THE MULTIVERSITY's Earth-41 Takes on IMAGE COMICS

The Multiversity's Earth-41
The Multiversity's Earth-41
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Assuming The Multiversity writer Grant Morrison has been writing the entries to DC's Map of the Multiverse himself, here's what the writer has to say about newest entry Earth-41, his take on the original Image Comics superhero universe, including Dino-Cop (the Savage Dragon), Spore the 'necro floral' avenger (Spawn) and the Nimrod Squad (Youngblood).

"A dark and often violent world, the nations and communities of Earth-41 vary greatly, existing largely independent of each other and standing united as a world only during rare times of great peril. Perhaps unsurprisingly, much the same can be said of its heroes, who all differ greatly in their look, philosophy and interests. In fact, one could say that it’s almost as if each one was dreamt up by a different individual to represent their image of an ideal super hero.

"How else to explain how the gruff, blue collar Dino-Cop’s workaday approach to preserving the peace could come to coexist alongside the bleak, otherworldly operations of Spore, Earth-41’s 'necro floral' avenger? Along with the Nimrod Squad—made up of hard-light archer Fletch, the stone-with-a-soul Flintstein, actress-turned-hero Vague and more—they protect their people and their planet from threats that are almost as varied as they are, occupying a somewhat eclectic, but still unified corner of the Multiverse."

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