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New to Earth-27?

What is Earth-27?

Earth-27 is a dynamic reinvention of the DC Comics Universe, created by Roy Westerman. Combining the best elements of various timelines and continuities together, it is intended to be a more simple and user-friendly version. Created in memory of Joshua Westerman, Roy’s stillborn son, it began simply as the villains of Arkham Asylum and expanded into the rest of Gotham and beyond. Within it you will find classic characters reinvigorated, original characters bursting upon the scene, and composite characters made of combining the best elements of others. All drawn with the same magnificence by Phil Cho phil-cho , and then used by Roy to create files summarizing said character’s history within Earth-27, mostly told from the viewpoint of Oracle, Barbara Gordon.

(explanation by E27 fan Narnil )

What do I need to know about Earth-27?

Earth-27 is created through donations made at… and . It a passion project, meaning that I do this as a hobby and for therapeutic purposes. I do not make a living off of Earth-27 and funds given to me for this project are always rolled back into the project in some fashion (commissioning art is the biggest expense, but we also need to buy online storage space for the full res artwork and assets and other miscellaneous expenses that may pop up). The artwork done by Phil Cho is done at a fraction of his normal costs so this should be considered a passion project for him as well.

Most of the characters in Earth-27 are based off characters from the DC Universe’s comic continuities, as well as from related movies, video games, television series (both live action and animated), and so forth. The Creators of Earth-27 do not own, nor do we claim to own, these characters. In our effort to pay homage to the DC Comics, which we love, many of our storylines both “current” and featured in character backstories are inspired by or adapted from those of those previously mentioned mediums.

In Earth-27, we also have a limited number of original characters, composite characters, and fan-submitted characters. Original and fan-submitted characters are the intellectual property of their respective creators and are featured in Earth-27 through special arrangement and/or partnership.

If you would like to feature Earth-27’s content via social media or by way of a fan-site, we only ask that you credit DC Comics, as well as Roy Westerman and Phil Cho. If you make any alterations to the original material, we ask that request permission to do so or explain what it is you have altered.

I’m new. Where do I begin? What should I know?

Earth-27 has a few rules and guidelines to keep in mind with its narrative.

Rule #1: No Time Travel

In Earth-27, time only ticks forward. Time might be slowed, sped up, stopped, or bypassed but it cannot be reversed. As a result, some characters’ origins may have been reworked to allow them to feature in Earth-27 (such as Booster Gold or the Reverse-Flash). The decision to do this was to establish a world with real consequences and to avoid messy time travel storylines.

Rule #2: No Access to Parallel Earths

Similar to above, for a reason explored in the narrative, Earth-27 is part of the multiverse but is also isolated from it. In fact, it’s part of its own fragment of reality where there exists its own versions of dimensions such as heaven, hell, Olympus, Azarath, its own speed force, etc. But in its own pocket multiverse, there exists no other Earth except its own. As a result, some characters (like Power Girl) have different origins or are omitted entirely by design.

Rule #3: The Timeline is Alive

Due to some production difficulties, this rule is currently being relaxed. When it is in effect, our present day is the present day of Earth-27. Likewise, if you add ten years, that is the day of Earth-27’s projected future series: 2027.

Currently, the “present day” of Earth-27 is mid-June, 2017 and early February, 2027 in 2027. These are subject to change according to story needs.

Rule #4: Power is Finite

Similar to Rules 1 and 2, there is a story reason for why things are different in Earth-27. Some characters (such as Superman) have drastically different power levels than they do in other continuities. Other characters may have different powers entirely or their powers may work in a totally different fashion. This is all by design for the most part.

Guideline #1: Death is (often) Final

As part of Earth-27’s commitment to making a timeline with consequences, character death is rare and when it does happen, it tends to remain that way. There are some exceptions (like Jason Todd) but in those circumstances, there are usually very serious reprucussions that come with it. Characters coming back from the dead is an exceptional event and is not something regarded as a certainty within the confines of Earth-27.

Guideline #2: Not Everyone Is The Same

Characters in Earth-27 may have different personalities, be involved in different relationships, have different origin stories, or even have different superhero identities. While most characters should remain identifiable or familiar, there are a number of exceptions.

As mentioned earlier, Earth-27 also has composite characters (a fusion of one or more characters, usually condensed into a single character).

Guideline #3: Exploration and Experimentation, not Expectation

Due to the compression of all the above rules and guidelines, and to help Earth-27 stand on its own, we advise you not to ever expect a certain outcome. Things that seem to be a multiversal constant may not hold true in Earth-27. Different kinds of Kryptonite exist on Earth-27, speedsters can’t time travel, Superman cannot fly at lightspeed or survive the vacuum of space indefinitely, Batman and Green Arrow were trained by the League of Assassins (and may have killed people during that time), and Lex Luthor is a well-respected businessman and recently elected President (despite Superman’s insistance that he is up to no good).

