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.
- Despite the similarity in name, this universe bears no relation to the Pre-Crisis universe of Earth-Prime.
Official DC Comics Description
Blue skies. Lush green trees. Rolling amber hills. Oceans that stretch for thousands of miles. Bustling cities and small towns. Vibrant, colorful life, community and culture. All of it kept safe by a squadron of super heroes known as the Justice League.
If you read DC Comics, then you know Earth-0 well. It’s the home of Superman and Metropolis, Batman and Gotham City, Wonder Woman and Paradise Island. It’s the world where Jonathan and Martha Kent rescued and raised a small baby boy who had arrived from a distant world. Where Bruce Wayne tragically lost his parents as a child. Where Hal Jordan was selected to join a team of emerald-hued heroes, Arthur Curry is the rightful King of Atlantis and Barry Allen’s life was transformed by a fateful bolt of lightning.
Whether they’re the high-powered, high profile heroes who fight as part of the League, or the equally inspiring men and women who have donned costumes and masks to help protect their hometown, all the many young super heroes of Earth-0 are at the peak of their powers and achievements. Yet the same can also be said for the super-villains of this world, of which there are many as well.
- No trivia.
- Characters from Prime Earth
- Other things related to Prime Earth
- Prime Earth's Comic Appearances
- Reality Gallery: Prime Earth
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