List of DC Universes
- See Earth-3 for more information.
DC Bombshells is a reality where female superheroes guard the homefront during World War II.
Batman: Arkham Series
The Batman: Arkham video game series is comprised of the titles Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, and Batman: Arkham Knight, created by Rocksteady Studios, as well as the prequel Batman: Arkham Origins, created by Warner Bros. Games Montréal.
Injustice: Gods Among Us
Injustice: Gods Among Us and Injustice 2 are fighting games created by NetherRealm Studios. Tie-in comics expand the story told in these games.
DC Animated Universe
- Batman: The Animated Series
- Batman Beyond
- Justice League/Justice League Unlimited
- Superman: The Animated Series
Green Lantern: The Animated Series
Green Lantern: The Animated Series is an American computer-animated television series created by Bruce Timm and starring Josh Keaton.
- See Teen Titans (TV Series) for more information.
Earth-16 is the universe ID that currently refers to the Young Justice cartoon series.
Adventures of Superman
- See Wonder Woman (TV series) for more information.
Superboy aka The Adventures of Superboy is a 1980s-early 90s television series focused on the early adventures of Clark Kent/Superboy starring John Haymes Newton (Season 1) and Gerard Christopher (Season 2-4) as Clark.
- See The Flash (1990s) for more information.
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
- See Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman for more information.
- See Smallville for more information.
Birds of Prey
Birds of Prey was a short lived television show that focused on Helena Kyle (daughter of Batman and Catwoman), Barbara Gordon, and Dinah Redmond (Black Canary's daughter) fighting crime in New Gotham.
Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow
This universe is sometimes referred to as DC Television Universe, Flarrow, Arrowverse and Legends of Flarrow. Inside the universe, it's considered Earth-1. Earth-2 and Earth-3 locations and characters have made appearances starting in the second season of The Flash. Harrison "HR" Wells is a character from Earth-19. Earth-38 is Supergirl's homeworld.
Supergirl is an CBS/CW live-action television show the focuses on Kara Danvers (Kara Zor-El) adventures as Supergirl. Officially crossed over with The Flash in it's first season, and due to it's production move in it's 2nd season, it is apart of the Arrowverse (fans often call it Legends of Superflarrow) although Supergirl is on Earth-38 while Arrow/Flash/LoT are considered Earth-1.
Titans (also titled as Blackbirds) was an upcoming TNT live-action television show focused on the Teen Titans characters, featuring Nightwing, Barbara Gordon, Hawk, Dove, Raven, and Starfire, however it was canceled in early 2016 but DC Entertainment Head Geoff Johns said they have "plans" for it - whether or not it'll go to another network is not yet known.
Christopher Reeve series
The Batman films made from (1989–1997) refers to the four films: Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever, and Batman & Robin directed by Tim Burton and Joel Schumacher. This series is famous for the various actors who had played Batman: Michael Keaton (B, BR), Val Kilmer (BF) and George Clooney (B&R). Robin was portrayed by Chris O'Donnell and Batgirl was portrayed by Alicia Silverstone. Batman villains showcased in the series are The Joker, Two-Face, Catwoman, Penguin, The Riddler, Mr. Freeze, Poison Ivy, and Bane.
- See Nolanverse for more information.
DC Universe Animated Original Movies
DC Universe Animated Original Movies, or DCUAOM for short, are direct-to-video animated film projects that focuses on Justice League and other DC characters with the help of producers such as Bruce Timm and are more for adult audience - with stronger violence, profane language and more mature themes. The more recent movie projects have also included many of the voice actors who worked on previous DC animated series and films, such as Mark Hamilton as the Joker and Kevin Conroy as Batman/Bruce Wayne.
They did not form a single continuity, but are stand-alone movies mostly. Starting with Justice League: War, however, many of them form a single continuity. Many of the films are adapted from stories originally featured in DC print comics and graphic novels. Currently, 26 feature films and five short films have been released.
DC Cinematic Universe
The DC Cinematic Universe, also known as the DC Extended Universe, is a shared fictional universe of several films by DC Comics. Man of Steel is a 2013 reboot for a Superman film with Henry Cavill as Clark/Superman. The first sequel has Batman (portrayed by Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (portrayed by Gal Gadot) join Superman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which will lead to another film based on the Justice League. The Suicide Squad film also takes place in the same universe. Wonder Woman will also have her own film to be released in 2017. Other films in development include, The Flash (2018), Aquaman (2018), Shazam (2019), Cyborg (2020), and Green Lantern Corps (2020).
- Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Once, Flash, Lucifer, Suits, 24, Titans, HTGAWM, Castle, NCIS: LA and More. TVLine.com. Published February 2, 2016. (Accessed July 17, 2016)