A (Kinda) Brief History of Earth-27 (A Primer for New Readers and Refresher for Veterans)

While there have always been mysteries in this world, things that could not be explained by the science of the time, things like tales of an immortal caveman, a hidden sanctuary where time flowed differently, a winged man and woman that appeared throughout time, a woman who fought among better than any men in the Hundred Year War, and a hidden enclave of assassins answering to a man whose willpower was so strong to defy aging. But these things seemed confined to the realm of legend and myth for the longest time. As a result, the history of this world was largely identical to our own.

There were major events that are worth mentioning, such as the meteor storm that hit the world in 1978, spreading meteor rock from the American midwest to the jungles of Africe and then another one a few days later scattered remnants from Siberia to the Pacific. Or the deaths of the Waynes in 1980 that plunged the city of Gotham into urban decline, inviting the city’s criminal element to seize power left in the wake of the death of such prominent figures.

Still, however, the eighties continued on. The Cold War reached its climax and then faded away. The Berlin Wall came down and life went on, remaining normal for the most part.

In the nineties, however, strange reports of unusual activity caught the media’s attention. The government began investigating what would alter be known as the metahuman crisis. The cause for this sudden emergence of the meta-gene among the human populace has still yet to be indentified but rumors are that the meteor storm may have introduced alien particles into the atmosphere that had an effect on the human genome, causing the meta-gene mutation to develop (or merely increased its likelihood as there are known examples that pre-date the meteor storm).

And then the world had a real shake-up when a man stepped out of the shadows dressed like a bat. It was the late nineties and this “Batman” took Gotham by storm. After a while, the world seemed to be erupting with these costumed vigilantes: a scarlet speedster in Central City, a caped flying man in Metropolis, an emerald archer in Star City, a screaming bombshell, and a woman clad in armor rescuing a downed fighter emerging from the waters on a beach in Florida.

These six would become symbols for a movement on the rise. Metahumans, aliens, and well-trained vigilantes began taking up the cause, fighting for the greater good against crime and injustice. It took some time, but eventually they became known as heroes.

As if to oppose the rise of heroes, there was also a rise of so-called “villains”, eccentric criminals, evil metahumans, and would be alien overlords challenged these heroes and as the threat grew worst, heroes began forming teams. The most well-known of these teams was the ‘super friends’, the six most iconic heroes in the early days joining forces in a loose alliance to deal with the larger threats.

These ‘super friends’ (a name they were given by the speedster known as The Flash) would later be the first to earn the title of ‘superhero’ when the rogue alien-created A.I. known as “Brainiac” came to Earth on New Years Eve of 2003, seeking the hero of Metropolis known as Superman. The super friends stood up to the invader when no one else seemed capable and with the help of a new ally, the so-called Manhunter of Mars, the super friends pushed the invader back and saved the world.

After this valiant display, the United States government decided that these heroes had earned some reprieve and possessed talents which could benefit the nation as a whole. Thus the first government sanctioned superhero team was born: the Justice League of America.

The JLA was a hit. The heroes were given special authority to uphold the law, in exchange for undertaking the occasional mission for the government, appearing at special events, and being at the disposal of the U.S. President. As part of this arrangement, the JLA was given a lot of freedom as to how they would conduct themselves and were mostly allowed to govern themselves.

Among the first recruits to the Justice League were two representatives of an interplanetary police force known as the Lantern Corps. They were welcomed additions to the team, as were other heroic figures like Captain Marvel, Icon, Aquaman and his queen. The US Military’s own homegrown superhero was even allowed to join, given the name Captain Atom.

Batman’s young proteges, Robin and Batgirl, were not allowed to join the JLA due to their young age, which they did not believe was fair due to their contributions to the ‘super friends’. Instead, the young heroes were given a second option. With private backers, a sort of clubhouse and sort of training academy was built for them and other teenage heroes in the San Francisco Bay, near the relatively quiet town of Jump City. This haven for halfling heroes was a distinctly shaped building dubbed ‘Titans Tower’.

Then, in October of 2006, tragedy stuck the JLA and the Titans. Batman’s apprentice, the second Robin, was kidnapped by the Clown Prince of Crime, the Joker.

For five days, Robin was tortured over an internet broadcast which had been set up by the Riddler. No one could track the source and thus were forced to watch in helpless horror as the maniacal clown subjected the boy to cruel acts and vicious beatings before he capped it off with a final vote, leaving the boy’s fate up to the Internet as a whole. Though Batman tried to hack the vote, he could not and was forced to watch as the Joker’s sick personality won out over common sense and in a 51/49 split, Robin’s death triumphed over sanity.

Five days later, on Halloween night of 2006 an unmasked and dead Robin was chained up to the Bat-Signal, signalling the boy’s mentor to claim the body and admit that he had failed.

