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Not to be a real bug, but the Anti-Monitor does have star-filled eyes instead of "blazing red eyes", even though in his introductory image on Crisis On Infinite Earths #5 the "cosmos" in his eyes were yellow with red blazing stars. Just thought that you should know. (Vic George (talk) 10:11, December 3, 2013 (UTC))

From the "Decoding Convergence With Jeff King: The Finale" article[]

"Is it safe to assume that there is an infinite mutliverse again rather than just 52 worlds? And if so, even if the primary worlds are "evolved" into their New 52 counterparts, does that suggest that there's probably another one just like it out there somewhere?" - Russ Burlingame

"Yes, In Convergence #8 we reference Multiversity and show you some of the Post-Convergence worlds that make up the reconstituted DC Multiverse. In many ways, the number of Worlds is now infinite. There may even be more than one Multiverse." - Jeff King The preceding unsigned comment was added by BruceGrubb (talk • contribs).

COIE is not "nullified". It happened, the consequences happened. This simply brought back the Multiverse that existed before it. --Tupka217 16:44, August 19, 2016 (UTC)
Crisis "happened" in the Post-Crisis and post Zero Hour DCUs. Problem is it wasn't on the same scale as what had been showed in Crisis on Infinite Earths.
We don't get anything like snapshots of what Crisis was like post Crisis until Flash Vol 2 #150 (July, 1999)...and it makes your head hurt nearly as bad as Hawkman did. During this Wally tries to take Barry's place and it fails totally each time he tries.
First, he takes down the Anti-monitor (who talks of destroying a universe not the multiverse). The Anti-monitor of course comes back in his energy form and fries everything.
Next time around Wally tries to destroy the Anti-matter cannon but because of differences in how he vibrates that goes wrong and again everything gets fried.
Wally realizes the only way to fix things is to take out Cobalt Blue before he can kill Barry by shoving the two of them into the Speed Force.
So it is not so much Crisis itself being nullified but the multiverse ending effects of it being nullified. Which does bring up the issue of just what the sam hill Zero Hour and 52 (series) were all about in the reformed reality.--BruceGrubb (talk) 17:44, August 19, 2016 (UTC)