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    Mobius (Antimatter Universe)




    I am destiny incarnate, inexorable and inescapable. You are nothing. Insects fated to be crushed beneath my heel without a moment's thought. Fighting is useless. Surrender.
    — The Anti-Monitor to the Heroes of Earth-Prime[src]

    Mobius, better known as the Anti-Monitor, is the Antimatter counterpart of The Monitor and the destroyer of the Original Multiverse.

    Biography[edit | hide | hide all]

    Creation[edit | hide]

    During Mar Novu's attempt to transport himself to the Temporal Zone, his armor was unable to prevent him from being exposed to a massive amount of chronal radiation, causing an influx of Antimatter. This transported him to the Antimatter Universe, which resulted in the creation of Mobius as Novu's antimatter counterpart.[2]

    Imprisonment in the Netherverse[edit | hide]

    As it became apparent that Mobius, now calling himself the Anti-Monitor, intended to destroy the multiverse, he was prevented from entering it through the use of an Eternium-sealed door accessible from the Central City of Earth-1.[5] In 2018, following a confrontation with The Monitor during Elseworlds, The Flash of Earth-90 was transported to the Antimatter Universe, where he was found by the Anti-Monitor. Mobius then corralled his speed, used it to build an antimatter cannon, and test fired it, destroying Earth-2.[6]

    Crisis On Infinite Earths[edit | hide]

    Erased Timeline[edit | hide]

    At midnight on April 25, 2024, the skies turned red on Earth-1 due to the presence of antimatter. During the erased timeline's Crisis, the Anti-Monitor gave command of his Shadow Demon army to the Reverse-Flash, who used them whilst fighting The Flash and his allies in Central City.[7] While he did succeed in destroying some universes, he did not succeed in his mission to destroy the entire multiverse.[8]

    Current Timeline[edit | hide]

    Release[edit | hide]

    Believing the Eternium door to be the access point to Astral Plane, Nash Wells spent months attempting to open it so that he could kill The Monitor. On December 9, 2019, Wells was standing outside the door arguing with who he believed to be The Monitor, when he was attacked by one Bloodwork's Blood Brothers. After they were defeated by Allegra Garcia, Wells mistook his saviour for The Monitor, and now believed that he owed him for saving his life. The Anti-Monitor then told him that he already had the knowledge of how to open the door, resulting in Wells instinctively answering the code. As the door opened, a flash of light began emanating from inside, and Wells was dragged in by the Anti-Monitor.[9]

    Preparation[edit | hide]

    After he was released, the Anti-Monitor tasked Outkast with leading him to universes to destroy. To accomplish this, he was given command of the Shadow Demon army and told to allow them to kill as many people as possible before an antimatter wave came to vaporize what was left. Additionally, he cursed Nash Wells to become a Pariah, forcibly teleporting him to each universe just before he arrived so that he would witness their destruction,[10] or some other great tragedy.[1]

    Destruction of Universes[edit | hide]

    The day after he was released, the Anti-Monitor ordered the Shadow Demons to attack the Quantum Tower located in the National City of Earth-38, as they were the only thing that could stop a wave of antimatter from destroying a universe. Despite the best efforts of The Monitor's team of heroes, they were unable to protect the tower and Earth-38 was annihilated.[1] Seeing that Novu's team could pose a threat to him, and knowing that Outkast could be used as an antimatter bomb, the Anti-Monitor orchestrated a plan to make the heroes believe that Outkast knew the identities and locations of the Paragons, a group of heroes who could recreate the multiverse following its destruction. This succeeded and resulted in them capturing Outkast and imprisoning him on The Monitor's Satellite, though Harbinger was able to save the heroes from their fate nonetheless.

