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Ok, so I looked back at that comic. So back in legends of tmrw, Firestorm reverses Black's powers and all the copies in the area disintegrate while a powerless Multiplex is killed when the power plant explodes. Then in Flash, Black said he recently had a near death experience but he then says in the next issue he's not actually sure if he's the original, which is different from in legends of tomorrow when he said each one is a piece of him but hes still aware of the fact that hes the original.
All right cool! I mean theres always someone who knows more about any given superhero, but I can tell ur a Superfan of Batman (kinda like me). Unfortunatly, I dont think the general disscussions community likes Batman a lot. Anyway, PMC is starting his own Graymalkin thing on DC and the first character is Batman, so part of that is what r ur fav storylines w/ that character or fav villains?
I mean I thought that would be the case since the Futures End Flash died and this Flash appears identical to the one in that. This Flash was also seen fighting evil versions of the Tornado Twins when Thawne showed Iris the future right before she killed him
The future flash seen in The Flash (Volume 5) #70 is likey a different version as he and the future he came from were erased from existence, caused by the younger flash in his very early career. Then the future shown with the tornado twins was shown to him years later by Thawne. Overall, I would say year one 'old man flash' was erased from existence, and the tornado twins future was an alternate future. Not sure how this undoes the flash's death in futures end, but oh well.
I will repeat: Cadmus and Pegasus are two DIFFERENT characters. Pegasus is the son of Poseidon and Medusa, and was Perseus' mount. Cadmus is the son of Hermes and served Aphrodite. One has nothing to do with each other except that they are both winged horses.
There are differences between the New 52 and Rebirth versions of some characters. Pegasus (with capital "P") was one of them, but whether human or winged horse he remains the same Pegasus.
Cadmus is another pegasus (with tiny "p").
Pegasi as a name for the species is a modern invention, though - based on the latinization of the original Pḗgasos. There were other winged horses in Greek myths, mostly pulling the chariots of weather gods. The greeks never gave them a name except generic descriptions of winged horses or flying horses - so we don't even know whether all of them actually had wings. Personally, I have no issue renaming Pegasi (Species) to Winged Horses (or Flying Horses) - as Winged Victory is not an actual "pegasus".
Kadmos son of Agēnor was a normal man, not a winged horse, in myth.
The character Cadmus we're talking about (son of Hermes and servant of Aphrodite) is a winged horse that recently appeared in 'Wonder Woman'. It appears on the cover of #63 (vol 5), and first appeared on #58.