It's a realm full of Centaurs. I'm sure it's tangentially connected to The Dreaming and other godly realms.Do we think the Void (Goddess' universe) is beyond the source wall or something? It was seemingly out of God's reach. Perhaps the ungodly power of Azrael's Blade was able to cut into the void outside of the DC multiverse.
Also, I imagine we're still working under the assumption that Lucifer is set in the post-crisis Earth-666. Doesn't that technically make his pre-crisis character a seperate entity or did he survive the anti-matter destruction? I mean, if Earth-167 Clark can survive the bleed then surely Lucifer, being one of the most powerful beings in the multiverse, could. I feel like that would screw with the timeline though.
Having thought about it, Lucifer having avatars makes sense. When one is literally a rival to God himself in terms of power, of course they can create manifestations of themselves. I mean, Darkseid does it in the comics.My personal head canon at this point with Lucifer is that when Samael fell to the abyss that came to be Hell, the angel divided it's power into multiple beings to serve different functions. One being more 'human' and rebellious (Tom Ellis's Lucifer), another being more malicious and calculated (Gwendoline Christie's Lucifer) and other entities that served to govern Hell's demon population (Beelzebub, Belial, etc - all names a certain version of Lucifer had claimed for himself.)
Satan ("The First of the Fallen") might just even be another separate aspect of Samael in this multiverse, unlike the comics where he was his own entity apart from Lucifer entirely. Especially considering Tom Ellis' never even brings up the existence of another Devil separate from himself in 93 episodes of his series.
DC tends to have one Hell (albeit multiple realms) per multiverse, so in my opinion we're mainly seeing different aspects of Lucifer in different realms of Hell.. But I guess it's up to the fans to decide; either removing other versions from association or thought (I don't blame you) or trying to connect the conflicting mythos with a complicated but more-convenient theory. Lord knows DC has done that many-a-time with their continuity/lore...
The Sandman as Earth-19 is my new head-canon, lol. Here's hoping that the Abramsverse ties into the already established Swamp Thing so that black John Constantine can be Johanna's cousin or something.Nothing really contradicts with Matt Cable's story in Swamp Thing because 1.) "I think I died in my sleep" was vague enough and could have easily meant he bled out after Floronic Man attacked him. 2.) A couple hours = at least several months in The Dreaming since that was brought up by Rose Walker after noticingin-show.Lyta's pregnancy in the Dreaming