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Arrowverse is a fan-originated term which refers to the television franchise created by The CW that is based on characters that appear in publications by DC Comics. The shared multiverse started with Arrow in 2012 and, later, retroactively included NBC's Constantine and CBS' 1990 The Flash series. It was eventually expanded to include worlds which were home to not only the DCEU movies and related modern film franchises but virtually every licensed live-action adaptation of DC intellectual property when Arrow and its spin-offs staged a 5-hour televised adaptation of the Crisis on Infinite Earths storyline.


Early History

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Mar Novu at the Dawn of Time

The Maltusian scientists, Mar Novu and his wife Xneen, sought to see the creation of their universe so they experimented on time travel, building a time machine which Mar Novu used to go back at the Dawn of Time. There, he was overwhelmed by the radiations of the Temporal Zone and obtained cosmic powers which made him the Monitor; then, he fell through the space itself to the Antimatter Universe where it was somehow born his negative doppleganger, Mobius, later called the Anti-Monitor.

The Anti-Monitor was sealed by his positive counterpart into his home dimension but he swore to Novu to take his revenge against him and the Multiverse itself: the seal separated the positive realms from the doorstep of Mobius' prison whose door was placed on Earth-1 in what would become Central City in modern days. It was also prophetised that he eventually would free himself and destroy the Multiverse which could only be saved by seven righteous individuals, collectively known as the Paragons.

In ancient times, free will was spread on Earth-1 as the Greek Goddess, Clotho, destroyed the Loom of Fate and its pieces were scattered across many realities in the Multiverse. During the age of Gods and heroes, supernatural creatures also lived on the earthly realms, along with the Divine beings.

Due to his evil actions, the time demon, Mallus, was banished into another plane of existence by the Totems of Zambesi users; along with him, a great number of creatures, including Clotho and the Fairy Goodmother, were sealed into this dimension.

At some point in time, there was an incursion on Earth-19 by an unknown universe that led to the creation of the Collector Agency which had to ensure the respect of a ban on interdimensional travel on this reality; in fact, those who disrespect it are punished by the Collectors with the death penalty.[3]

During his career as a superhero, the Crimson Comet, Jay Garrick aka Flash of Earth-3, explored many realities in the Multiverse, collecting informations about his discoveries.[4]

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The Singularity

In 2015, an immense worm hole originated on Earth-1, causing the creation of space portals between Earth-1 and Earth-2. The evil speedster Zoom took advantage of the situation to satisfy his hunger for speed by challenging Barry Allen aka The Flash after having already defeated Jay Garrick on Earth-3.

Almost one year later, Zoom tried to destroy all the realities in the Multiverse through the use of the Magnetar, a complex machine which had to be powered by Speed Force energy: he challenged Barry Allen one last time to determine who was faster between them while gathering enough energy to start his doomsday device. During their run, Barry Allen was able to create a time remnant that stopped the Magnetar at the cost of his life while Barry's real self managed to defeat the evil speedster who was dragged into the Speed Force to become its enforcer, the Black Flash.[5]

Crisis on Earth-X

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Earth-X Nazis' attack Barry Allen and Iris West's wedding

In 2017, the Nazis of Earth-X, a cruel universe where the German Party won World War II and conquered the Earth, targeted Supergirl and the heroes of Earth-1, assembling a giant army to invade their universes.

They managed to track them to the wedding of Barry Allen and Iris West which was crashed by a plotoon of Nazis which confronted the heroes that were present at the church. The Nazi troupes were ultimately defeated and forced to retreat, losing one of their commanders, Tommy Merlyn aka Prometheus.

The main army was led by a new Führer, Oliver Queen, also known as Dark Arrow, and they were also helped by a displaced Earth-1 Reverse Flash: their main goal was to use a light accelerator, the Prism, to artificially create red sunlight that would help them transplant Supergirl's heart to her Earth-X counterpart, Overgirl, who also was Oliver's wife, as she was dying from sunlight overloading.[6].

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The Freedom Fighters

Some of Earth-1's heroes were abducted to Earth-X so Oliver Queen and others had to travel to the obscure reality where they found help in the Freedom Fighters, a resistance team which was led by Captain Winn Schott and the Ray from Earth-1.[7] After joining their forces, they saved the abducted group and discovered Earth-Xers' doomsday device, the Wellenreiter, a militarized timeship that was to be deployed on Earth-1.[8]

When the Nazi finally attacked Central City on Earth-1, all the heroes fought against the Nazi enemies and defeated them: Overgirl ultimately died from her disease and Dark Arrow was killed by Earth-1 Oliver Queen; after they lost their leader and the Wellenreiter was destroyed by Harry Wells, the Nazis were forced to concede defeat and retreat to their universe.[9].


