This results in him being banished to an alternate dimension by Angstrom without food or water, followed by the seven other Alternate Marks. Sinister Mark shouts that they cannot be contained, and he vows to find a way out of there and kill Angstrom.
Then, Alternate Mark Eight and Sinister Mark ate Alternate Mark Seventeen, and Sinister Mark remembered how he would sometimes resort to cannibalism in his dimension and that he liked the taste of human flesh. Meanwhile, he has grown really long hair and a short beard. While Sinister Mark was eating him, the mainstream Mark would be banished into that alternate dimension as well.
Sinister Mark would invite the mainstream Mark to eat Alternate Mark Eight with him, admitting that there is a lot of thigh left, he just started eating him because he recently killed him, and how thigh is the best part. Sinister Mark says that he thought Alternate Mark Eight was the last one, in reality forgetting about Mohawk Mark, but says how he forgot about the mainstream Mark, who he believed was one of the seven stranded with him.
As the mainstream Mark realizes who Sinister Mark is, Sinister Mark says that he cannot believe that the Alternate Marks thought that Sinister Mark planned the cannibalism, because he did not believe that he would be the last one to survive.
Sinister Mark reveals how desperate and starving the Alternate Marks where after a few weeks, and how the first one they ate was the worst of them all.
Then, Sinister Mark starts to question if the mainstream Mark is real or if they ate him already, but by grabbing him Sinister Mark determines that the mainstream Mark is real and has been stranded only recently. The mainstream Mark punches Sinister Mark away, who says how his hunger never goes away, but also that he is bored. He thanks the mainstream Mark for putting up a fight, and proclaims that the winner shall eat the loser and Alternate Mark Eight.
The mainstream Mark tells him how he could help him get back to Sinister Mark's home dimension, but he ignores the comment and says that the Alternate Marks did not get weaker as they got more hungry, and that the mainstream Mark is weak from not being stranded for weeks.
The mainstream Mark protests that he only wants to help, and Sinister Mark reveals that the only way he can help him is if he lets him eat him. The mainstream Mark then attempts to fly faster than him to get away, with Sinister Mark in pursuit. Eventually, Sinister Mark grabs the mainstream Mark and throws him to the ground. Sinister Mark starts to tell him how what he had to do in order to survive has made himself the stronger one, when Mohawk Mark arrives and slams Sinister Mark away.
Mohawk Mark and the mainstream Mark fly away and talk, Stop In The Name Of Love (Alternate Take) soon Sinister Mark finds them. Without even noticing Mohawk Mark, Sinister Mark grabs onto the mainstream Mark, who knocks him away and tells him how he now has a partner.
At that moment, Mohawk Mark flies with Sinister Mark into the ground and pummels him repeatedly. Mohawk Mark shouts how they could have found a way out of the alternate dimension together, but Sinister Mark turned them against each other and was the worst of them.
Mohawk Mark then beats Sinister Mark to death. In the Start Picture, there are 16 Alternate Marks like in the main picture. This also means that the Alternate Marks in the Invincible War are not actually limited to the 16 who first appeared in Invincible 58but still must be less than Alternate Mark Seventeen was one of the many Alternate Marks who ran an empire in their respective dimensions. He was recruited by Angstrom Levy to take place in the Invincible War.
Alternate Mark Seventeen accepted, and arrived on the first day as seen in the Start Picture. On the second day, Jackstaff would want a rematch and jab him with his staff. Later, he punched Jackstaff in the jaw attempting to kill him, but instead rendering him unconscious. By the third day Alternate Mark Seventeen would lay waste to London before being stranded in another dimension with the seven other surviving Alternate Marks.
Part of his costume could still be seen on his skeleton when the mainstream Mark was stranded in that dimension later. Alternate Mark Eighteen looks very similar to Alternate Mark Ten, but does not have the same middle of the costume, or color of gloves and boots. This might have been overlooked as an error, if not for the fact that this Alternate Mark died at the same time Alternate Mark Ten did somewhere else, indicating that this is a different Alternate Mark.
When he does arrive, he would fight Pitt. Pitt would kill Alternate Mark Eighteen in the air by jamming his thumbs into his eyes and head, mutilating the inside of it. Pitt would fall with the body of Alternate Mark Eighteen and be severely injured upon landing.
Alternate Mark Nineteen looks very similar to Alternate Mark Two, but has his hair exposed and has different-patterned gloves, legs, and boots. This might have been overlooked as an error, if not for the fact that there is one mostly-purple Alternate Mark Reanimen, and if this Alternate Mark was Alternate Mark Two, then there would be no explanation for that one.
