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A parallel universe is a reality created when historical events diverge from the main timeline. Unlike alternate timelines, these occur naturally. Travel to parallel universes became impossible after the Last Great Time War. (DW: Rise of the Cybermen)

In the 1970s, the Doctor visited a parallel universe in which the United Kingdom was a fascist Republic ruled by an alternate Doctor. (DW: Inferno, NA: Timewyrm: Revelation)

For full details see the article Parallel Earth (Inferno).

Circa 1979, the Doctor visited a universe in which the Roman Empire spanned the galaxy and was beginning to conquer other universes. (DWM: The Iron Legion)

One parallel universe was lifeless and empty due to the destruction of Logopolis in 1981. (PDA: The Quantum Archangel)

In the 1990s, Carbury was invaded by knights from a parallel universe which bore similarities to Arthurian legend. (DW: Battlefield)

For full details see the article Arthur's World.

In 2007, the Doctor, Rose Tyler and Mickey Smith visited a universe in which Rose's father was still alive. (DW: Rise of the Cybermen)

For full details see the article Pete's World.

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An alternate universe (also called a parallel universe, alternate reality or alternate quantum reality) is a universe which differs in some way from one's own universe. Some alternate universes are classified as alternate timelines, where the differences between universes can be attributed to an alternate outcome of some past event. Others, however, differ in more dramatic ways, such as differing laws of physics, that cannot be easily explained by diverging histories. All alternate universes taken together form the multiverse.


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This is a disambiguation page. A number of articles are associated with the title Alternate reality.
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Alternate reality may refer to:

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The Multiverse, also known as the Omniverse, is the collection of alternate universes that share a universal hierarchy. A large variety of these universes were originated from another due to a major decision on the part of a character. Some can seem to be taking place in the past or future due to differences in how time passes in each universe. Often, new universes are born due to time traveling, another name for these new universes is an "alternate timeline".

Earth-616 is the established main universe where the majority of Marvel books take place.

In each universe, a Captain Britain protects the British Isles. Altogether, the Captains make up the Captain Britain Corps.


Dimension vs. Universe

Dimensions and Universes are not the same thing. Many dimensions can exist in one universe. For instance, Mephisto and Dormammu both come from different dimensions, but belong to the same universe (Earth-616).


2005's Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Alternate Universes compiles all of the then-known universes in a Earth-number format. Supposedly, the method of delineating a Universe's number is to derive the numbers from the publication date of the issue where the universe first appeared. First being the two-digit year followed by the number of the month. For instance, it is commonly and erroneously thought that "Earth-616" was named after the publication date of Fantastic Four #1, 61 from its year of publication and 6 from June.

Universe Listing

A list of alternate universes with known numerical designations resides below. Many other alternates have been visited or explored, but are yet to be named by Marvel.

