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Within Marvel Comics, most tales take place within the fictional Marvel Universe, which in turn is part of a larger multiverse. Starting with issues of Captain Britain, the main continuity in which most Marvel storylines take place was designated Earth-616, and the multiverse was established as being protected by Merlyn. Each universe has a Captain Britain designated to protect its version of the British Isles. These protectors are collectively known as the Captain Britain Corps. This numerical notation was continued in the series Excalibur and other titles.

Later on, many writers would utilize and reshape the multiverse in titles such as Exiles, X-Man, and Ultimate Fantastic Four. New universes would also spin out of storylines involving time travelling characters such as Rachel Summers, Cable, and Bishop, as their actions rendered their home times alternate timelines.

Below is a partial list of notable alternate worlds, and universes with known numerical designations. Beyond these, many other alternate worlds have been visited or explored in Marvel Comics. Most notably, almost every separate storyline of the What If... and Exiles series relates to a separate universe in the multiverse, although an occasional pair of issues in which characters and situations do not overlap could conceivably share a universe. The numerical designations for these are rarely revealed outside of reference works such as the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Alternate Universes 2005.

According to Forge, mutants living on these alternate Earths have lost their powers due to M-Day, as stated in Endangered Species, however, this mass depowering has not been seen in Marvel's primary multiverse-exploring title, Exiles.

Contents

Definitions

The classification system for alternate realities was devised, in part, by Mark Gruenwald.

Universe/continuity

A Universe/continuity is a single realityUni is the Latin prefix meaning "one"., such as Earth-616, the mainstream Marvel Universe/Continuity. Note that in Marvel Comics, the concept of a continuity is not the same as "dimension" or "universe"; for example, characters like Mephisto and Dormammu hail from alternate dimensions and the Celestials from another universe, but they all nevertheless belong to Earth-616. A continuity should also not be confused with an imprint; for example, while the titles of some imprints, such as Ultimate Marvel, take place in a different continuity, some or all publications in other imprints, such as Epic Comics, MAX, and Marvel UK, take place within the Earth-616 continuity. Note that in context the Marvel Universe is often used to refer to the Marvel Multiverse or even the Marvel Megaverse.

Multiverse

A Multiverse is the collection of alternate universesMulti is the Latin prefix meaning "many"., with a similar nature and a universal hierarchy. The Marvel multiverse contains Earth-616, most of the What If? worlds, as well as the vast number of the alternate Earths seen in the Marvel Universe.

The original term and concept were coined by Michael Moorcock for his "Eternal Champion" sequence where the lead characters are analogous to the Captain Britain Corps.

Megaverse

There are certain universes which are tied to the Marvel multiverse - such as the New Universe and the Ultraverse - which do not share any open similarities to it, and thus are not strictly part of the larger universal hierarchy that forms the Marvel multiverse, but at the same time, are not so far removed that they existed in a separate multiverse-Mega is the Greek prefix meaning "great". The 21st century edition of the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe posits the term MegaverseTemplate:Fact (although Marvel does not actually endorse the use of this term because of Trademark issues Template:Fact) as the name for this larger grouping, though there is always the chance that some future publications will increase the interactions between different Multiverses, this is a fluid definition.

Omniverse

The omniverse is the collection of every single universe, multiverse, dimension (alternate or pocket) and realm-Omni is the Latin prefix meaning "all".. This includes not only Marvel Comics, but also DC Comics, Image, Dark Horse, Archie, Harvey, and every universe ever mentioned or seen (and an infinite amount never mentioned or seen) including our own world. Everything is in the Omniverse, and there is only one Omniverse. According to the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Alternate Universes, "It includes every single literary, television show, movie, urban legend, universe, realm, etc. ever. It includes everyone from Popeye to Rocky Balboa to Ronald Reagan to Romeo and Juliet to Luke Skywalker to Snoopy to Jay and Silent Bob, Mickey Mouse, etc."

The term was coined by Mark Gruenwald in his fan publication, A Treatise on Reality in Comics Literature, and was also the name of the fanzine that he published for two issues before being hired by Marvel.

Alternate universes

The numeric designations of these alternate universes have been confirmed by Marvel Comics throughout the years and compiled in 2005's Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Alternate Universes, and in Marvel publications since the release of the Handbook. The prevalent method of numbering a universe is to derive numbers in some way from the publication date of an issue relating to the universe, usually its first appearance. This is, in turn, based on the mistaken belief that "Earth-616" derived its number from the publication date of The Fantastic Four #1 (Nov. 1961).

