The final episode of the Arrowverse crossover voter event Crisis on Infinite Earths confirmed that Doom Patrol and Titans are set on their own individual Earths. While this was logically apparent after the first temper of Doom Patrol, the series had originally started out as a Titans by-product and it was assumed early on that both shows were set in the like world .
The Arrowverse Crisis on Infinite Earths ended in much the same way as the comedian ledger mini-series that inspired it, with the realities of all of the superhero shows on The CW unify together into a single shared reality dubbed Earth-Prime. The event diverged from the comics, however, in that a new multiverse was formed with Earth-Prime at its center. This multiverse was made up of the many other television receiver series based on DC Comics ‘ properties, including all the live-action shows on the DC Universe streaming servicing .
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A collage profiled several of the existing Earths, designating Earth-21 as the place setting of Doom Patrol. The like collage affirmed that the universe of Titans was inactive Earth-9, as it had been ahead Crisis on Infinite Earths began. This was the first base official ratification that both shows did not share a population, which was curious as Doom Patrol primitively started out as a Titans by-product .
The team first appeared in Titans, season 1, episode 4, “ Doom Patrol, ” when Garfield “ Beast Boy ” Logan took his new friend Rachel “ Raven ” Roth spinal column to his house. He introduced Raven to his housemates, Cliff, Rita and Larry ( i.e. Robotman, Elasti-Girl and Negative Man ) american samoa well as Dr. Niles Caulder, the scientist who had saved Garfield ‘s life with an experimental procedure. Dr. Caulder attempted to analyze Rachel ‘s powers ; an action which ended with him being confined to a wheelchair again, after having just obviously recently regained his ability to walk. The episode ended with Garfield leaving his home and his foster class behind to travel with Rachel and her friends, Dick and Kory .
Given that April Bowlby, Brendan Fraser, and Matt Bomer recreated their roles in the Titans episode for Doom Patrol, it was assumed that both shows were set in the same continuity despite the function of Dr. Niles Caulder being recast with Timothy Dalton for the Doom Patrol serial. indeed, the Doom Patrol were originally meant to make an appearance during Titans ‘ season 1 stopping point. Yet there were a act of continuity problems between the first episode of Doom Patrol and their appearance in Titans, with the chief one being that there was apparently no seat for Beast Boy to have been living among the early residents of Doom Manor in Doom Patrol ‘s timeline .
By establishing Titans and Doom Patrol as being set on separate Earths, the Arrowverse Crisis on Infinite Earths has last eliminated the confusion regarding the connection between the two shows. It can be safely said at this point that the shows were meant to be established as region of a shared reality but all the evidence of that was removed in post-production. As it stands immediately, the production teams of both shows are free to proceed with developing themselves as they see meet under the shared umbrella of the new Arrowverse .
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Matt Morrison has been writing about comics since before the bible ” blogging ” was coined. He got his begin writing for the fabled DC Comics digital fanzine Fanzing, before receiving his own column, The Mount. He went on to write for over a twelve websites, including 411 Mania, Comics Nexus and The Cult of cipher. He holds both an MS in Information Science from the University of North Texas and a BFA from the University of Texas at Arlington. Known as a baptismal font of comedian book history trivium, he has delivered lectures on the history of american Comic Books, japanese Manga, Doctor Who, and Cosplay at over a twelve conventions in the United States and served as an Expert In-Residence for a course on Graphic Novels for Librarians at the University of North Texas. In accession to his work for Screen Rant, Matt is presently the Editor In Chief of Kabooooom.com and writes reviews for No Flying, No Tights – a graphic literature and anime revue web site aimed at teachers and librarians. He besides maintains a personal blog – My Geeky Geeky Ways – which hosts his extensive Arrowverse episode guide well as his comedic Let ’ s Play videos. What little excess time he has is devoted towards acting, role-playing, movie-riffing and sarcasm. You can follow his adventures on Twitter, @ SenseiStarman .
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