Name First Appearance Notes
Earth-0 Comics:Thor #162 (March, 1989) Known as the Reality that Existed Before the Big Bang. Home to DSpayre, Dweller-in-Darkness, Galactus, Taa.
also known as Turingville
Mighty to Marvel #13 (1984) Also known as Turingville, Earth-9 is a cyberneticly governed world where robotic life rebelled, taking over the planet. This resulted in a seemingly democratic utopia. Home to Saturnyne and Officer Joe Pi.
Earth-12 Exiles #1 (2001) Mimic of the Exiles was born here.
Earth-15 Exiles #12 (known)
Exiles #83 (2006) (seen)
Spider's (from Weapon X) birthplace.
Earth-23 Marvel Mangaverse: Fantastic Four #1 See: Earth-2301.
Earth-27 Exiles #83 (2006) Magnus' birthplace, (son of Rogue and Magneto). Magnus' was not returned to Earth-27 until Exiles #83.
Earth-33 Fantastic Four: Unstable Molecules #1 (2001) A 1950's, powerless version of the Fantastic Four, including Susan Sturm, reside here.
Earth-36 Thing: Night Falls on Yancy Street #1 (2003) Hazel Donovan's birthplace.
Earth-65 Excalibur #44 (1991) Brother Brit-Man's birthplace.
also known as Earth 1961
Fantastic Four Annual 1998 (1998) The same history as Earth-616 except until Gwen Stacy died in 1973, where this universe's characters began to age in real-time.
Earth-110 Fantastic Four: Big Town #1 (2001) Reed Richards developed technology for the entire globe.
Earth-111 Fantastic Four Vol 3 #47 (2001) The Challengers of Doom birthplace.
Earth-127 Exiles #83 This reality's versions of Magneto, Wolverine, Scarlet Warlock Quicksilver, and Mesmero accidentally combined to form Brother Mutant.
also known as Ee'rath
Excalibur #1 (1988) This Universe adopted Kylun.
Earth-172 Exiles #83 Wolverine's home world (from Weapon X).
Earth-181 Exiles #62 (mentioned)
Exiles #83 (seen)
Daredevil's home world (from Weapon X).
also known as Crooked World
Marvel Super-Heroes #377 (1981) Crooked World is home to Captain UK, the Fury, Mad Jim Jaspers; it was eliminated by Mandragon while trying to destroy the threat of Mad Jim Jaspers and the Fury. Home to various counterparts of British comic book characters of the 1950s and 1960s.
Earth-253 X-Man #71 (2001) The Protectorate, whose members included Professor X and Thor, resided here. It was oblitterated by Qabiri against Nate Grey's wishes in X-Man #72.
also known as the Age of Apocalypse
X-Men Alpha (1995) Professor X was accidentally killed by the time-traveling mutant Legion, causing his dream of human and mutant harmony to never come into existance. Magneto leads the X-Men against Apocalypse. Blink, Sabretooth, X-Man, Dark Beast, Holocaust, and Sugar Man all hail from this reality. It was thought to be destroyed, (in X-Men Omega), but turned out to still be in existence in Age of Apocalypse #1.
Earth-305 Mighty to Marvel #13 (1984) Captain Angleterre's home world.
also known as 1602
1602 #6 (2003) A reality where modern-day Captain America was sent back in time to 1587 A.D. thus altering the timeline. Caused the heroic age to occur in the year 1602. The damage was fixed by Thor and Enrique, causing Rojhaz (Captain America) to be returned to the future along with Nicolas Fury. Preserved by Uatu the Watcher and his superior, this world was previously designated Earth-616.
Earth-312 Exiles #35 (2003) In a slower moving timeline, Ben Grimm went into a berserker rage due to his transformation into the Thing.
Earth-313 Knights of Pendragon Vol 2 #9 (1993) The Lemurians' home world. It was nearly destroyed by a nuclear device in order to save the Araknoids. Gawain, Albion, and Breeze James came to help repair it.
Earth-355 Avengers #355 (1992) The Gatherers' Coal Tiger's home world.
Earth-371 Exiles #23 (mentioned)
Exiles #83 (2006)
Gambit's home world (from Weapon X).
Earth-374 Avengers #344 (1992) Proctor, Sersi, and Ute's home world.
Earth-398 Avengers Vol 3 #2 (1998) Constructed out of a reality warp by Morgan le Fay. She was Queen of a medieval world with the Queen's Vengeance as her staff.
Earth-460 1602 #8 (2003) Purple Man became President, and sent Captain America back to 1602 A.D. of Earth-616. This caused 1602 A.D. of Earth-616 to become Earth-311.
Earth-520 Exiles #83 Wolverine was recently given his adamantium skeleton by the Weapon X program.
Earth-522 Daredevils #6 (1983) Home to Captain England.
Earth-523 Daredevils #6 (1983) Home to Captain Albion. This world is a newer version of Elizabethan England whose empire successfully includes America and most of Asia in a veritable utopia.
Earth-541 An alternate Starbrand as global monarch.
Earth-552 Exiles #75 Galactus brings life to dead planets instead of sucking the life out of life ones.
Earth-555 Newuniversal #1 Newuniversal.
Earth-597 Excalibur Vol 1 #9 (1989) The Nazis won World War II. Home to Hauptmann Englande and the Lightning Force.
Earth-616 Motion Picture Funnies Weekly #1 (1939) Main universe of Marvel comics. Other universes are usually compared to this one.
Earth-653 Exiles #83 Home to Mesmero from Weapon X.
Earth-665 Not Brand Ecch #1 (1967) Home to Forbush Man.
Earth-666 Supernaturals #1 (1998) Home to a team composed of supernatural versions of Brother Voodoo and Black Cat as well as others.
Earth-689 Avengers Annual #2 (1968) Scarlet Centurion convinced this reality's Avengers to entrap the super heroes. They were defeated by Earth-616's Avengers.
Earth-691 Marvel Super-Heroes Vol 2 #18 (1969) Home world to Guardians of the Galaxy, Killraven (Alternate future version), and Woden, who is the son of Thor.
also known as the Amalgam Universe
Marvel vs. DC #3 (1995) (seen)
Fantastic Four: Marvel Encyclopedia (2004) (named)
Created by merging of the Marvel Universe (Earth-616) and the DC Universe, Earth-692 was "Earth-9602" in Marvel vs. DC #3.
Earth-700 Marvel: Lost Generation #8 (2000) Home to Cassandra Locke.
also known as Earth-S
Avengers Vol 1 #85 (1971) Home to the Squadron Supreme.
Earth-714 Exiles #83 Home to Angel from Weapon X.
Earth-715 Savage Tales Vol 1 #1 (1971) Femizonia reality. Home to Thundra before merging with Machus.
Earth-717 What If? Vol 4 #1 Captain America was alive during the Civil War; Originally thought to apply to all of the 2005 “What If” stories but has been designated to only one.
also known as Earth-A
Fantastic Four Vol 1 #118 (1972). Only two members (Ben Grimm and Reed Richards) of the Fantastic Four were on board the spaceship when they were exposed to the cosmic rays. Richards became the Thing and Grimm became Mr. Fantastic.
Earth-723 A Starbrand unified the planet with music.
Earth-741 Mighty to Marvel #13 (1984) Home to Captain Empire.
Earth-744 Daredevils #7 (1983) Home to Captain Airstrip-One. Very similar to the novel 1984 by George Orwell.
Earth-772 What If? Vol 1 #1 (1977) Home to the Fantastic Five, who included the mainstream four and Spider-Man.
Earth-774 What If? Vol 1 #2 (1977) Alternate reality where the Hulk kept Bruce Banner's mental capacity.
Earth-794 Captain Britain Vol 1 #6 (1985) Home to Kaptain Briton and Opul Lun Sat-yr-nin. Captain UK was sent here by Roma to cause the downfall of Sat-yr9.
