This article needs additional citations for verification. The DC Multiverse is a fictional continuity construct that is used in Fight for multiverse Vol. 11 PDF Comics publications.
Författare: Dan Abnett.
The Multiverse has undergone numerous changes and has included various universes, listed below between the original Multiverse and its successors. Originally there was no consistency regarding “numbered” Earths—they would be either spelled out as words or use numbers even within the same story. Variations of some of these worlds appeared in the 52 and New 52 multiverse, which are also Hypertime realties. Earth-Zero is populated by Bizarro versions of various DC characters.
It is a homage to Bizarro World, with its population of Bizarros and cubical shape. The original Bizarro World was not a parallel Earth, but another planet that existed in the same universe as Earth-One. This was one of the proposed names for the post-Zero Hour DC Universe after a somewhat definitive timeline was established. The default Earth for most of DC’s comics during the time the original Multiverse construct was in use, Earth-One was by far the most populated and widely explored and it retained dominance over the other four worlds which merged with it during the Crisis on Infinite Earths storyline.
Politically, Earth-Two was different from the Earth-One template modeled after Earth-Prime. Had a Hypertime copy called Earth-2. DC Wiki suggests that the Golden Age appearances of Superboy might have been on this Earth. Note this is different from Earth-Forty, where Superboy was already a famous superhero who grew up and regularly operated in Metropolis. This Earth was introduced at the beginning of Crisis, and disappeared less than a year later.