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Monitor destroying Earth-90

At some point in 21th century, the Monitor began his journey through the Multiverse in search for potential heroes that could help him prevent an incoming Crisis. He tested some universes, entrusting some of their residents with the Book of Destiny; then, he arrived on Earth-90 which failed to prove itself worthy to be saved so it was destroyed as the Flash became its only survivor and escaped into another universe.[10].

In December 2018, he came to Earth-1 where he passed the Book of Destiny to John Deegan in order to challenge the heroes of this world. The scientist used the Book of Destiny to create a new reality in which the identities of the Green Arrow and The Flash were swapped so the two heroes found themselves in each other's bodies.[11]

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Superman teamed up with his cousin and the heroes of Earth-1 to fight Amazo

Thanks to Iris West, the two heroes were able to reach Earth-38 where they asked the help of Supergirl and his cousin, Superman. After returning to altered reality, the Earth-1 heroes were forced to face the threat of the android A.M.A.Z.O. who could replicate any power he scanned: as the heroes banded together and combined their different abilities, they were able to destroy the evil robot.[11]

Later, thanks to Vibe, the heroes tracked Deegan to Gotham City where they retrieved the Book but they had to stop a riot in Arkham Asylum with the help of the vigilante Batwoman. In the meantime, the Flash of Earth-90 also came to Earth-1 and warned them about the Monitor's intentions. The heroes confronted the Cosmic God which got his Book back and ordered Deegan to "think bigger", altering the reality for the second time and causing the Flash of Earth-1 and Green Arrow to become the infamous Trigger Twins.[12]

Inspired by Clark Kent, Deegan turned himself a black-suited doppleganger of Superman and imprisoned Supergirl in the S.T.A.R. Labs's pipeline. However, the Trigger Twins convinced the alternate Cisco to take them to Earth-38 where they told Superman about Deegan's menace; at the same time, on the Elseworlds, the alternate Alex Danvers freed Supergirl and, while Deegan was facing Superman, the heroes used the Book of Destiny to restore Flash, Green Arrow and Supergirl's identities.[13]

Then, Superman/Deegan retrieved once again the Book of Destiny and planned to change the unvierse again: the Flash and Supergirl tried to slow him down by running at super-speed around the Earth. As the two were nearly torn apart, Oliver Queen made a deal with the Monitor to save them in exchange for being his enforcer in the incoming Crisis.[13]

Deegan and his army, including a resurrected A.M.A.Z.O., were defeated by the group of superheroes and the scientist became an husk after his connection with the Book of Destiny was interrupted as it was hit by a Monitor-powered arrow of Oliver Queen. The reality was restored to his original form and Deegan was imprisoned in Arkham Asylum where he befriended an inmate, Roger Hayden who warned him that "worlds will live, worlds will die, and the universe will never be the same".[13]

The Crisis

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Earth-2 is destroyed by Antimatter

In May 2019, after the defeat of the Ninth Circle, the Monitor called Oliver Queen to his duties, sending him into various missions in order to prepare him for the future Crisis. Not long after Oliver's recruiting, Lyla Michaels also became Monitor's enforcer as the super-powered Harbinger.

Meanwhile, after finding the Flash of Earth-90 in the Antimatter Universe, the Anti-Monitor, who in the course of millennia had planned to destroy every Earth in the Multiverse with the antimatter, forced the speedster to run in order to power up its antimatter cannon that obliterated Earth-2 as a test.[14]

Before the annihilation of Earth-2, Jinn Pierce's subconscious used her abilities to upload her mind to an alternate plane of existence in order to save itself from death.[15]

After traveling to Earth-3, Barry Allen managed to project his mind into the future with the help of Jay Garrick and his wife, Joan Williams, seeing the outcome of the incoming Crisis.[4]

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Shadow Demons

On December 10, 2019, in order to prove the Monitor's non-existence, the adventurer Nash Wells found the Nexus' door and freed the Anti-Monitor from his prison: this marked the beginning of the Crisis. Mobius began its destruction, letting his cannon fire an antimatter wave into the Multiverse which began erasing one reality after the other while the Anti-Monitor himself was rampaging through the realities, being heralded by his shadow demons.[16]