Earth-797 Exiles Vol 1 #99 (2007) Home to Raphael-Raven Darkholme. Visited, briefly, by the Exiles.
Earth-808 What If? Vol 1 #22 (1980) Doctor Doom saved his mother's soul from the evil Mephisto.
also known as Days of Future Past
X-Men Vol 1 #141 (1981) Mutants live in concentration camps and robot Sentinels reign over the United States. Deviates when the X-Men fail to stop Senator Kelly being murdered by the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.
Earth-829 Hercules Vol 1 #1 (1982) Hercules in the 24th Century.
Earth-839 Excalibur Vol 1 #44 (1991) Captain UK was reassigned here after overcoming Sat-Yr-9.
Earth-846 Mighty to Marvel #13 (1984) Kaiser Wilhelm II won World War I. Home to Kommandant Englander.
Earth-873 Exiles #40 (mentioned)
Exiles #83 (2006) (seen)
Home to the Hulk (Bruce Banner) from Weapon X.
Earth-886 A female Starbrand protects the world from evil forces.
Earth-892 X-Men/Dr. Doom: Chaos Engine (2001) Doctor Doom used a defective cosmic cube to temporarily combine this reality with Earth-616 in a plan to rule the world.
X-Men Millennial Visions 2000
Home to the X-Punks.
Earth-907 What If? Vol 2 #15 (1990) Reed Richards was put to death during the trial of Galactus; the residual members of the Fantastic Four ruined the Shi'ar Throneworld and killed themselves to stop the interplanetary coalition from obliterating Earth.
Earth-912 What If? Vol 2 #22 (1991) Home to the Fantastic Five, which incorporated the mainstream Fantastic Four and the Silver Surfer.
Earth-917 What If? Vol 2 #27 (1991) Home to the Fantastic Five which integrated the mainstream Fantastic Four and Namor. Sue married Namor as an alternative to Reed.
Earth-920 Daredevils #7 (1983) Home to Captain Commonwealth.
Earth-921 Avengers Vol 1 #343 (1992) Home to the Gatherers' Swordsman.
Earth-924 Excalibur Vol 1 #49 (1992) Home to Calibur, an alternate adaptation of Excalibur.
also known as 2099 Universe
Spider-Man 2099 #1 Home to Spider-Man 2099, X-Men 2099, Hulk 2099 and others.
Earth-929 What If? Vol 1 #41 (1992) Reed Richards’ rocket crashed, killing everyone on board. Galactus battled the Avengers and Uatu sacrificed himself to Galactus to avert earth's obliteration.
Earth-932 Avengers Vol 1 #359 (1993) Home to Anti-Vision of the Gatherers.
Earth-938 What If? Vol 2 #52 (1993) Dr. Doom became Sorcerer Supreme. He later used the Fantastic Four to gain the Merlin Stones to defeat Dormammu.
Earth-943 Avengers Vol 1 #372 (1994) Home to the Gatherers' Jocasta.
Earth-944 Fantastic Four Vol 1 #387 (1994) Home to Dark Raider. Earth consumed by Galactus. Reed Richards endured and held himself responsible.
Earth-952 What If? Vol 2 #70 (1995) Silver Surfer didn’t deceive Galactus, who then devoured Earth. The Fantastic Four survived and become his heralds.
Earth-957 What If? Vol 2 #75 (1995) Blink endured her altercation with Harvest and achieved the power of the In-Betweener, becoming his trainee after her efforts to generate an ideal Earth ended in tragedy.
Earth-967 Fantastic Four Vol 1 #414 (1996) Home to Hyperstorm, son of Franklin Richards and Rachel Summers; a deviation of Earth-811 (Days of Future Past).
Earth-969 What If? Vol 2 #89 (1996) Doctor Doom schemed to stop an uncontrollable Fantastic Four from forming.
also known as MC2
What If? Vol 2 #105 (1998) Home to Spider-Girl, J2, A-Next, Wild Thing, the Fantastic Five, and others.
Earth-985 What If? Vol 2 #108 (1998) The Carnage symbiote was able to link with the Silver Surfer long enough to manifest cosmic powers and ultimately battle the Avengers.
Earth-989 What If? Vol 1 #109 (1989) Ben Grimm stayed in Liddleville.
Earth-998 X-Man #63 (2000) (seen)
X-Man #68 (2000) (named)
America is lorded over by the Red Queen (Jean Grey) from a hovering metropolis.
Earth-999 Home to the Special Legion of Machine Avengers Executive.
Earth-1000 Domination Factor: Fantastic Four #3.5 (2000) Home to Knorda and Praxis.
Earth-1009 Exiles Vol 1 #99 (2007) Home to Rogue (Anna Raven) and the Royal Avengers. Briefly visited by the Exiles.
Earth-1029 Home to Hulk (Jennifer Walters) of Weapon X.
Earth-1089 What If? Vol 2 #4 (1989) The Venom symbiote effectively overcame Spider-Man.
Earth-1090 Humanity has a group mind.
Earth-1112 Fantastic Four Vol 3 #47 (2001) Malice slaughters the Fantastic Four.
Earth-1115 Fantastic Four Vol 3 #47 (2001) Susan Storm is Queen of Atlantis.
Earth-1116 Fantastic Four Vol 3 #47 (2001) Atlanterra.
Earth-1121 Paradise X: Heralds #1 (2001) Humanity uses nuclear weapons against the Squadron Supreme because of the Utopia Program; only Hyperion lives on. An alternate version of Earth-712.
Earth-1122 Paradise X: Heralds #1 (2001) Home to Spider-Girl/May Parker, the descendant of Ben Reilly.
Earth-1123 Home to High Evolutionary's Counter-Earth.
Earth-1136 Funny Pages #6 (1936) (golden age)
Protectors #1 (1992) (modern age)
Home to Zardi the Eternal Man, Amazing Man, and Skyrocket Steele.
Earth-1189 Excalibur Vol 1 #15 (1989) Earth is devastated by nuclear war. Home to Captain Britain (Meggan).
Earth-1191 Uncanny X-Men #282 Home to Bishop, Trevor Fitzroy and Shard as well as the XSE & the XUE; alternative future set in 2080 A.D. This universe had it's own "Days of Future Past" in the past, then had it’s own version of the Summers’ Rebellion.
Earth-1193 Excalibur Vol 1 #12 (1989) Home to Captain Marshall.
Earth-1218 New Exiles #3 (2008) Earth Designation of our own reality.
Earth-1228 What If? Vol 1 #11 (1978) Marvel Bullpen empowered by Cosmic Rays from mysterious box (sent from the S People) and develop into the Fantastic Four.
Earth-1241 Comedy Comics #9 (1942) Home to Captain Dash and Manmon. Occurs in the 31st century with superior technology but very little space exploration.
Earth-1282 Excalibur Vol 1 #24 (1990) Home to Captain Cymru. Designation of this Earth came from the date of the overpowering of the last Welsh King by the English.
Earth-1287 Strikeforce: Morituri #1 (1986) Home to Strikeforce: Morituri. (In Exiles #83, Earth-1287 is mistakenly designated as the home of Weapon X's version of Maverick).
Earth-1289 Excalibur Vol 1 #16 (1989) Home to Lockheed and Kymri, who resembles Nightcrawler. Nightcrawler marries Kymri in Chris Claremont's X-Men: The End, and the two split the duties of Captain Britain.
also known as Mutant X
Mutant X #1 (1998) Earth-616 Havok was sent here. Home to the Six.
Earth-1508 Excalibur Vol 1 #24 (1990) Home to Chevalier Bretagne.
also known as Ultimate Marvel
Ultimate Spider-Man #1 (2000) Re-creation of the Marvel Universe for modern times. Began with Ultimate Spider-Man and Ultimate X-Men. Eventually generated more than two more books including one based on the Avengers (Ultimates) and one based on the Fantastic Four.
Earth-1629 X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine (2003) Home to Dr. Henry P. Stanton that was chosen by Merlyn to serve as the doctor at the Core Continuum.
