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"Now all I have to do is find my way home."
"And where's that?"
"I think you would call it Earth-3.
Jay Garrick and Wally West[src]

Earth-3 was a universe parallel to Earth-1 and Earth-2 in the original multiverse. The name was coined by Jay Garrick, the Flash of Earth-3. Similar to Earth-2, Earth-3 had various features that were anachronistic compared to Earth-1, such as the popularity of zeppelins and the Tommy gun.


At some point, Jay Garrick gained speedster powers and began acting as a vigilante known as "the Flash".

After Hunter Zolomon overdosed on the Velocity serums, he crossed over from Earth-2 into this world. While terrorizing this Earth, he soon discovered the full effects of the drug in his system. In a frenzied attempt to try to restore his original health, he overpowered and kidnapped Jay and took him back to Earth-2 to steal his speed to heal himself. However, for some reason, it didn't work, so Hunter imprisoned Jay and stole his identity as "the Flash" to use it to give the people of his Earth hope so he could sickly rip it away.[1]

After Barry Allen freed Jay Garrick from his prison and the mask, he went back to Earth-2 with Harry and Jesse Wells, who helped him return to Earth-3.[2]

The Trickster from this world robbed a bank and intended to kill his hostages. CCPD officers were dispatched to apprehend him, but Jay Garrick appeared on the scene first. Upon being confronted, the Trickster fired his Tommy gun at Jay, but the speedster easily caught all the bullets with his helmet. As a last resort, the Trickster cuffed himself to Jay and activated a timed bomb, intending for both of them to die. Fortunately, Barry arrived on the scene, disabled the bomb, and tied up the Trickster. The police arrived moments later and took psychotic criminals into custody.[3]

After Wally West of Earth-1 was trapped in the Speed Force by Savitar, Jay decided to sacrifice himself to take Wally's place. With no Flash to protect this world, Jesse moved to Earth-3 to take Jay's place until he can return.[4]

After Jay Garrick was released by Cisco Ramon's altered Speed Force bazooka, he resumed his duties as The Flash while Jesse returned home to Earth-2.[5]

Barry travels to Earth-3 to get help from Jay and his wife Dr. Joan Williams (Nora Allen - Barry's mother's doppelgänger) who have both been tracking antimatter signatures through a map of the multiverse for the past year and they built a device known as a neural hyper-collider, which can harness neural electricity and transfer it across superluminal particles (also known as tachyons) to project one's consciousness across space-time, so they connect this to Jay's Flash Helmet so Barry could see a Crisis that's coming in the near future which succeeds but at the cost of Barry witnessing a billion of possible futures and millions of deaths (including Central City (Earth-1), and his friends) in the outcome.[6]


Mia surveys Earths 92, 67 and 3.

Mia Smoak was looking at a map of the multiverse with multiple Earths that included Earth-33, Earth-92, Earth-67, and Earth-3.[7]

Earth-3 was destroyed by antimatter during the Anti-Monitor Crisis, along with the rest of the multiverse.[7]

Following the destruction of the Multiverse and rebirth of the universe, certain individuals and a few aspects of Earth-3 were remade and placed on Earth-Prime similar to how the original Earth-2 was partly merged as well.

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