It is still justifiable for a nineteenth alternate Mark to exist, because as stated in Invincible 60there are less than twenty Alternate Marks who fought in the Invincible War. This Alternate Mark would strangely not arrive until the second or third day, as he is not shown in the Start Picture. When he does arrive, he would lay waste to Tokyo by the third day before becoming stranded in an alternate dimension with the other seven alive Alternate Marks.
The number of Alternate Marks who died in the Invincible War and were later converted into Reanimen do not match up. There should be no more than eleven Alternate Mark Reanimenyet in Invincible 84 there are at least thirteen countable Alternate Mark Reanimen in one panel. This could very well be an error, but if not, it is plausible that there were more than twenty Alternate Marks who fought in the War.
It would explain how some Alternate Marks who died were not for sure seen as Reanimen, and how others were. It would also explain why when the first 16 Alternate Marks were gathered, Angstrom replied that it's a start, rather than acknowledge that his entire army would comprise of them. This could be explained by the fact that the news report stating that there were less than twenty Alternate Marks in the War Stop In The Name Of Love (Alternate Take) on the first day, and some Alternate Marks arrived on the second and maybe third days.
This could also still be just one colossal error, that ties in the fact that only 16 Alternate Marks were seen in Invincible 58the news report, and the careless art of the Reanimen.
There were some Alternate versions of Mark Grayson who did not fight in the Invincible Warand merely were seen or mentioned in the series. After all, an almost infinite amount of universes in the Image Multiverse exist, most of them containing a version of Mark Grayson. The following details only the other Alternate Marks who were seen or mentioned in the Invincible series :.
The first appeared in Invincible 16and in this dimension Mark Grayson helped his father take over Earth. The only surviving heroes of the initial onslaught were Robot, the Immortal, and that dimension's Angstrom Levy. A long time passes, in which Angstrom Levy and the Immortal both become as highly intelligent as Robot, but Angstrom does not see eye-to-eye with the Immortal, much to the dismay of Robot. They have limited equipment to stop Invincible and Omni-Man. Some time passes, and Invincible runs through a scheduled broadcast in Times Square attempting to reassure the people of Earth that this is for the best, but any form of resistance will be terminated on sight.
Angstrom returns to the heroes' headquarters, but does not look up and is seen by Omni-Man. Omni-Man and Invincible arrive and seemingly kill the Immortal and Robot, though due to Immortal's regenerative powers and Robot not being just a robot, they probably survived. Before Invincible and Omni-Man could kill Angstrom, however, the mainstream Angstrom Levy rescues him and takes him to the mainstream dimension, leaving Invincible and Omni-Man dumbfounded. This was largely due to the quick release of the album title track as the second single it debuted on the Hot at 40 in the same week that "I Just Can't Stop Loving You" hit number one.
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Download Bored Panda app! Start the discussion. Cortexiphan is a nootropic drug developed in the early s, designed to enhance the mental abilities of the test subject, allowing them to tap into the 'infinite capability' of the human mind.
Initial exposure to the drug as an adult can be lethal, so trials were performed on children in at least two locations, including a day-care center in Jacksonville, Florida, and at the Wooster Campus of Ohio State University. Testing continued through A young Olivia Dunham was a part of the Jacksonville trials while she was in the care of her mother and abusive stepfather.
The exact response to Cortexiphan varies from child to child. Manifested psionic abilities include telepathymind controlpyrokinesistelekinesisand the ability to transit the 'brane' between universes. Cortexiphan also has slight regenerative abilities. Walter's tests, shown in the flashback episode " Subject 13 ", often required coaxing the child to demonstrate their powers through emotional stimuli; in the case of Olivia, he found it necessary to terrify her to bring about her powers.
Nineteen minor characters have been associated with the Cortexiphan Trials. The affected adults find they have weak bonds between each other. Some of their powers do not work on their fellow Cortexiphan patients while other abilities work only on Cortexiphan patients.
Three of them reappear during the Season Two finale to aide Stop In The Name Of Love (Alternate Take) and Olivia to crossover to the parallel universebut all three vanish, or die after their crossing.
During the first half of Season Three, where Olivia has been captured by Secretary Walter Bishop dubbed 'Walternate' in the parallel universe, Walternate and his research lead Brandon to discover the presence of Cortexiphan—to them, an unknown substance—in Olivia's blood and attempt to recreate the drug. They discover that the drug is lethal to adults and Walternate refuses to let Brandon test the drug on children. They ultimately come to use Olivia again, dosing her with a synthetic mix that is able to articulate her abilities and allow her to cross universes again.
Olivia later uses this synthetic mix to escape the parallel universe. This, along with her love for Peter Bishop, causes her memories from the original timeline to re-emerge.