Earth-1812 X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine (2003) Home to Dr. Henry P. Stanton that was chosen by Merlyn to serve as the doctor at the Core Continuum.
Earth-1812 Captain Britain Vol 2 #13 (1986) Home to Captain Granbretan; a world where Napoleon conquered Britain.
Earth-Operation: Zero Tolerance
Exiles #1-2 Where Charles Xavier is a mass murderer and Magneto is a savior; Operation: Zero Tolerance is a absolute victory and all the world's super-powers are locked away.
Earth-1880 Exiles #85 Home to a younger version of James Howlett who just learned about his mutant abilities.
Earth-1917 Exiles #83 (2006) Home to Colossus from Weapon X.
Earth-1987 Alternate version of the Fantastic Four. Includes Human Torch, Invisible Girl, Mr. Fantastic, and She-Hulk. Was visited by the Exiles.
also known as Geshem
Wolverine: Rahne of Terra (1991) A medieval-fantasy world ruled by Wolfsbane (Queen Rain) and her Prince Consort, Douglas (Doug Cypher). Most X-Men characters have equivalents here, and all are members of Rain's court, while the villains oppose her rule.
Earth-2000 X-Men: Mutant Academy Earth-assignation of the X-Men: Mutant Academy video game.
Earth-2002 X-Men: Next Dimension Earth-assignation of the X-Men: Next Dimension video game.
Earth-2020 Exiles #83 (2006) Home to Iron Man (Earth-2020) from Weapon X.
Earth-2030 Exiles #18 Where Callisto is Sorceress Supreme.
Earth-2120 Killraven Vol 2 #1 (2001) Alternative Killraven.
Earth-2122 Excalibur Vol 1 #21 (1990) Home to Crusader X; the UK still runs America.
also known as Marvel Zombies
Ultimate Fantastic Four #21 (2005) Zombie world; an infected Sentry (Robert Reynolds) unintentionally spread a virus that zombified most costumed heroes while killing the remaining few.
Earth-2182 X-Men Millennial Visions 2000 Home to Talia Wagner of the Exiles.
Earth-2189 Exiles #83 (2006) Home to Namora from the Exiles.
also known as the Marvel Mangaverse
Marvel Mangaverse: New Dawn #1 (2002) Recreation of the Marvel Universe in manga style.
Earth-2318 Where the Savage Land spans two continents.
Earth-2600 Exiles #12 (2002) Exiles and Weapon X sent to slay David Richards; Sabretooth of the Age of Apocalypse turned against Weapon X and stayed in this reality to raise David. After twenty years raising David and the other kids, their powers surfaced and David orchestrated the systematic destruction of Sentinel factories around the world. Blink arrived on the night before the attack on the Sentinels, and David synchronized the assault by connecting the minds of the mutants. David then forced Blink to transport him into the Strategic Sentinel Command and kill the designers by fusing them with solid matter. These actions forced Sabretooth to track down and murder David.
Earth-2912 What If? Vol. 8 #2 After the Civil War Captain America survives his assassination but instead Iron Man is killed by Bill Foster's nephew blaming him for his uncle's death.
also known as the Marvel Knights 2099 Universe
Black Panther 2099 #1 (2004) (Alternate 2099 A.D.) Features characters unique to the original 2099 universe.
Earth-3031 Exiles #83 (2006) Home to Kane from Weapon X.
Earth-3123 What If? Vol 1 #23 (1980) Aunt May is bitten by a radioactive spider.
Earth-3470 Exiles #84 (2006) Home to Heather Hudson, of the the Exiles.
Earth-3515 Thor Vol 2 #34 (2001) (mentioned)
Thor Vol 2 #35 (2001) (seen)
"Thor: The Reigning"
also known as Monster Planet
Exiles #66 (2005) Home to Doctor Curt Conners' "Science Squad."
Earth-3913 Captain Britain murdered Dai Thomas.
Earth-3931 Where the Avengers were vampires.
Earth-4023 Exiles #38 (2004) (mentioned)
Exiles #63 (2005) (seen)
Hyperion made himself king of the world, while everyone else was killed during the nuclear attack in opposition to him.
Earth-4040 Daring Mystery Comics #3 (1940) Home to Breeze Barton; Earth is wrecked following World War II so the leftovers of civilization are endangered by barbarians.
Earth-4096 Mystic Comics #2 (1940) Home to Space Rangers, Black Hawk, and Carl Formes. Takes place in 2300 A.D. extensive treks in space are possible. Tourists are susceptible to space pirates.
Earth-4100 Excalibur Vol 1 #24 (1990) Home to Centurion Britannus; Designation for this Earth is from the year the Romans left Britain.
also known as Earth Aware Reality
Exiles Vol 1 52 (2004) Home to where Ego the Living Planet turns Earth into a sentient planet.
Earth-4210 Exiles #83 (2006) Home to Magik from the Exiles.
Earth-4263 Daring Mystery Comics #8 (1942) Home to Captain Daring. Takes place in 3050 A.D. and worldwide peace is in danger by a re-energized Hitler.
also known as Marvel: The End
Marvel Universe: The End #1 (2003) The pharaoh Akhenaten became cosmically powered and wiped out most heroes in the Marvel Universe.
Earth-4400 Exiles #43 (2004) Exiles fought a Hyperion-led Weapon X.
Earth-4732 Exiles #83 (2006) Home to Ms. Marvel from Weapon X.
Earth-4871 X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine: Book Two (2003) Threatened to be obliterated by the World Ripper of Earth-4872, but was exposed to have been shattered in X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine: Book Two.
Earth-4872 X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine (2003) Caused by Merlyn, the damage to the World Ripper caused the annihilation of the Skrull home world and then threatened "adjacent" realities, forcing Merlyn to demolish this reality.
Earth-4873 X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine: Book Two (2003) Threatened to be obliterated by the World Ripper of Earth-4872, but was exposed to have been shattered in X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine: Book Two.
also known as Earth Askani
X-Factor Vol 1 #67 (1991) Nathan Summers was sent to the future to save his life. Here he became Cable.
Earth-5012 Marvel Team-up Vol 3 #2 (2005) Home reality of Iron Maniac, who killed the Black Widow and Wolverine of that reality before he was sent to Earth-616.
Earth-5021 Exiles #5 (2001) Deadpool's home world (from Weapon X)
Earth-5106 Space Squadron #1 (1951) Home to Jet Dixon, Dawn Revere, Rusty Blake, and LLA 38; an advanced reality set in the year 2000.
Earth-5127 X-Men/Red Skull: Chaos Engine: Book Three (2003) (mentioned) Roma, of the House of Fallon, is the goddess Dallentré.
Earth-5200 Marvel Knights: 4 #16 (2005) An alternative future lorded over by Doctor Doom. Visited by Earth-616's version of Human Torch.
Earth-5211 Exiles #85 Home to Albert and Elsie Dee; recruited to help destroy Brother Mutant.
Earth-5311 Uncanny X-Men #153 (1982) Kitty's Fairy Tale reality; home to Lockheed and Bamfs.
Earth-5391 Spaceman Speed Carter (1953) Home to Speed Carter, Crash Morgan, Stellar Stone, and General Stone. The local year is 2075 A.D.
Earth-5423 Exiles Vol 1 #50 (2004) A world where Calvin Rankin made the choice not to take Professor X's help and training, but became the world's deadliest criminal instead.
