"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.


During the Anti-Monitor Crisis, Clark Kent of this universe 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]

Earth-167, along with the rest of the multiverse, was destroyed by antimatter during the Anti-Monitor Crisis.[2] This universe, however, was restored when the multiverse was recreated by the Spectre and the Paragons.[3]

Known indviduals



From Earth-1

From Earth-38

Known locations



Season 1


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.


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