    Despite this failure, the Anti-Monitor continued his plan of destroying universes, eventually being confronted at the Dawn of Time on Earth-85. Despite their heroes' best efforts, their universe was destroyed like all the others. Soon afterwards, the Anti-Monitor and his Shadow Demons followed Felicity Smoak to Earth-12 in an attempt to prevent her from learning the identities of the Paragons from the Book of Oa, but this was unsuccessful due to the aid of Ganthet and the Green Lantern Corps, and she reported this information back to The Monitor.[10]

    Victory[edit | hide]

    As he was growing stronger from the destruction of the multiverse, the Anti-Monitor began to speak to Harbinger through their shared connection to The Monitor. Eventually, he grew strong enough to teleport her to his lair, where he demanded that she co-operate with him.[11] He then possessed Harbinger and teleported to the Waverider once every universe except for Earth-1 had been destroyed. After failing to deceive the remaining heroes as to his true identity, he revealed himself and easily overpowered them as they tried to attack. He then fought with The Monitor, absorbing his essence and using it to create a final antimatter wave to destroy Earth-1. As the antimatter wave was destroying the Waverider, Pariah managed to teleport the Paragons away to the Vanishing Point, and the Anti-Monitor then departed from Harbinger's body just before it was destroyed.[6]

    Battle at the Dawn of Time[edit | hide]

    After being trained on how to use his new powers as the Spectre by Jim Corrigan, Oliver Queen travelled to the Vanishing Point to rescue the Paragons. While there, he gave some of his energy to The Flash, which made him fast enough to access the Speed Force even with the multiverse now destroyed. The Flash then ran through the Speed Force, sending Supergirl, Ryan Choi, and Lex Luthor to Maltus to prevent The Monitor from accidentally creating the Anti-Monitor, while the rest of them went to confront the Anti-Monitor at the Dawn of Time. However, Allen was attacked by the Anti-Monitor after his trip to Maltus, resulting in him losing several of his teammates within the Speed Force. After retrieving both groups, the team arrived at the Dawn of Time in the Antimatter Universe, only to find the Anti-Monitor there waiting for them. He explained that, while they had succeeded in preventing that version of Novu from performing his experiment, it was inevitable that another version in the multiverse would always do the same thing. The Paragons then fought an army of Shadow Demons, while the Spectre and the Anti-Monitor began to fight above. After a short battle, the Spectre released a surge of energy, and the Anti-Monitor soon disappeared. With assistance from the Paragons and the remaining page of the Book of Destiny, the Spectre's energy then recreated the New Multiverse at the cost of his own life.[2]

    Battle of Earth-Prime[edit | hide]

    Despite the multiverse being recreated, the Anti-Monitor was not destroyed and instead transported himself to the newly-created Earth-Prime alongside his Shadow Demon army. He then engaged in a battle with a group of the universes' heroes while Ryan Choi and Ray Palmer were busy inventing a device to destabilize his form, making him shrink forever in the Microverse. Once the bomb is completed by The Flash, he runs both it and the Atom to the battlefield, where Palmer gives it to Supergirl to throw. Once it hits the Anti-Monitor, his threat is over as he begins to shrink forever.[3]

    Poison Ivy's Book[edit | hide]

    Somehow, the Anti-Monitor managed to stop himself from shrinking and travelled to an undesignated universe. While there, he, alongside Jonathan Franzen, wrote a blurb for Poison Ivy's book Poison Thrivy: From Zero to #GirlBossHero, which was soon added to the Gotham Times best-seller list.[12]

    Powers and Abilities[edit | hide]


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    Powers[edit | hide]

    • Cosmic-Empowered Maltusian Physiology:
      • Antimatter Projection:
      • Cosmic Knowledge:
      • Earthquake Generation:
      • Energy Projection:
      • Essence Absorption:
      • Force-Field Generation:
      • Gravitokinesis:
      • Immortality:
      • Interdimensional Travel:
      • Levitation:
      • Possession
      • Power Bestowal:
      • Size Manipulation:
      • Superhuman Strength:
      • Telekinesis:
      • Telepathy:

    Abilities[edit | hide]

    • Genius-Level Intellect:
      • Deception:
      • Intimidation:
      • Manipulation:
      • Tactics:
    • Hand-to-Hand Combat:
    • Indomitable Will:

    Weaknesses[edit | hide]

    Equipment[edit | hide]


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    Current Equipment[edit | hide]

    Former Equipment[edit | hide]

    Appearances[edit | hide]

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    Promotional Images[edit | hide]

    References[edit | hide]


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