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"So, the big question, what are we calling her? Batlady? Batchick? Talk to me, Gotham. We need a name."

Vesper Fairchild[src]

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"About 24, 25 years ago, a neighboring Earth invaded our planet through a breach and almost destroyed the place. So to prevent it from happening again, they banned all inter-dimensional travel. And then they put the Collectors in place to punish those of us who violated the ban."
H.R. Wells[src]

An unnamed universe was one of the many universes in the original multiverse. The inhabitants of this universe almost destroyed Earth-19, which led to the creation of Earth-19's Collector Agency. It was presumably destroyed by antimatter during the Anti-Monitor Crisis.


This universe was a neighbor of Earth-19, presumably meaning that they are positioned next to each other in a multiversal sense.[1]


In either 1992 or 1993, the denizens of this universe came through a breach leading to the Earth of Earth-19, invaded it, and almost destroyed the whole Earth. This prompted the inhabitants of Earth-19 to create the Collector Agency, an organization that prohibits entry and departure to and from the universe without the explicit permission of the agency. Violating their law was punishable by death.[1]

In late 2019, an antimatter wave swept through the multiverse and annihilated countless universes, including this one.


The Flash

Season 3

Behind the scenes

  • According to Jay Garrick's map of the multiverse, this universe may be one of Earth-23, Earth-51, Earth-52, or Earth-X, as all four of these universes were shown to neighbor Earth-19.
    • While these four are shown to be neighbors to Earth-19, it is possible that additional universes neighbor Earth-19, as the map only includes 48 universes, seemingly presenting the local neighborhood surrounding Earth-1.
    • It is also possible that the locations on Jay Garrick's map were inaccurate, as Earth-1 and Earth-2 were regarded as being very closely associated in the multiverse, yet are shown to be far apart on Jay's map.