As Robin was unmasked for the world to see in the course of his murder, Bruce Wayne had to call a number of press conferences to publically denounce the JLA and call for their disbanding. This was both out of grief for his devastating loss, but also a calculated effort to conceal the fact that Batman was in fact Bruce Wayne. After a number of public events that caught the media attention where J’onn J’onnz, Clark Kent, Barry Allen, Oliver Queen, and even Alfred Pennyworth on one occasion stood in for Batman so as to allow the public to see Bruce Wayne and Batman at the same time, the public began to release their suspicions about Bruce Wayne being Batman. Then with Bruce Wayne’s testimony before the US Senate, the JLA was officially disbanded.

This ushered in a dark time. The Justice League of America was no more and while heroes typically kept to their home cities, there was a united effort among the founding members of the JLA to bring the Joker to justice. Codenamed: Operation Thrillkiller, the former members of the JLA changed the colors of their uniforms to black and orange in solidarity to remember what had been done on Halloween, this would be a tradition they continue to this day on Halloween night.

In Gotham, these dark times only got darker (as things tend to do in Gotham) when on the anniversary of Jason Todd’s death, the League of Assassins set off an artificial earthquake in Gotham, timed with explosives on the city’s bridges, and a coordinated unleashing of powerful weaponry to the city’s criminals and a mass escape at both Blackgate Prison and Arkham Asylum. This day and the time that followed as since been coined ‘The Cataclysm of Gotham’.

With Gotham declared a No Man’s Land by the US government, Batman was left to restore order in Gotham. Easier said than done, that was a task made more difficult by the Four Horsemen; a quartet of specially trained assassins trained (and in some cases ‘designed’) to bring batman to his breaking point before destroying him completely, a final reckoning for his previous betrayal of the League of Assassins.

But the second Horseman, the assassin now known as Bane, got carried away and after beating the Dark Knight to within an inch of his life, he strayed from the plan and tried to kill the Batman by throwing him over the side of the GCPD Headquarters. Batman was able to grapnel to safety where he was picked up by his new apprentice Tim Drake and his faithful friend Alfred Pennyworth who managed to get him to safety.

While Bruce was recovering, his first protégé, Dick Grayson stepped in to become the new Batman and help restore order in Gotham.

While Gotham was under siege, Dick’s friend and former Titan, Victor Stone (aka: Cyborg) saw a need for a team of heroes that would handle any crisis that occurred in cities without a dedicated protector or who could investigate other matters of concern without violating the U.S. government ban on the JLA acting in international affairs. So he set up shop inside an old secret training and meeting facility that the ‘super friends’ used to use, in the quiet East Coast town of Happy Harbor. This secret team was never given a name, but Cyborg liked to call it ‘Young Justice’ on account of most of its members being teenagers and young adults.

After the Cataclysm had run its course, Amanda Waller saw an opportunity to establish an international agency dedicated to pusuing global threats and investigating the rise of meta-crime. The result was ARGUS, a United Nations’ sanctioned intelligence operation overseen by Maxwell Lord, with Amanda Waller herself as the deputy director.

Under the umbrella of ARGUS, the JLA founders and original members were invited back to found a new team, an international team simply known as the Justice League. So, in April of 2009, the Justice League returned with a larger roster than ever and through recruiting initiatives known as Justice League International, Justice League United, and Justice League Action, they were given the power to continuously expand their roster.

The new Justice League was also given access to a state-of-the-art orbital satellite and space station known as the Watchtower. Though most of the large facility is manned by ARGUS staff, the Justice League was given control over about a quarter of the space station for their own use and once again were mostly allowed to operate as they saw fit, though they were given an ARGUS handler in Steve Trevor, who brought a team of hand-picked ARGUS agents with him to assist the Justice League’s endeavors.

The Lantern Corps also expanded as the increasing rise of metahuman criminals and aliens interested in Earth concerned the Guardians on Oa, so they approved the commission of a Lantern Taskforce of additional Lanterns to Earth’s system (Sector 2814).

In 2012, the criminal Bane made headlines again, when he orchestrated another mass release of inmates at the Blackgate Prison and then blew it up, leaving Gotham with a surplus of criminals and nowhere to put them. Stryker’s Island took a portion of the burden for a time, but the real relief came when the Wayne Foundation financed an expansion to Arkham Asylum, transforming it from an aging mental health institution into a state of the art prison complex… so state of the art, in fact, that ARGUS itself chose to partner with the institution in 2016 to expand it further to allow the housing of ARGUS’s most wanted offenders.

This sets the stage for Earth-27 and should allow you to dive in to the Oracle Files and other material to find out more. I hope you enjoy your stay in Earth-27 and feel free to check back on this journal as I will continue to add other insights in here as I feel the need.

The Secret Origin of Earth-27 (For Those Interested in the Metaphysical Aspects)

Once upon a time, before Rebirths and reboots, there was once a gathering of the Multiverse’s Monitors: 52 to be exact. At this gathering, plans were discussed, ideas were exchanged, and stories were shared. During this gathering, the 27th Monitor had a revelation, realized where things were heading and though he tried to warn the others, no one took him seriously.

Knowing that his days were numbered, the 27th Monitor returned to the part of the Multiverse he chronicled and tore it asunder, breaking it down to its base components and taking that with him as he fled deep into the dimensional Bleed between the worlds.

