Earth-19 is one of the many realities in the Multiverse. It is the home of H.R. Wells and the Collector Agency, an interdimensional police organization.

History

Pre Crisis

At some point in time, a neighbour universe of Earth-19 started an invasion of this reality but it was repelled by this universe's forces. As a consequence of this war, it was created the Collector Agency, led by Breacher, and interdimensional travel on this reality was outlawed under penalty of death.[1]

The Harrison Wells of Earth-19, H.R. Wells, became part of the S.T.A.R. Labs team, helping The Flash of this reality in defeating the villains. Some time later, a great conflicted erupted, dubbed World War M, which was a final showdown between the team and this reality's metahumans that were finally defeated.

In the course of years, several individuals became part of the Collector Agency such as the speedster Accelerated Man and Breacher's daughter herself, Cynthia aka Gypsy.

According to Breacher, Earth-19 was severely damaged by Plastoids who seems to be this reality's equivalents of Earth-1 Ralph Dibny.[2]

In 2014, the infamous techno-wizard Abra Kadabra from an Earth-1 possible future was stuck in the past and started a quest to return to his time that led him to travel into the Multiverse. Arriving on Earth-19, he killed several Collectors like Gypsy's partner but managed to flee into another universe.[3]

In 2016, Randolf Morgan cracked an invitation from Harry Wells of Earth-2 to find an Harrison Wells's doppleganger that would come to Earth-1 to be part of its Team Flash. H.R. Wells wanted to explore the Multiverse so he left his home universe for Earth-1.[4]

Later that year, Abra Kadabra resurfaced on Earth-1 but was defeated by Team Flash that led Gypsy take him back to Earth-19 where he was sentenced to death.[3]

Earth-19 was depicted on a map of the Multiverse, shown to Barry Allen by Jay Garrick, with the mention of the Breacher Agency.[5]

In 2019, Gypsy was killed by the villain Echo, his ex-boyfriend Cisco's doppleganger. Unknowning that he lost his powers, the Collectors believed that Cisco was the murderder so Breacher came to Earth-1 to capture him; the Earth-1's hero managed to escape and, later, he found the real culprit and arrested him, honoring the memory of his dead ex-girlfriend.[6].

When the Crisis erupted, this reality was destroyed when an anti-matter wave was unleashed upon it by the Anti-Monitor[7]. After the Paragons rebooted the multiverse, Earth-19 was restored along with the other Earths of the multiverse.[8]

Post Crisis

After the rebirth of the Multiverse, the Earth of this reality saw the rise of Alec Holland who, in death, became the avatar of the Green, Swamp Thing.[8]

Residents

Pre Crisis


Post Crisis

Notes

  • After Crisis on Infinite Earths, it is also shown to be home to the show Swamp Thing.
    • The design of Earth-19 as this show's universe is a reference to its release year 2019.

Trivia

  • It is unknown if the Flash of this universe and Accelerated Man are the same person.
    • However, H.R. Wells seems to refer to this Flash as a Barry Allen's doppleganger that Accelerated Man is clearly not.
  • As mentioned by H.R. Wells, there are sentient gorillas on this Earth.[10]
  • After the rebirth of the Multiverse, an unknown man known as the Stranger is active on this Earth; it's obviously a reference to the Phantom Stranger.
    • As the Phantom Stranger is a multiversal force, it could be possible that the Stranger of Earth-19 and the one of Earth-12 are the same person with different aspects.
  • H.R. Wells mentions that the director Hitchcock directed a film on his Earth called Murder on the Titanic, while the film Gladiator was more or less the same, albeit with the title Sweaty Men.
  • He also mentions that Alfred Yankovic was a renowned poet on his Earth instead of being a musician known best for his parodies of a multitude of popular songs and popular culture.
  • Coffee doesn't exist anymore as it was wiped out by blight in the past.[4]


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