Qward

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Qward in Green Lantern v2 #15.

Qward is a planet that features in DC Comics.

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History

Pre-Crisis

Qward was a world in the Anti-Matter Universe, the counterpart of Oa. The native species there was of incredible technological advancement in the ways of war- the so-called Weaponers of Qward were known across the multiverse. Before the Crisis on Infinite Earths, the Anti-Monitor ruled Qward, using its Weaponers and Thunderers- the elite of whom he made into Shadow Demons- as his troops.

Post-Crisis=

After the Crisis reformed the multiverse, Qward remained the same, save that there was no Anti-Monitor. Certain highly advanced species- such as the Oans- banished criminals guilty of the worst possible crimes to Qward. This world has also produced several super-villains in the post-Crisis universe, including the Qwardian Crime Syndicate and the Conglomerate.

Post-Flashpoint

In an effort to stop Perpetua, the Justice League alongside Alpheus the World Forger travelled to Qward to seek out the Anti-Monitor but once there they were ambushed by the Legion of Doom. (Justice League v4 28)

Overview

It was situated in Sector Omega-97. (JLA v1 #108)

A number of locations on Qward included:

  • Qward City : home of the citadel of the Weaponers. (Green Lantern v2 #4)
  • Krama Dhu : citadel city where the Thunder Fortress Prime was situated. (JLA v1 #108)
  • Q'Edion : situated at Pakaita Province and located at forty t-units from Krama Dhu. (JLA v1 #108)
  • Q'Ar-Dien : an ancient fortress where the Hall of Commandeers was located. (JLA v1 #109)

The core of the planet was noted for being frozen and filled with ice. (Superman v4 #30)

Inhabitants

  • Sinestro :

Notes

  • Qward was created by John Broome and Gil Kane where it made its first appearance in Green Lantern v2 #2 (October, 1960).

Appearances

  • Green Lantern:
  • Justice League v4:

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