Name First Appearance Notes
Earth-9 Mighty World of Marvel #13 (1984)
  • The home reality of Saturnyne.
  • Noted in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-12 Exiles #1 (2001)
  • Home reality of the Exiles' version of Mimic.
  • First numbered in Exiles #83 (2006).
Earth-15 Exiles #12 (2002) (known)
  • Home reality of Spider from Weapon X.
  • First numbered in Exiles #83 (2006).
Earth-27 Exiles #1 (2001)
  • Home reality of Magnus Lehnsherr, son of Rogue and Magneto. Magnus was first seen in Exiles #1 but his body wasn't returned home until #83.
  • First numbered in Exiles #83 (2006).
Earth-33 Fantastic Four: Unstable Molecules #1 (2001)
  • Home reality of Susan Sturm; 1950s powerless Fantastic Four characters.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-36 Startling Stories: The Thing - Night Falls on Yancy Street #1 (2003)
  • Home reality of Hazel Donovan.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-65 Excalibur vol. 1 #44 (1991)
Earth-98
also known as Earth 1961
Fantastic Four / Fantastic 4 '98 (1998)
  • Its history is the same as that of Earth-616, from when the Fantastic Four got their powers in 1961 until Gwen Stacy died in 1973, after which its history diverges and follows a different path, as characters aged in this universe aged in real-time.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-110 Fantastic Four: Big Town #1 (2001)
  • Reed Richards develops global technology.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-111 Fantastic Four vol. 3 #47 (2001)
  • Home reality of the Challengers of Doom.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-127 Exiles #85 (2006)
Earth-148
also known as Ee'rath
Excalibur vol. 1 #1 (1988)
  • Adoptive home reality of Kylun.
  • Noted in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-172 Exiles #83
  • Home reality of Wolverine from Weapon X.
  • First numbered in Exiles #83.
Earth-181 Exiles #62 (mentioned)
  • Home reality of Daredevil from Weapon X. Also home to Patch, an alternate version of Wolverine.
  • First numbered in Exiles #83.
Earth-238
also known as Crooked World
Marvel Super-Heroes #377 (1981)
  • Home reality of Captain UK, the Fury and Mad Jim Jaspers; destroyed by Mandragon in attempt to eliminate the threat of Mad Jim Jaspers and the Fury. Also home of various counterparts of British comic book characters of the 1950s and 1960s.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-253 X-Man #71 (2001)
  • Home reality of the Protectorate whose members included Professor X and Thor; destroyed by Qabiri despite effort of Nate Grey in X-Man #72.
Earth-267 Avengers #267 (1986)
  • In this reality, Kang the Conqueror set off a nuclear bomb in Washington DC. The U.S., interpreting this as an attack by the Soviet Union, initiated a devastating nuclear war. Everyone was killed except for Kang.
Earth-295
also known as the Age of Apocalypse
X-Men Alpha (1995)
  • In this reality, Professor Xavier's dream of mutant and human coexistence was never realized as he was accidentally killed by the time-traveling mutant Legion. Once their greatest foe, Magneto now leads the X-Men in a world where Apocalypse rules supreme. Home reality of Blink, Sabretooth, X-Man, Dark Beast, Holocaust, and Sugar Man. Originally, thought to have been destroyed in X-Men Omega, it was revealed to still be in existence in Age of Apocalypse #1.
  • First numbered in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: X-Men 2005 ("X-Men Roster" entry).
Earth-305 Mighty World of Marvel #13 (1984) (known)
  • Home reality of Captain Angleterre.
Earth-311
also known as 1602
1602 #1 (2003)
  • When the Captain America of Earth-460 was sent back in time to 1587 A.D. of Earth-616, the timeline was altered, causing the heroic age to occur in the year 1602. The timeline was righted by Thor and Enrique, with "Rojhaz" being returned to the future with Nicolas Fury. The altered timeline was preserved as the separate reality of Earth-311 by Uatu the Watcher and his superior.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-312 Exiles #35 (2003)
  • Slower moving timeline; Ben Grimm's transformation into the Thing causes him to go into a berserker rage.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-313 Knights of Pendragon vol. 2 #9 (1993)
  • Home reality of the Lemurians; was nearly destroyed by nuclear bomb to save Araknoids; Albion, Gawain, and Breeze James traveled there to help rebuild it.
Earth-355 Avengers #355 (1992)
  • Home reality of the Gatherers' Coal Tiger.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-371 Exiles #23 (mentioned)
  • Home reality of Gambit from Weapon X.
  • First numbered in Exiles #83 (2006).
Earth-374 Avengers #344 (1992)
  • Home reality of Proctor, Sersi, and Ute.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005. Numbered Earth-922 in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z #6 ("Magdalene" entry).
Earth-398 Avengers vol. 3 #2 (1998)
  • Reality warp by Morgan le Fay where she was Queen of a medieval-type world with the Queen's Vengeance as her cohorts.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-460 1602 #8 (2003)
  • Purple Man uses his powers to become President, sends Captain America back in time to 1602 A.D. of Earth-616, causing it to diverge into Earth-311.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-520 Exiles #85 (2006)
  • Home reality of an alternate version of Wolverine who has only recently been experimented on by Weapon X. He was recruited in the short lived New Exiles team by Timebreakers.
  • First numbered in Exiles #85 (2006).
Earth-522 Daredevils #6 (1983) (known)
Earth-523 Daredevils #6 (1983) (known)
  • Home reality of Captain Albion; neo-Elizabethan England whose empire embraces America and most of Asia in a golden age of peace and prosperity.
Earth-541 Untold Tales of the New Universe: Star Brand
  • Home reality to a male Star Brand who has appointed himself as global monarch and forced global peace.
  • First numbered in Untold Tales of the New Universe: Star Brand
Earth-552 Exiles #86 (2006) (mentioned and shown in one panel)
  • Universe where a blight leaves planets lifeless and barren. This world's Galactus cures planets as opposed to consuming them. Here, Silver Surfer was a military scientist who destroyed his world, and manipulated Galactus into giving him the power cosmic to revive it. He then betrayed Galactus, destroying planets he gave life to and attempting to murder him for his power.
  • First numbered and full appearance in Exiles #87 (2006).
Earth-555 newuniversal #1 (2006)
  • Reality where the 2006 relaunch of Marvel's 1986 New Universe titles takes place. [1]
Earth-597 Excalibur vol. 1 #9 (1989)
Earth-616 Motion Picture Funnies Weekly #1 (1939)
  • Main universe seen in most Marvel comics. Differences between universes are usually described in comparison with Earth-616.
  • First numbered in The Daredevils.
Earth-617 Doc Samson #4 (2006) (seen)
  • Alternate Doc Samson inadvertently allowed Nightmare to devastate his world, then became pawn in Nightmare's attempt to invade Earth-616.
  • First numbered in Doc Samson #5 (2006).
Earth-653 Exiles #83
  • Home reality of Mesmero from Weapon X.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry)
Earth-665 Not Brand Echh #1 (Aug. 1967)
  • Home reality of Forbush Man.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-689 Avengers Annual #2 (1968)
  • Scarlet Centurion convinced Earth-689's Avengers to capture all super heroes; defeated by Earth-616's Avengers.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-691 Marvel Super-Heroes Vol. 1, #18 (Jan. 1969)
Earth-700 Marvel: Lost Generation #8 (2000)
  • Home reality of Cassandra Locke. In the 22nd century, Skrull covert activities are exposed by evidence unearthed by Locke in the past.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-712
also known as Earth-S
Avengers vol. 1 #85 (1971)
  • Home reality of the Squadron Supreme.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four. Mistakenly listed as Earth-720 in Ultimate Secrets ("Power Princess" entry)
Earth-714 Exiles #23 (2003) (mentioned)
  • Home reality of Angel from Weapon X.
  • First numbered in Exiles #83 (2006).
Earth-715 Savage Tales vol. 1 #1 (1971)
  • Femizonia, before its merging with Machus; home reality of Thundra.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-717 What If: Captain America (2005)
  • Contains all the stories in the fourth series of What If. [2] Home to a Captain America that fought during the American Civil War; a Daredevil who fought in Feudal Japan; a Wolverine who was involved in the Chicago Prohibition of the 1920s; a Namor who is raised by an human father; a Fantastic Four that's active in the Soviet Union and a Thor who is active as herald of Galactus.
Earth-721
also known as Earth-A
Fantastic Four vol. 1 #118 (1972)
  • A reality where only two members (Reed Richards and Ben Grimm) of the famous Fantastic Four were aboard a spaceship on the fateful day the group was exposed to cosmic rays. Afterwards, Richards became the Thing while Grimm became Mr. Fantastic. Also the home reality of Vangaard.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-723 Untold Tales of the New Universe: Star Brand
  • Home reality of a Star Brand who has channeled his power into music and unified the world.
Earth-731 Exiles #23 (2003)
  • Home reality of Gambit who was a member of Weapon X
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-741 Mighty World of Marvel #13 (1984) (known)
Earth-744 Daredevils #7 (1983) (known)
Earth-772 What If? vol. 1 #1 (1977)
  • Home reality of the Fantastic Five; this team included the mainstream four and Spider-Man, who joined the Fantastic Four soon after his origin. A battle with Namor results in Susan Storm leaving Reed for Namor, who she marries. Reed becomes increasingly hostile, breaking up the Fantastic Four and faking evidence for a possible attack on Atlantis, before he and Johnny Storm attempt to take Susan back. Namor succeeds in defeating Reed, who realises his actions have ensured he has lost Sue forever as she gives birth to Namor's child.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-774 What If? vol. 1 #2 (1977)
  • Alternate reality in which Hulk retained Bruce Banner's intellect. The Avengers are never formed, the Fantastic Four break up after Ben Grim loses his Thing powers, but the arrival of Galactus on Earth forces Professor X, Bruce Banner and Reed Richards to lose their own powers and create a stronger Thing with the mentality of the Hulk.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-794 Captain Britain vol. 1 #6 (1985)
Earth-797 Exiles #99 (2007)
  • Home reality of Raphael-Raven Darkholme, a male counterpart of Mystique.
  • First numbered in Exiles #99.
Earth-808 What If? vol. 1 #22 (1980)
  • Doctor Doom listens to Reed Richards' advice on his machine to reach Hell, rescues his mother's soul from the sinister Mephisto and defeats Ruffalo as a hero rather than a villain. He wins the heart of his true love Valeria, only to see Mephisto take her away from him as he is forced each year to battle the demon for her soul (Just as he does in the 616 Universe for his mother.).
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-811
also known as Days of Future Past
X-Men vol. 1 #141 (1981)
