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The Crossroads is an other dimensional reality where the traditional laws of physics do not apply. The Crossroads serves as a nexus point to an infinite number of alien dimensions, and there is even a sign post guiding all the explorers to the many different destinations. However, the singular properties of the Crossroads do not amplify nor reduce physical-based powers, but solely give access to the dimensions. The U-Foes also received an upgrade while on Earth, what enabled Vector to repel reality itself.[1] Even though this does not include worlds connected to the Crossroads. The cosmic entity Beyonder once visited our Multiverse (including also the Microverse) before finishing his journey in the Crossroads. The Beyonder classified the Crossroads as within the same "many-layered multiverse" of several realms, including the Microverse.[2]

Years ago, when Bruce Banner was completely consumed by the rampaging fury of his alter ego the Hulk, Sorcerer Supreme Doctor Strange decided to exile the Hulk to the Crossroads. From there, the Hulk was able to travel to any planetary realm of his choosing, provided that it was a world devoid of any life forms that the Hulk could harm. The Hulk spent several weeks journeying from world to world, but invariably, he always returned to the Crossroads. Before long, the Hulk, through no choice of his own, left the Crossroads and returned to Earth. Its only other long term resident was the alien Puffball Collective, which was stranded there until freed by the Hulk.[3]


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