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Missed some flashbacks.

1988?
???? ("Three or four months ago")
Gotham 1x19, "Beasts of Prey" (0:13:21 - 0:15:40)
Gotham 1x19, "Beasts of Prey" (0:18:55 - 0:20:16)
Gotham 1x19, "Beasts of Prey" (0:26:16 - 0:28:28)

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Gotham
1x19, "Beasts of Prey" (0:00:00 - 0:13:20)
Gotham 1x19, "Beasts of Prey" (0:15:41 - 0:18:54)
Gotham 1x19, "Beasts of Prey" (0:20:17 - 0:26:15)
Gotham 1x19, "Beasts of Prey" (0:28:29 - 0:40:56)
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Gotham Knights
Bruce Wayne's tombstone. I totally buy that he's actually dead, lol. As far as the show is concerned he is, I'm sure.
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Is that Alfred at his funeral?
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Sounds like his identity is public now? Wouldn't that give Turner Hayes (Bruce's other, other, other, other adopted son) some trouble, seeing as how he's likely to be a vigilante in the show?

Harvey Dent is apparently not Two-Face in S1. With the Arrowverse, this would work fine because Harvey was only referenced as Two-Face in an alternate future. If you add Gotham into the mix... the Pennyworth tie-in mentions Two-Face among other Batman villains, meaning the show would have to take place before the comic. That would cause some issues with the 40 years thing, and Bruce is mentioned as being alive too. (Maybe Alfred is the only one who knows Bruce is alive)

Of course, Gotham Knights is a completely new continuity as far as we know.
 
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Sounds like his identity is public now? Wouldn't that give Turner Hayes (Bruce's other, other, other, other adopted son) some trouble, seeing as how he's likely to be a vigilante in the show?

Harvey Dent is apparently not Two-Face in S1. With the Arrowverse, this would work fine because Harvey was only referenced as Two-Face in an alternate future. If you add Gotham into the mix... the Pennyworth tie-in mentions Two-Face among other Batman villains, meaning the show would have to take place before the comic. That would cause some issues with the 40 years thing, and Bruce is mentioned as being alive too. (Maybe Alfred is the only one who knows Bruce is alive)

Of course, Gotham Knights is a completely new continuity as far as we know.
I read a description somewhere Misha's Harvey WAS Two-Face at some point in the past but reformed and had facial reconstruction.
Like in Dark Knight Returns.

I guess he will have his downfall back to Two Face again in this.
 

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I read a description somewhere Misha's Harvey WAS Two-Face at some point in the past but reformed and had facial reconstruction.
Like in Dark Knight Returns.

I guess he will have his downfall back to Two Face again in this.
Oooh, I briefly considered that. Carrie Kelley is in the show too, so TDKR inspiration isn't unprecedented.

90 year old Alfred outlives Bruce lmao
He'll outlive us all.
 

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Gotham 2x02, "Mr. Freeze" takes place on Thursday, February 21st. 1989's February 21st is a Tuesday. Fries is mistaken?
 

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I know that they Payne and Rowland are different actors, but Ruth Connell is reprising her role as the Night Nurse from Doom Patrol. New universe or Earth-21? Or perhaps is she the only version in the multiverse seeing as she seemingly resides in Hell?
 
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I know that they Payne and Rowland are different actors, but Ruth Connell is reprising her role as the Night Nurse from Doom Patrol. New universe or Earth-21? Or perhaps is she the only version in the multiverse seeing as she seemingly resides in Hell?
New for now.
 

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I know that they Payne and Rowland are different actors, but Ruth Connell is reprising her role as the Night Nurse from Doom Patrol. New universe or Earth-21? Or perhaps is she the only version in the multiverse?
I don't know, i've only seen S1, i don't have a big interest on the show
 

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I know that they Payne and Rowland are different actors, but Ruth Connell is reprising her role as the Night Nurse from Doom Patrol. New universe or Earth-21? Or perhaps is she the only version in the multiverse seeing as she seemingly resides in Hell?
Maybe somehow if The Flash movie tethers the Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing and Titans universes together with Batman 89 and the DCEU's, that might be a case where Doom Patrol is technically still canon.

But no telling yet.
 

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And Naomi gave further evidence down the line that is, in fact, 2020.

So first it was 2020, then vaguely 2021, now it's saying "We're definitely setting season 1 in late 2020"
 

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First look at Lucifer (Rofocale?) in the Sandman series.

Speaking of, how does this version of Lucifer Morningstar exist if there's only one version of him in the Multiverse?
Perhaps they're the pre-crisis version? Doesn't make sense with God's narration, but it kinda fits I think since we never technically see him and Chloe get into a relationship. Maybe it's not actually Lucifer but rather a copy of him that believes he's real but doesn't have as much power. I mean, even in isolation it doesn't make sense because God created another universe, meaning he should have multiple sets of children, which is impossible.
 
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