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Evacuation of Earth-38

As Earth-38 was about to be destroyed by the wave, the most righteous heroes were gatherered so they could band together to save this reality's residents while the Monitor raised colossal tuning forks which were rapidly assaulted by the Anti-Monitor's dark forces: in the climax of the battle, Oliver Queen bravely died to save more people he could.[17] As the wave erased this world, the heroes retreated back on Earth-1, which was the last reality in the trajectory of the wave, and used the Waverider of Earth-74 as their moving base.[18]

The heroes failed to rescue many realities, including Earth-N52, Earth-F and Earth-76, while Nash Wells, now reborn as Pariah, was forced to watch the reality he previously doomed dying. As the Anti-Monitor unleashed Nash Wells' antimatter counterpart, Outkast, the heroes fought him on Earth-D and brought him on the Waverider after defeating him. However, Outkast tried to detonate himself but the heroes managed to save themselves.[17]

Meanwhile, the Book of Destiny revealed to the Monitor about the existence of the Paragons who could save the Multiverse from annihilation. Thanks to the help of the Green Lantern Corps and the Guardian Ganthet of Earth-12 that let Felicity Smoak read the Book of Oa, Sara Lance and Kara Zor-El were discovered to be Paragons.[16]

Meanwhile, the Council of Luthors battled the Council of Supermen on Earth-99 but was ultimately defeated by the Supermen of the Multiverse after a tough battle. Lex Luthor of Earth-38 was inspired by this all-out war so he escaped his imprisonment on the Waverider and stole the Book of Destiny to kill the remaining Supermen, including the Superman of Earth-75, through the Multiverse: he was stopped by the joined forces of his archenemy Kal-El and the Superman of Earth-96 who was discovered to be the Paragon of Truth.[16]

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Constantine, Diggle and Mia meets Lucifer on Earth-666

John Constantine, Mia Smoak and Sara Lance resurrected Oliver Queen in a Lazarus Pit on Earth-18 but they discovered that he lacked his soul;[18] later, Constantine and Mia, along with John Diggle, came to Earth-666 to meet the Devil himself, Lucifer Morningstar, who gifted them a special card to enter the Purgatory where they retrieved Oliver's soul but they also found the Avatar of the Spectre, Jim Corrigan that convinced the Emerald Archer to prepare himself to become the Entity's new host.[19]

After Ray Palmer built a Paragon detector, Batwoman was discovered to be the Paragon of Courage who she had previously searched for on Earth-99; later, Barry Allen, Martian Manhunter and the Earth-1 professor Ryan Choi were identified as the remaining Paragons.

As the antimatter was approaching to her universe, Jennifer Pierce was also brought to her safe place where she found Jinn Pierce and their Earth-1 doppelganger, Gen Pierce. However, after Jennifer's doppelgangers finished telling her their stories, reality caught up with them and they were both erased from existence.[15]

Meanwhile, Vibe's powers were restored by the Monitor so the heroes to manage to enter the Nexus' chamber and stop Barry Allen of Earth-90 from powering the antimatter cannon. The machine went critical,[19] forcing Pariah to rescue Black Lightning' from the destruction of his world[15] as his powers were needed to contain the energy of the cannon while, in order to ultimately destroy it, Earth-1 Barry Allen decided to sacrifice himself as it was always prophesized to him since he had first become the Scarlet Speedster.[19]

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Earth-90 Barry sacrifices himself

Before he could jump on the machine, the older Flash tricked Barry into taking his place, reminding him that the prophecy never said which Flash had to die: as he remembered one of the first meeting with his beloved wife,[20], Barry vanished in thin air after one last run and fulfilled his lifetime as a hero by saving the rest of the Multiverse.[19]

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Barry meets the Flash

Believing to have finally stopped the end of everything, the heroes were shocked by a brainwashed Harbinger who killed the Monitor and allowed the Anti-Monitor to resume the destruction of the Multiverse which was annihilated along with the few survivors on the Waverider.[19]

However, the Paragons were hidden by Pariah at the last minute in Vanishing Point, a place out of space and time, to survive the total annihilation. There, they discovered that Lex Luthor had previously replaced Earth-96 Superman as the Paragon of Truth thanks to the Book of Destiny's reality-altering power.[19]