Once far from the reaches of the other Monitors and anything else that might seek to stop him, the 27th Monitor created his own barriers or ‘Murums’ of Time, Space, Logic, and Belief. Once the four metaphysical walls were in place, the Monitor began creating the Multiverse to his own liking (a ‘Microverse’ if you will). Much of what was created had been modeled after that which had been done before to create stability, with only minor tweaks as needed to fit within the confines of the Monitor’s vision.

To conserve energy, the Monitor dialed down the powers of many powerful beings, especially those that could rival his own (his own powers declining due to exerting himself to stretch this limited power further, sapping additional power from the Source itself and from unknown variables). Still needing more power, the Monitor also removed time travel from the equation of this new multiverse and only created one realm of reality, not bothering with the creation of parallel Earths. As time went on, the Monitor became curious as to the happenings in the original multiverse and sent scouts to travel through the Bleed and investigate.

While waiting for his scouts to return, the Monitor settled into a quiet life in his favorite city of the Multiverse, Gotham City. To assess the integrity of his creation, the Monitor assumed the appearance and identity of a human and took a job that gave him the means needed to be able to speak with some of the Multiverse’s most iconic beings.

When the scouts finally returned with their report, the Monitor incorporated some of these ideas into his new Multiverse but ignored much of what was reported to him. With the scouts’ purpose complete, the Monitor attempted to dismiss them from existence but found that the energies of the Bleed had changed them, making them partially immune to the Monitor’s whims and thus the Monitor got creative and tweaked the scouts. The scouts that were most successfully reshaped became beings that would not be taken seriously by the rest of the characters within the Multiverse: beings like Ambush Bug, Bat-Mite, and Mr. Mxyzptlk. The other scouts were locked away in the depths of the multiverse for fear of them derailing everything… in hopes that a cure could be found.

Those scouts that were locked away however began to change. Kept in such close proximity for too long, the energies of Bleed began to fuse, pulling them together and reshaping them into a singular being forged by their shared hate of the one who had done this to them. In time, they grew strong enough to break free of their prison and took a name reflective of the eternal nemesis of their captor’s race: the Anti-Monitor!

After hearing of the Anti-Monitor’s escape, the Monitor began formulating a strategy to beat the Anti-Monitor. Knowing that the scouts that had made up the new Anti-Monitor were well-versed in the strengths and weaknesses of the beings that the Monitor had recreated from the old Multiverse, the Monitor put his Harbinger to task with finding the artifacts created through chance and circumstance, beings unique to this new Multiverse: original characters.

These beings would become the Monitor’s secret weapons against the Anti-Monitor, should that abomination ever arrive to threaten the gem at the center the Monitor’s creation: Earth-27.

E27 Fanbase Question. How would you identify yourself? (If you'd care not to answer, simply do not choose an answer) 

115 deviants said 19-27 year old Male
60 deviants said 13-18 year old Male
42 deviants said 28-39 year old Male
22 deviants said 19-27 year old Female
9 deviants said 13-18 year old Female
9 deviants said 40+ Male
6 deviants said 28-39 year old Female
1 deviant said Younger than 13 year old Male
1 deviant said Younger than 13 year old Female
1 deviant said 40+ Female


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Hi Roy, I have such a question for you. What have you done with your NeOlympus project, or will you continue to develop it?
Fri Jun 16, 2017, 1:01 PM
Hello, Mr. Roy, I hope you are well. I wanted to ask if organizations/teams like the Cult of the Kobra, or the Challengers of the Unknown will appear in Earth-27. Waiting for your response, congratulations on the success of your project.
Tue May 30, 2017, 1:20 PM
Hi Roy! Big fan. :h
Sun May 28, 2017, 7:29 PM
OMG, I'm so happy I found this! It's been not even a week since then and I've read most of the files :D BTW, is there any guide on how-to-read the files? Or are you planing to use some other plataform where it's easier to find the files/profiles? Thanks!
Fri May 26, 2017, 12:34 AM
If Caitlin does get ice powers, I hope you won't use the 'split personality' plot like they used on the CW Flash.
Mon May 22, 2017, 12:25 AM
Are The Endless gonna be part of Earth 27 or no? Also keep up the awesome work.
Tue May 16, 2017, 12:03 AM
rayshell22 Most likely. Possible that she won't.
Wed May 10, 2017, 11:15 PM
Will Caitlin Snow have ice powers?
Sun May 7, 2017, 3:59 AM
I do like New 52 and think it got a raw deal, but if DC Comics had approached the Reboot the way you did, then the New 52 might've had a better chance of surviving.
Wed Apr 26, 2017, 4:47 PM
What role will Jim Corrigan and Charles McNider have in Earth-27?
Thu Apr 20, 2017, 4:27 PM

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E27 Fanbase Question. How would you identify yourself? (If you'd care not to answer, simply do not choose an answer) 

115 deviants said 19-27 year old Male
60 deviants said 13-18 year old Male
42 deviants said 28-39 year old Male
22 deviants said 19-27 year old Female
9 deviants said 13-18 year old Female
9 deviants said 40+ Male
6 deviants said 28-39 year old Female
1 deviant said Younger than 13 year old Male
1 deviant said Younger than 13 year old Female
1 deviant said 40+ Female
If you haven't, check it out:…

So members of this fan community continue to impress me. I love it when you guys create things and allow me to be a fan of Earth-27 myself! So, as I mentioned earlier, I had a hell of a good time reading Bruce Wayne's in-depth file compiled by MS225 and then I fell down the rabbit hole of reading the trivia and notes in the Oracle Files. I still haven't read them all, but I had a blast reading those I did.

