[[WMG: The "New 52" continuity is actually a trap that may doom the DCU to facing another multiversal crisis.]]
* Look at the facts:
** For one, the merging of mainstream DC, Wildstorm and Vertigo was at the behest of a person named [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Pandora]], as in a Box. That's the first clue that nothing good is going to come of this in-universe.
** In addition, Pandora is seemingly a shade of [[RedSkiesCrossover Red Skies Red]].
** For another, DC has never been this "pre-crisis" since the Crisis itself: the JLA characters and JSA characters are once again (generally) in separate universes, the Kents are dead and Clark is single etc.
** And, most importantly, if DC ever decides to go back to a Pre-Flashpoint style universe again, you KNOW they'd have a big miniseries to do it.
** The may just use hypertime to retcon the whole New 52 continuity out of existence to back the universe back to the pre-flashpoint universe.
** The New52 already had a rocky foundation: it was triggered with [[spoiler:Barry Allen, player of the [[CrisisOnInfiniteEarths first Crisis]] ]] [[TimeCrash screwing up the timelines.]] The way he repaired it was rather paradoxic when you think about it. Add the fact that history in the DCU keeps getting retconned, and I can imagine that the DC Universe is going to suffer a TimeCrash CrisisCrossover as it breaks under the strain of the ContinuitySnarl.
[[WMG: The "New 52" continuity and the Post-Crisis continuity are coexisting.]]
* "Vibrating at different frequncies" maybe. The Batfamily and Green Lantern cast are experiencing and have knowledge of both timelines (which is why they overlap).
** Supporting this theory is the fact that Batman has his father's letter (from Flashpoint) on display in the Batcave.