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World Forger

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Perpetua
Publication information
PublisherDC Comics
First appearanceDark Nights: Metal #4 (February 2018)
Created byScott Snyder
Jorge Jiménez
In-story information
Alter egoAlpheus
Place of originSixth Dimension
Team affiliationsJustice League
AbilitiesMonitor physiology
Reality altering
Cosmic awareness
Resurrection
Shapeshifting
Size-shifting
Precognition
Super-strength
Enhanced durability
Telepathy
Teleportation
Photokinesis
Energy absorption
Wields the Dimensional Superstructure

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World Forger (Alpheus) is the name of a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. He is the brother of Monitor and Anti-Monitor. World Forger first appeared in Dark Nights: Metal #4 and was created by Scott Snyder and Jorge Jiménez.

Fictional character biography[edit]

Alpheus is the son of Perpetua and the brother of Mar Novu and Mobius. Once they were created, Perpetua explained to them that her Multiverse comprises of three main realms made out of the three basic forms of matter: dark matter, positive matter, and antimatter, and created them to monitor these realms. She assigned Alpheus to the Dark Multiverse beneath creation where he would build the myriad universes of creation. As the World Forger, Alpheus operated in the Forge of Worlds.[1] Any worlds he created that are stable will be risen to become part of the main Multiverse. If there are any worlds that he created in the Dark Multiverse that are unstable, the World Forger will dispatch Barbatos to destroy that world, collect it's energy, and bring it to the Forge of Worlds so that World Forger can make a new world out of it. Barbatos rebelled and killed World Forger so that it can corrupt the Forge of Worlds and enable the unstable worlds to persist.[2] When Barbatos was defeated by the Justice League and Earth-0 is risen from the Dark Multiverse, World Forger respawns in the Sixth Dimension and the Forge of Worlds burns bright with new worlds being created.[3]

At the time when the Justice League visited the Sixth Dimension, they encountered World Forger in the form of an elderly Superman[4]

During the "Justice/Doom War" storyline sometime after Perpetua was freed, World Forger, Monitor, and Anti-Monitor confronted Perpetua alongside the Justice League. During the fight, the three brothers merged together to form the Ultra-Monitor, strong enough to fight their mother.[5]

Powers and abilities[edit]

Upon being born in the Sixth Dimension, World Forger has the same physiology as his brothers. He can create form from ideas and hammers them into existence. When the Crisis Anvil appears, World Forger can descend a new world and use the energies of the old world to create another world.

World Forger can perform reality alteration by writing down the rules of each world he makes.

World Forger's cosmic awareness enables him to have the knowledge of every Multiverse and dimension.

World Forger's immortality makes him older than the Multiverse.

If World Forger is killed, he will respawn in the Sixth Dimension.

World Forger possesses shapeshifting abilities.

World Forger possesses size-shifting abilities that enable him to be either at the height of a human to a towering height.

World Forger has precognition.

World Forger possesses super-strength and enhanced duration.

World Forger possesses telepathy and even has a psychic link.

World Forger possesses teleportation enabling him to teleport anywhere in the Multiverse.

World Forger possesses photokinesis which enables him to create holograms with his hands.

World Forger can absorb energy like life force.

World Forger wields the Dimensional Superstructure, one of the Seven Forces of the Universe that enables him to govern things imaginable and unimaginable.

References[edit]

  1. Justice League Vol. 4 #22. DC Comics.
  2. Dark Nights: Metal #4. DC Comics.
  3. Dark Nights: Metal #5. DC Comics.
  4. Justice League Vol. 4 #21-25. DC Comics.
  5. Justice League Vol. 4 #33. DC Comics.

External links[edit]

Category:DC Comics aliens Category:DC Comics cosmic entities Category:Comics characters introduced in 2018 Category:Fictional smiths


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