This article is about a parallel universe. For the mainstream universe, see Earth.
Earth-Majestic is a parallel universe that co-exists as one with the Earth native to Clark Kent's universe. In this realm, the Kryptonian who was raised there became the superhero known as Mister Majestic.
This Earth is the latest target of the Monitors. It was later decimated by them like all the other parallel Earths before it. The only survivor of this universe is Jor-El's consciousness from the Fortress of Solitude.
Superman and Lois Lane emerge from a wormhole to find themselves in a destroyed Metropolis under siege by the Monitors. Superman takes Lois and they fly to a higher ground. Lois asks if they time-traveled but Clark says the rift they fell through was just like the one Chloe from Earth-2 crashed through. Clark then asks Lois why is she whispering and she says that this exactly the kind of place where you whisper, while also showing to him a man in a red and white costume, bound to the top of a building, similar to that of Daily Planet. Clark realizes they are lost in the Multiverse and Lois asks how are they going to return back but Clark says he doesn't know if they will, starring at the sky, which is full of the Monitors' ships.
Superman and Lois are fighting some Manhunters, who are chasing them so they can kill them. After destroying some of them, Superman takes Lois and fly away escaping. Lois puzzles over why the Manhunters were hunting them given the fact that the Green Lanterns are their usual opponents but Clark says these robots were running on Bleed instead of Lantern energy, suggesting that the Monitors probably use them to deal with the "supers" and "metas" of each Earth while they move their ships into firing position. Lois then wonders where all the people of this Earth have gone and Clark after hearing some of them with his super-hearing heads to a church nearby.
They enter the church and they find a group of people hiding in there and one of them, whom Clark identifies as the Jimmy Olsen of this Earth but in fact he is called Hank, tells them to immediately leave as according to him the "capes" are the reason most of the civilians are dead. Suddenly, the Lois Lane of this Earth appears among the people and tells Hank that they should let them stay because there is nowhere else they can go. A shocked Lois-1 looks at her doppelganger while Superman asks her what happened. The Majestic-Lois says that she watched the Manhunters murder Mister Majestic, the superhero who was Majestic-Lois' lover and whose body was bound to the top of a building, along with every other hero. Superman then asks how did it started and Majestic-Lois explains that the Monitors put one ship on each side of the planet and they did something to Earth's core and it's only a matter of time until they destroy this Earth once and for all. Suddenly, the ships above Metropolis begin to fire and a worried Lois-1 tells to Clark they need to get out of there immediately, to which he agrees.
Lois-1 tells everyone inside the church that they have to leave the place immediately, as the Monitors' ships are firing but the Majestic-Lois tells her that she doesn't even belong in this world. Lois-1 says that no one belongs in this world anymore and that Superman can help all of them get out of the city. Her doppelganger says there's no hope, however, and this is just the next in line of numerous attacks on Earth's cities. The Majestic-Lois says that there is nothing left to live for, for any of them, while she grabs a gun under her jacket. Meanwhile outside, Superman is fighting with the Manhunters, preventing them from attacking the refugees. The Manhunters suddenly evacuate in preparation for the "purge," and Superman hears gunshots in the church. He returns and finds everyone but Lois-1 dead, all as a result of self-inflicted gunshot wounds. Not being able to do anything more, Superman takes a shocked Lois-1 and fly away, telling her this Earth also had a Kryptonian, in the form of Mister Majestic, and there is chance that his father built him an ice castle too. They then set off in search of this Earth's equivalent of the Fortress of Solitude, as it is their only option.
Superman flies with Lois, trying to escape the Bleed that is destroying everything in its path. Superman hopes that the Fortress can send them back to their Earth like it did with Clark Luthor. They reach the Fortress of Solitude, but this world's Jor-El is less than welcoming as he does not recognize Superman as his son, calling him an impostor, because he knows that he is already dead. Jor-El then locks Superman inside a golden crystal and Lois steps forward trying to reason with him, saying that he is making a mistake. Jor-El is surprised and asks her who is she who dares to question him and she says that she is Lois Lane.
