Star City 2046
In the episode where Flash traveled to Earth-2, we saw Connor Hawke, Supergirl, etc, the same Connor Hawke from LOT episode Star City 2046. Since it is said in Legends of Tomorow that it is only a possible future, is it possible that this version of Star City is located on another Earth within the multiverse. I guess we can't really name it as the characters in the show didn't canon the name for this reality.
- At any rate, it's been announced to be Earth 38 if you look at this video starting at 0:53- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4fh9HTOJmE Antiyonder (talk) 20:15, November 29, 2016 (UTC)
- Yep, I made a page on it, but the admins deleted it. -sighs deeply.- -- ImperiexSeed, 3:18 PM, November 29th 2016
- Just wait for the episode to come out, it will happen soon enough and then we can all race to add it first. Kaestal (talk) 20:39, November 29, 2016 (UTC)
stop removing confirmed lore about Earth X!!!
We need to edit the page so that we can identify the earth where the Nazis win WWII as Earth-X.
Number of universes
I edited it to say there are 90 known universes after the reveal of Earth-90. Should it be 91 or 90 due to Earth-X's not having an official designation? --Revan's Exile (talk) 03:04, December 5, 2018 (UTC)
Universe Naming Convention
It seems that as of part of the ending of Flash episode "Cause and XS" (showing Harrison Sherloque Wells getting what maybe the final piece of the speedforce language code due to Nora resets the timeline 52 times (53 if the time where no one gets killed is counted), a reference to the famous DC number 52) original traditional concept of DC(Arrowverse) comics Multiverse where Theoretically, for every decision a person makes, there's an alternate universe where they don't act on that decision in the same way may end up getting a bit more complicated by bringing in how the concept of Time Travel repeatedly changes the Time Line therefore the Arrowverse existing within the of DC comics concept of [] (as you would expect with the current DC comics [] concept) which may exist within both UK Marvel/Doctor Who [] and the US Marvel [] concepts as part of the DC comics Megaverse within the individual incarnations of the Omniverse.
Through this DC comics Hypertime storyline concept when the Marvel Cinematic Universe builds itsits Multiverse during and after the Avengers 4 movie could that somehow lead to the MCU and the Arrowverse somehow meeting since Hypertime includes the coexistence of the DC comics Franchise and the Marvel comics Franchise among many other Franchises?
Additional realms and categories
I suggest expanding the "extra-dimensional planes" category on this page to include spirit worlds, mindscapes, and other exotic realms. The pocket dimension category can also be merged. By now, several mindscapes have been depicted on the shows, but I don't think they're listed together anywhere. I don't see the harm in listing them here. In fact, I don't see a significant distinction between Amaya's ancestral realm (which is already included here as an extra-dimensional plane) and the musical reality (which is excluded). With a broader category, we don't have to worry whether the phantom zone is a separate dimension or just an exotic part of universe 38. We can list everything, while noting that the fifth dimension is associated with universe 38, the temporal zone and the mirror realm are associated with universe 1, etc. The shows aren't precise or consistent enough with their definitions and descriptions for us to use narrow categories here.Cryptodire (talk) 04:57, March 3, 2019 (UTC)
Crisis on Infinite Earths
Added here temporary for Crisis. Not to be added till Crisis releases.
- An unidentified Earth (an Earth where the events of Smallville transpired)
- An unidentified Earth (an Earth where the events of Birds of Prey transpired)
- An unidentified Earth (an Earth where the events of Superman Returns transpired)
- An unidentified Earth (an Earth known as Earth-2 which was destroyed by the Monitors)
- An unidentified Earth (an Earth known as Earth-9 which was destroyed when it collided with an unidentified earth known as Earth-37 because of a Bleed quake caused by a Monitor who did not follow the protocol.)
- An unidentified Earth (an Earth known as Earth-13 which was destroyed by the Monitors)
- An unidentified Earth (an Earth known as Earth-37 which was destroyed when it collided with an unidentified earth known as Earth-9 because of a Bleed quake caused by a Monitor who did not follow the protocol.)
- An unidentified Earth (an Earth known as Earth-Majestic which was destroyed by the Monitors)
- An unidentified Earth (an Earth known as Earth-Omega)
- An unidentified Earth (an Earth where the events of Black Lightning transpired)
- An unidentified Earth (Earth-9 (per opening sequence of Crisis Part 1 Supergirl) where the events of Titans transpired)
- An unidentified Earth (Earth-66 (per opening sequence of Crisis Part 1 Supergirl) where the events of Batman (1966) transpired)
- An unidentified Earth (Earth-76 (per Crisis on Infinite Earths Giant) where the events of the Wonder Woman TV show transpired)
- An unidentified Earth (Earth-89 (per opening sequence of Crisis Part 1 Supergirl) where the events of Batman (Tim Burton) transpired)
- An unidentified Earth (Earth-90 where the events of The Flash (1990) transpired)
- An unidentified Earth (Earth-96 where the events of Superman Returns transpired)
- An unidentified Earth (Earth-167 where the events of Smallville transpired)
- An unidentified Earth (Earth-203 where the events of Birds of Prey transpired)
- An unidentified Earth (Earth-666 where the events of Lucifer transpired (TV series follows these events by 5 years))
Since the Vanishing Point wasn't destroyed even after all Earths were destroyed by antimatter (as seen in part 3 of "Crisis", does that make it an extra-dimensional location? I originally thought it existed outside the time-stream within Earth-1's universe, but that doesn't seem to be the case after what happened at the end of "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Three". Sddelano5 (talk) 16:58, December 11, 2019 (UTC)
It exists outside time and space (outside the multiverse) where Mobius can't reach.
In addition to Earth-Prime, these earths are restored Earth-2 (Star Girl series), Earth-9 (Teen Titans series), Earth-12 (Green Lantern series), Earth-19 (Swamp Thing series), Earth-21 (Doom Patrol series), and Earth-96 (Superman/Kingdom Come). -- プレゼンス (Der Presenz)•20px20px20px15px• "Nya"(Talk) 07:13, January 15, 2020 (UTC)
Why hasn't Earth-666 (Lucifer) not been placed on the New Multiverse list? It was confirmed in an interview that Crisis takes place in the 5 years before the events of the Lucifer TV show. ExarKunLives (talk) 15:50, January 16, 2020 (UTC)
Not according to their announcement.
The 1st page of the second story in Crisis on Infinite Earths Giant #1 reveals that there is a Earth-1938 with a silver age Lex Luthor. Probably should be noted in the page. -- BlindmelonKen (talk) 22:02, January 20, 2020 (UTC)BlindmelonKen
Jennifer Pierce's Safe Space
- While I agree it is outside of the normal space & time it’s protection from antimatter is questionable. Jen of E1 & E2 were there but they did not survive. Which makes we wonder why the Jen EBL survived if she did, could be it just protected her memories and the body was still destroyed, then when the multiverse was restored her memories were somehow restored. --Revan's Exile (talk) 12:14, January 21, 2020 (UTC)