DC Animated Multiverse Listing

Jozaca

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I am going to fill it later, don't comment anything for the moment
Animated Multiverse
-DCAU: Connected to Brave and the Bold and TTGvTT. Has a counterpart in the New 52 Multiverse called Earth-12, thought it is in the Batman Beyond era? and sometimes makes references to events from Earth-Prime or similar events as it being its past, so it is not the "real" DCAU.
-Brand New Metropolis: From an episode of the DCAU.
-Justice Lords Universe: From an episode of the DCAU. Has a counterpart in the New 52 Multiverse called Earth 50.
-Justice Guild Universe: From an episode of the DCAU.
-DCAMU: Connected to TTGvTT.
-Earth 23: Batman the Brave and the Bold Earth
-Brave and the Bold Evil Universe: Adaptation of Earth 3 from the comics. Connects to Earth 23 in Brave and the Bold
-Teen Titans Universe: According to a tie-in comic Batman from this Universe looks like the Batman from "The Batman", so could be the same universe.
-Teen Titans Go Universe: There are theories about it being being the 5th dimension
-Tiny Titans Universe
-New Earth like Universe (TTGvsTT):
There is an Earth that seems New Earth from the Post-Crisis Multiverse, so, the TTG can either travel between Multiverses or this Earth is just an Earth that LOOKS like New Earth but is not.
-Crisis on Two Earths Good Universe
-Crisis on Two Earths Evil Universe:
Another adaptation of Earth 3
-Beware the Batman Universe
-The Batman (Animated TV Show) Universe
-Scooby Doo and Batman Crossovers Universe:
-Earth-66?:
Appears in Brave and the Bold
-Earth-89?: Appears in Brave and the Bold
 
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Jozaca

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Unconfirmed Earths
Young Justice Earth:
Is supposed to be Earth-16 from the Pre-Flashpoint 52 Multiverse, but a comic made a version of Superman's son a native of Earth 16 and that doesn't fit in the universe. A version of the Earth existed in the New 52 universe but the characters were shown playing a Young Justice videogame, so it not explicitly made clear if Young Justice is just fiction in this Earth. Given that having an animated Earth in a destroyed comic multiverse seems very arbitrary (even if this multiverse is supposed to be still around somewhere according to some multiverse stories) I guess that it would be retconed at some point as just being another Animated Multiverses Earth
 
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Jozaca

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Cartoon Network Universes? (All of them connect to DC via Teen Titans Go!)
-Powerpuff Girls (Old and Reboot) Universe:
Reboot crossed over with Teen Titans Go!
-Powerpunk Girls Universe: DC The Powerpuff Girls Issue 50
-Nexus Realm: Setting of Crossover Nexus
-Steven Universe Universe: Crossed over with TTG in Crossover Nexus. Uncle Grampa appeared in one episode but he himself said "Don't worry bro, none of this is canon!" so...
-Dimension 27998.3 (Reboot Ben 10 Universe): Crossed over with TTG in Crossover Nexus. Name revealed in Alien X-Tinction
-Reboot Future Timeline: Ben 10 Reboot future timeline​
-Gwen 10 Timeline:
-Billy 10 Timeline:
-Squirrel 10 Timeline:
-Dimension 12041.5: From Alien X-Tinction
-Maximilian's Dimension: From Alien X-Tinction
-Evil Ben's Dimension: From Alien X-Tinction
-Gwen 10's Dimension: From Alien X-Tinction
-Original Ben 10 (And Secret Saturdays) Universe: Crossed over with Reboot Ben 10 in Alien X-Tinction
-Generator Rex Universe: Crossed over with Original Ben 10 in Ben 10/Generator Rex: Heroes United
-Villanous and Victor and Valentino Universe:
-O.K. K.O. Let's Be Heroes Universe:
Crossed over with TTG in Crossover Nexus.
-Adventure Time Universe:
-Regular Show Universe:
-The Amazing World of Gumball Universe:
-Uncle Grampa Universe:
-Samurai Jack Universe:
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selfishmisery

