And also, Flash's town... is it Fawcett? I'm not sure.
Fawcett is the Marvel Family.
-Jay Garrick: Keystone City
-Barry Allen: Central City
-Wally West: Central, then Keystone
-Bart Allen: Keystone, then Los Angeles
Geography lesson for
Central and Keystone Cities = DC's version of Kansas City which borders Missouri and Kansas... Keystone in Kansas and Central in Missouri.
St. Roch = I always thought it was supposed to be St. Paul in Minnesota, but apparently it's the DCU's answer to New Orleans, being the major city in Louisiana.
Midway City = DCU's Chicago; the former locale of Hawkman and the Doom Patrol
Fawcett City = Conflictingly noted to be in both Indiana and Wisconsin, but the latter seems more definite, as it was mentioned in the Power of SHAZAM! series as opposed to . Think of it as an analogue to Milwaukee, a smaller urban setting, but still very much a city. Home to Captain Marvel.
Opal City = In Maryland, an analogue to Baltimore. Starman has always been situated in Opal City.
Coast City = DC's San Francisco, which they've situated further north than the actual city after the introduction of real cities to the DCU. Home to Hal Jordan, the Green Lantern of Earth.
Star City = The most geographically confused city in the DCU. It's been mentioned to exist in Massachusetts, Illinois, Indiana, . Recently its been recognized as being north of Coast City. Due to the city's liberal leanings, I think that the closest city it might mirror would be Portland, Oregon.
Hub City = The most corrupt city in the DCU, located in southern Illinois. While the city has no direct analogue (other than perhaps Chicago), it seems to be the embodiment of American corruption in Urban Society. The Question operated here for many years.
Ivy Town = Either in Conneticut or Upstate New York. This town exists as an analogue to your typical New England college town. Home to the Atom.
Gotham City = Designed to be the Dark Side of NYC. Typically placed in Northern Jersey, outside of the New York Area but still in its general vicinity on the East Coast. Many heroes operate here, the foremost of whom is Batman
Metropolis = Designed to be the Light Side of NYC. Also on the East Coast, but usually depicted as being close to Washington DC. Superman operates here.
Blüdhaven = Near Gotham in New Jersey, viewed as an analogue to