  • An alternate future where mutants live in concentration camps and robot Sentinels rule the United States. Diverges when the X-Men fail to prevent Senator Kelly being assassinated by the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-829 Hercules vol. 1 #1 (1982)
  • Hercules in the 24th Century.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-839 Excalibur vol. 1 #44 (1991)
  • Captain UK was reassigned here after defeating Sat-Yr-9.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-846 Mighty World of Marvel #13 (1984)
Earth-861 Captain Britain vol. 2 #13 (1986)
  • Home reality of Captain Granbretan.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #7 ("Merlyn" entry).
Earth-873 Exiles #40 (2004) (mentioned)
  • Home reality of the male Hulk (Bruce Banner) from Weapon X.
  • First numbered in Exiles #83 (2006).
Earth-886 Untold Tales of the New Universe: Star Brand
  • Home reality to a female Star Brand, who uses her abilities to protect the world from "powerful evil forces".
Earth-892 X-Men/Doctor Doom: Chaos Engine: Book One (2001)
  • Reality where Doctor Doom rules the world. Doctor Doom used a faulty Cosmic Cube to briefly merge this reality with Earth-616.
  • Noted in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-907 What If? vol. 2 #15 (1990)
  • Reed Richards executed during trial of Galactus; remaining Fantastic Four destroyed Shi'ar Throneworld and then sacrifice themselves to stop interplanetary alliance from destroying Earth.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-912 What If? vol. 2 #22 (1991)
Earth-913 What If? vol. 2 #23 (1991)
  • Reality where the original X-Men defeated Krakoa, and thus the second generation of X-Men never formed.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z: Update #1 ("M'Kraan Crystal" entry).
Earth-917 What If? vol. 2 #27 (1991)
  • Home reality of the Fantastic Five which included the mainstream Fantastic Four and Namor; Sue married Namor instead of Reed.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-920 Daredevils #7 (1983) (known)
Earth-921 Avengers vol. 1 #343 (1992)
  • Home reality of the Gatherers' Swordsman.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-924 Excalibur vol. 1 #49 (1992)
  • Home reality of Calibur, an alternate version of Excalibur, and Cap'n Saxonia.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-928
also known as the Marvel 2099 Universe
Spider-Man 2099 #1 (1992)
  • A possible future reality set in 2099, with futuristic incarnations of Marvel heroes, villains and teams.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-929 What If? vol. 2 #41 (1992)
  • Reed Richards' rocket crashed, killing all aboard; Doom became a US ally against the Soviets; Galactus fought the Avengers; Uatu sacrificed himself to prevent Earth's destruction and the Silver Surfer joined the Avengers.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-932 Avengers vol. 1 #359 (1993)
  • Home reality of Anti-Vision of the Gatherers.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-938 What If? vol. 2 #52 (1993)
Earth-943 Avengers vol. 1 #372 (1994)
  • Home reality of the Gatherers' Jocasta.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-944 Fantastic Four vol. 1 #387 (1994)
Earth-952 What If? vol. 2 #70 (1995)
Earth-967 Fantastic Four vol. 1 #414 (1996)
Earth-969 What If? vol. 2 #89 (1996)
  • Doctor Doom conspires to prevent an out-of-control Fantastic Four from forming.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-982
also known as MC2
What If? vol. 2 #105 (1998)
Earth-989 What If? vol. 2 #109 (1998)
  • Ben Grimm remains in Liddleville.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-998 X-Man #63 (2000) (seen)
  • America ruled by Red Queen (Madelyne Pryor) from a floating city.
  • First numbered in X-Man #68 (2000).
Earth-999 Nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E. #9 (2006)
  • Home of the Special Legion of Machine Avengers Executive.
Earth-1000 Domination Factor: Fantastic Four #3.5 (2000)
  • Home reality of Knorda and Praxis.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-1009 Exiles #99 (2007)
  • Home reality of an alternate Rogue, and the Royal Avengers.
  • First numbered in Exiles #99.
Earth-1029 Exiles #12 (2002) (known)
  • Home reality of Hulk (Jennifer Walters) who was member of Weapon X.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-1081 Exiles #1 (2001)
  • Home reality of Exiles Morph.
  • First numbered in Exiles #99.
Earth-1090 Untold Tales of the New Universe: Star Brand
  • Mentioned but not seen. Described as a world where humanity communicates as a group mind.
Earth-1100 Exiles #1 (2001)
  • Home reality of Exiles Thunderbird.
  • First numbered in Exiles #99.
Earth-1112 Fantastic Four vol. 3 #47 (2001)
Earth-1115 Fantastic Four vol. 3 #47 (2001)
  • Susan Storm is the Queen of Atlantis.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-1116 Fantastic Four vol. 3 #47 (2001)
  • Atlanterra.
  • Reality ruled by Atlantis.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-1120 Captain Marvel #11 (2000)
  • Reality where the Genis-Vell of Earth-616 met the Captain Mar-Vell of this reality. Thanos of this reality also managed to wipe out all life in the galaxy leaving Mar-Vell to die alone.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #8 ("Photon" entry).
Earth-1121 Paradise X: Heralds #1 (2001)
  • Humanity killed the Squadron Supreme with nuclear weapons after the Utopia Program was dismantled; only Hyperion survived. An alternate version of Earth-712.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-1122 Paradise X: Heralds #1 (2001)
  • Home reality of Spider-Girl/May Parker, the daughter of Ben Reilly, the Spider-Clone.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-1123 Paradise X: Heralds #1 (2001)
  • The Brute kills the Fantastic Four (including Spider-Man) and becomes President of the United States.
  • First numbered in Marvel Legacy: The 1970s Handbook.
Earth-1124 Paradise X: Heralds #1 (2001)
  • Reality where Deathlok and Killraven were sent to warn authorities about the Celestial Egg. Alternate reality of Earth-794.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #9 ("Sat-Yr9" entry).
Earth-1136 The Comics Magazine #1 (1936) (golden age)
Protectors #1 (1992) (modern age)
  • Home reality of Zardi the Eternal Man, Amazing Man, and Skyrocket Steele.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-1189 Excalibur vol. 1 #15 (1989)
  • Earth devastated by nuclear war; Meggan became Captain Britain.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-1191 Uncanny X-Men #282 (1991)
Earth-1193 Excalibur vol. 1 #12 (1989)
Earth-1218
also known as The Real World
New Exiles #1 (2008) (mentioned)
  • The reality where we all live and think these other realities are just something comic writers came up with.
  • First numbered in New Exiles #1 (2008).
Earth-1228 What If? vol. 1 #11 (1978)
  • Stan Lee, Sol Brodsky, Jack Kirby and Flo Steinberg become the Fantastic Four. Counterparts to Namor and the Skrulls (as the "S-People") existed here.
  • First numbered as Earth-2812 in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four. Changed to Earth-1228 in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-1241 Comedy Comics #9 (1942)
  • Home reality of Captain Dash and Marmon. Occurs in a 31st century with advanced technology, but little space flight. There is also an east-west conflict.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-1282 Excalibur vol. 1 #24 (1990)
  • Home reality of Captain Cymru. The designation of this Earth comes from the date of the defeat of the last Welsh King by the English.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-1287 Strikeforce: Morituri #1 (1986)
  • Home reality of Strikeforce: Morituri. (A mistake was made in the pages of Exiles #83 where Earth-1287 is designated as the home of Weapon X's version of Maverick.)
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-1289 Excalibur vol. 1 #16 (1989)
Earth-1298
also known as Mutant X
Mutant X #1 (1998)
  • Reality where Earth-616 Havok was sent to; home of the Six.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-1508 Excalibur vol. 1 #24 (1990)
Earth-1610
also known as Ultimate Marvel
Ultimate Spider-Man #1 (2000)
Earth-1629 X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine (2003)
  • Home reality of Dr. Henry P. Stanton who was chosen by Merlyn to serve as a physician at the Core Continuum.
  • Noted in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-1720 Exiles #91 (2007)
  • A reality where Invisible Woman was leader of HYDRA.
  • First numbered in Exiles #91.
Earth-1812 Captain Britain vol. 2 #13 (1986)
Earth-1815 Exiles #1 (2001)
  • Reality where Exiles was sent on its first mission. Earth had zero tolerance to any superhumans they were either jailed, executed or aborted. Also in this universe Charles Xavier though that mutants were superior race and Magneto was the one who opposed him. Grandmaster of this reality traveled to Earth-33629 to create his own Exiles.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
  • Erroneously numbered as Earth-108 in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z: Update #3 ("Power Princess" entry).
Earth-1880 Exiles #85 (2006)
  • Home reality of a young James Howlett (Wolverine) who has just learned he is a mutant.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-1917 Exiles #83 (2006)
  • Home reality of Colossus from Weapon X.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-1987 Exiles
  • Alternate version of the Fantastic Four including Human Torch, Invisible Girl, Mr. Fantastic, and She-Hulk; visited by the Exiles.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-1991
also known as Geshem
Wolverine: Rahne of Terra (1991)
  • Reality where earth is a medieval-fantasy world, ruled by Queen Rain (Wolfsbane) and her Prince Consort, Douglas (Cypher). Many X-Men characters have counterparts here; the heroes are members of Rain's court, the villains oppose her rule. For unknown reasons, there is no counterpart to Wolverine.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-2020 Exiles #13 (2002) (mentioned)
  • Home reality of Iron Man from Weapon X.
  • First numbered in Exiles #83 (2006).
Earth-2055 X-Force: Shatterstar #1 (2005)
  • Spiral ruled this universe's Earth as "Apocalypse" until she was deposed by Shatterstar and this world's version of X-Force.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #10 ("Shatterstar" entry).
Earth-2098 X-Man #68 (2000)
  • This reality was destroyed when it merged with Earth-998. Only known survivor was Nate Grey who helped Earth-295's Nate Grey to beat Madelyne Pryor.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #9 ("Red Queen" entry).
Earth-2107 Ultimate X-Men #75 (2006)
  • Home reality of Bishop and Cable who traveled to Earth-1610 to prevent the this future from happening in that reality.
  • First numbered in Ultimate Secrets ("Bishop" entry).
Earth-2109 Exiles #2 (2001) (mentioned)
  • Home reality of Sunfire who replaced Magnus on Exiles
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-2120 Killraven vol. 2 #1 (2001)
  • Alternate Killraven.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-2122 Excalibur vol. 1 #21 (1990)
  • Home reality of Crusader X; a world where the UK still rules America.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-2149
also known as Marvel Zombies
Ultimate Fantastic Four #21 (2005)
Earth-2182 X-Men: Millennial Visions (2000)
  • Home reality of Exiles Nocturne.
  • First numbered in Exiles #100 (2008).
