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The concept of Omniverse in fiction is generally defined as the "one to encompass them all" highest conceivable measuring unit, and are often expllicitely described by the writers as encompassing even other fictional Verses (both Marvel and DC for example), although no writer really have the required authority to speak for others' creation.
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The concept of Omniverse in fiction is generally defined as the "one to encompass them all" highest conceivable measuring unit, and are often explicitly described by the writers as also encompassing even other fictional Verses (both Marvel and DC for example), although no writer really have the required authority to speak for others' creation.

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The concept of Omniverse in fiction is generally defined as the "one to encompass them all" highest conceivable measuring unit, and are often explicitly described by the writers as also encompassing even other fictional Verses (both Marvel and DC for example), although no writer really have the required authority to speak for others' creation.

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