Earth-5464 Daring Mystery Comics #4 (1940) Home to Whirlwind Carter. Humanity has spread to Venus and beyond. Earth is in danger from aliens, but protected by the interplanetary Secret Service.
Earth-5555 Dragon's Claws #1 (1988) Local year is 8162 A.D. Home to Dragon’s Claws and the bounty-hunting Death's Head.
also known as Earth-5692
Exiles #8 (2002) Reality where Earth was conquered by Skrulls who left when Galactus and his herald Terrax was sighted heading towards the planet. Former superpowered slaves and Exiles managed to drive Galactus away by using an antimatter bomb on him.
Earth-5700 Wolverine: Days of Future Now #1 (2005) Alternative Days of Future Past.
Earth-5701 Cable & Deadpool #15 (2005) Alternative Age of Apocalypse.
Earth-6025 Marvel Team-Up Vol 3 #15 (2006) (mentioned) Chronok's home reality.
Earth-6141 New Excalibur #1 (2006) (mentioned) Home of Shadow-X
Earth-6215 Marvel Team-Up Vol 3 #15 (2006) Original home of the League of Losers.
also known as Other-Earth
Fantastic Four Vol 1 #19 (1963) Home to Kang the Conqueror, temporarily ruled by Nathaniel Richards.
Earth-6375 Proteus' entry in the All New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (2006) Proteus arrived in era of Marvel 2099 (Earth-928), and his actions caused a divergence into Earth-6375.
Earth-6799 Spider-Man 1967 cartoon
Earth-6871 Captain America: The Great Gold Steal (1968) A freelance Red Skull impersonated an individual named "Eagle," and created a small group of criminals in order to steal $13 billion worth of gold from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Earth-7412 Fantastic Four Vol 1 #153 (1974) Created from merging the realities Machus and Femizonia.
Earth-7484 Astonishing Tales #25 (1974) Home to Deathlok the Demolisher.
Earth-7511 Iron Man Vol 1 #80 (1975) Disjointed America.
Earth-7712 What If? Vol 1 #6 (1977) Home to Big Brain, Dragonfly, Mandroid, and Ultra-Woman. They encompass a Fantastic Four with alternative powers. The reality was possibly destroyed by Vangaard.
also known as Earth-M or Earth-Moebius
The Silver Surfer (1978) Home to Ardina.
Earth-7910 What If? Vol 1 #17 (1978) Ghost Rider is a villain.
Earth-7940 Marvel Two-In-One #50 (1979) Galactus eats the Earth, but life endures.
Earth-7964 X-Men Legends video game universe
Earth-8009 Marvel Two-In-One #67 (1980) Thundra’s becomes leader of the Sisterhood; this reality's Femizonia was never occupied by Machus.
Earth-8107 Home to the comic version of the Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends television series.
Earth-8110 What If? Vol 1 #29 (1981) Scarlet Centurion persuaded the Avengers to detain the world's super-heroes and then retire, although they briefly converted and overpowered him when he attempted to conquer the Earth; deviated from Avengers Annual #2.
Earth-8158 X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine (2003) Home to Z'Nox.
Earth-8208 Bizarre Adventures #32 (1982) The Celestials' Chosen Ones come back to earth in 2160 A.D.
Earth-8212 What If? Vol 1 #35 (1981) Home to the Reed Richards Rocket Group.
Earth-8222 What If? Vol 1 #31 (1981) The Thing becomes a threat and efforts to stop him deactivate the Fantastic Four’s powers.
also known as Larval Earth
Marvel Tails #1 (1983) Home to the spectacular Spider-Ham, Punfisher, X-Bugs.
Earth-8312 What If? Vol 1 #42 (1983) Invisible Woman expired giving birth to Franklin; Mr. Fantastic sought retribution from Annihilus and then committed suicide.
Earth-8321 What If? Vol 1 #37 (1983) The Thing persisted to mutate from Virus X and is ultimately healed. Giant-Man joined the Fantastic Four.
Earth-8336 Bizarre Adventures Vol 1 #34 (1983) Home of the Son of Santa.
Earth-8351 What If? Volume 7 #1 Spider-Man & Wolverine stayed in Europe to protect Charlemagne's sister Alex, joined Nebo in terminating terrorist groups as life's mission.
Earth-8410 Machine Man Vol 2 #1 (1984) Set in 2020 AD; home to Iron Man 2020 and Death's Head II (Minion), Death Wreck, Death Metal, and Wild Thing (Nikki Doyle).
Earth-8649 Exiles #3-4 (2001) Dark Phoenix is on trial, but is not a clone, and not the Phoenix Force posing as Jean Grey
Earth-8720 New Mutants Vol 1 #48 (1987) Alternative Days of Future Past.
Earth-8810 Fantastic Four Vol 1 #338 (1988) Black Celestial and Galactus created a "Time Bubble."
Earth-8908 Home to the Nth Man.
Earth-8910 Excalibur Vol 1 #14 (1989) Home to Cap’n Brit; Earth was devastated by Galactus and repopulated by the Impossible Man.
Earth-8912 Iron Man Vol 1 #250 (1989) Home to Young Arthur and Iron Man (Andros Stark). Takes place in 2093 A.D.
Earth-8919 Pryde of the X-Men Earth-assignation of Pryde of the X-Men.
Earth-8982 What If? Vol 2 #2 Daredevil killed Kingpin.
Earth-9006 Excalibur Vol 1 #24 (1990) Home to Lady London.
Earth-9010 Marvel Comics Presents #61 (1990) Marjorie Brinks leads a conflict against demon-like Sun.
Earth-9011 What If? Vol 2 #18 (1990) "Fantastic Four" fought Doom before acquiring abilities; Reed Richards assisted Doom get back his mother; Doom then seeks vengeance for being proven inferior and ends up empowering the Fantastic Four.
Earth-9021 What If? Vol 8 #1 (2009) During the closing events of House of M the Scarlet Witch cause all of Earth's superpowered heroes and villains to lose their powers.
Earth-9031 What If? Vol 2 #11 (1990) All Fantastic Four members acquire flame abilities and give up being heroes after accidentally killing a kid in a fire; Ben came back as the Human Torch and became a member of the Avengers.
Earth-9032 What If? Vol 2 #11 (1990) All Fantastic Four members acquire stretch abilities and quit heroism due to shame; Johnny became an entertainer named Mr. Fantastic.
Earth-9033 What If? Vol 2 #11 (1990) All Fantastic Four members became grotesque and withdraw to Monster Isle.
Earth-9034 What If? #11 (1990) All Fantastic Four members acquire invisible abilities and become secret agents for SHIELD.
Earth-9061 Fantastic Four Vol 1 #341 (1990) Stalin Android.
Earth-9105 New Warriors Vol 1 #11 (1991) "Forever Yesterday"
Earth-9111 Excalibur Vol 1 #44 (1991) Home to Sister Gaia.
Earth-9140 What If? Vol 2 #24 (1991) Wolverine became "Lord of Vampires." Destroyed by the Punisher.
also known as Dystopia
Hulk: Future Imperfect #1 (1992) Home to the dictatorial Maestro.
Earth-9250 What If? Vol 2 #37 (1992) Wolverine became "Lord of Vampires," and murdered the Punisher.
Earth-9260 What If? Vol 2 #38 (1992) Seth dominated Asgard and incarcerated and enchanted Thor, nearly murdered and engaged the power of Odin.
Earth-9309 Spider-Man 2099 #11 (1993) (mentioned) Home to Thanatos.
also known as Irth
Excalibur Annual #1 (1993) Home to Ghath and Khaos.
Earth-9391 X-Men Video Game Earth-assignation of the X-Men Video Game.
Earth-9413 Mentioned in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Alternate Universes 2005 in the entry on 2020 A.D. (Earth-8410).
Earth-9500 Spider-Man 2099 Meets Spider-Man #1 (1995) Home to Spider-Man (Max Borne), Hobgoblin (Robin Borne), and Chameleon; Local year is 2211 A.D.