Special Thanks to
Rozkyontherocks :iconrozkyontherocks:
MS225 :iconms225:
and anyone else who has contributed to this incredible endeavor. I cannot wait to see it grow. I'd love to see more trivia and silly facts added, maybe even a section for memorable quotes on character pages that could link to the VOX Box where they said it.

If you want to help, take the time to contact Rozkyontherocks and find out how you can be of service. Let's respect all the time and effort our fans have put into this!

My review
:star: :star: :star: :star: :star:


So, due to some heavy napping today, due to illness and opportunity to correct some sleep deprivation, I'm going to up late tonight. So...
It's time for some fan requests!
VOX Boxes, Oracle Files, short stories, group shots, journal entries on a subject, some Zodiac Pack stuff, some Erebus Saga stuff, lay it on me!
I'll guarantee the first three submissions (that are reasonable) and after that, we'll just have to see...
On your marks, get set, GO!
Flagerethon (Earth-27) edit
Original Art by phil-cho 
Original Character created by amethystangel228 , part of the "Artifacts" storyline of Earth-27 and featured in Earth-27 by a special arranged partnership

And you guys thought the Underworld Killer, Speed Demon, Red Lanterns, and the Assassinettes were scary choices for the Monitor's ragtag team... Meet the Sock Monkey from Hell!
If you haven't, check it out:…

So members of this fan community continue to impress me. I love it when you guys create things and allow me to be a fan of Earth-27 myself! So, as I mentioned earlier, I had a hell of a good time reading Bruce Wayne's in-depth file compiled by MS225 and then I fell down the rabbit hole of reading the trivia and notes in the Oracle Files. I still haven't read them all, but I had a blast reading those I did.

Special Thanks to
Rozkyontherocks :iconrozkyontherocks:
MS225 :iconms225:
and anyone else who has contributed to this incredible endeavor. I cannot wait to see it grow. I'd love to see more trivia and silly facts added, maybe even a section for memorable quotes on character pages that could link to the VOX Box where they said it.

If you want to help, take the time to contact Rozkyontherocks and find out how you can be of service. Let's respect all the time and effort our fans have put into this!

My review
:star: :star: :star: :star: :star:


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Kid Flash II
Neon Gang Leader (2 portraits)
Niles Caulder (The Chief available for sponsorship)
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Larry Trainor
Negative Man
Cliff Steele
Kay Challis (several Crazy Jane variants available)
Jaime Reyes
Traci Thirteen
Girl 13
Scott Free
Mister Miracle
Doyenne Free
Big Barda
Dmitri Pushkin
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Eve Eden
Nightshade (the Eve Eden version)
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SPECIAL: Team Arrow
Thea Queen (unlocks ‘Arrowette I’)
Arrowette I – LOCKED
Emiko Queen (unlocked ‘Arrowette II’)
Arrowette II – LOCKED
Mia Dearden (unlocks ‘Speedy III’)
Note: As a special pack, there is no bonus character. Instead, all characters in the above group receive a discounted rate of $70

SPECIAL: Flash & Friends
Patty Spivot (unlocks 'Hot Pursuit')
Hot Pursuit - LOCKED
Jay Garrick
Hunter Zolomon
Eddie Thawne
Reverse-Flash Locked-Up
(LOCKED - Requires Hunter Zolomon, Eddie Thawne, Harrison Wells to be unlocked)
Note: As a special pack, there is no bonus character. Instead, all characters in the above group received a discounted rate of $70.

SPECIAL: The WildC.A.T.s
Dr. Jeremy Stone (unlocks Maul)
Adrianna Tereshkova (unlocks Void)
Reno Bryce (unlocks Warblade)
Warblade - LOCKED
Priscilla Kitaen (unlocks Voodoo)
Voodoo - LOCKED
Maxine Manchester (unlocks Ladytron)
Ladytron - LOCKED

Note: As a special pack, there is no bonus character. Instead, all characters in the above group received a discounted rate of $70.


The dates listed are when the characters portraits should appear on Phil's page here: phil-cho 


26: Victor Fries
27: Edward Nygma
28: Mutant Leader
29: Derek Powers
30: Deanna Clay

3: Dex-Starr
4: Granny Goodness & Special Holiday Release
5: Selina Wayne
6: Helena Wayne
7: Robin (Helena Wayne) & Robin (Matt McGinnis)


Not Quite Funded... but ALMOST!