Earth-2189 Exiles #46 (known)
  • Home reality of Namora from the Exiles.
  • First numbered in Exiles #83 (2006).
Earth-2192 X-Men & Doctor Doom: Chaos Engine: Part Two (2001)
  • Reality ruled by Red Skull. Briefly fused with Earth-616 by Red Skull using the Cosmic Cube.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z: Update #4 ("Red Skull" entry).
Earth-2301
also known as the Marvel Mangaverse
Marvel Mangaverse: New Dawn #1 (2002)
  • Reinvention of the Marvel Universe in manga style.
  • First numbered as Earth-23 in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four. Re-numbered Earth-2301 in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-2600 Exiles #12 (2002)
  • Exiles and Weapon X sent here to slay David Richards; Sabretooth of the Age of Apocalypse turned against Weapon X and decided to stay in this reality to raise David. Sabretooth spent twenty years trying to raise David and the other kids; when their powers surfaced, he taught them how to fight back; David orchestrated the systematic destruction of Sentinel factories around the world; Blink arrived on the eve of assault on the Sentinels, and David coordinated the attack by linking the minds of the mutants; David then forced Blink to take him to the Strategic Sentinel Command and fuse its designers with solid matter; Sabretooth tracked down and killed David.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-2942 Exiles #35 (2003)(mentioned)
  • Reality where no life exists on earth, except Brood. Mimic of the Exiles was infected by a Brood here.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files (2007)
Earth-2992
also known as the "new" Marvel 2099
Black Panther 2099 #1 (2004)
  • Alternate 2099 A.D., used in a series of one-shots featuring characters unique to the original 2099 universe.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-3031 Exiles #83 (2006)
  • Home reality of Kane from Weapon X.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry)
Earth-3062 Exiles #40 (2004)
  • Home reality of Firestar who was a member of Weapon X.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry)
Earth-3131
also known as AOLon
Marville #1 (2002)
  • Future reality set in 5002 A.D.; home reality of KalAOL, the Marvel.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #6 ("Marvel" entry).
Earth-3123 What If? vol. 1 #23 (1980)
  • Aunt May is bitten by radioactive spider.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-3470 Exiles #33 (known)
  • Home reality of Heather Hudson, of the reality-spanning super team, the Exiles.
  • First numbered in Exiles #84 (2006).
Earth-3515 Thor vol. 2 #34 (2001) (mentioned)
  • "Thor: The Reigning"
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005. First seen in Thor vol. 2 #35 (2001).
Earth-3752
also known as Monster Planet
Exiles #66 (2005)
Earth-3913
  • Home reality of a Captain Britain who killed Dai Thomas.
  • Mentioned in Alternate Universes 2005 ("The Corps" entry).
Earth-3931 Exiles #31 (2003)
  • Reality where Captain America was turned into a vampire by Baron Blood. He then killed Baron Blood, took his place and created vampiric Avengers.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-4023 Exiles #38 (2004) (mentioned)
  • Hyperion took over the world, while everyone else died in nuclear assault used against him.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005. First seen in Exiles #63 (2005).
Earth-4040 Daring Mystery Comics #3 (1940)
  • Home reality of Breeze Barton; Earth is in ruins following World War II and the remnants of society are threatened by barbarians.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-4096 Mystic Comics #2 (1940)
  • Home reality of Space Rangers, Black Hawk and Carl Formes. Occurs in 2300 A.D. where there is widespread travel between planets. Travelers are threatened by space pirates.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-4100 Excalibur vol. 1 #24 (1990)
  • Home reality of Centurion Britannus; the designation for this Earth is taken from when the Romans left Britain.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-4210 Exiles #22 (known)
  • Home reality of Magik from the Exiles.
  • First numbered in Exiles #83 (2006).
Earth-4263 Daring Mystery Comics #8 (1942)
  • Home reality of Captain Daring. Occurs in 3050 A.D. where worldwide peace is threatened by a revived Hitler.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-4321
also known as Marvel: The End
Marvel Universe: The End #1 (2003)
  • A reality where the pharaoh Akhenaten became cosmically powered and annihilated most heroes in the Marvel Universe.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #1 ("Akhenaten" entry).
Earth-4400 Exiles #43 (2004)
  • Exiles battled Hyperion-led Weapon X. Home of a Fantastic Five.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-4732 Exiles #38 (known)
  • Home reality of Ms. Marvel from Weapon X.
  • First numbered in Exiles #83 (2006).
Earth-4871 X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine: Book Two (2003)
  • Threatened to be destroyed by the World Ripper of the Skrulls of Earth-4872, but was revealed to have been destroyed in X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine: Book Two.
Earth-4872 X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine (2003)
  • This reality was manipulated by Merlyn. Damage done to the World Ripper destroyed the Skrull home world and then threatened the "adjacent" realities, forcing Merlyn to destroy this reality.
Earth-4873 X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine: Book Two (2003)
  • Threatened to be destroyed by the World Ripper of the Skrulls of Earth-4872, but was revealed to have been destroyed in X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine: Book Two.
Earth-4935
also known as Earth Askani
X-Factor vol. 1 #67 (1991)
  • Future reality ruled by Apocalypse where Nathan Summers was sent to, to save his life, where he became Cable, Home reality of Stryfe
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-5012 Marvel Team-up vol. 3 #2 (2005) (known)
  • Home reality of Iron Maniac, who killed the Black Widow and Wolverine of that reality before he was sent to Earth-616.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z: Update #1 ("Freedom Ring" entry).
Earth-5021 Exiles #5 (2001) (known)
  • Home reality of Deadpool who was a member of Weapon X.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-5106 Space Squadron #1 (1951)
  • Home reality of Jet Dixon, Dawn Revere, Rusty Blake, and LLA 38; a futuristic reality set in 2000 A.D.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-5127 X-Men/Red Skull: Chaos Engine: Book Three (2003) (mentioned)
  • Roma as the goddess Dallentré of the House of Fallon.
Earth-5200 Marvel Knights: 4 #16 (2005)
  • An alternate future ruled by Doctor Doom. Visited by Earth-616's Human Torch.
  • Noted in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-5311 Uncanny X-Men #153 (1982)
  • Kitty's Fairy Tale reality; home to Lockheed and Bamfs.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-5391 Spaceman Speed Carter (1953)
  • Home reality of Speed Carter, Crash Morgan, Stellar Stone, and General Stone. Takes place in 2075 A.D.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-5423 Exiles #50 (2004)
  • Reality where Exiles helped Mimic of this reality to redeem himself.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-5464 Daring Mystery Comics #4 (1940)
  • Home reality of Whirlwind Carter. Humanity has spread to Venus and elsewhere. Earth is threatened by aliens, but protected by interplanetary Secret Service.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-5555 Dragon's Claws #1 (1988)
Earth-5556 Doctor Who Monthly #60 (1982)
  • Reality where Merlyn and Arthur trapped Catavolcus and killed him using fusion device known as Dragon. They themselves escaped the explosion with the help of a time-traveling Doctor.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #7 ("Merlyn" entry).
Earth-5631 Power Pack #1 (2005)
  • Reality of the 2005 Power Pack miniseries (and possibly the various Marvel Age miniseries following it).
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #10 ("Snarks" entry).
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 antimatter bomb on him.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-5700 Weapon X: Days of Future Now #1 (2005)
Earth-5701 Cable & Deadpool #15 (2005)
Earth-5764 Exiles #64 (2005)
  • Home reality of the blind Hyperion who helped Exiles to beat Hyperion of Earth-4023.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-6023 She-Hulk #3 (2006)
  • Possible future where Southpaw becomes a lawyer and a superhero; this Southpaw served as She-Hulk's lawyer in her Time Variance Authority trial.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #10 ("Southpaw" entry).
Earth-6025 Marvel Team-Up vol. 3 #15 (2006)
  • Diverged from Earth-2992; home reality of Chronok.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #5 ("Gravity" entry).
Earth-6034 Fantastic Four/Iron Man: Big in Japan #4 (2006)
  • Possible future where the Moloids forge a civilization on the remains of the Apocalypse Beast; by 12425 A.D., they have exhausted the resources of that "world."
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z: Update #2 ("Apocalypse Beast" entry).
Earth-6078 Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #7 (2006)
  • Aunt May died in an accident; Uncle Ben raised Peter Parker, who used his Spider-Man powers and identity to become a celebrity. Ben and Peter drifted apart as the latter's fame increased. This reality's Ben was taken to Earth-616 by the Hobgoblin of 2211.
  • First numbered in Spider-Man: Back in Black Handbook ("Hobgoblin (2211 A.D.)" entry).
Earth-6095 Ms. Marvel vol. 2 #5 (2006)
  • A swarm of alien insects stripped this Earth of all life.
  • First numbered in Mystic Arcana: The Book of Marvel Magic ("Sir Warren Traveler" entry).
Earth-6141 New Excalibur #1 (2006) (known)
  • The Shadow King possessed Charles Xavier and founded an evil version of the X-Men known as the Shadow Mob. They traveled to Earth-616 and fought New Excalibur.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #9 ("Shadow King" entry).
Earth-6195 Exiles #85 (2006)
  • Home reality of zombified Wolverine recruited in the Exiles replacement team after they had been fired by Timebreakers.
  • First numbered in Marvel Zombies: The Book of Angels, Demons & Various Monstrosities ("Marvel Zombies" entry).
Earth-6215 Marvel Team-Up vol. 3 #15 (2006)
  • Most superheroes slain by the time-traveling villain Chronok. Home reality of the League of Losers.
  • First numbered in Marvel Legacy: The 1990s Handbook.
Earth-6216 Amazing Fantasy #16 (2006)
  • Reality where a group of Death's Head 3.0 robots were involved in an attack on Earth. One of them was captured by AIM and modified by Monica Rappaccini to house a synthetic Uni-Power, becoming Death's Head 3.0.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #9 ("Monica Rappaccini" entry).
Earth-6297 Journey Into Mystery #86 (1962)
  • Home reality of Zarrko the Tomorrow Man.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #12 ("Zarrko the Tomorrow Man" entry).
Earth-6311
also known as Other-Earth
Fantastic Four vol. 1 #19 (1963)
Earth-6375 Exiles #75 (2006)
