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Quote1.png I knew when the moment called, the two of you would step up and be the saviors the world needed. Seeing the two of you, it reminded me of the old days when your dad and I were starting out. Quote2.png
Supergirl (Kara Danvers)

Earth-Prime #6 is an issue of the series Earth-Prime (Volume 1) with a cover date of August, 2022. It was published on June 21, 2022.

Synopsis for "Savior Complex"


Appearing in "Savior Complex"

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Supporting Characters:

  • The Atom (Ryan Choi)
  • Batwing (Luke Fox) (First appearance) (Cameo)
  • Black Canary/Dinah Drake (Earth-Prime) (Cameo)
  • Black Canary/Laurel Lance (Earth-2) (Cameo)
  • Captain Cold (Jax Jackson) (First appearance) (Cameo)
  • Chester P. Runk (First appearance)
  • Green Arrow (Mia Queen)
  • Hawkgirl (Kendra Saunders)
  • Hawkman (Scythian Torvil/"Carter Hall")
  • Heat Wave (Mick Rory) (First appearance as Heat Wave) (Cameo)
  • Justice League (Nora's Future) (First appearance)
    • The Atom (Ray Palmer)
    • Batwoman (Ryan Wilder) (First full appearance)
    • Black Lightning (Jefferson Pierce) (Cameo)
    • Clark Kent (First appearance)
    • The Flash (Barry Allen)
    • The Flash (Jay Garrick) (First appearance as The Flash)
    • Martian Manhunter (J'onn J'onzz) (First full appearance)
    • Supergirl (Kara Danvers) (First full appearance)
    • Kid Flash (Wally West)
    • White Canary (Sara Lance)
  • The Ray (Ray Terrill) (First appearance) (Cameo)
  • The Spectre/Oliver Queen (Earth-Prime) (Revealed to be alive) (Cameo)
  • Steel (Nate Heywood) (First appearance as Steel)

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  • Bloodwork (Ramsey Rosso) (First appearance) (On a TV or computer screen) (Cameo)
  • Magog (David Reid) (Real identity revealed) (Flashback and main story) (Origin)
    • Clayface/Tanner Freyr (Earth-Prime) (Impersonates The Atom (Ryan Choi))
    • Evil Eye (Will Parker)
    • The Necrians (Earth-Prime)
    • The Needle (Nora's Future) (First appearance)
    • Superman/Kal-El (John Henry Irons' Earth) (Apparent Death)
  • Reverse-Flash (Eobard Thawne) (Impersonates Dr. Harrison Wells) (Flashback only) (Cameo)
  • Unnamed robber (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "Phantom Punch"


Appearing in "Phantom Punch"

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Notes

  • Final issue.
  • Savior Complex is a crossover story between The Flash, Batwoman and DC's Legends of Tomorrow; it also tie-ins with the events of Stargirl and Superman & Lois.
  • It is ultimately revealed that Oliver Queen is still alive in the Post-Crisis Multiverse and he is still an avatar of The Spectre.
  • It is also confirmed that the Justice League does exist in Nora's Future.
    • In the previous continuity of Nora's Future, which was erased by Nora's actions,[1] Nora West-Allen's past self had previously mentioned the existence of the League.[2]
    • However, Clark Kent seems to have retired some time in the past. By the ending of the story, he accepts to rejoin the League.
  • The Phantom Punch story takes place minutes after the ending of the Training Day story from the previous chapter.
    • As Tinya Wazzo seems to be an ally of The Flash and a superhero known as Phantom Girl, this story must take place some time after the ending of Season 8 of The Flash.
    • The story confirms Bloodwork escaped his imprisonment as a part of his "larger plan".
      • This storyline will be continued in the Season 9 of The Flash.

Trivia

  • After being defeated by the Justice League, the Superman from John Henry Irons' Earth seems to be erased from existence. This may be a reference to the fact that his Earth was not recreated in the Post-Crisis Multiverse, like all the other realities.[3]
  • As of 2049, Nate Heywood still suits up as Steel and seems to still have his metahuman powers which he lost in DC's Legends of Tomorrow series finale, "Knocked Down, Knocked Up".
  • In the flashback of Magog, Eobard Thawne seems to be still impersonating Harrison Wells in the future.
  • King Shark mentions being fooled by a "killer-whale lady". This is a reference to the DC supervillain, Orca.
  • Future Clark's appearance may be a reference to Earth-Two Superman's from Infinite Crisis.
  • Nora's Future Ryan Wilder's Batwoman outfit is clearly inspired by both Batwoman and Batman Beyond suits.


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