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27th Aug '16 1:16:47 PM AHI-3000
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'''''See also''''' [=WMG/=]WMG/JusticeLeague, [=WMG/=]WMG/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries and [=WMG/=]WMG/LoboWebseries

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'''''See also''''' [=WMG/=]WMG/JusticeLeague, [=WMG/=]WMG/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries and [=WMG/=]WMG/LoboWebseries
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* ''WMG/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''
* ''WMG/BatmanBeyond''
* ''WMG/StaticShock''
* ''WMG/TheZetaProject''
* ''WMG/JusticeLeague''
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5th Apr '16 11:10:22 PM DocStone
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** It could be that the museum curator (and the public at large) doesn't know that more than one person has assumed the Flash identity.
24th Jan '16 7:12:53 PM nombretomado
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The Flash we see in Justice League is Wally West, but the Flash who races Superman in ''SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' has a different, slightly more mature voice, and his identity is never revealed.

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The Flash we see in Justice League is Wally West, but the Flash who races Superman in ''SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' has a different, slightly more mature voice, and his identity is never revealed.
19th Dec '15 5:00:01 PM Morgenthaler
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** Perhaps the noose around his neck is exactly what happened to him, and somehow Crane [[LikeABadassOutOfHell came back.]]

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** Perhaps the noose around his neck is exactly what happened to him, and somehow Crane [[LikeABadassOutOfHell came back.]]
26th Oct '15 5:19:01 PM cwf123
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'''''See also''''' [=WMG/=]WMG/JusticeLeague and [=WMG/=]WMG/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries

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'''''See also''''' [=WMG/=]WMG/JusticeLeague [=WMG/=]WMG/JusticeLeague, [=WMG/=]WMG/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries and [=WMG/=]WMG/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries
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14th Jul '15 11:41:15 AM gary123
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[[WMG: The DC Animated Universe experiences a scientific technological revolution between the events of Batman and the Justice League

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The Wayne-Lex partnership would also explain why the Gotham of the New Batman Adventures, while still architecturally and aesthetically set in the 1930s, has much more of the modern futuristic elements of STAS.]]

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The Wayne-Lex partnership would also explain why the Gotham of the New Batman Adventures, while still architecturally and aesthetically set in the 1930s, has much more of the modern futuristic elements of STAS.]]
14th Jul '15 11:26:37 AM gary123
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The Wayne-Lex partnership would also explain why the Gotham of the New Batman Adventures, while still architecturally and aesthetically set in the 1930s, has much more of the modern futuristic elements of STAS.

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The Wayne-Lex partnership would also explain why the Gotham of the New Batman Adventures, while still architecturally and aesthetically set in the 1930s, has much more of the modern futuristic elements of STAS. ]]
14th Jul '15 11:25:26 AM gary123
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[[WMG: The DC Animated Universe experiences a scientific technological revolution between the events of Batman and the Justice League
* We see a commemoration of the event in the Flash Museum in JLU. Most likely it was just Flhe DCAU is set roughly in a alternate history "modern day" from 1992-2006.

When Batman BTAS premiered in 1992, we see a Gotham that is in many ways set in the 1930s, with tommy guns, zeppelins, black and white TVs, cars etc. But OTOH there is also futuristic sci fi elements such as the Batcomputer, Poison Ivy, robots, superweapons, time travel etc.

The entire technology of the USA is around 60 years behind in most areas, in a dieselpunk hybrid state, where in a few select technologies, they are way ahead of 1992 levels. Meanwhile Gotham is something of a third world slum, within the USA, a den of corruption, inequality, stagnation, poverty.

Meanwhile, Metropolis is something of the Silicon Valley of the DCAU. Lead by the genius of Lex Luthor and the silent longterm partnership with Brainiac. Lex officially announces his partnership with Brainiac in STAS, but it is implied they had been working together longer. Brainiac has totally infiltrated the hardware of Lexcorp. Braniac has a longterm plan to merge with Lex as cyborg entity, as finally reached fruition on JLU.

HARDAC was an evil supercomputer, which was created by Dr. Karl Rossum in BTAS and can be seen as an early influence of Metropolis on Gotham, Rossum could have worked for Lex or Starlabs and attempted to jerryrig his own dieselpunk version of Brainiac.

The role of Lex's genius in advancing human technology centuries into the future, explains why he has Metropolis under his thumb, and is able to get away with everything, and even run for President after being a convicted felon.

The Wayne-Lex partnership would also explain why the Gotham of the New Batman Adventures, while still architecturally and aesthetically set in the 1930s, has much more of the modern futuristic elements of STAS.
27th Jun '15 6:19:17 PM cillianflood
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*We see a commemoration of the event in the Flash Museum in JLU. Most likely it was just Flash trying to make himself seem calm and in control when meeting the most famous super powered individual in the world.
24th Jun '15 1:41:17 AM Omeganian
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[[WMG: The ScizoTech of BatmantheAnimated series is because [[ReedRichardsisUseless Lex Luthor is not useless]].]]

The varied tech level is because of the existence of Star Labs, Lex Luther, Bruce Wayne, and other super geniuses bumping up the DCAU's tech development. It looks like it is the 1940-50's because it actually IS the 1940-50's. Advanced robotics, computers, lasers, all discovered and rapidly changing the world. We do know that the tech level by Justice League has far surpassed ours, because the pilot had NASA landing on the Mars. The ScizoTech of it all is just from some fields advancing faster than others, and taking awhile for it be sold to the public at large. Gotham was also significantly poorer than Metropolis, so the advancement hadn't reached it as fast.

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[[WMG: The ScizoTech SchizoTech of BatmantheAnimated series WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries is because [[ReedRichardsisUseless Lex Luthor is not useless]].]]

The varied tech level is because of the existence of Star Labs, Lex Luther, Bruce Wayne, and other super geniuses bumping up the DCAU's tech development. It looks like it is the 1940-50's because it actually IS the 1940-50's. Advanced robotics, computers, lasers, all discovered and rapidly changing the world. We do know that the tech level by Justice League has far surpassed ours, because the pilot had NASA landing on the Mars. The ScizoTech SchizoTech of it all is just from some fields advancing faster than others, and taking awhile for it be sold to the public at large. Gotham was also significantly poorer than Metropolis, so the advancement hadn't reached it as fast.
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