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Battle at the Dawn of Time

After spending a month out of time, the newly-born Spectre, Oliver Queen, reached the Paragons in Vanishing Point. Despite Oliver's warnings, The Flash convinced him to power him up enough to run into the slowly dying Speed Force where he met another version of himself that made him realize that the Multiverse could be brought back to existence; at the same time, Supergirl and other Paragons were sent back in time to stop Mar Novu from ever creating the Anti-Monitor but, while managing to stop him from going back at the Dawn of Time, the superheroes discovered that Mobius was always meant to come into existence. The Paragons reunited with the Spectre at the Dawn of Time where Good and Evil faced each other in an epic battle.[21]

As Barry and Sara stood by Oliver's side as, after winning his clash with Mobius, he ultimately died from his wounds, the Paragons gathered his Spectre's energy and used it, along with their own energies and the remains of the Book of Destiny, to recreate reality itself.[21]

Rebirth of the Multiverse

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Earth-Prime is born

A new Big Bang was caused by the combination of Oliver Queen/Spectre and the Paragons' energies: the original singularity divided itself once again and recreated the infinite realities. Every reality was restored to the existence so all the residents in the Multiverse were brought back to life.

Earth-1 did not seperately exist anymore as it was merged into a new universe, Earth-Prime, along with Earth-38 and Black Lightning's world: their histories were amalgamated as if all their residents had always lived together in a single world.

Waking up in a new universe, the Paragons discovered the merge of their realities and, after discovering the Anti-Monitor's survival, they banded together with the other Earth's heroes one last time to finally defeat him and his demons. Upon realizing that Mobius was too strong even for their combined powers, Earth-Prime's heroes used Ray Palmer and Ryan Choi's knowledge to banish the Dark God, who had become a giant version of himself, into the Microverse.[22]

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The new Earth-2

In the new Multiverse, some realities were recreated with some differences from the original ones, like Earth-2, while others were totally anew, like the Earth-Prime which replaced Earth-1 as the new center of the Multiverse. However, after the Crisis, these universes are not separated anymore by vibrational frequencies so it is currently impossible to move from a reality (at least from Earth-Prime) to another one which led the Earth-Prime heroes to believe that the Multiverse was gone.

At some point in time in the new Multiverse, the Flash of the reborn Earth-2 banished the time-traveling supervillain Per Degaton to an alternate timeline.[23]

During the Crisis, various residents of the Pre-Crisis realities managed to save themselves from the annihilation by felling through the space itself to the newly-born Earth-Prime;[24][25] later, it was also revealed that two or more counterparts cannot exist on the same Earth (at least on Earth-Prime) for a large amount of time without dying.[26] For unknown reasons, the minds of all the Harrison Wells' dopplegangers of the Pre-Crisis Multiverse, including the Eobard Thawne's, were merged into Nash Wells'.[27]

As a consequence of being corrupted by the Spectre's mystical energy during the Crisis, the Speed Force was fatally destabilized and ultimately destroyed, causing every speedster to gradually run out of power.[28] Eventually, Team Flash built a machine to artifically engineer Speed Force energy, like Thawne did with the Negative Speed Force, powering it up with the Multiversal energies of the Harrison Wells inside of Nash Wells, who sacrificed himself to create the Artificial Speed Force[29]: he was corrupted by the energies of the new force and forced to shut down the extra-dimensional field.[30]

Because of Nash Wells' sacrifice, the Multiverse tried to balance itself for the loss of the various dopplegangers by restoring the Earth-Prime counterpart of Wells as a Multiversal pure-energy being who could travel trough time itself.[30][31] Some time in early 21st Century, refuges from Earth-29 escaped from their dying world to another reality. A few decades later, the villainous Brutus sent an interdimensional Bounty-Hunter to search for one of these refuges.[32]

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The new Forces of Nature

Barry eventually used Iris West's last remnants of the Speed Force to power up the machine once again in order to reboot the original Speed Force. However, along with it, they created new elemental Forces, including the Sage Force, the Still Force and the Strength Force whose conduits began fighting against each other for their own survival.[31] After trying to undo their creation by time traveling in the past,[33] the Flash, along with Iris West-Allen, managed to convince the Speed Force to stop the all-out war between the Forces which began coexisting together.[34]

