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Whether or not you’re a comic book fan, you’ve probably heard the term “dark multiverse”. But if you haven’t heard of it, you may be surprised to learn that the term describes a collection of comic book universes, each with its own unique heroes and villains. The list includes characters such as Lex Luthor, Norman Osborn, and Dax Novu. You’ll also see characters such as Black Adam, Tempus Fuginaut, and Vandal Savage.

Norman Osborn

During the second era of Marvel Comics, Norman Osborn has become a much more prevalent character. His storylines have become much more encompassing. Insomniac Games has been able to lean into the cold, heartless side of his personality, while still maintaining the political aspects of his character.

Norman Virgil Osborn was the son of Amberson Osborn, a wealthy businessman. Norman grew up abused by his father. Amberson was a drunk and abusive man, and abused both his mother and son. He eventually lost control of his family’s fortune, and worked hard to regain it.

Norman Osborn eventually founded OsCorp with Dr. Mendel Stromm. The pair worked on a strength-enhancing formula. Norman later merged a Carnage symbiote with the formula, which gave him superhuman abilities. Norman also used the symbiote to revive the Dark Avengers, but he died during a battle.

After years of evading justice, Norman Osborn finally went to prison. During his time in prison, he became a self-destructive man. He was unable to keep his altruistic facade. He started using employees as test subjects for his formula. He began to rely heavily on drugs.

Norman Osborn has also been shown to have a love of money. He believes he has the power to control the Multiverse. He plans to use his power to shape the world. He also believes he has a son, Peter.

Lex Luthor

Among the DC Comics pantheon, Lex Luthor is a super villain with a storied history and a rich history at that. He’s been the subject of many a pop culture debate and he has a hefty net-worth of around $75 billion. In addition, Lex Luthor’s wealth was on display during his presidential bid.

His multi-billion dollar company, LexCorp, is a mystery business. In addition, the company works with technology development. In fact, it’s the world’s largest robotics research company.

Although Lex Luthor is mostly human, he is the mastermind behind some of DC’s most famous villains and their schemes. He is also the mastermind behind the Legion of Doom, a team of super-villains with the ability to teleport, shrink, and even clone themselves.

The company is also home to the world’s largest vaults of Vibranium, the material of choice for superheroes and their armored suits. One vault alone holds more than 10,000 tons of the stuff.

The company has an impressive list of notable clients. They’ve funded the Iron Man suit and the Avengers. They also provide funding for scholarships and humanitarian organizations. While Lex Luthor isn’t the richest man in DC Comics, he certainly is the most visible and the richest. The best part is, he doesn’t have to work for a living. In fact, he can use his fortune to fuel his experiments and to control the news cycle.

Vandal Savage

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Tempus Fuginaut

Tempus Fuginaut is not a name you’ll hear too often, but he’s a worthy member of the Fuginaut race. As the name suggests, Tempus is a member of the Fuginauts, a mysterious group of cosmic beings tasked with guarding the universal boundaries of Prime Earth. As such, he’s got a lot to do, and not all of it is pleasant.

Tempus Fuginaut’s most recent outing is the aforementioned title, and he’s got the distinction of being the first in a long line of DC Multiverse heroes to join the fray. For a mere ten bucks, you can pick up his latest incarnation, a.k.a., Sideways, in the New Age of DC Heroes line of business. And, like Tempus, Sideways has a knack for the occult. And, for the most part, he’s doing a good job of it. As for the rest of the flock, well, you’ll have to wait and see.

Tempus Fuginaut’s tales of the weird and wonderful have not only been a hit with fans, but they’ve also won over DC fans in the process. As such, expect to see him appear in plenty of future DC Comics titles. And, as with everything, you’ll want to keep an eye on his latest exploits, because there’s a good chance he’s got something to make you say… uh oh! Thankfully, the Dark Multiverse isn’t the only multiverse in town, as the aforementioned aforementioned heroes have their own respective universes, most notably the aforementioned New Age of DC Heroes line of business.

Black Adam

Originally an Egyptian magician, Black Adam is one of the most powerful wizards in the world. He is also a member of the Secret Society of Super Villains. Having been Shazaamed thousands of years ago, Black Adam believes he is the perfect person to lead the world. He is a powerful ruler of the fictional North African nation of Kahndaq. He has personal access to all of Kahndaq’s resources.

He first appears in the Bronze Age. He becomes known as Mighty Adam. His powers corrupt him and lead to his exile. He later returns as Black Adam. He is able to travel through time and space. He is aided by the ancient Greco-Roman deities Amon, Hershef, and Shu.

He is later reincarnated as Hawkman. He is not a mission lead. He works with Amanda Waller. He is a badass.

Black Adam has a lot of money. He is a rich self-made billionaire. He owns many properties around the world. He also has a huge estate. He is also a philanthropist. He is constantly coming up with new schemes to gain more power. He is a self-declared archenemy of Superman.

In the comics, Black Adam last appeared in the DC Infinite Crisis crossover. He is a villain in that crossover. He is also featured in the Villains United miniseries. He also works with Karmang in All-New Collector’s Edition #C-58.