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Reverend Meteor

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Subj: Re: Cosmic Jailer
Posted: Mon Mar 27, 2017 at 03:13:46 pm EDT (Viewed 511 times)
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Posted: Mon Mar 27, 2017 at 01:28:11 pm EDT (Viewed 578 times)

    So that would make FF then really the TOAA in Marvel, as he was its vwery first Universe Creator?

Not enough info I guess.

I would say the guy we refer to as TOAA is NOT the First Firmament. But I would be hard pressed to say FF doesn't more or less serve that same purpose in that first universe.

I think your hang up is seeing the TOAA as the creator of EVERY iteration of the universe...which appears to not be the case (but like I said you could be right for all I know).

It looks like FF is the be all end all of that first universe. TOAA was the head cheese in the seventh universe. Universe 8 is still working itself out.

FF could have been the equivalent of the TOAA in the first universe or the equivalent of Eternity or maybe neither is a good comparison. I see FF not having any real competition in his universe unlike the 7th and 8th which have way too many cosmic beings. (I think the Thor issue that explains Galactus's origins showed there were beings who looked like the Watchers in the 6th universe...always found that interesting)

    DC has its faults, but would think the Presense and their view on cosmic things make a lot more since than Marvels does, as marvel seems to like to redo their cosmic continuity even more so than DC their reboots!

While I'm reading more DC back issues than I used to I'm not well versed in their cosmic hierarchy. Outside of some basic knowledge about the Green Lanterns and the New Gods I'm not well informed.

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