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Bloodwork Crisis

A New World

The New Flashpoint

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A Multiversal crisis

 Main article: DC Extended Universe: Flashpoint

When Post-Crisis Flash ran back in time to save his mother, the entire timeline was altered, creating a new world with elements from Earth-89. In this timeline, metahumans don't exist and Supergirl survived the death of Krypton instead of her cousin Kal-El. Eventually, this reality was erased after Barry ran again back in time and prevented his past self from saving his mother.[35]

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Structure of the Multiverse

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The Multiverse

The Multiverse has both similarities and differences with the ones from the comics and it is composed by infinite universes, with at least 1938 known realities in the original multiverse, and 4125 in the new multiverse.[36] In the beginning, there was only a single, black singularity; then, it broke so the Big Bang created the Multiverse, every existence multiplied by possibility[17] with Earth-1 as its original center.

Every reality in the multiverse vibrate at its own frequency that separates one world from the other and they also feature counterparts to other worlds' characters, like Jay Garrick of Earth-3 and Barry Allen of Earth-90. People with special abilities are also known as metahumans: in particular, they exist the so-called vibers who are directly linked to the energies of the Multiverse so they have the power to move into other planes of existence and realities, like Cisco Ramon/Vibe or the Collector Agency's members of Earth-19.

The concept of time of this Multiverse is embodied by the so-called Temporal Zone, the vortex of time itself where all the events from across the ages and realities exist at the same time. It is commonly used by non-speedsters to move through time and it was supposed to be preserved by the Time Masters who, however, began controlling it from the Vanishing Point, outside of time and space, until their defeat.[37]

The Speed Force is another extra-dimensional source of power that gifts to whoever taps into its energy the ability to move at superhuman speed; it is connected to both the Multiverse and the Timestream as it allows the speedsters to move through the infinite realities and to travel back and forward in time. Eventually, in a possible future, the scientist, Eobard Thawne, was able to replicate the Speed Force in order to create his own artificial source of energy, the Negative Speed Force, which made him able to travel through time without any rules which caused him to be immune to reality-altering events and permanent death.

At some point in time, they were created two metaphysical books, the Book of Destiny and the Book of Oa. The Book of Destiny has the ability to manipulate the Multiverse's energy to alter the reality itself, rewriting events or, even, entire universes; the Book of Oa, which is stored on Earth-12, contains all the knowledge in the Multiverse from all the events that were, are and will be in the future.

They also exist other higher beings, like the Spectre or the Phantom Stranger, who are in tune with the Multiverse and observe events from across the realities.

The Multiverse also includes various extradimensional planes and spiritual realms, most of which are common to multiple realities, and pocket universes inside the main realities:

In the scope of a larger Multiverse, they also exist an infinite number of alternate timelines and possible futures. Theoretically, everyone's choices lead to the creation of parallel worlds where things could be different.[120]. Alternate timelines can also be born as a result of alteration of certain events by using time travel or reality-warping powers, like Mister Mxyzptlk's, or objects such as the Spear of Destiny or the Loom of Fate. Time is not strictly fixed so there could also be infinite possible futures which not necessarily could ever come to exist.


The Barryverse, which is named after the author Barry Lyga,[152] is the setting of the The Flash and Supergirl novels, beginning with The Flash: Hocus Pocus. It is a "local" Multiverse within the larger Multiverse[153] that was born because Flashpoint never occurred.

In this "local" Multiverse, in fact, Iris West managed to prevent Barry Allen from running back in time and creating the Flashpoint Timeline. However, this event caused the birth of a separate reality, where many events from the TV series never occurred or were totally different.[154] It was later revealed that the realities around Earth-1A were also affected by Barry's actions[153] that had caused to the creation of divergent versions of the Pre-Crisis Multiverse realities.[155]

After meeting the alternate Cisco thanks to his powers, the main Cisco Ramon began referring to the alternate universe as "Earth-1A to avoid confusion between the two universes. Out-of-universe, the author Barry Lyga has also referred to every alternate reality in the Barryverse with "-A" suffix in their names.