None Currently


Release Date: TBD
Summertime Siren Special: Selina
Summertime Siren Special: Harley
Summertime Siren Special: Ivy

Release Date: Mid-August
Kathleen Duquesne & Variant
Sonia Alcana & Variant
Rocky Ballantine & Variant

Premiere Date: September 4th
Earth-27 Season 3 Estimated ScheduleNew Additions:
Giovanni Zatara
Bart Allen
Kid Flash II ($30 remaining)
(Mystery Character)
(Mystery Character)
Premiere Date: September 4th, 2017
Dates are subject to change, based on the 'events' system I described in my last journal. I rounded release dates to the next Monday, but if an event ends mid-week, we'll go right into the next one or have some "filler/teaser" characters to carry us through until the next week's start.
Special note: I have merged our 'Better Sort of Criminal' Event into the Premiere event as I sort of spaced the fact that they were required for that story.
Vic Sage
The Question (JLA Era)
Jakob Kane
Maggie Sawyer
Alex Danvers
Aristotle "Tot" Rodor
Eve Eden
Sal Maroni
Bruno Mannheim
Whisper A’Daire
Ignatius Oglivy
Alexandra Kosov
Tobias Whale
Maximillian Zeus
Event's Description: A Narrative driven theme, concerning Renee Montoya recruiting Kate Kane to help her unravel a conspi


Finally, here's the characters that are approved for sponsorship but have yet to be sponsored. The characters are categorized into groups that will correspond to their release schedule. Once all characters from a group have been sponsored, not only will their portraits be commissioned and scheduled for release, but I will also release the bonus content associated with each group.

The Pierce Family
Thunder (Titan)

BONUS: JLA Era Black Lightning

Obscure Oddballs
Angel O'Day
Sam Simeon
Megan Boyer (unlocks 'Shade the Changing Girl')
Shade the Changing Girl - LOCKED
Wilhelmina "Mina" McIntyre (unlocks 'Triumph')
Triumph - LOCKED
Hiro Okamura (unlocks 'Toymaster')

Toymaster - LOCKED
Penelope "Penny" Black (unlocks ' Britannia')
Britannia - LOCKED
Patrick O'Brien (unlocks 'Plastic Lad')
Plastic Lad - LOCKED
BONUS: Ambush Bug of the Amber Butane Corps

Pete Ross
Lana Lang
Perry White
Natasha Irons (unlocks ‘Arclight’)
Arclight – LOCKED
General Sam Lane
Lucy Lane
Jonathon Kent II
Christopher Kent / Lor-Zod
Thara Ak-Var

BONUS: Ultraman & Superwoman
Sentinels of SHAZAM
Freddy Freeman (unlocks ‘King Marvel’)
King Marvel – LOCKED
Eugene Choi (unlocks ‘Doctor Marvel’)
Doctor Marvel - LOCKED
Pedro Pena (unlocks ‘Mister Marvel’)
Mister Marvel - LOCKED
Darla Dudley (unlocks ‘Agent Marvel’)
Agent Marvel – LOCKED

BONUS: Tawny
Defenders of Atlantis
Meredith Curry
A.J. Curry
Aqualad I
Tula (unlocks ‘Aquagirl I’)
Lorena Marquez (unlocks ‘Aquagirl II’)
Aquagirl II – LOCKED

BONUS: Aquaman of 2027
Higher Education
Bumblebee (Titan)
Malcolm Duncan (unlocks ‘Malcolm Duncan (Titan)’)
Malcolm Duncan (Titan) – LOCKED
Micro (Titan)
Giganta (Titan)
Dr. Morrow
Dr. Ivo

BONUS: Al Pratt

Villains of Star City
Malcolm Merlyn 
The Magician - LOCKED
Werner Zytle
Count Vertigo - LOCKED
Danny Brickwell
Brick - LOCKED
Simon Lacroix
Komodo - LOCKED
Carrie Cutter
Cupid - LOCKED
Templeton Fugate
The Clock King - LOCKED
Chien Na Wei
China White – LOCKED

BONUS: Prometheus

Space Age
Queen Komand'r (unlocks 'Blackfire')
Blackfire - LOCKED
Feena Sik
Soranik Natu
Saint Walker
Arisia Rrab

BONUS: Anti-Monitor

The Advena Legion
Saturn Girl
Triad 1
Triad 2
Triad 3
Timber Wolf
Zan Undar
Zayna Undar

BONUS: One extra fan-voted Legionairre

Titans Together
Marvin White (Titan)
Marvin White
Wendy Harris (Titan)
Wendy Harris
Miguel Barragan (unlocks ‘Bunker’)
Bunker – LOCKED
Kiran Singh (unlocks ‘Solstice’)
Solstice – LOCKED

BONUS: Unlocks ‘The Society’
Rocket (Titan)
BONUS: Unlocks ‘JLA Variants’

