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"The multiverse has a way of aligning fates...It's written in the stars and in this book, or I wouldn't know that on this Earth, Clark Kent is Superman. Where I come from, that would be ridiculous. He can't see past his glasses."

Lex Luthor[src]


This article is about the location set in the Smallville universe. This article only contains information relevant to the Arrowverse. For information regarding that universe, please see Earth-167.

Earth-167 is one of many universes in the multiverse.

History

Clark Kent lived in Smallville with Lois Lane and their daughters. While chopping wood, Clark was visited by Clark Kent and Lois Lane of Earth-38 and Iris West-Allen of Earth-1, who attempted to ask him to join them to stop the Anti-Monitor. However, Lex Luthor of Earth-38 appeared and sent them away, before attempting to kill Clark. He realized that Clark no longer had his powers, before Clark punched him and Lex disappeared.[1]

While it was destroyed by the antimatter wave,[2] that universe was restored when the multiverse was recreated.[3]

Known indviduals

Residents

Visitors

From Earth-1

From Earth-38

Known locations

Appearances

Batwoman

Season 1

Supergirl

Season 5

Behind the scenes

  • This universe is seemingly home to the Smallville television series. The number 167 is a nod to the show's producers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar both being born in 1967.[4]
    • However, this Earth being part of the Arrowverse multiverse is somewhat inconsistent with both Season 10 and the comics continuity of Smallville, in which the Smallville Earth is classified as Earth-1, while there are others such as Earth-2 and Earth-Majestic. Also, in the comics continuity of Smallville, the heroes encounter and defeat a species named Monitors, dedicated to erase the multiverse using a form of anti-matter nicknamed "The Bleed". Due to these multiple mismatches, whether or not this universe is the exact same one of Smallville is highly questionable.
  • In the DC Comics, Earth-167 is the universe where best friends Lex Luthor and Clark Kent are Superman and Batman respectively.
    • This can also be seen as a nod to the series itself where Clark and Lex were initially friends before becoming enemies.

References

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