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I am going to fill it later, don't comment anything for the moment
Animated Multiverse
-DCAU
Earth-12
-Justice Lord Universe
Earth-50
Earth-Prime
-Brave and the Bold Universe
Earth-23
-Teen Titans Go Universe
The Fifth Dimension(?)
They traveled through animation-and-comic-specific Earths (ex. Super Friends and Lauren Faust's DC Superhero Girls are part of the comic multiverse as opposed to animation), therefore they have some connectivity to other multiverses.
-New Earth like Universe
-Crisis on Two Earths Good Universe
Pre-Flashpoint timeline for Earth-Prime.
-Crisis on Two Earths Evil Universe
Earth-3

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-Tomorrowverse is also "Earth-1", but technically not Earth-Prime which is currently a dead Earth, created by Earth-Prime's Barry as a 'new beginning'.
-There's evidence to support The Batman and Teen Titans (2003) being in the same universe; with Legion of Superheroes as well.
-Read the JLU epilogue comic run from last year called "Justice League Infinity". Earth-X, Earth-D, and some unidentified others are seen in it.

I have reason to believe Young Justice is retroactively not in the "pre-N52 multiverse" because of the logistics plus the Christopher Kent BS, so I would probably count that as Earth-16 of the animated multiverse.
 

Pro Bot

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Earth-1 - Tomorrowverse
Earth-2 - Justice Society: World War II
Earth-3 - Crime Syndicate Universe
Earth-12 - DC Animated Universe
Earth-16 - Young Justice
Earth-23 - Batman: The Brave and the Bold
Earth-31 - Year One/The Dark Knight Returns
Earth-50 - Justice Lords Universe
Earth-66 - Return of the Caped Crusaders/vs. Two-Face (?)
Earth-AD - Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth!
Earth-Prime - DC Animated Movie Universe
Earth-?? - Scooby-Doo Universe
Earth-?? - Teen Titans
Earth-?? - The Batman
Earth-?? - Crisis on Two Earths/Doom
Earth-?? - Beware the Batman
5th Dimension - Teen Titans Go!
 

Jozaca

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Earth-1 - Tomorrowverse
Earth-2 - Justice Society: World War II
Earth-3 - Crime Syndicate Universe
Earth-12 - DC Animated Universe
Earth-16 - Young Justice
Earth-23 - Batman: The Brave and the Bold
Earth-31 - Year One/The Dark Knight Returns
Earth-50 - Justice Lords Universe
Earth-66 - Return of the Caped Crusaders/vs. Two-Face (?)
Earth-AD - Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth!
Earth-Prime - DC Animated Movie Universe
Earth-?? - Scooby-Doo Universe
Earth-?? - Teen Titans
Earth-?? - The Batman
Earth-?? - Crisis on Two Earths/Doom
Earth-?? - Beware the Batman
5th Dimension - Teen Titans Go!
But are these numbers like an actual canon thing or are you speculating or telling how you would organize the Earth's if you were DC writers?
I know that the fact that there is an actual animation multiverse is speculation, (Or it isn't? This very concrete numbers for the Earths make me doubt that I am missing something) I just wanted to see how all of the Earths would look in a list if we assume that every crossover is canon and they are in the same multiverse.
Aren't the designations of the Earths 12 and 50 from the new 52 multiverse, the one from Earth 16 from the 52 multiverse and Earth 3 and AD from the Pre-Crisis multiverse? Thought even if it is fan-made is fun how all of them fit nicely and there aren't any reused numbers like with the "Smallville-Arrowverse canon debate"
 

Pro Bot

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Yes, a lot of them are fan-made numbers based on other information. Yes, it is technically canon that they're the same multiverse... although Young Justice is an anomaly, but it makes sense.
 
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Pro Bot

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-DCAU: Connected to Brave and the Bold and TTGvTT. Has a counterpart in New 52 Multiverse called Earth-16, thought it is in the Batman Beyond era? and sometimes makes references to events from Earth-Prime as it being is past, so it is not the "real" DCAU.
The "DCAU" (except not really) is Earth-12 in the comic multiverse, by the way.
 
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