Earth 38: Supergirl
Might be a nod to the debut of Superman (1938) as mentioned in another answer.
Earth 16: Future Oliver
The debut episode of future Oliver was in Legends of Tomorrow during first season (2016)
Earth-99: Future evil Batman
Might be a nod to DCAU (Batman Beyond premiered in 1999)
Earth-75 Dead Superman
Issue #75 when Doomsday killed ...
Screenrant answered it pretty well:
Earth 89: Tim Burton's Batman Movies
Tim Burton's Batman films are represented in one quick cameo, which confirmed it as Earth-89. Danny Elfman's familiar Batman theme plays as the Bat-Signal burns bright in the red skies over Gotham City. This is observed by a man in a trench-coat and fedora, who mutters "I hope ...
Eobard Thawne, the Reverse Flash, is the archenemy of the Flash. The TV show can never get rid of him entirely for this reason - they need someone who can challenge Barry step for step, and Thawne is pretty much the only real candidate.
Barry fears Thawne for a number of reasons:
Thawne killed his mother.
Thawne has a greater level of experience using ...
I believe the quote you are referencing is:
"Tell us a story," said the March Hare.
"Yes, please do," pled Alice, and so the Dormouse began "Once upon a time, there were 3 little sisters.
That being the case, Alice/Beth is Kate's sister but Mary Hamilton (played by Nicole Kang) is their step-sister being the daughter of Jacob Kane's second wife, ...
You are missing out few, will try to answer in chronology:
From Supergirl S05E08:
Tim Burton's Batman Movies: Alexander Knox (Robert Wuhl) cameo who was the first to report upon The Joker's crimes
Titans: Hawk (Alan Ritchson) and Jason Todd (Curran Walters) cameo
Batman (1966 TV series): Robin (Burt Ward) shouts "Holy Crimson Skies Of Death!"
After Batwoman S01E04 and before S01E05.
From Caroline Dries's tweet
After 104 we are officially caught up to Elseworlds! #batwoman
Later Russ Burlingame continued:
Because the writers wanted to show Kate's origin story, they had to go back to before she was Batwoman, which required some catching-up in the first few episodes. Instead of it being a ...
From Crisis: Episode 2 (Batwoman)
Legends of Tomorrow have retired and Mick Rory is left inhabiting the Waverider
Batman (Kevin Conroy) has retired and can only move thanks to an exoskeleton.
Superman of this Earth is killed by Lex Luthor wielding the Book of Destiny
Superman (Tom Welling) has given up his ...
We know from Season 1 that Cisco can vibe timelines that just got changed. This happened when he remembered a timeline where he was killed by Reverse Flash, timeline that was altered by Barry traveling to the past for the first time. From the arrow wikia,
Cisco questioned Wells, who told him the truth - that his name was Eobard Thawne and he was trapped ...
First thing first there is no Crisis on Infinite Earths S01E01? As it's not a different show but a crossover of five existing Arrowverse showa with some extra additions.
First Crisis on Infinite Earths is not limited to The Flash and Batwoman and if you don't know other shows you might end up getting confused. Also, Crisis on Infinite Earths is 5 episodes (...
That's subjective. Flashpoint is not as bad as it was in comics, but a lot of things were changed especially related to Barry Allen. His friends are not as much help, as they were in pre-flashpoint to deal with metahuman issues. Wally West was not healing and might die.
So was Flashpoint timeline bad enough to be reset?
For Barry Allen yes, that's why he ...
Brad Hunter (Comics - appears in 1 issue)
Lacy Warfield (Donnerverse - Superman IV: The Quest for Peace
Mark Spencer (Comics - appears in 6 issues)
Jeff Hage (Comics - 9 issues)
Jennifer Owens (Comics - 13 issues)
Franklin Stern (Comics - 33 issues)
I am up to date with only Flash and Arrow
You should be fine.
To date only Flash and Arrow have had the Crisis as a plot point, the other shows have not featured any elements of the proposed crossover although characters from other shows are expected to feature in the crossover episodes.
At best, the pre-crossover episodes of other CW /DC shows have only ...
So I want to know how much should I know from Arrowverse before jumping into Batwoman?
At present (Oct 2019), Batwoman has no crossover or involvement with the rest of the Arrowverse that you need to catch up on although watching the original "pilot" which was the "Elseworlds" crossover episodes in December 2018 which introduced that character might be ...