She is later activated by William Bell in his ultimate plan to destroy the two universes. Olivia's powers include controlling people in a "jedi mind trick" kind of way and being able to safely cross between universes. Cortexiphan also plays a key role in helping Olivia achieve a key goal and outwit the Observers during the Season Five finale.
While the show is based in the prime universe, several of the events are driven by the influence of the parallel universe. The existence of the parallel universe was postulated by Walter and William while under the influence of psychedelic drugsand they were able to create a window-like device to observe the universe from their own.
They later theorized ways of transporting objects from one universe to the other; one involves the use of frequency harmonics to send objects across at certain times, though through conservation of massan object of similar mass would be brought back some time later.
Within Fringethe prime and parallel worlds are inexorably linked, hypothesized by the characters as the result of a divergent event in the past that formed the two universes. Quantum entanglement of objects between the two universes is significant, having been shown as part of the function of the doomsday device and an electric typewriter used by shapeshifters to communicate with the parallel universe.
Furthermore, much of western California has been lost, suggesting that a large earthquake along the San Andreas Fault has caused much of the coastal region to sink below sea level. The singularities that plague the parallel universe can lead to destructive voids; to prevent these, the Fringe division there uses a fast-setting amber -like substance to prevent weakened areas from becoming destructive, but with no regard for innocents that may be trapped within it.
Some counterparts have already met their demise. Peter is really the Peter of the parallel universe, abducted by Walter to replace his Peter after he succumbed to a childhood illness. William Bell asserted that his parallel universe self was killed in a car accident while a young boy. Colonel Broyles of the parallel universe is killed while giving Olivia time to escape to the prime universe but then reappears when the timeline is rewritten in the fourth season.
The alternate Lincoln Lee is also killed by a new hybrid shapeshifter in late season four. Other smaller characters are also alive on one side and deceased on the other as both Peter's and Olivia's mothers are dead in the prime universe but alive on the other side.
The Pattern is a key element from the first season of the show. In trying to track down David Robert Jones, Olivia discovers that a large number of events studied by the Fringe division point to the fictional Reiden Lake in New York. Walter later identifies this epicenter as the weak spot between universes, created by himself in When Walter's son Peter died from a genetic disease in the prime universe, Walter had discovered that Walternate had found a cure for his own Peter but was distracted by an Observer at the critical moment.
Walter recreated the cure, and used an untested means of crossing over at Reiden Lake, intending to give the cure to Peter and leave.
Due to an attempt by Nina Sharp to stop him from using the untested device, Walter lost the cure, and instead brought Peter back to the prime universe to administer a new batch, intending to return the child. Walter reveals that his untested device shattered the fabric of reality between the two universes, and was the source for the Pattern and other smaller epicenters in the prime universe and even larger fringe events on the other side.
The "last great storm" is a concept attributed to William Bell by Nina Sharp in Momentum Deferred with regard to the two parallel universes and the likelihood that one, or the other of them, would be destroyed once the doorway Stop In The Name Of Love (Alternate Take) them was opened.
The conflict, a product of the "Pauli Exclusion Principle" means that no two objects can occupy the same space at the same time, which arises as a direct result of Walter's initial abduction of Peter from the parallel universe. As shown in the events of " Subject 13 ", Walternate is unable to explain how his son had disappeared despite being the United States Security Czar, and only when young Olivia temporarily enters the parallel universe under emotional stress does he come to realize its Stop In The Name Of Love (Alternate Take).
From a sketchbook given to him by Olivia, he realizes Peter has been taken over there, and with new resolve, vows to recover his son. This leads to Walternate's creation of the shapeshifters that can cross between the two universes to act as his agents in the prime universe.
His actions are further spurred by the damage of Walter's crossing, creating numerous singularities that tear at the parallel universe's fabric of reality.
According to Nina, William had warned her that the "great storm" would cause one of the two universes to be completely destroyed by the other. Such events are shown to come to pass in the future Peter witnesses while using the Machine in " The Day We Died ", in which the parallel universe had been fully obliterated by the singularities. To try to stave off this occurrence, Peter uses the Machine to create a bridge between the two universes to allow both sides to work together to avoid this result.
Yet another great storm, if not the original one, appears in the season four when David Robert Jones alive in the adjusted timeline tries to destroy the universes through use of the Cortexiphan subjects and by other means.
It reaches its climax when it is discovered that William Bell is the mastermind. He activates Olivia to destroy the two universes to create a universe of his own design. However, this plan is stopped when Walter shoots Olivia, thereby killing her and stopping her from being the source of the destruction. The cult follows the ZFT manifesto, a document describing how to open a gateway between universes, apparently written by Walter before his period at the mental institution.
Though by the show's present, Walter has forgotten much of the science behind this, it is revealed that William Bell purposely cut away pieces of Walter's brain to make him forget how to cross universes.
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