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The '''[[Qwardian]]s''' are the natives of this planet. The [[Weaponers of Qward]] are a society of smiths and [[engineer]]s that comprise a large population of the native Qwardian race. The Weaponers are known for creating the first [[Qwardian Power Ring]] which became the signature [[weapon]] of the villain [[Sinestro]]. The Qwardians are sworn enemies of the [[Green Lantern Corps]].
 
The '''[[Qwardian]]s''' are the natives of this planet. The [[Weaponers of Qward]] are a society of smiths and [[engineer]]s that comprise a large population of the native Qwardian race. The Weaponers are known for creating the first [[Qwardian Power Ring]] which became the signature [[weapon]] of the villain [[Sinestro]]. The Qwardians are sworn enemies of the [[Green Lantern Corps]].
 
 
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* Qward was first mentioned in ''Green Lantern, Vol. 2, #2''<ref>Go to [http://dc.wikia.com ''DC Database''] for more on [http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Green_Lantern_Vol_2_2 ''Green Lantern vol. 2, #2''] (October, 1960)</ref> on October, 1960.
 
* The subtitles on the [[Doomsday]] episode spells Qward as ''Quard''.
 
   
   
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** [[Invasion of the Fearians]] - referenced only
 
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* Qward was first mentioned in ''Green Lantern, Vol. 2, #2''<ref>Go to [http://dc.wikia.com ''DC Database''] for more on [http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Green_Lantern_Vol_2_2 ''Green Lantern vol. 2, #2''] (October, 1960)</ref> on October, 1960.
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* The subtitles on the [[Season 3]] episode, '[[Doomsday (episode)|Doomsday]]' spells Qward as ''Quard''.
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* The episode [[Doomsday (episode)|Doomsday]] also calls the antimatter universe itself 'Qward.'
   
   

Latest revision as of 13:24, March 20, 2019

Qward
Quard


Qward (also spelled Quard) is a planet located at the very center of the antimatter universe. It serves as that dimension’s analog to the positive-matter world known as Oa. Meaning that it is Oa's only counterpart.

According to Superman, the antimatter universe of Qward, is known as the place where highest good is evil and justice is a crime.[1]


Background InformationEdit

Qward and the rest of the antimatter universe are the direct result of cosmic tampering wrought by the Maltusian scientist known as Krona. This brilliant, renegade scientist built a device designed to commune with the source of all creation in an effort to learn the origins of the cosmos. The experiment violated the tenants of cosmic law, and as such a backlash ensued which resulted in the creation of the Antimatter Universe and the multiverse.

NativesEdit

The Qwardians are the natives of this planet. The Weaponers of Qward are a society of smiths and engineers that comprise a large population of the native Qwardian race. The Weaponers are known for creating the first Qwardian Power Ring which became the signature weapon of the villain Sinestro. The Qwardians are sworn enemies of the Green Lantern Corps.


Episode AppearancesEdit


NotesEdit

  • Qward was first mentioned in Green Lantern, Vol. 2, #2[2] on October, 1960.
  • The subtitles on the Season 3 episode, 'Doomsday' spells Qward as Quard.
  • The episode Doomsday also calls the antimatter universe itself 'Qward.'


External LinksEdit


ReferencesEdit

  1. NEED EPISODE REFERENCE
  2. Go to DC Database for more on Green Lantern vol. 2, #2 (October, 1960)
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