  • An alternate (but very close approximation to the original) version of Earth-928 visited by the Exiles while chasing the Proteus of Earth-58163 through the multiverse in Exiles #75-76. Divergent events include the disappearances of that era's Hulk (taken as a host by Proteus, dying afterward in another reality) and Spider-Man 2099 (who joins the Exiles and leaves his home reality after Proteus reveals his identity to the world).
  • Though this reality continued to be identified as Earth-928 in the pages of Exiles to issue #92, it was designated as Earth-6375 in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #5 ("Hyperion" entry).
Earth-6706 New Exiles #1 (2008)
  • Reality where Earth was hit by meteor shower that killed two-thirds of the human race including Reed Richards, Benjamin Grimm and Johnny Storm. North and South American continents were split down the middle and several other nations were totally destroyed like England, Cuba and Japan. Planet has now divided in several waring nations.
  • First numbered in New Exiles #2 (2008).
Earth-6943 Thor #163 (1969)
  • Alternate future set after a nuclear war; mutated humans from this reality were used by Pluto in a bid to conquer present-day Earth.
  • First numbered in Marvel Zombies: The Book of Angels, Demons & Various Monstrosities ("Pluto" entry).
Earth-6966 Silver Surfer vol. 1 #6 (1969)
  • Distant future Earth dominated by the Overlord.
  • First numbered in Marvel Legacy: The 1960s Handbook.
Earth-7044 Ultimate Civil War: Spider-Ham #1 (2007)
  • Home reality of an alternate Spider-Ham that was infected by a virus that turned him into a zombie.
  • First numbered in Marvel Zombies: The Book of Angels, Demons & Various Monstrosities ("Marvel Zombies" entry).
Earth-7124 X-Men & Doctor Doom: Chaos Engine: Part One (2001)
  • Reality that is ruled by Magneto. It was temporally fused with Earth-616 by Magneto of Earth-616 when he got his hands on the Cosmic Cube.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z: Update #4 ("Red Skull" entry).
Earth-7412 Fantastic Four vol. 1 #153 (1974)
  • Reality created from the merging of Machus and Femizonia.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-7414 Marvel Preview #4 (1976)
  • Reality set around 17,000 A.D. Home reality of Prince Wayfinder and the Enigma Force, as well as the ancestors of the population of the Spiral Path in the Microverse.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #7 ("Microverse" entry).
Earth-7484 Astonishing Tales #25 (1974)
  • Home reality of Deathlok the Demolisher.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-7511 Iron Man vol. 1 #80 (1975)
  • Fragmented America.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-7528 Strange Tales vol. 1 #178 (1975)
  • Home timeline of the Magus, an evil future counterpart of Adam Warlock.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #6 ("Magus" entry). Mistakenly listed as Earth-7228 in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z: Update #1 ("In-Betweener" entry).
Earth-7592
also known as Earth-Interface
Vampire Tales #9 (1975)
  • Reality set in 2311 A.D. The people of this era drew on the energies of the past, a process which transported various people from the past to their time - including Jack the Ripper and a vampire named David St. Francis.
  • First numbered in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Horror 2005.
Earth-7613 Thor #243 (1975)
  • Set in the 50th Century; this era's Earth was conquered by Zarrko, but the entire reality was ultimately destroyed by the Time-Twisters.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #11 ("Time-Keepers" entry).
Earth-7635 Thor #245 (1976)
  • Duplicate of Earth-7613 which was not destroyed by the Time-Twisters; Zarrko returned to this world, only to discover he had been replaced as leader.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #12 ("Zarrko the Tomorrow Man" entry).
Earth-7712 What If? vol. 1 #6 (1977)
  • Home reality of Big Brain, Dragonfly, Mandroid, and Ultra-Woman. They comprise a Fantastic Four with alternate powers. In their first encounter with Doctor Doom Reed is forced to transfer his mental power to Doom's body, and renames himself Mr Fantastic. This group is possibly destroyed by Vangaard.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-7888
also known as Earth-M or Earth-Moebius
The Silver Surfer (1978)
  • Home reality of Ardina.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-7940 Marvel Two-In-One #50 (1979)
  • Galactus consumes the Earth, but life survives.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-8009 Marvel Two-In-One #67 (1980)
  • Thundra's new home where she becomes leader of the Sisterhood; this reality's Femizonia was never invaded by Machus.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005 ("Thundra" entry).
Earth-8107 Spider-Man: Back in Black Handbook (2007)
  • Reality where the origins of two incarnations of Videoman correlate with those presented in the characters' original appearances on the television series Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends. It is unknown if other events shown in the Amazing Friends series also occurred in this reality, such as Spider-Man, Iceman and Firestar working together as the "Spider-Friends"; if so, this reality's first published appearance may be Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends #1 (1981), which adapted the television show's pilot episode.
  • First numbered in Spider-Man: Back in Black Handbook ("Videoman" entry).
Earth-8110 What If? vol. 1 #29 (1981)
  • Reality where the Scarlet Centurion convinced the original Avengers to capture the world's super-heroes and then to retire, but they briefly reformed and defeated him when he attempted to conquer the Earth; diverged from Avengers Annual #2. Of all the heroes in this Universe, only Thor and Iron Man survived.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005 ("Scarlet Centurion" entry).
Earth-8158 X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine (2003)
  • Home reality of Z'Nox.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-8180 What If? vol. 1 #28 (1981)
  • The Crimson Mage possesses Ghost Rider; Johnny Blaze dies destroying him.
  • First numbered in Marvel Legacy: The 1980s Handbook.
Earth-8206 Captain America Annual #6 (1982)
  • Adam II conquered Earth; he was defeated by past and present versions of Captain America from Earth-616.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z: Update #2 ("Captain America" entry).
Earth-8208 Bizarre Adventures #32 (1982)
Earth-8212 What If? vol. 1 #35 (1981)
Earth-8222 What If? vol. 1 #31 (1981)
  • The Thing becomes a menace and efforts to stop him neutralize the Fantastic Four's powers, as well as prevent the origins of Spider-Man, Thor, Hulk, Iron Man and the Avengers.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-8280 Uncanny X-Men #160 (1982)
  • X-Men rescue Illyana Rasputin from Belasco, but are trapped in Otherplace (Limbo) as a result.
  • First numbered in Marvel Zombies: The Book of Angels, Demons & Various Monstrosities ("Belasco" entry).
Earth-8311
also known as the Larval Universe
Marvel Tails #1 (1983)
  • Home reality of the spectacular Spider-Ham.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-8312 What If? vol. 1 #42 (1983)
Earth-8321 What If? vol. 1 #37 (1983)
  • The Thing continues to mutate from Virus X, but is eventually cured. Giant-Man joins the Fantastic Four.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-8386 Incredible Hulk #286 (1983)
  • Set in the 41st Century AD; future Earth conquered by a version of Kang the Conqueror who was ultimately slain by the Council of Kangs. Following instructions broadcast from a statue in Kang's image, all men are trained from birth and sent into perpetual combat with one another, each struggling to become the "Hero of the Day."
  • First numbered in World War Hulk: Gamma Files ("Hero of the Day" entry).
Earth-8410 Machine Man vol. 2 #1 (1984)
Earth-8545 Exiles #20 (2003)
  • Reality where earth was run over by mutated Lecavy Virus that turned all it infected in Vi-Locks. Exiles helped the survivors to contact Asgardians of this reality, whose blood turned out to have ability to heal the infection.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-8591 Uncanny X-Men #189 (1985)
  • Reality that diverged from Earth-616 when Nimrod from Earth-811 killed Kulan Gath's host. Reality where Kulan Gath turned New York to Hyborian city under his rule and was not killed.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Magik" entry).
Earth-8649 Exiles #2 (2001)
  • Reality where Exiles was send to make sure Phoenix of that reality dies during the trial of the Phoenix.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-8657 Avengers vol. 1 #269 (1986)
  • Reality diverged by Immortus; Kang the Conqueror dies instead of Ravonna.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #5 ("Immortus" entry).
Earth-8710 Thor #384 (1987)
  • Home reality of Dargo Ktor, the Once and Future Thor.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #6 ("Korvac" entry).
Earth-8720 New Mutants vol. 1 #48 (1987)
Earth-8810 Fantastic Four vol. 1 #338 (1988)
  • An alternate future where the Black Celestial and the Galactus of this world created a "Time Bubble."
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-8908 Marvel Comics Presents #25 (1989)
  • Home reality of Nth Man.
  • First numbered in Marvel Legacy: The 1990s Handbook.
Earth-8910 Excalibur vol. 1 #14 (1989)
Earth-8912 Iron Man vol. 1 #250 (1989)
  • Home reality of Young Arthur and Iron Man (Andros Stark). Takes place in 2093 A.D.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9006 Excalibur vol. 1 #24 (1990)
  • Home reality of Lady London.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9010 Marvel Comics Presents #61 (1990)
  • Marjorie Brinks leads war against demonic Sun.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9011 What If? vol. 2 #18 (1990)
  • "Fantastic Four" fought Doom before gaining powers; Reed Richards helped Doom recover his mother; Doom then seeks vengeance for being proven inferior and ends up empowering the Fantastic Four.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-9031 What If? vol. 2 #11 (1990)
  • All Fantastic Four members gain flame powers, but retire after killing a child in a fire; Ben returns as the Human Torch and joins the Avengers while Susan becomes a nun.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-9032 What If? vol. 2 #11 (1990)
  • All Fantastic Four members gain stretching powers, but retire due to shame; Johnny becomes the entertainer Mr. Fantastic, Ben Grim marries Susan Storm and Reed spends his days in research.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-9033 What If? vol. 2 #11 (1990)
  • All Fantastic Four members become monstrous and retire to Monster Isle.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-9034 What If? vol. 2 #11 (1990)
  • All Fantastic Four members gain invisibility powers and become agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, battling Doctor Doom.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-9061 Fantastic Four vol. 1 #341 (1990)
  • Stalin Robot.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-9105 New Warriors vol. 1 #11 (1991)
  • "Forever Yesterday"; Egyptian-dominated Earth, created from Earth-616 by the second Sphinx.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9111 Excalibur vol. 1 #44 (1991)
  • Home reality of Sister Gaia.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9140 What If? vol. 2 #24 (1991)
