Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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Subj: Re: Flash show runner discusses the fate of Barry Allen
Posted: Mon Oct 21, 2019 at 05:08:09 pm EDT (Viewed 688 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Flash show runner discusses the fate of Barry Allen
Posted: Mon Oct 21, 2019 at 03:45:15 pm EDT (Viewed 796 times)



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    I do not think Tom agreed to show up now just to get erased out, as think end result will be the end of Multiverse, all earth will be merged into earth prime...


If the alternate worlds aren't going to be wiped out, that kinda defeats the whole point of the Crisis.

Yes, a few Earths will merge, just like the five that merged in the comics, but the end result will be that only one Superman, Batman etc will ever have existed.

So you'd still have the Jay Garrick Flash, but operating in the 1940's on the single Earth. And while some of the Smallville continuity might survive, it happened to the Tyler Hoechlin Superman, not the Tom Welling one.


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    Weilling will sta in his aternate time line, and really hope the current SG SM gets offed in Crisis, to be replaced by KC Superman!


'Smiler' Welling has had his day in the sun. By the time the Crisis is over, he'll be 43 years old. which is about ten years too old. Best to just polish him off.

And the 'Kingdom' Superman? No thanks. We don't need another dour, angsty, ultra-serious, never had a day's bloody fun in his entire life Superman so soon after the Cavill disaster.

We need a Superman who's inspirational. Who winks, and smiles, and saves kittens from trees. Hoechlin's done a good job of bringing that Superman to life, and long may it continue.


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