2027: Batfamily
Bette Kane
Carrie Kelley
Duke Thomas
Harper Row
Damian Wayne
Luke Fox 
Tim Drake
Stephanie Brown
Helena Bertinelli

BONUS: Unlocks heroic identities for the above characters

2027: The Return of the Joker
Dee Dee 1 (partially sponsored, needing $20)
The Jokerz 2
The Jokerz 3
The Jokerz 4
The Jokerz 5
The Joker's Daughter
The Queen of Clownz

BONUS: The Joker

The Furies of Apokalypse
Temiz (the Earth-27 version of 'Artemiz')
Maiden Mad (the Earth-27 version of 'Mad Harriet')
Sister Stomp (the Earth-27 version of 'Stompa')
Bloodseeker (the Earth-27 version of 'Bloody Mary')
Kaye Ou (unlocks Knockout)
Knockout (LOCKED)
Bonus: Once all of the above have been sponsored, Aresia will receive a variant portrait and new Oracle File expansion

The Sirens of Gotham
Harley Quinn Incognito
Poison Ivy Incognito
2027 Harleen Quinzel
2027 Pamela Isley
Bonus: 2027 Catwoman

LOCKED: The Society of Earth-27
Alan Scott - LOCKED
Wesley Dodds - LOCKED
Terry Sloane - LOCKED
Jim Corrigan - LOCKED
Rex Tyler - LOCKED
Johnny Thunder - LOCKED
Nathaniel Heywood - LOCKED
Ted Knight - LOCKED
Sylvester Pemberton - LOCKED
Joan Dale -LOCKED
Greg Saunders - LOCKED
Jill Carlyle - LOCKED

BONUS: Unlocks heroic versions of all above characters

LOCKED: JLA Variants
Aquaman (JLA Variant) - LOCKED
Batman (JLA Variant) - LOCKED
Black Canary (JLA Variant) - LOCKED
The Flash (JLA Variant) - LOCKED
Green Arrow (JLA Variant) - LOCKED
Superman (JLA Variant) - LOCKED
Wonder Woman (JLA Variant) - LOCKED

BONUS: Aquawoman (JLA Variant)

One more update before bed... :D

Thanks to MS225 :iconms225: for combing through all the VOX Boxes, Oracle Files, and E27 Journals to put together this rather comprehensive entry on Bruce Wayne for the Earth-27 Wiki:…

It needs some fine tuning, but this is incredible work! A fun drinking game would be to take a shot every time Bruce's love life is mentioned ;) Actually, don't do that!!!
VOX Box - Team Building Exercises 33
"Kuui Kuui Kuui" is the E27 spelling of this:…

Again, special thanks to ArkhamRedX and SquirrelKitty76 for contributing their characters to Earth-27.
VOX Box - Team Building Exercises 32
Special thanks to SquirrelKitty76 and Dkalban for providing the characters featured in this VOX Box.
What's with the lack of deviations this week? Well, for father's day, my wife got me a new computer for me to use entirely for Earth-27 stuff, which is huuuuge. It's got a large enough memory that I can store all my full res assets locally (backed up in my cloud server). So, for the first part of the week I was organizing all that stuff.

Then, on Tuesday night, when I went to pull up a VOX Box, I remembered I needed to install Photoshop on my new computer... and there was the hitch. I had no idea where my old Photoshop disc was at... and so after 24 hours of frantic searching, I said screw it and upgraded to Adobe Creative Cloud's Photoshop CC.

So, I got the new shiny Photoshop, so I imagine all my stuff can look THAT much better once I play around and figure out what CC can do, but first impressions: things are going to look different (in my opinion better, but still different). Even uploading my present stuff, CC renders some effects differently than my old Photoshop did and I'm not sure I want to take the time to go through all the settings and fine tune it to be precisely the way it used to look.

I don't know though, maybe you guys will see it and think I'm hallucinating. I should have a new VOX Box up soon enough and then y'all can give me your impressions.
Previews available at this week:
Derek Powers

Edward Nygma (2027)
Mr. Freeze (2027)
Mutant Leader (2027)
Deanna Clay (2027)

Special Mystery Villain
E27 Fanbase Question. How would you identify yourself? (If you'd care not to answer, simply do not choose an answer)
115 deviants said 19-27 year old Male
60 deviants said 13-18 year old Male
42 deviants said 28-39 year old Male
22 deviants said 19-27 year old Female
9 deviants said 13-18 year old Female
9 deviants said 40+ Male
6 deviants said 28-39 year old Female
1 deviant said Younger than 13 year old Male
1 deviant said Younger than 13 year old Female
1 deviant said 40+ Female
If you have submitted a character that is part of the Artifacts storyline, could you please fill out this survey and send it back to me via e-mail (at )?
Please think about answers carefully. If you have no preferred answer to a question, leave it blank and I'll make the decision.
The sooner I get your answers, the sooner I'll continue using your character(s) for VOX Boxes (beyond introductions and basic things of that nature). If I do not get a survey or word from you on how you'd like to proceed by July, I will treat the survey as though you had answered blank for all its answers.