  • Wolverine becomes "Lord of Vampires" and is slain by the Punisher.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9200
also known as Dystopia
Hulk: Future Imperfect #1 (1992)
  • Home reality of the tyrannical Maestro.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9201 Avengers vol. 1 #343 (1992)
  • Home reality of Magdalene, one of Proctor's Gatherers.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #6 ("Magdalene" entry).
Earth-9208 Deathlok Annual #1 (1992)
  • Reality where Timestream from Earth-7484 was banished, where he fought as a freedom fighter until he was forced to leave by Deathlok of Earth-616.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z: Update #4 ("Timestream" entry).
Earth-9212 Exiles #11 (2002)
  • Reality where Exiles was sent to stop a back robbery and got to stay there for a week.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-9242 Exiles #35 (2003) (mentioned)
  • Reality where earth is over run by Brood and where Mimic was accidentally sent and spent four years there.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-9250 What If? vol. 2 #37 (1992)
  • Wolverine becomes "Lord of Vampires," and kills the Punisher.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9260 What If? vol. 2 #38 (1992)
  • Alternate reality in which Seth conquered Asgard and imprisoned and enthralled Thor, nearly killed and absorbed the power of Odin.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9261
also known as Londinium
Motormouth #1 (1992)
  • Reality where Romans conquered the entire earth. Fashion is outlawed by the Fashion Police, who are opposed by the FUR (Fashion Underground Revolutionaries).
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #7 ("Motormouth" entry).
Earth-9272 Motormouth #2 (1992)
  • Future reality in circa 2191 A.D. where Motormouth fought Mega-Mall security robots and was implanted with a Soni-Muta-500 Unit.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #7 ("Motormouth" entry).
Earth-9309 Spider-Man 2099 #11 (1993) (mentioned)
  • Home reality of Thanatos, an evil version of Rick Jones.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9324 Avengers: Terminatrix Objective #2 (1993) (mentioned)
  • Home reality of an alternate Ravonna who had a Grandmaster-like appearance.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #11 ("Terminatrix" entry).
Earth-9339
also known as Irth
Excalibur Annual #1 (1993)
  • Home reality of Ghath and Khaos.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9411 Spectacular Spider-Man Adventures #1 (1995)
  • Setting of Panini's Spectacular Spider-Man comic. The comic is based in the continuity of the 1994 Spider-Man animated series, and the number designation matches the premiere date of the first episode of that series ("Night of the Lizard", November 1994), suggesting that this may also be the world of that series as well.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #7 ("Merlyn" entry).
Earth-9413 Death Wreck #3 (1994)
  • Home of the Path of Righteousness; takes place in 2159 A.D.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005 ("2020 A.D." entry).
Earth-9445 Guardians of the Galaxy #44 (1994)
  • The Brother Royal of the Badoon, inspired by a Yaka dagger left behind by the time-traveling Guardians of the Galaxy, leads his people to conquer Alpha Centauri's three worlds and to make great scientific advances.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z: Update #1 ("Badoon" entry).
Earth-9500 Spider-Man 2099 Meets Spider-Man #1 (1995)
  • Home reality of an alternate future Hobgoblin (Robin Borne) and Spider-Man (Max Borne); takes place in 2211 A.D.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005 ("2099 A.D." entry).
Earth-9510 What If? vol. 2 #78 (1995)
Earth-9511 The Last Avengers Story #1 (1995)
  • The government instituted a program where supervillains were captured, and subsequently executed; this caused a rift amongst superheroes and the United States government. In addition, Quicksilver inadvertently killed the Scarlet Witch, and the Hulk tore Tigra in twain.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-9561 Nocturne #1 (1995)
  • Reality where Night Raven was killed. His successor was Graham Poldark who found his last battlesuit and adopted the alias of Nocturne.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #8 ("Night Raven" entry).
Earth-9575 X-Man #69 (2000) (known)
  • Home reality of the Madelyne Pryor that ruled Earth-998 as the Red Queen.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #9 ("Red Queen" entry). This reality's Madelyne Pryor first appeared in X-Man #5 (1995), although her true nature was not revealed until X-Man #67.
Earth-9602
also known as the Amalgam Universe
Marvel vs. DC #3 (1995)
  • Reality created by the merging of the Marvel Universe (Earth-616) and the DC Universe.
  • First numbered as Earth-962 in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four. Re-numbered Earth-9602 in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9620 Excalibur vol. 1 #94 (1996)
  • "Days of Future Tense" alternate future, prophesied by Captain Britain during his time as Britannic.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9722 Incredible Hulk #450 (1997)
  • Alternate Dystopia where the Hulk slew the Maestro and stayed there to rebuild it.
  • First numbered in World War Hulk: Gamma Files ("Hulk" entry)
Earth-9809 Fantastic Four vol. 3 #9 (1998)
  • Home reality of Caledonia.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9811 What If? vol. 2 #114 (1998)
  • Secret Wars participants trapped on Battleworld. Their children return to Earth.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-9812 Avengers Forever #1 (1998)
  • Avengers Galactic Battalion conquers the universe. The Time-Keepers tasked Immortus with averting this timeline.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #5 ("Immortus" entry).
Earth-9870 X-Men & Spider-Man: Time's Arrow: The Future (1998)
  • Occurs in 4000 A.D. Aliya survives instead of Cable.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9890 Excalibur vol. 1 #124 (1998)
Earth-9891 X-Men & Spider-Man: Time's Arrow: The Future (1998)
  • Home reality of Dream Summers; alternate Days of Future Past set in 2035 AD.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9892 X-Men & Spider-Man: Time's Arrow: The Future (1998)
  • Home reality of Ravonna and set in the 41st century; reality where Kang encountered Ravonna before he had first tried to conquer her realm and tried to marry her, but the X-Men tried to tell her of his true nature. Kang tried to slay them and unwittingly killed Ravonna instead; Kang submitted to having his armor stripped and was placed in eternal imprisonment.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9904 What If? vol. 1 #9 (1978)
  • A team of Avengers is formed during the 1950s, consisting of Gorilla-Man (Hale), M-11 the Human Robot, Marvel Boy (Grayson), Venus, and the 3-D Man. This world was erased by Immortus. (This was originally presented as untold history of Earth-616.)
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #5 ("Gorilla-Man" entry).
Earth-9907 A-Next #7 (1999) (mentioned)
  • Reality where earth is Nazi-dominated world ruled by an alternate Doctor Doom; visited several times by the Avengers of Earth-982.
  • First seen in A-Next #10 (1999). First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9910 Bishop: The Last X-Man #1 (1999)
  • Chronomancer's reality; distant future ruled by Trevor Fitzroy.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9921 Gambit vol. 3 #1 (1999)
  • Home reality of New Son, an alternate Gambit.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #2 ("Bella Donna" entry).
Earth-9922 Team X 2000 #1 (1999)
  • Alternate future timeline where the Shi'ar conquered Earth.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z: Update #3 ("Deathbird" entry).
Earth-9927 Exiles #32 (2003)
  • Reality where Morph and Sasquatch was accidentally sent. They fought Wolverine of that reality who just escaped from Weapon X Program.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-9930 Avengers Forever #4 (1999)
Earth-9939
also known as Earth-Charnel
Death3 #1 (1993).
  • Earth conquered by Charnel (Baron Strucker VI); surviving heroes include the Avengers and the X-Saviours.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9997
also known as Earth X
Earth X Sketchbook (1999)
  • Alex Ross' future of the Marvel Universe. It is revealed in issue #11 of Paradise X, that that the events shown in the series are not set in an alternate future as many assumed, but rather an alternate present. The issue reveals that Paradise X is set in 2003, the year of publication. It is unclear if this was the original intent or a later revision.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-10101 Exiles #12 (2002) (known)
  • Home reality of Vision from Weapon X.
  • First numbered in Exiles #83 (2006).
Earth-11113 Fantastic Four vol. 3 #47 (2001)
  • Home reality of the Five for the Future.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-11993 What If? vol. 2 #45 (1993)
  • Barbara Ketch became Ghost Rider; Dan Ketch killed.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-14845 Exiles #49 (2004)
  • Reality where Impossible Man went crazy when Controller tried to take him under his control. Morph from the Exiles managed to remove the control-disk and Imposible Man turned everything back to normal.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-15104 X-Men vol. 2 #150 (2004)
Earth-15731 Exiles #72 (2005)
  • An alternate (but very close approximation to the original) New Universe visited by the Exiles while chasing the Proteus of Earth-58163 through the multiverse in Exiles #72-74. Divergent events include the disappearance of Justice (taken as a host by Proteus, later dying on Earth-6375), and alterations in the histories of Star Brand wielder Ken Connell and the D.P.7.
Earth-20051 Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #1 (2005)
  • The Marvel Adventures universe.
  • First numbered in Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four #25 (2007).
Earth-20152 Marvel Comics Super Special #1 (1977)
  • Home reality of a superheroic version of Kiss.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #4 ("Elf with a Gun" entry).
Earth-20476 Incredible Hulk vol. 2 #204 (1976)
  • Bruce Banner of Earth-616 attempted to travel back in time in a machine of Dr. Kerwin Kronus, his efforts to prevent himself from becoming the Hulk resulted in a divergent reality in which he succeeded, but Rick Jones had died; Banner went back into the past and attempted to reverse these events, returning him to Earth-616.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-20604 Ultimate Fantastic Four #27 (2006)
  • Reed and the others used the teleportation devide to travel trillion miles to space and encountered the Skrulls. Skrulls tricked them to take so called cure for all disease and aging that also granted powers to anyone who used it back to earth. In reality it also included pico-bots that would desiccate their host when activated. When most of earth had used the medicine Skrulls activated it and killed most of the population of Earth and finished the rest with their invasion fleet. This realitys Ben Grimm still managed to save Earth-1610 from the same fate by traveling back in time and sabotaging the teleportation devide.
