of Earth-Prime.
- Prime Earth is opposite Earth 33 in the structure of the Multiverse, and is directly connected to the Rock of Eternity.
- Prime Earth is one end of the "Axis of Creation" in the local Multiverse with Earth 33.
- The history related for Superman in Action Comics #978 and Henshaw's own memories in Action Comics #980 hint that Prime-Earth's history has been altered as the events related are closer to New Earth history then that of Prime Earth.
- Characters from Prime Earth
- Other things related to Prime Earth
- Prime Earth's Comic Appearances
- Reality Gallery: Prime Earth
Links and References
- ↑ http://www.dccomics.com/characters/earth-0
- ↑ The Multiversity Guidebook Vol 1 1
- ↑ Batgirl (Volume 4) #1
- ↑ Green Arrow (Volume 5) #1
- ↑ Justice League (Volume 2) #1
- ↑ Justice League International (Volume 3) #1
- ↑ Action Comics (Volume 2) #1
- ↑ Flash (Volume 4) #1
- ↑ Supergirl (Volume 6) #1
- ↑ Superboy (Volume 6) #1
- ↑ Newsarama.com
- ↑ Earth 2 #2
- ↑ Earth 2 #2
- ↑ Detective Comics Annual (Volume 2) #1
- ↑ Rogers, Vaneta (June 15, 2011). Harras, Berganza: DCnU Will Keep Much of DC History Intact. Newsarama. Retrieved on September 1, 2011.
- ↑ Green Lantern (Volume 5) #1
- ↑ Swamp Thing (Volume 5) #1
- ↑ DC Universe: Rebirth #1
- ↑ DAN DIDIO Explains How Post-CONVERGENCE 'DCYou' Continuity Works