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This is a list of parallel earths, provided for reference, from my fanfics as well as from Doctor Who,Star Trek,Marvel,DC and Sliders.

Compilation (C) 2002-2013 Mr SciRev

For page 1 go here

Earth-5521 – Phoenix Illuminati Earth. Illuminati unleash Phoenix onto Skrull Homeworld, who is subsequently destroyed by Reed
to avoid her further descent into madness & a greater Shi’ar invasion. Illuminati Disbanded. (Dark Reign Fantastic Four#3)
Earth-5555 Dragon’s Claws #1 (1988)
Reality set in 8162 A.D. Home of Dragon’s Claws and the bounty-hunting Death’s Head.
First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
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 vol. 3 #1 (2005)
World of the Marvel Age Power Pack series.
First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #10 (“Snarks” entry).
Earth-5700 Weapon X: Days of Future Now #1 (2005)
Alternate Days of Future Past.
First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-5701 – Cable & Deadpool #15 (2005)
Alternate Age of Apocalypse.
First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-6023 – She-Hulk vol. 2 #3 (2005)
Possible future where Southpaw becomes an accomplished lawyer and superhero.
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; homeworld of Chronok.
First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #5 (“Gravity” entry).
Earth-6078 – Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #7 (2006)
Homeworld of an alternate Ben Parker.
First numbered in Spider-Man: Back in Black Handbook.
Earth-6141 – New Excalibur #1 (2006)
The Shadow King possessed Charles Xavier and founded an evil version of the X-Men known as the Shadow Mob.
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.
Earth-6215 – Marvel Team-Up vol. 3 #15 (2006)
Most superheroes slain by the time-traveling villain Chronok. Homeworld of the League of Losers.
First numbered in Marvel Legacy: The 1990s Handbook.
Earth-6216 – Amazing Fantasy #16 (2006)
Reality where Monica Rappaccini created Death’s Head 3.0, which housed a synthetic Uni-Power.
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)
Homeworld of Zarrko, the Tomorrow Man.
First numbered in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #12 (“Zarrko” entry).
Earth-6311 – Also known as Other-Earth Fantastic Four vol. 1 #19 (1963)
Home world of Nathaniel Richards (around year 3000), who later becomes Rama-Tut, the Scarlet Centurion, Kang the Conqueror and Immortus.
Briefly ruled about 1800 years before by Nathaniel Richards (father of Reed Richards) and Cassandra, Nathaniel’s second wife (as Warlord).
First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
Earth-6375 – Spider-Man 2099′s Earth – Exiles #75 (2006), Exiles #99
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-6590 – Reed-6590′s Earth (FF#570)

Earth-6706 – Gambit’s earth. Avenging son earth (new exiles #2)

Earth-6966 – Silver Surfer vol. 1 #6 (1969)
Distant future Earth dominated by the Overlord.
First numbered in Marvel Legacy: The 1960s Handbook.
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. Homeworld 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 world of Deathlok the Demolisher.
First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-7511 – Iron Man vol. 1 #80 (1975)
Fragmented America. The Black Lama’s Earth.
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).
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 – The Mighty Thor vol. 1 #243 (1976)
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 – The Mighty Thor vol. 1 #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” entry).

Earth-7642 – Crossover Marvel Earth. Stories like X-Men/Teen Titans, Darkness/Wolverine and Wildcats/X-Men took place here.
Earth-7712 – What If? vol. 1 #6 (1977)
Home world of alternate Fantastic Four: Mr Fantastic (originally Big Brain, with body of Dr Doom), Dragonfly, Mandroid,
and Ultra-Woman. In their first encounter with Doctor Doom Reed is forced to transfer his mental power to Doom’s body,
and renames himself Mr Fantastic. They were killed by Nathaniel Richards – What If? II#39.
This universe is possibly destroyed by Vangaard, Fantastic Force#12
First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.

Earth-7777 – Narnia Universe (movies)
Earth-7778 – Narnia Universe (books)

Earth-7812 – Rick Jones was the Hulk (What If? v1 #12), now Hulk,seperated from Rick,rules the Negative Zone-7812.
Earth-7888
also known as Earth-M or Earth-Moebius The Silver Surfer (1978)
Home world of Ardina.
First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.