  • First numbered in Ultimate Secrets ("Earth-President Thor" entry).
Earth-21989 Marvel Tales #219 (1989)
  • Home reality of Marvel Babies.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-21993 What If? vol. 2 #46 (1993)
  • Cable destroys the X-Men.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-22506 Exiles #99 (2007)
  • Reality where Spider-Man from Earth-6375 stayed after he left the Exiles.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry). This reality was first listed as Earth-6375 in Exiles #99.
Earth-23238 Excalibur vol. 1 #23 (1990)
Earth-23895 Exiles #12 (2002) (known)
  • Home reality of Storm from Weapon X.
  • First numbered in Exiles #83 (2006).
Earth-26292 Exiles #54 (2005)
  • Reality where Exiles was told to buy danish and that triggered chain of events that eventually stopped Shi'ar invasion.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-27536 Exiles #89 (2007)
  • Reality where the Exiles battled the Sinister Six.
  • First numbered in Exiles #89 (2007).
Earth-27537 Exiles #89 (2007)
  • Reality where the Exiles battled the Serpent Society.
  • First numbered in Exiles #89 (2007).
Earth-27538 Exiles #89 (2007)
  • Reality where the Exiles battled the Hellfire Club.
  • First numbered in Exiles #89 (2007).
Earth-26749 Marville #1
  • Great Lakes Avengers reality-warp.
  • This Earth could be first seen in Marville mini-series and later seen in GLA mini-series (which included KalAOL of Marville in a cameo appearance).
Earth-31916
also known as the Supremeverse
Supreme Power #1 (2003)
  • Alternate version of the Squadron Supreme.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-32000 X-Men Unlimited vol. 1 #26 (2000)
  • Ages of Apocalypse; Apocalypse reality warps Earth-616 using the Twelve; set in the future.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-33629 Exiles Annual #1 (2006)
  • Reality where a disgruntled Grandmaster from Earth-1815 formed his own team of the original Exiles lineup to combat the actual Exiles.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z: Update #3 ("Power Princess" entry)
Earth-37072 Exiles #54 (2005)
  • Reality where Kulan Gath changed the world and people to more mythical appearance. Exiles managed to kill him and turn the world back to normal.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-40800 Red Raven Comics #1 (1940)
  • Home reality of Comet Pierce and Avis Jort. Occurs in 2150 A.D. where humanity spread throughout planets and moons of the solar system.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-41483 Exiles #63 (2005)
  • One of the realities that the insect species known only as Timebreakers visited. In this reality female vigilante became the Punisher.
  • First numbered in X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files ("Exiles" entry).
Earth-45828
also known as Earth-Razorline
Razorline: The First Cut #1 (Sept. 1993)
Earth-50211 Exiles #85 (2006)
  • Home reality of Albert, an android copy of Wolverine, and his android companion, Elsie-Dee, who were both programmed to kill Wolverine.
  • First numbered in Exiles #85 (2006).
Earth-57780 Spidey Super Stories #1 (1974)
  • Home reality of Jennifer of the Jungle, Captain Mighty, Mad Scientist, Wall and Blowhard.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-58163
also known as House of M
House of M #2 (2005)
  • Magneto began a mutant movement which caused human mutants to be the majority and baseline humans to be the minority. An altered Earth-616.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #6 ("Justice" entry).
Earth-59462 Uncanny X-Men #462 (2005) (mentioned)
Earth-60672 Strange Tales #72 (1960)
  • Reality where Earth is managed by the super-computer Colossus.
  • First numbered in Marvel Legacy: The 1960s Handbook.
Earth-74101 Fantastic Four vol. 1 #151 (1974)
  • Machus reality before merging with Femizonia.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-78411
also known as Dinosaur World
Devil Dinosaur vol. 1 #1 (1978)
  • Home reality of Devil Dinosaur and Moon-Boy.
  • First numbered in Marvel Monsters: From the Files of Ulysses Bloodstone and the Monster Hunters
Earth-82432 What If? vol. 1 #32 (1982)
  • Korvac defeats the Avengers and continues with his plans for universal domination. Thwarted, he ultimately chooses to erase this entire reality using the Ultimate Nullifier.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #6 ("Korvac" entry).
Earth-82801 What If? vol. 1 #34 (1982)
  • The Fantastic Four are literally bananas.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-83234 Bizarre Adventures #34 (1983)
  • Howard the Duck never arrived on Earth.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #5 ("Howard the Duck" entry).
Earth-88194
also known as Earth-Shadowline
Dr. Zero #1 (1988)
  • On this Earth, there are no superhuman beings save for "shadows" — they are similar to humankind, but are a completely distinct species in terms of abilities (and occasionally) appearance. This is also the home reality of Terror.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-89112 What If? vol. 2 #6 (1989)
  • S'ym and the hordes of Limbo succeed in conquering and corrupting Earth. The Living Tribunal nearly erases this reality, but the sacrifice of the Phoenix Force - which purges the demons - stays his hand.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #6 ("Living Tribunal" entry).
Earth-89947 Excalibur vol. 1 #44 (1991)
Earth-90110 What If? vol. 2 #19 (1990)
  • The Ultravision's Utopia; home reality of the Cosmic Avengers.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-90111 What If? vol. 2 #19 (1990)
  • The Ultravision's Dystopia; Genoshan bombing of U.S.A. sends world into chaos, Ultravision prepares to conquer universe.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-90651 Marvel Fanfare #51 (1990)
  • Reality where Silver Surfer stayed on earth with Mantis and her son Sprout.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #8 ("Quoi" entry).
Earth-91111 What If? vol. 2 #30 (1991)
  • Invisible Woman dies in second childbirth; baby Suzy becomes a monstrous creature and is banished to the Negative Zone by her brother, Franklin Richards.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-91112 What If? vol. 2 #30 (1991)
  • Mary, the daughter of Susan Storm and Reed Richards, brings about a new age of peace.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-91172 Exiles: Days of Then and Now (2008)
  • Reality where Quentin Quire, aided by Blink and Sabretooth formed his own team of Exiles.
  • First numbered in New Exiles #0 (2008).
Earth-93060
also known as the Ultraverse
Hardcase #1 (1993)
Earth-93091 Avengers: Terminatrix Objective #1 (1993)
  • Odexis, set in 9999 A.D.; reality where Relevation (an alternate Terminatrix) helped Kang to rebuild Chronopolis and rule by his side.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #11 ("Terminatrix" entry).
Earth-93112 Warlock and the Infinity Watch #12 (1993)
  • Alternate future dominated by the Magus; home reality of Maxam.
  • First numbered in Marvel Legacy: The 1970s Handbook.
Earth-93122 Death Wreck #2 (1994)
  • Set in 2053 A.D.; home reality of Dredge.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005 ("2020 A.D." entry).
Earth-93411 Motormouth & Killpower #11 (1993)
  • Home reality of CARE (Citizen's Assistance Resource Executive) and the Electro-Vampires; visited by Motormouth and Killpower.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #7 ("Motormouth" entry).
Earth-95121 Fantastic Force #12 (1995)
  • Reality where the Red Ghost and the Super-Apes became the Fantastic Four; possibly destroyed by Vangaard.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-95122 Fantastic Force #12 (1995)
  • Fantastic Four had 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.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-96020 Avengers: Timeslide (1996)
  • Home of a teenaged Tony Stark who replaced Earth-616's Iron Man for a short period before Onslaught's attack.
  • First numbered in Marvel Legacy: The 1990s Handbook.
Earth-97102 What If? vol. 2 #100 (1997)
  • Fantastic Four sent to Oz-like world after space flight.
  • First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-98120 Avengers Forever #1 (1998)
  • Genis-Vell and Songbird marry and have a son, Ely. However, the Council of Aligned Planets exterminate 90% of Earth's population, including Songbird, in an attempt to slay Genis (they only succeed in crippling him). Ely grows up to become a destroyer of worlds under the guidance of the imprisoned Magus, dark side of Adam Warlock.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #6 ("Magus" entry).
Earth-98125 Marvel Vision #25 (1998)
  • Home reality of a Captain Britain who chose both the Amulet of Life and the Sword of Might.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-98151 Marvel Team-Up vol. 2 #5 (1998)
  • A reality where the villainous Authority used the Globe of Ultimate Knowledge to absorb all known information, thus eventually controlling the entire universe.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #1 ("Authority" entry).
Earth-99476
also known as Dino-World
Excalibur vol. 1 #9 (1989) (mentioned)
  • Home of Britannicus Rex and the Dinosaur People.
  • First seen in Excalibur vol. 1 #51 (1992). First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-105709 What If? vol. 2 #9 (1990)
  • X-Men died 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.
  • First numbered in Quasar #30.
Earth-120185 Transformers #1 (1984)
  • The reality encompassing the Marvel UK incarnation of the Transformers, Action Force and others. Notably, it is not the same reality featured in the Marvel U.S. Transformers comic book series, but rather an expanded version of it. The first UK-originated story is printed in UK issue #9—this Earth's numerical designation is a reference to the date of publication of this issue, the 12th of January, 1985.
  • First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #3 ("Death's Head" entry).
Earth-148611
also known as the New Universe
Star Brand #1 (1986)
  • Jim Shooter created a line of Marvel comics taking place in a separate universe based in a "more realistic setting." Superpowers were given to several people in a deus ex machina called the White Event.
  • First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-187319 Exiles #95 (2007)
  • Reality where Victor von Doom is the leader of the Four Fantastic. This earth (only earth, not the reality) was destroyed by Reed Richards - Mole Man.
  • First numbered in Exiles #96.
Earth-818793
also known as Army of Darkness
Army of Darkness: Ashes 2 Ashes #1 (2004)
  • Reality encompassing the Dynamite Army of Darkness comics. Ash Williams of this universe visited Earth-2149 and battled the Marvel Zombies in Marvel Zombies/Army of Darkness (2007).
  • First numbered in Marvel Zombies: The Book of Angels, Demons & Various Monstrosities ("Marvel Zombies" entry).
  • So named after the release dates of the Evil Dead Trilogy (1981, 1987 and 1993).
Earth-901237 Exiles #5 (2001)
  • Reality where the Exiles fought a rampaging Hulk.
  • First numbered in New Exiles #0 (2008)
Earth-921031 X-Men: The Animated Series
  • Home reality of the X-Men: The Animated Series.
  • This universe existed prior to the current Marvel Universe, and was destroyed by the fracturing of the M’Kraan Crystal.
The DC Universe (New Earth) New Fun Comics #1, (1935); Zero Hour #0, (1994); JLA/Avengers, (2003)

