Meet the Counterparts

We've met a lot of our duplicates on the many Earths we've seen. Here are just a few who help make This Week in the Multiverse possible.

 

SG Wilson of Many Earths

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Colonial SG Wilson
(Earth 75)

The American Revolution is just happening on this Me's Earth, but rather than side with the colonies or the English, he's cast his lot with Belgium. Trouble is, Belgium isn't involved in the conflict and lacks the resources or the interest in doing so. That hasn't stopped Colonial Me's plans, not in the slightest. Like Hamilton, he's not throwing away his shot.

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Mad Scientist SG Wilson
(Earth 31)

A brilliant inventor on his world, Scientist Me has created a machine that makes hand farts real. He's also pioneered a method for converting dirty words into clean energy. His latest invention, the "Peace Ray" (pictured above), worked a little too well on the leaders of two warring countries.

Mobster SG Wilson
(Earth 103)

Prohibition never went away on Mobster Me's Earth, and neither did the mobsters. Nicknamed Johnny "Spit Valve" Cappucino for his trademark trumpet and infectious smile, Mobster Me heads up the Donatelli's illegal kombucha juice and Pokemon Go rackets.


Matthew Bey of Many Earths

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Monitor Lizard Matthew Bey
(Earth 102)

Well equipped to survive the nuclear apocalypse that befell his world and mutated the other residents, this Matthew spends much of his time under a french fry heating lamp he swiped from the rubble of a McDonalds. 

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Series of Bats Matthew Bey
(Earth 202)

A psychic bond with a series of bats and a lot of bugs make up much of this Bey's life.

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Male Dryad Matthew Bey
(Earth 399)

Time was only females could be the tree-human hybrids known as dryads. Then this Bey came along, fighting for equal rights.