Earth-9510 What If? Vol 2 #78 (1995) Original Fantastic Four murdered by De’lila; new FF (Ghost Rider, Wolverine, Hulk and Spider-Man) disbanded after being beaten by Abomination, Devos, Lady Deathstrike and Paibok.
Earth-9511 Avengers: Last Avengers Story #1 (1995) The government established a plan to capture and execute super-villains, causing an gap among superheroes and the United States Government. In addition, Quicksilver unintentionally murdered the Scarlet Witch, and the Hulk ripped Tigra in half.
also known as The Amalgam Universe
DC vs. Marvel #3 An amalgam “pocket universe.”
Earth-9620 Excalibur Vol 1 #66 (1996) Days of Future Tense alternative future.
Earth-9809 Fantastic Four Vol 3 #9 (1998) Home to Caledonia.
Earth-9811 What If? Vol 2 #114 (1998) Secret Wars contestants were trapped on Battleworld. Their children subsequently return to Earth.
Earth-9812 Avengers Forever #1-12 (1998) A galatic army patterned after the Avengers, go to conquer the galaxy.
Earth-9815 Marvel Team-Up Vol 2 #5 (1998) Spider-Man declined Authority's instructions to imprison the Globe of Ultimate Knowledge, forcing him to face up to the Leader's Humanoid robots alone. Authority was killed, and the Humanoids learned all the knowledge they could while scattering across the globe, murdering all opposition.
Earth-9870 X-Men & Spider-Men: Time's Arrow: The Future (1998) Takes place in 4000 A.D. Aliya stayed alive instead of Cable.
Earth-9890 Excalibur Vol 1 #124 (1998) Home to Privateer Albion.
Earth-9891 X-Men & Spider-Man: Time's Arrow: The Future (1998) Home to Dream Summers; alternative Days of Future Past in 2035 AD.
Earth-9892 X-Men & Spider-Man: Time's Arrow: The Future (1998) Home to Ravonna and takes place in the 41st century; Kang ran into Ravonna before he tried to conquer her realm and attempted to marry her, but the X-Men told her of his true nature. Kang attempted to kill them and accidentally killed Ravonna instead; Kang then had his armor stripped and was placed in everlasting incarceration.
Earth-9904 Home to 1950's Avengers.
Earth-9907 A-Next #7 (1999) (mentioned)
A-Next #10 (1999) (seen)
Home to Doom and Thunderguard.
Earth-9910 Bishop: The Last X-Man #1 (1999) Chronomancer's World.
Earth-9921 Home to New Sun
Earth-9930 Avengers Forever #4 (1999) Killraven as an Avenger.
also known as Earth-Charnel
Death3 #1 (1993). Earth occupied by Charnel (Baron Strucker VI); surviving heroes consist of the Avengers and the X-Saviours.
also known as Earth X
Earth X Sketchbook (1999) Alex Ross' future of the Marvel Universe. It is discovered in issue #11 of Paradise X’’, which that the proceedings shown in the series are not set in an alternate future as first understood, but an alternate present—the issue makes known that Paradise X is set in 2003, the year of publication.
Earth-10005 X-Men (film) Earth-assignation for the three X-Men films.
Earth-10101 Exiles #83 (2006) Home to Vision from Weapon X.
Earth-11052 X-Men: Evolution Earth-assignation for the X-Men: Evolution.
Earth-11113 Fantastic Four Vol 3 #47 (2001) Home to the Five for the Future.
Earth-11777 Captain America (1944; film serial) Home to Marvel characters that lack adaptations on the printed page, but have been in feature films and television shows.
Earth-11993 What If? Vol 2 #45 (1993) Barbara Ketch became Ghost Rider; Dan Ketch murdered.
Earth-14026 What If? Vol 6 #2 (2008) The Annihilation Wave reaches Earth during the climax of the Superhero Registration Civil War.
Earth-14845 Comics:Exiles Vol 1 #49 (2004) Home reality of the Impossible Man who became mind-controlled and lost his sense of humor, causing Washington, D.C. to become filled with his insanity.
Earth-15104 X-Men Vol 2 #150 (2004) Here Comes Tomorrow storyline where Sublime/Beast revives Jean Grey 150 years in the future.
Earth-15731 Exiles #72 (2005) Alternative New Universe visited by the Exiles while persuing Proteus through the multiverse in Exiles #72-74.
Earth-20318 Exiles #8 (2002) Where Tony Stark is president until he was assassinated.
Earth-20476 Incredible Hulk vol 2 #204 (1976) Bruce Banner of Earth-616 tried to travel back in time to prevent himself from becoming the Hulk. This resulted in a different reality where he succeeded, but Rick Jones had died. Banner then went back into the past to reverse these events, returning him to Earth-616.
Earth-21989 Marvel Tales #219 (1989) Home to Marvel Babies.
Earth-21993 What If? Vol 2 #46 (1993) Cable decimates the X-Men.
Earth-Gamma Planet
Exiles #8 (2002) Where gamma radiation levels in the atmosphere made the entire population enhanced.
Earth-23238 Excalibur Vol 1 #23 (1990) Home to Justicer Bull, the Justicers and Lord High Justicer living in Mega City One.
Earth-23895 Exiles #83 (2006) Home to Storm from Weapon X.
also known as One Danish Reality
Exiles Vol 1 #54 (2005) Home to where Deathbird didn't conquer Earth due to a series of chain events.
Earth-26496 The Spectacular Spider-Man Season 1 1 (2008) Home to The Spectacular Spider-Man animated series.
Earth-26749 Great Lake Avengers reality-warp.
Earth-28909 What If? Vol 2 #3 (1989) Ben Parker's nephew is Galactus.
also known as the Supremeverse
Supreme Power #1 (2003) Alternate version of the Squadron Supreme.
Earth-32000 X-Men Unlimited Vol 1 #26 (2000) Ages of Apocalypse; Apocalypse reality warps Earth-616 using the Twelve; set in the future.
Earth-32081 Exiles #? Where the Spider-Demon ruled over New York for a decade.
Earth-33629 Exiles #? An alternate Grandmaster produced his own Exiles.
also known as Midevil Reality
Exiles Vol 1 #55 (2005) The Exiles helped overthrow a tyrant ruler, Kulan Gath, in a world overrun by magic.
Earth-38909 What If? Vol 2 #3 (1989) Franklin Richards finds Mjolnir and becomes the latest Thor.
Earth-39102 Exiles #? Populated by men who look like Antelopes.
Earth-40800 Red Raven Comics #1 (1940) Home to Comet Pierce and Avis Jort. Takes place in 2150 A.D. Humanity spread throughout planets and moons of the solar system.
X-Men: The End
X-Men: The End
also known as Earth-Razorline
Hyperkind #1 (1993) Clive Barker's Razorline print, home to Ectokid, Saint Sinner, Hyperkind, and Hokum & Hex.
Earth-57780 Spidey Super Stories #1 (1974) Home to Jennifer of the Jungle, Captain Mighty, Mad Scientist, Wall, and Blowhard.
also known as the House of M
House of M #2 (2005) Mutants are the majority and baseline humans are the minority.
Earth-59462 Uncanny X-Men #462 (2005) (mentioned) Home to the Sky Captain of the Captain Britain Corps.
Earth-Surgeon Strange
Exiles #? Where Doctor Strange never left the medical field due to an accident, but became a Meta-Human surgeon instead.
Earth-59662 Exiles #? Where the Red Skull obtained the Cosmic Cube.
Earth-74101 Fantastic Four Vol 1 #151 (1974) Originally the Machus reality before merging with Femizonia.
Earth-70105 Bullet Points #1 Bullet Points Universe (from Bullet Points -miniseries)
also known as Dinosaur World
Devil Dinosaur Vol 1 #1 (1978) Home to Devil Dinosaur and Moonboy.