Pocket dimensions: universes within universes

See also: List of Marvel Comics dimensions

  • Avalon: Also known as Otherworld. Home of Merlyn, Roma and the Captain Britain Corps. Based on the mythical "Avalon".
  • Counter-Earth (Heroes Reborn): A pocket dimension where Franklin Richards stored many of Earth's superheroes after the events surrounding the appearance of Onslaught. It is said to have an alternate orbit of the 616-Earth on the other side of the sun.
  • The Darkforce Dimension: The Darkforce's origin is unknown. Some stories suggest that it is actually matter from a parallel universe that may be accessed by mystical means. Connected characters include Cloak and Shroud.
  • The Encroachiverses: A series of universes deemed failures by extremely powerful, unnamed beings; includes the Dimension of Suicide, the Baloney-verse, the 976-verse, the Trashi-verse, the Don't-Worry-Be-Happy-verse, the Noriega-verse, the Narcissi-verse, the Media-verse, the Puppet-verse, and the Insipiverse.
  • The Hill: A dangerous pocket dimension used by Mikhail Rasputin after flooding the Morlock tunnels. Rasputin brought all Morlocks to The Hill to raise them in a survival of the fittest mentality. In this dimension time runs several times faster. While in 616 only 1 or 2 years passed more than ten years passed in the Hill. Marrow and the other Gene Nation members grew up in this dimension.
  • Limbo: Also known as "True Limbo" or "Temporal Limbo", Outside of time historically ruled by Immortus and the location to which Rom the Spaceknight banished the Dire Wraiths.
  • The Microverse: Originally, many microverses existed within the Marvel Multiverse. The most commonly visited is the one containing the regions known as Sub-Atomica and the Micronauts Homeworld.
  • The Mojoverse: A dimension where all beings are addicted to gladiator-like television programs. Ruled by Mojo and home to Longshot and the X-Babies.
  • The Negative Zone: Mostly uninhabited, it is a universe parallel to Earth's with many similarities. One major difference is all matter in the Negative Zone is negatively charged. Negative Zone Prison Alpha is located here. Also the home of Blastaar and Annihilus.
  • Otherplace: Also known as "Limbo" or "Demonic Limbo", A magical dimension of demons which were historically ruled by Belasco and was primarily featured in X-Men comics.
  • The Void: A pocket dimension that exists inside Shaman's medicine bag.
  • The Soul Gem: A pocket dimension that exists inside the green infinity gem.

References

  • Marvel Encyclopedia Volume 6: Fantastic Four (November 2004)
  • Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Alternate Universes 2005
  • Marvel Legacy: The 1960s Handbook (2006)
  • Marvel Legacy: The 1970s Handbook (2006)
  • Marvel Legacy: The 1980s Handbook (2006)
  • Marvel Legacy: The 1990s Handbook (2007)
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