While Superman is imprisoned inside the golden crystal, the huge wave of Bleed approaches the Fortress, devouring everything in its path. After arguing with him, Lois manages to convince Jor-El to release Superman and help them travel to another parallel world. Jor-El tells to Lois everything he knows about the multiverse but he says he can not guarantee them they are going to end up back at their Earth and also asks her if she can take him with them as well. Lois says that they will take their chances in order to survive and then agrees to take Jor-El with them. Jor-El then downloads his consciousness in a crystal and teleports everyone somewhere else, moments before this Earth gets devoured by the Bleed.
- Mister Majetsic
Majestic was his world's greatest superhero until the Monitors came to destroy it. The Manhunters, who are running on Bleed and serve the Monitors, arrived on Earth and murdered all of its heroes along with Majestic, in front of the eyes of his lover, Lois Lane. After his death, his corpse was hanged on top of a building. He also had a Fortress of Solitude as well as an artificial intelligence with the consciousness of his biological father, who after Majestic's death was grieving for the loss of his son.
- Lois Lane
- For more information see: Lois Lane
Lois was the counterpart to Lois Lane from the main Earth of Smallville. She was the lover of her world's greatest superhero, Mister Majestic, and one of the few remaining survivors of her Earth.
- Hank Olsen
- For more information see: Hank Olsen
Hank was the counterpart to Jimmy Olsen from the main Earth of Smallville. He was one of the few remaining survivors of his Earth.
- Jor-El (A.I.)
This artificial intelligence is Jor-El's spirit who is in Mister Majestic's Fortress of Solitude. Jor-El still grieves for the loss of his son and when Superman arrives along with Lois in the Fortress, he is angered and locks Superman inside a golden crystal, calling him an impostor. After arguing with Lois, Jor-El gets convinced to release Superman and help them travel to another parallel world. Jor-El then asks her if she can take him with them as well. Lois agrees and Jor-El then downloads his consciousness in a crystal and teleports everyone somewhere else, moments before this Earth gets devoured by the Bleed. He is the last remaining survivor of his universe.
- The costumed man that is chained on the star symbol in the parallel Earth, resembles, especially in his costume, the WildStorm character known as Mr. Majestic. One of the most powerful heroes in the WildStorm Universe, Majestros/Mr. Majestic bears a strong, deliberate resemblance to DC Comics's Superman, as he is also an alien stranded on Earth. Before the New 52, where the main DC universe was combined with the WildStorm and Vertigo universes, Mr. Majestic even had a crossover with Superman, the character he was based on, in his own 2004-2005 solo series in a storyline titled Strange New Visitor, where Superman went missing after he was pulled through the Bleed, much like in Chaos, and Mr. Majestic was left in his place in DC's Metropolis. In Smallville, Mister Majestic is considered an alternate version of Superman from another Earth. This parallel Earth derives its name from him.
- The counterpart of the Daily Planet building in the alternate Earth, where Superman and Lois are, lacks its usual feature, the enormous globe that sits on top of it and instead of that has an enormous star symbol in its place. This is similar to the star symbol of the Daily Star, which in the comics was the predecessor of Daily Planet and later its alternate version in Earth-2. In the modern day comics and in Smallville, Daily Star is a separate newspaper and the Planet's competitor.
- Even though in the comics there was no alternate version of Lois Lane living on the same world as Mister Majestic because they both existed in separate universes, the two eventually met when Majestic was trapped in the main DC universe in his own solo series (2004-2005), when he emerged from a bizarre time storm, just in time to rescue Lois Lane. Because he resembles Superman cosmetically, Lois mistook him for the Man of Steel. As Mr. Majestic would experience, she was only the first to do so. Lois later, freed Majestic from the Phantom Zone. Lois was the only one who supported him and believed he was a good person. In the New 52, where the main DC universe has been merged with the WildStorm and Vertigo universes, the new version of Majestic exists in the same world as Lois but they haven't met each other so far.
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