Boba Fett Returns - The Loop
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- "Not a single one of our doppelgängers survived to make it to Earth-Prime, as far as I can tell, but we did manage to pick up a butt-ton of bad guys and aliens and more metas, and you know the best part? The best part is a bunch of our old villains are back, with fresh paint jobs!"
- "When did you have time to do all this?"
- —Cisco Ramon and Frost[src]
After the Anti-Monitor Crisis, Cisco decided to track down many of Team Flash's former enemies in order to discern what changes had occurred as a result of the multiverse's reboot. Their pictures and names were then compiled into a binder.
List of villains
- Null, Block, and Girder's inclusion means they were resurrected Post-Crisis.
- On the backside of both Abra Kadabra and Brie Larvan's pictures it is stated that they are meta-humans.
- In Abra's case, it may be a mistake. If he retains the ability to do "magic" Post-Crisis he is either still using advanced nano-tech or is a true warlock like Constantine.
- As a number of individuals, such as Rosa Dillon and Joslyn Jackam, appear in the binder multiple times, the binder may contain a separate card for each encounter with a specific villain.
- The separate cards could also signify doppelgängers, but this seems unlikely as there has been no mention of the problems related to neural dissonance with these individuals.
Behind the scenes
- In the DC Comics, Who's Who is a series of comics revolving around many of their characters.