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A universe where Spider-Man decided to work for Nick Fury in order to surpass himself and become the "Ultimate" Spider-Man, and also where the previously-disbanded Avengers reform to fight the threats to the world again. 

TV ShowsEdit

Earth-TRN123 is the reality designation for


Dimensions Edit

  1. Asgard
  2. Dark Dimension
  3. Negative Zone
  4. Dark Avengers Universe
  5. Earth-TRN453
  6. Earth-TRN454
  7. Earth-TRN456
  8. Earth-TRN457
  9. Earth Future Shock
  10. Spider-Man's Inner World

Residents Edit

Supporting Characters Edit

Villains Edit

Other Characters Edit

Events Edit

  1. Age of Ultron
  2. Asgardian Spartaxians War
  3. World War II

Trivia Edit

  • After appearing in the Ultimate Spider-Man, Avengers Assemble and Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.animated series, the Guardians of the Galaxy now sport character designs and personalities similar to their MCU counterparts.
  • It is implied that events similar to the Guardians of the Galaxy movie happened in this universe too.
  • Ten two-parter shorts were released on iTunes and social media to promote the animated series and show the origin story of each Guardian of the Galaxy (see Videos section below).
  • Due to many plot points involving their crossovers with the other Earth-12041 shows, it can be presumed that this show takes place chronologically before the other shows.
    • Titus is still a member of the Nova Corps in this show. In Ultimate Spider-Man, he has already been discharged (due to the Guardians) and is implied to have slaughtered all the other Nova, with the exception of Earth's Nova.
    • Ronan is stated to have been destroyed by the Guardians, but is revived by Nebula, explaining his presence in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. as one of the final antagonists.[8]
    • Similarly to Ronan, the Kree Supreme Intelligence is destroyed in the final episode of Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., but is still alive here.
    • Thor and Loki seem to be on much better terms when discussing the Asgardian-Spartaxian War than they ever have been in the other shows, hinting at Loki's betrayal during this affair being the action that splits them apart for good.
    • Also, Thor and Star-Lord meet for the first time in this show, despite the Guardians and the Avengers being aware of each other during their team-up against Galactus in Avengers Assemble.

ScreenshotsEdit

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