For Russian word for Hood is Капюшо́н (Capuchon) which is not far from Kapiushon, which is also the title of S05E17. Also, Anatoly uses it to refer it to Oliver who is also used to be called hood.
The same episode was titled Kapot first which also means "hood" or "a car hood". Капюшо́н seems like a more accurate word for English word Hood.
Even in S08E05, ...
We now know that she is the daughter of Barry Allen and Iris West-Allen and her name is Nora West-Allen. She is named after her deceased grandmother Nora Allen who was killed by Reverse Flash. She is also a speedster and goes by the alias XS. She has both purple and yellow lightning showing characteristics of both her mother and father. Her name is different ...
How does that private prison in The Flash work?
It works like any other prison except we skip the judge/jury stuff. It is illegal if it is taken to court but unethical? I don't think so.
Barry is such a lawful and moral person; why isn't he concerned when they put people into an estimated 1m² big cell without anything in it?
So should he leave mass ...
Because Brainy is from the 30th century, and knows his history. He presumably knows exactly who Nia is "supposed" to be with in the timeline in order to eventually continue the line of Dreamer all the way along to the Legion of Superheroes in his time.
If he is with Nia, then he potentially derails that bloodline and erases his friend from existence. Or ...
When they show time travel in The Flash, it seems that timing it down to the minute or even hour can be very difficult. They just run and appear in the day they want. Nora especially has been shown to struggle with this.
An example of her inability to control the exact time was in Season 5 Episode 14 in which she got caught in the time loop. She expressed ...
Ok, I'll give this a shot too, but it's also heavily language-specific context.
Like a lot of episodes, the title is a reference to something you have acknowledged. "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" The Witch part is related to Constantine's magical powers and the Wardrobe is likely a reference to the purgatory they find themselves in (like Narnia, ...
I'm not a fan of the show but I am a native Spanish speaker so I will say that "Lucha" means wrestling. There are many famous luchadores from Mexico such as El Santo, Blue Demon and Nacho Libre (kidding but his character was based on a real-life person)
"Apuesta" is a bet, so betting and wrestling are concepts referenced therein
So, back to the episode, ...
Who is Quinten on Supergirl?
Per The CW, Bennett’s character Quentin is a “wide-eyed government attaché who is grateful when Supergirl saves his life. However, when he shows his true colors by attending an anti-alien rally, Supergirl aims to prove to Quentin that not all aliens are bad.” - tvline
He is credited for one episode only and from DC comics ...
The answer to every such question is: "Speed force".
Jokes aside, it seems they wanted Tom to play the role and they did.
"No, we love Matt — he’s fantastic as Reverse-Flash, too." Helbing explained. "But it’s funny, if you plot out the Thawne timeline — I think there’s a version of this online somewhere — it makes more sense, ...
They have never been in the same continuity.
Most people assume that they share the same continuity, and particularly that the Doom Patrol episode of the first season of Titans is a backdoor pilot. That's understandable since the show and the episode have mostly the same cast and, according to the Wikipedia article on the show,
On May 14, 2018, it was ...
Barry Allen traveled two times to the past in order to get help from Eobard Thawne:
Once for having help to defeat Zoom during the season 2.
Once, with Barry's future daughter, Nora West-Allen, for getting help to defeat Cicada in the season 5.
Thanks to these events (which happened at the same time, within the secret room), Eobard understood that it will ...
Most probably because Eobard Thawne killed Harrison Wells too early and took over the identity that Harrison Wells got no chance to bear a child. Also, there is no Harrison Wells in earth 38 mentioned yet or Supergirl in earth 1 etc etc. So it seems every earth don't have the same person's doppelganger.
Unconfirmed but I believe that these are (via Den of Geek):
Stripe Robot (rear)
Luke Wilson will play Courtney's stepfather, crimefighting partner, and former superhero sidekick Pat Dugan, the pilot of the STRIPE robot. Here's the official character description...
“Pat Dugan once went by the less-than-inspired superhero name of Stripesy, ...
The Titans cameo in “Crisis” was just two recycled shots of its actors edited to make it look like the Anti-Monitor’s waves were killing them. The shots were reused from the series’ first episode of Season 2, with a completely different original context. None of the characters in Titans interacted with the Arrowverse’s characters in any ...
After watching the crisis episodes, IMO I guess you have to definitely watch Arrow and maybe Flash and Supergirl.
ARROW: (Important to watch)
The final season deals with the build-up to the crisis event and also throughout the season hints at
It also explains more about the crisis' effects and about the Monitor and so this season of Arrow is important