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Potentially, the larger approach could come down to respect for the source material. [citation needed], However, the actions of the Spectre, empowered by the sorcerers of the surviving Earths, brought the Anti-Monitor to a stalemate. Even now, fighting Luthor as well as the Justice League and the Crime Syndicate, Mobius has the upper hand until Grail, Darkseid's daughter, appears with Steve Trevor in tow. With the Anti-Life Equation in his body, Anti-Monitor has the ability to enslave any living thing to his will. For more on the massive crossover, check out the first meeting between the Clark Kents of Smallville and Supergirl, and here are interviews with The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace and Arrow EPs Marc Guggenheim and Beth Schwartz. [25] He was attacked by Sodam Yat and other members of the Green Lantern Corps, but the tyrant killed the two unnamed Lanterns and severely injured the Daxamite Lantern. amzn_assoc_placement = "adunit"; Previously, there existed an infinite number of Earths, each one with a unique history, that could be accessed through various means, the most common being vibrational attunement.

[citation needed] The Anti-Monitor rebuilt his army, taking over Qward and using the Thunderers as his own private army, as well as creating the Shadow Demons from the elite of the Thunderers. [9], In more modern times, the being known as Pariah performed an experiment similar to the one Krona attempted long ago on a parallel Earth (this was changed later to an alternate world in the Post-Crisis single universe).

The cannon was destroyed by the Flash when he escaped and forced the energies of the weapon's power source into itself, causing it to explode and Barry to disintegrate. [12] What followed was the Shadow Demon War, wherein many heroes and villains lost their lives against the Anti-Monitor's forces. [39], Having killed Darkseid, the Anti-Monitor cocooned himself in a shell of energy, and eventually separated himself from the Anti-Life Equation, which was then obtained by Grail. The image of the Anti-Monitor joins other first-look images that The CW has released for Crisis-specific characters Pariah (Tom Cavanagh) and Harbinger (Audrey Marie Anderson). Paragons on the Dawn of Time. When the heroes followed him there, he began to drain the power from most of them. This being served as the primary antagonist of Green Lantern: The Animated Series and has also appeared in … [citation needed] This experiment resulted in the reawakening of both the Monitor and the Anti-Monitor and the destruction of Pariah's Earth and his universe. The Anti-Monitor was also responsible for the death of Barry Allen, the hero better known as the Flash. [25], The Anti-Monitor's corpse crash landed on desert planet where a voice (later revealed to be Nekron) acknowledged him and told him to rise. Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. [44], The Anti-Monitor lies in wait at the end of the universe, where the former Source Wall was located. [35], When Metron confronted the Anti-Monitor amidst the ruins of Earth 3, it was revealed the Anti-Monitor was the former owner of Metron's traveling device, the Mobius Chair—and that his true name is Mobius. During his final battle in Crisis on Infinite Earths #12, the Anti-Monitor maintained his power by "feeding on" a nearby star; and when his power was drained and he was reduced to a state of near-death, he absorbed his own anti-matter demons to rejuvenate himself.
LaMonica Garrett portrayed the character as the main antagonist in the Arrowverse crossover "Crisis on Infinite Earths". [citation needed] In a final revision, it was established that it increased entropy in the universe, shortening its existence by a billion years (see heat death). In the first two seasons of Arrow, the seasons' big bads of Merlyn the Dark Archer and Deathstroke the Terminator were given tragic, dimensional premises for their actions. [38] It is eventually revealed that Mobius became what he is after attempting to peer into the origins of the anti-matter universe on Qward, similar to how Krona sought the origins of his positive-matter universe. In the comics, the Anti-Monitor is indeed the opposite of the Monitor … [6], The Anti-Monitor, who appears monstrous, barely resembles the Monitor, who bears a physically near-human appearance.