Here's the survey:
Character Hero/Villain Name:

Character's Real Identity:

Does the Character Have a Secret Identity?

Pick one: Hero. Villain. Anti-Hero. Neutral. Anti-Villain.

Dialect (In brief, how do you imagine your character speaking, do they have an accent, do they have phrases they use a lot, do they use contractions, do they use slang, et cetera)?


Age (as of 2017)?


Education Level?

In three sentences, describe your character's overall personality?

Sexuality (Straight, Gay, Bisexual, Pansexual, etc)?

Example of an existing character that your character would be interested in romantically?

What about that character do they like?

Of the "Artifacts", is there a character that they would be interested in romantically? If yes, who? (List all that apply, please)

What is your level of interest in a romantic story arc?

Character's overtness when it comes to romance and what are their expectations for romance? (Real relationship, Mild flirting, one night stands, something casual, not interested at all, nothing on a mission, etc.)

What sort of characters do they make friends with typically?

Are there "Artifacts" that you want your character to befriend or work with?

Are there "Artifacts" that you believe would be your character's rival and/or enemy? Why?

Is there any one Artifact that you would want me to further explore your character's dynamic with? Why?

Describe three vague events you'd like to see happen with your character in the "Artifacts" story.



According to you, the creator, what are your character's three biggest virtues?



Are they aware of their virtues or are they too humble/dself-dismissive to realize their worth?

According to you, the creator, what are your character's three biggest vices?



Are they self-aware to realize their faults or do they not consider their negative traits to be an issue for them?

When not on a mission, does your character ever "hang out" in the Monitor's Sphere?

If yes, what do they do?

What does your character do outside the Monitor Sphere for fun?

Character's thoughts on the Monitor?

Are you open to your character suffering for the cause, if such benefitted the story? (Being wounded but recovering, taking permanent damage, loss of a loved one, loss of life, loss of status, etc)

When the stakes are at their highest, does your character rise to the occasion or reveal their true colors?

Character's thoughts on killing?

When, if ever, is it justified?

What would need to happen to make your character kill someone, even accidentally?

Character's thoughts on torture?

When, if ever, is it justified?

What would need to happen to push your character to this?

Are there things your character would normally never do?

What would need to happen for your character to violate their own code?

Finally, anything else you want me to know about your character or thoughts on the Artifacts storyline thus far?
I have been challenged!

I've been challenged to bring this guy into Earth-27, the Neon Gang Leader from Batman Forever, complete with a badass backstory and make this character work.Batman Forever - Neon Gang Leader by Roysovitch
Well, I just have two words for you!

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Stay tuned to see this character debut sometime in Season 3!
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But if something like this were to happen in Earth-27, what do you think would be a fun "Looney" addition to Earth-27? Doesn't have to be a Looney Tunes, just a non-comic book character.
Note: This is just a hypothetical question for discussion. Not an "official" vote by any means.



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CFlow17 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Is that guil in Injustice 2 still a thing? If so what's the name?
Jovan2013 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Hey, Roy. I got an idea, If you are going to import Arkham Knight (different identity which is not Jason Todd) into Earth 27, you should make him as Lady Arkham's Knight?
Roysovitch Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Professional General Artist
We sort of have Arkham Knight:
Arkham X (Earth-27) commission by phil-cho   Arkham X 2.0 (Earth-27) commission by phil-cho
Shadow-DJ Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Writer

You gonna use this guy on Earth 27?…
BloodRushHero Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Just wondering on how long it might be before I get a reply to the note I sent you.
Roysovitch Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Professional General Artist
Jovan2013 Featured By Owner Edited 6 days ago
Hey Roy, since the NeOlympians wears steampunk clothing what would the other gods would dress like? I think a cyberpunk version of gods would look amazing. I don't know that much about Too Human (Cybernetic version of Norse Gods) but Asura's Wrath ( elements from Hinduism and Buddhism blend with sci-fi) has techno-magically enhanced gods.

Too Humans…

Asura's Wrath…

BTW, Have you watched American Gods?
Roysovitch Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Professional General Artist
The other Pantheons hung out on Earth much longer, desperate to reclaim their glory. As a result, the NeOlympians are the more powerful and advanced among the different gods.
The Norse and Egyptian pantheons followed the Olympians' example eventually but they were weaker by the time they began their own conquests and their campaigns took longer so they have had far less time to develop their peoples.
The Norse are in a feudal era and the Egyptians are in a Renaissance. Through limited trade and the presence of magic-infused tech, they are more advanced than humans were in those eras but they are far from any sort of sci-fi era like in Too Human.
Jovan2013 Featured By Owner 4 days ago
Sounds pretty cool. How many pantheons are you going to include? 

The magitek reminds me of Jack Kirby's New Gods with the mother boxes, would the Norse and Egyptians would have a Jack Kirby feel. Maybe the Odin force could be the Odic Force in modern times.
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