Earth-7918 – Post-Space War Earth. First seen in What If? v1 #14. Also AlphaGate #4 fanfic. (offical number from Marvel wikia)

Earth-7940 Marvel Two-In-One #50 (1979)
Galactus consumes the Earth, but life survives.
The Thing went to the past and ended up on this parallel earth. Ben Grimm-7940 is no longer the thing thanks to 616′s the Thing.
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).
Dark Reign:Savage She-Hulk #1-4 (2009)

Earth-8101 – Marvel Apes (Amazing Spider-Man Family #1;Marvel Apes v1 #1-4,Grunt Line Special #1)

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.

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-8149 Polaris eliminated by Sentinels. Exiles v4 #1 (2009)
Earth-8158 X-Men/Magneto: Chaos Engine (2003)
Home world of Z’Nox.
Noted 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-8208 Bizarre Adventures #32 (1982)
The Celestials’ Chosen Ones return to earth in 2160 A.D.
First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-8212 What If? vol. 1 #35 (1981)
Home world of the Reed Richards Rocket Group (a powerless Fantastic Four).
First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
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-8311
also known as the Larval Universe Marvel Tails #1 (1983)
Home world of the spectacular Spider-Ham.
First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
(Amazing Spider-Family #4)
Earth-8312 What If? vol. 1 #42 (1983)
Invisible Woman died giving birth to Franklin; Mr. Fantastic sought vengeance on Annihilus
for the delay and then commits suicide.
First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
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-8396 New Exiles #11. Codename Venger’s Earth.
Earth-8410 Machine Man vol. 2 #1 (1984) and Death’s Head I#9-10
Alternate reality set in 2020 AD; home world of Iron Man 2020 (Arno Stark) and Death’s Head II
Mister Fantastic sends Death-Head here by mistake.

First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
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)
Homeworld of Dargo Ktor, the Once and Future Thor, former member of the cult of the Hammer.
Depowered after throwing Mjolnir back to the real dimensionally displaced 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)
Alternate Days of Future Past visited by the New Mutants.
First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
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-8823 – The Witch Wanda’s Earth. Witch Wanda was killed in Exiles v4 #4. Exiles v4 #1 (2009)

Earth-8901 – Has a terraformed uninhabited planet used to grow wheat called “The Farm”. (FF#571)
Earth-8908 Marvel Comics Presents #25 (1989)
Home world of Nth Man.
First numbered in Marvel Legacy: The 1990s Handbook.
Earth-8910 Excalibur vol. 1 #14 (1989)
Home world of Cap’n Brit; Earth was devastated by Galactus and repopulated by the Impossible Man.
First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-8912 Iron Man vol. 1 #250 (1989)
Home world 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 world 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 an entertainer with the name Mr. Fantastic, Ben Grimm marries Susan Storm while 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 world 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 world of the tyrannical Maestro.
First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9201 Avengers vol. 1 #343 (1992)
Homeworld 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-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 world of Thanatos, an evil version of Rick Jones.
First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9324 Avengers: Terminatrix Objective #2 (1993)
Home world of a Ravonna who resembled the Grandmaster in 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 world 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-9442 Nova 0:0′s Earth, where Robert Rider became Nova and the Deathstorm ravaged earth (Nova origin of Richard Rider)
Earth-9500 Spider-Man 2099 Meets Spider-Man #1 (1995)
Home world 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)
Original Fantastic Four killed by De’lila; new FF (Ghost Rider, Wolverine, Hulk and Spider-Man) stayed together;
broke up after defeated by Abomination, Devos, Lady Deathstrike and Paibok.
First numbered in Marvel Encyclopedia: Fantastic Four.
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 #5 (1995) (implied)
Home reality of 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).

Earth-9602 – Amalgam Universe (Marvel-DC)

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-9809 Fantastic Four vol. 3 #9 (1998)
Home world 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)
Home world of Privateer Albion.
First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
Earth-9891 X-Men & Spider-Man: Time’s Arrow: The Future (1998)
Home world 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 world 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)
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 World; 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-9930 Avengers Forever #4 (1999)
Killraven as an Avenger.
First numbered in Alternate Universes 2005.
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.

Continued in Parallel Earths page 3

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