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2nd May '16 5:17:36 PM CalvinElliott
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[[WMG: This is set in the DCAU.]]

The differences in appearance are generally negligible, with the exception of the Martian Manhunter (who's a shapeshifter anyways). The biggest inconsistency is Hal Jordan as Green Lantern instead of John Stewart, but even that can be fixed. Clearly, John Stewart, who was severely injured and whose ring was destroyed, is still recovering and has yet to get a new ring. Hal Jordan is his temporary replacement while Kyle Rayner is busy with the Corps.
11th Sep '15 4:37:29 PM nombretomado
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Superboy-Prime lives there, after all, and we all know how irritable he can be. Taking into account [[HopeSpot his most recent]] [[BlackestNight misadventure]], it doesn't take a whole lot of imagination to guess what happened. Nekron was defeated and BL-Laurie was destroyed before she could kill him. In a rage, he laid waste to the Earth and set out to do the same to a defenseless universe.

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Superboy-Prime lives there, after all, and we all know how irritable he can be. Taking into account [[HopeSpot his most recent]] [[BlackestNight [[ComicBook/BlackestNight misadventure]], it doesn't take a whole lot of imagination to guess what happened. Nekron was defeated and BL-Laurie was destroyed before she could kill him. In a rage, he laid waste to the Earth and set out to do the same to a defenseless universe.



In comics canon, Owen is the long-lost son of the [[CaptainEthnic blindingly Australian]] George Harkness/Captain Boomerang, and apparently inherited superspeed from his mother's side of the family. Superficially, he's a redhead like Johnny (and Wally). Maybe on this Earth, instead of being adopted by the American Mercers, Owen was raised by his father's family in Australia. Instead of ending his life [[spoiler:[[BlackestNight feeding children to zombies]]]], he helps save the multiverse through RedemptionEqualsDeath.

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In comics canon, Owen is the long-lost son of the [[CaptainEthnic blindingly Australian]] George Harkness/Captain Boomerang, and apparently inherited superspeed from his mother's side of the family. Superficially, he's a redhead like Johnny (and Wally). Maybe on this Earth, instead of being adopted by the American Mercers, Owen was raised by his father's family in Australia. Instead of ending his life [[spoiler:[[BlackestNight [[spoiler:[[ComicBook/BlackestNight feeding children to zombies]]]], he helps save the multiverse through RedemptionEqualsDeath.
7th Jun '15 9:48:19 AM Morgenthaler
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[[WMG:Had the film still been "[[AbsolutelyHappened officially]]" part of DCAU by the time it was completed, a Justice Lords reference would've been inevitable.]]

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[[WMG:Had the film still been "[[AbsolutelyHappened officially]]" "officially" part of DCAU by the time it was completed, a Justice Lords reference would've been inevitable.]]
2nd Feb '15 10:47:38 PM Anicomicgeek
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[[WMG: Earth Prime really is [[TheDCU Earth Prime]].]]

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[[WMG: Earth Prime really is [[TheDCU [[Franchise/TheDCU Earth Prime]].]]




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** Though, as later learned, no such deal actually existed, hence the use of the character since ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold''.



[[WMG: This movie is in the same continuity as BatmanUnderTheRedHood]]

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[[WMG: This movie is in the same continuity as BatmanUnderTheRedHood]]WesternAnimation/BatmanUnderTheRedHood]]
20th Apr '14 4:17:18 AM StarformDCX
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20th Apr '14 4:14:56 AM StarformDCX
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[[WMG: The parallel Earth in this film is the only one in the multiverse where the Crime Syndicate lasted long enough for outside intervention to be necessary to defeat them.]]
I know this doesn't quite match how Owlman says the multiverse works, but it would definitely explain why we don't see dozens of Batmen and Owlmen on Earth Prime. Plus, it would (ironically) add extra meaning to the way the movie ends.
13th Apr '14 5:45:19 PM StarformDCX
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[[WMG: This movie is in the same continuity as BatmanUnderTheRedHood]]
Both films have a slightly older-sounding Batman than normal.
19th Nov '13 5:07:21 AM SeptimusHeap
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It's the AllTheMyriadWays rule.

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It's the AllTheMyriadWays TheMultiverse rule.
22nd Sep '13 5:13:55 PM EMY3K
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** True, but "Jack" is a nickname for John, as is "Johnny".
19th May '13 11:22:54 AM AntMan
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* Good Lex seems to recognize Flash's reference to Star Trek suggesting that the series exists here. Given that its the Mirror Universe, it could be that the Star Trek series here is also about the Mirror Universe we see in the episode Mirror Mirror. Rather than an optimistic tale of the future, Gene Roddenberry decides to explore mankinds dark side. Or its possible that he was influenced by the Syndicate to create a series to show that mankind is no better than the evil supers that rule the world.

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* Good Lex seems to recognize Flash's reference to Star Trek suggesting that the series exists here. Given that its the Mirror Universe, it could be that the Star Trek series here is also about the Mirror Universe we see in the episode Mirror Mirror. Rather than an optimistic tale of the future, Gene Roddenberry decides to explore mankinds dark side. Or its possible that he was influenced by the Syndicate to create a series to show that mankind is no better than the evil supers that rule the world.
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** That would be [[CrowningMomentOfFunny hilarious!]]
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