Earth-82432 What If? #32 (1982) Korvac turns the Avengers into his pawns, then attempts to conquer the universe.
Earth-82801 What If? #34 (1982) The Fantastic Four are literally bananas.
also known as Earth-Shadowline
Dr. Zero #1 (1988) The only super-beings that exist here are human-like Shadows-dwellers.
Earth-89947 Excalibur Vol 1 #44 (1991) Home to Enforcer Capone.
Earth-90110 What If? Vol 2 #19 (1990) The Ultravision's Utopia; home to the Cosmic Avengers.
Earth-90111 What If? Vol 2 #19 (1990) The Ultravision's Dystopia; Genoshan bombing of USA brings chaos, Ultravision gets ready to triumph over the universe.
Earth-90251 What If? Vol 8 #5 (2009) Doctor Doom retains the Beyonder's powers during the Secret Wars.
Earth-91111 What If? Vol 2 #30 (1991) Invisible Woman died in second childbirth; Suzy becomes a monstrous creature and is banished to the Negative Zone by her brother, Franklin Richards.
Earth-91112 What If? Vol 2 #30 (1991) Mary, the daughter of Susan Storm and Reed Richards, brings a new age of peace.
Earth-91600 What If? Vol 2 #26 Punisher killed Daredevil.
Earth-92131 X-Men: The Animated Series Earth-assignation for the X-Men animated series.
also known as the Ultraverse
Hardcase #1 (1993) Home of most Malibu Comics' Ultraverse characters (including Prime, Hardcase, and others) centered around an Alderson disk concept known as the Godwheel.
Earth-93112 Alternate future conquered by an adaptation of Magnus.
Earth-93122 Death Wreck #2 (1994) 2053 AD; Home to Dredge.
Earth-95120 Marvel Riot #1 (1995) Alternate Age of Apocalypse (humorous).
Earth-95121 Fantastic Force #12 (1995) Alternate planet where the Red Ghost and the Super-Apes became the Fantastic Four; possibly ruined by Vangaard.
Earth-95122 Fantastic Force #12 (1995) Fantastic Four recieved alternate powers; Ben is human in appearance with super-strength; Reed is Modok-like; Johnny X-rays and Sue has energy powers. This reality was possibly destroyed by Vangaard.
Earth-96020 Home to an adolescent adaptation of Tony Stark.
Earth-96283 Spider-Man (film) Earth-assignation of the Spider-Man films universe.
Earth-96169 X-Men vs. Street Fighter Earth-assignation of the Marvel vs. Capcom video game Universe
Earth-97102 What If? Vol 2 #100 (1997) Fantastic Four sent to an Oz-like world after transformation.
Earth-97103 What If? Vol 2 #100 The Land of Fuzz.
Earth-98125 Marvel Vision #25 (1998) Home to a Captain Britain who chose both the Amulet of Life and the Sword of Death.
Earth-98151 Marvel Team-Up Vol 2 #5 (1998) A reality where the wicked Authority used the Globe of Ultimate Knowledge to learn all known information, eventually controlling the entire universe.
also known as Dino-World
Excalibur Vol 1 #9 (1989) (mentioned)
Excalibur Vol 1 #51 (1992) (seen)
Home of Britainicus Rex and the Dinosaur People.
Earth-105709 What If? Vol 2 #9 (1990) X-Men were killed on their mission against Krakoa; one of the worlds where the Living Laser escaped via Uatu's alternate Earths portals in Quasar #6 and Quasar #30.
Earth-120185 Transformers #1 (1984) The reality surrounding the Marvel UK incarnation of the Transformers, Action Force and others. Notably, it is not the same actuality featured in the Marvel US Transformers comic book series, but rather an prolonged version of it. The first UK-originated story is written in UK issue #9—this Earth's numerical title is a indication to the date of publication of this issue, the 12th of January, 1985.
Earth 148611
also known as the New Universe
Star Brand #1 (1986) Jim Shooter created a line of Marvel comics taking place in a detached universe based in a "more realistic setting." Superpowers were given to several people in the White Event.
Earth-199406 What If? Vol 2 #62 (1994) What If Logan Battled Weapon X?
Earth-194111 Spider-Man: The Animated Series Earth-assignation of the Spider-Man: The Animated Series universe.
Earth-199312 Spider-Man & the X-Men: Arcade’s Revenge Earth-assignation of the Spider-Man & X-Men video game universe.
Earth-200500 Wha...Huh? (2005) "Avengers All Had Beards"
Earth-200501 Wha...Huh? (2005) "Ultimate Ultimate Universe"
Earth-200505 Wha...Huh? (2005) "Black Panther Is Caucasian"
Earth-200511 Wha...Huh? (2005) "M.O.D.O.K. Had An Itch"
Earth-200513 Wha...Huh? (2005) "Fantastic Four Reached The Moon"
Earth-200515 Wha...Huh? (2005) "Marvel Heroes Aged In Real Time"
Earth-200525 Wha...Huh? (2005) "Emma Frost Could Read My Mind"
Earth-523001 What If... Karen Page Had Lived? (2005) comparable to Earth-616, but deviated when Bullseye killed Karen Page in Daredevil Vol 2 #5.
Earth-523002 What If... Jessica Jones Had Joined the Avengers? (2005) Jessica Jones became an Avenger and S.H.I.E.L.D. liaison.
Earth-523003 What If... Dr. Doom Had Become the Thing? (2005) Victor Von Doom made up with Reed Richards, and journeyed into space with him, Susan, and Johnny Storm rather than Ben Grimm. Victor became the Thing.
Earth-523004 What If... Magneto and Professor X Had Formed the X-Men Together? (2005) Magneto joined sides with Charles Xavier. They formed an X-Men team with Wolverine, Jean Grey/Phoenix, Destiny, Mystique, Peter Rasputin, Kitty Pride, Lockheed, Sage, and Dr. Hank McCoy.
Earth-569386 Iron Man Animated Series
Earth-730784 Avengers: United They Stand Avengers: United They Stand animated television series universe
Earth-751263 Spider-Man Unlimited Vol 2 #1 * Spider-Man Unlimited Universe, home to it's own version of Counter-Earth where most beings on the planet have symbiotes.
Earth-900651 Marvel Fanfare Volume 1 #51 The Silver Surfer took longer to escape his imprisionment on Earth.
Earth-901237 Exiles #5-6 Where the Hulk has been chased into Canada, and left there for Alpha Flight to deal with.
Earth-971023 X-Babies Where all the normal hero characters are young children.
Earth-2003711 Spider-Man: The New Animated Series Earth-assignation for the Spider-Man: The New Animated Series.
Earth-2005117 X-Men: The Tomorrow People Earth-assignation for the X-Men: The Tomorrow People video game.
Earth-2005117 X-Men: Mutant Wars Earth-assignation for the X-Men: Mutant Wars video game.
Earth-Generic Generic Comic Book: Type Super-Hero Action Adventure #1 (1984) Home to the Generic Superhero, Sanderson (the Generic Super villain), the Generic Girlfriend, and the Generic Boss.
Mojoverse Numerous Issues Longshot is from the Mojoverse, it has been revealed by the Timebroker that there is only one Mojoverse in all existence, this meaning that Longshot is the same hero who was once a member of Earth-616's X-Men. However, as Mojo has been bribed with viewing access to all parallel worlds, Mojo's ability to view and extract people from alternate universes seems to be very limited.
DC Universe New Fun Comics #1, (1935); Zero Hour #0, (1994); JLA/Avengers, (2003) Although part of a separate multiverse, the Post-Crisis / Post-Zero Hour DC Universe crossed-over with the mainstream Marvel Universe (Earth-616) in 2003 for JLA/Avengers.

