In the beginning, there was only one. A single black infinitude ... so cold and dark for so very long ... that even the burning light was imperceptible. But the light grew, and the infinitude shuddered ... and the darkness finally ... screamed, as much in pain as in relief.

For in that instant a multiverse was born. A multiverse of worlds vibrating and replicating. And a multiverse that should have been one, became many.

-- From Crisis on Infinite Earths #1

Yes, in the beginning, there was only one.  And it was called MV1, Marvel Volume One.  It was a fan fiction group formed right after Onslaught/Heroes Reborn, continuing with the original numbering of many Marvel titles. 

Well, the authors of that group once asked if they could write crossovers with their favorite DC characters.  Then a man by the name of Barry Reese (Huntress, JLA, Wonder Woman, and Supergirl for the Faux DC!) proposed that a new DC group be created.  He didn't have the time then to run one himself, but many of the other MV1 writers were very excited by the idea of taking a crack at the DCU. That's where I came in.

It began with our first site designed and built by Josh Corum. I, through circumstances that still confuse me over a year later, became Editor in Chief. Who am I? I'm Clay "the Mighty Miry" Arceneaux. Josh served as my Executive Editor and general right hand man through out our rocky first year.

Well when Anniversary time rolled around, and to everyone else's shock we had survived to see it, we began thinking of things we could do to celebrate it. One thing we knew we wanted to do was give the site a facelift, but after helping get the ball rolling on that, Josh decided to step down as ExE to start college. (some people have no sense of priority)

Since I knew there was no way I could do this gig without help, I turned to one of my very best "net friends", Ralph "Mr. Cosmic" Angelo. Right off the bat Ralph comes up with an idea which served to energize the whole project- the Cold Armageddon crossover.

So that's where we are. If you've enjoyed what you've read here at Faux DC I'd like to encourage you to join the FDC mailing list by Clicking on this link. We'd love to hear from you!

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