Can you imagine the Golden Age Flash running alongside Grant Gustin's Flash? Well, you may want to start trying, because it may be a reality in the near future.
During an interview, Gustin revealed that there are numerous timelines, which may be explored on The Flash. Gustin says:
“What's fun about this show is that there's going to be multiple timelines as we move forward," Gustin said. "I think we're going to start showing Earth-One and Earth-Two in the near future. There will be kind of different dimensions going on."
For those uninitiated with DC Comics lore, the multiverse is essentially what is sounds like - a lot of universes. In one universe, Bruce Wayne's parents were killed, which lead Bruce to become Batman. In an other universe, it may have been Bruce that died, leading Bruce's dad to become Batman, and Bruce's mom to become The Joker. Yeah...pretty twisted stuff.
Gustin made mention of Earth-Two, which is home to the golden age heroes, like the original Flash, Jay Garrick. The idea of Garrick appearing isn't too far fetched, since there has already been a nod to the character in the trailer for DC's Legends of Tomorrow. A behind the scenes image floating on the internet confirm that it is in fact Jay Garrick's helmet lying next to the time sphere.
Should The Flash choose to explore the multiverse in future seasons, then it stands to reason that one of those universe can be the DC Cinematic Universe. It seems we now have our entry to combine these universes together, should the time come for our heroes of the small screen, to join forces with the heroes of the big screen.
Do you want The Flash to explore the multiverse? Or should they just stick with one universe for now? Would you want to see the TV universe combine with the movie universe? Let us know in the comments below!
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