Pocket dimensions: universes within universes

  • Earth-311 (Marvel 1602): Originating out of a Neil Gaiman story; the Age of Marvels began during Queen Elizabeth's reign. Elizabethan versions of many Marvel heroes banded together. The sequel is 1602: New World. Note: Within the pages of 1602, it is unambiguously affirmed that this universe is the same Earth-616 that the normal Marvel titles are based within. However, when events transpire at the end of the series, the 1602-verse lives on in Uatu's pocket dimension as Earth-311. (Marvel 1602 #6, page 2)
  • Limbo: The name of three singular dimensions in the Marvel Universe.
  • The Encroachiverses: A succession of universes believed disappointments by extremely powerful, unnamed beings; including the Baloney-verse, the Don't-Worry-Be-Happy-verse, the 976-verse, the Dimension of Suicide, the Noriega-verse, the Trashi-verse, the Narcissi-verse. the Media-verse, the Puppet-verse, and the Insipiverse.

Unnumbered Universes

  • Eurth, the medieval world, was formed by the Shaper of Worlds using the imagination of a child and the history of Avalon.
  • Marvel Ultimate Alliance video game universe
  • Many as of yet unnumbered universes from the stories in the multiple Marvel What If? series.
  • Some of the universes in which Marvel movies and television shows (both live and animated) have taken place are unnumbered.


  • Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Alternate Universes 2005
  • X-Men Millennial Visions 2000
  • Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z (Hardcover) Vol. 2-5

External links

  • Appendix to The Marvel Universe Alternate Universes Page

This article uses material from the "Multiverse" article on the Marvel Database wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See for the canon Star Trek wiki.

existence of the expanded universe
dimension - history - space - time - time-space continuum - universe
alternate reality
alternate dimension - alternate timeline - parallel universe - pocket universe - quantum reality - subspace and hyperspace

A parallel universe is a universe separate to our own universe, running "parallel" to our own. It is sometimes known as an alternate universe.

Several theories exist on the creation of parallel universes. It is generally agreed one different choice made by one being in our own universe spurs off another parallel universe, differentiating it from our own universe.

Considering this theory, an infinite number of parallel universes exist. These parallel universes are sometimes known as quantum universes, quantum realities or quantum states.

The crew of the USS Enterprise were amongst the first Starfleet crews to experience the mirror universe with the first crossover in 2267. (TOS: "Mirror, Mirror")

USS Enterprise-D security chief Worf experienced several parallel universes in 2370. In one of these, Cardassian and Bajoran roles were inverted. (TNG: "Parallels", Star Trek: Sigils and Unions Catacombs of Oralius)

The Guardians consider parallel universes as the 5th dimension. (Star Trek: Pioneer (PNR))

Alternate timelines are not the same as parallel universes, as time travel within the same universe creates an alternate timeline if history is altered as a consequence.

Fan fiction

Many Star Trek fan-fiction venues are, by their nature, set in parallel/alternate universes. Following are some examples:

  • Star Trek: Arcadia
  • Star Trek: Pendragon
  • Star Trek: Remington
  • Star Trek: Sigils and Unions Catacombs of Oralius

Mirror universe

Parallel mirror universes:

  • Star Trek: Mirror Wars
  • Star Trek: New Empire

There are also those series which are set in the primary universe but crossover into parallel universes:

  • Star Trek: Parallel Lives
    • An anthological series of one-off stories, Parallel Lives is part of the Star Trek: Special Operations universe of fan-fiction. Each story deals with a parallel universe counterpart of Special Ops lead character Scott Freeman. Among those written so far, there have been a universe where the British Empire never ended and replaces the UFP, one where Freeman was born a girl and one based on the Mirror Universe.
  • Star Trek: Special Operations
    • Special Ops' fifth part, 'Reflections' sees the crew transported into an alternate universe where the Borg are running rampant.

External links

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