The Flash: The Most Important Earths of the Arrow Multiverse Explained

From Screenrant

The idea of a Multiverse is pretty widely accepted in pop culture now, but that hasn’t always been the case. DC first helped to craft the idea of a shared universe when they debuted the Justice Society of America in 1940. The team and comic took a number of previously standalone heroes and joined them together in a pioneering move. From there, the idea of mirror worlds was played with from time to time, but it wasn’t until the Silver Age that the concept of the Multiverse was born . . . Continue reading

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