Like the main Multiverse, this Multiverse has faced its own Crisis that led to the birth of a single continuity. The events of this Crisis take place at the same time of the Anti-Monitor's Crisis in the main Multiverse.[153]


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  • Krypton and Gotham (and its prequel Pennyworth) are meant to be part of the Arrowverse Multiverse.[82] However, for some reason, they were not included in the Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover.
  • Although it was not shown being part of the Arrowverse Multiverse, the TV show Powerless was stated to be set on Earth-P.[69]
    • However, Van Wayne Industries was shown to exist on Earth-Prime in the Post-Crisis Multiverse.[70]
      • The cameo was an idea of DC's VP of Creative Affair and Creative Services, Dan Evans and was meant to suggest that some of Powerless' continuity was now part of Earth-Prime.[161]

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  92. DC Pride #1
  93. Supergirl (TV Series) Episode: Dream Weaver
  94. Titans: "E.L. .O."
  95. Titans: "Inside Man"
  96. Supergirl: "Mr. & Mrs. Mxyzptlk"
  97. Supergirl: "Phantom Menaces"
  98. Supergirl: "It's a Super Life"
  99. Titans: "Souls"
  100. Lucifer: "Pilot"
  101. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "Terms of Service"
  102. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "The Bullet Blondes"
  103. Supergirl: "In Search of Lost Time"
  104. The Flash: "A Girl Named Sue"
  105. The Flash: "All's Wells That Ends Wells"
  106. Supergirl: "The Wrath of Rama Khan"
  107. Supergirl: "Rebirth"
  108. Supergirl: "A Few Good Women"
  109. Naomi: "Shadow Ridge"
  110. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "The Eggplant, the Witch & the Wardrobe"
  111. Supergirl: "Reality Bytes"
  112. Doom Patrol: "Hope Patrol"
  113. Stargirl: "Summer School: Chapter Eleven"
  114. Doom Patrol: "Casey Patrol"
  115. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "The Good, the Bad and the Cuddly"
  116. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "The Fixed Point"
  117. Doom Patrol: "Vacay Patrol"
  118. Doom Patrol: "Dead Patrol"
  119. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "Fellowship of the Spear"
  120. The Flash: "Untouchable"
  121. The Flash: "Abra Kadabra"
  122. 122.0 122.1 The Flash: "Central City Strong"
  123. The Flash: "Armageddon, Part 4"
  124. The Flash: "Armageddon, Part 1"
  125. 125.0 125.1 The Flash: "Armageddon, Part 5"
  126. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "The Satanist's Apprentice"
  127. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "I, Ava"
  128. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "Deus Ex Latrina"
  129. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "Ground Control to Sara Lance"
  130. Doom Patrol: "Doom Patrol"
  131. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "Doomworld"
  132. The Flash: "The Reverse-Flash Returns"
  133. The Flash: "Flashpoint"
  134. Stargirl: "Frenemies - Chapter Thirteen: The Reckoning"
  135. https://www.gamesradar.com/zack-snyder-explains-the-knightmare-timeline-in-justice-league/#:~:text=The%20Knightmare%20timeline%20is%20a,wake%20of%20Lois%20Lane's%20death.
  136. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
  137. Supergirl: "Legion of Superheroes"
  138. Supergirl: "Back From the Future - Part Two"
  139. Supergirl: "I Believe in a thing Called Love"
  140. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "The One Where We're Trapped On TV"
  141. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "Swan Thong"
  142. The Flash: "Nora"
  143. The Flash: "Godspeed"
  144. The Flash: "We Are the Flash"
  145. The Flash: "Impulsive Excessive Disorder"
  146. The Flash: "The Once and Future Flash"
  147. Arrow: "Starling City"
  148. Earth-Prime #6
  149. Arrow: "Green Arrow & The Canaries"
  150. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "Zari"
  151. DC's Legends of Tomorrow: "Miss Me, Kiss Me, Love Me"
  152. https://mobile.twitter.com/barrylyga/status/1377230831106805762
  153. 153.0 153.1 153.2 153.3 153.4 The Flash: The Legends of Forever
  154. 154.0 154.1 154.2 The Flash: Hocus Pocus
  155. https://mobile.twitter.com/barrylyga/status/1384932729075163143
  156. 156.0 156.1 156.2 156.3 156.4 The Flash: Johnny Quick
  157. https://mobile.twitter.com/barrylyga/status/1400140582748672001
  158. The Flash: Green Arrow's Perfect Shot
  159. Naomi Confirmation
  160. https://twitter.com/thecameroncuffe/status/1217295665803321345
  161. https://www.cbr.com/arrow-series-final-crisis-easter-egg-powerless/