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    So is earth 2 based on earth Prime then in the NU?



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    is it that the earth of our kal is the "real one", and that all other earths came spun off from that?

The official stance from DC is that the regular Justice League earth we read about is Prime Earth and every other earth is... secondary.
I don't know if there is any other logic than that at work, it has certainly always been odd that Earth-2 became such a significant and sustained target for Apokolips whereas Prime-Earth fared much much better, even though they had more heroes to call on for Darkseid's initial invasion I don't believe you can just chalk it down to the formation of the Justice League and its distinctive individual members - the League won that initial incursion, while Earth-2's original trinity died ending a full scale war, and only after a good several years of fighting it off...

Prime-Earth does appear the more potent universe.



Well, in the Batman/Superman story where the two versions of Bats and Supes meet each other (early in the careers of the Prime versions, apparently just before the invasion of Earth-2) it was said the younger versions were darker, more violent, aggressive, something like that.

And that weird being who caused two other universes to merge with the pre-Flashpoint universe during the Sept. 2011 reboot did say it was done so that there'd be a universe strong enough to deal with the 'big badness' that was coming.

And so, as you said, "Prime-Earth does appear the more potent universe."



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