Curious about the context of that.“Joe Chilton, aka Joe Chill, has been on death row for 50 years. He has always claimed his innocence and he claims he was a patsy; he did not fire the weapon. The Court of Owls is in the picture. After 50 years on death row, the Court of Owls is agitating to have Joe Chill executed, which Joe is aware of, and wonders why the person accused of killing Batman is (Plot Detail). As Joe Chill’s last request, he calls Harvey Dent to his prison cell and says ‘I have a last request; I want to talk to (Plot Detail) who killed Batman. He has reasons for wanting to talk to (Plot Detail)…..It’s a clever wraparound story.”
Okay, Bruce's Will is dated for April 20th but it mentions a latter addition to it. So that could have been last year.Saw some onscreen dates for GK in the pilot. I think it said April 20th.
How is that possible? Something like that:Officially it's the same version of Jay Garrick somehow.
He moved to Earth-Prime and knows the multiverse exists I suppose.How is that possible? Something like that:
"Post-Crisis, Jay Garrick isn't from Earth-3 anymore but was born on New Earth-2 and then he moved to Earth-Prime (without knowing it; or maybe he knows it and is aware that Multiverse still exists)"?
AND the same Blackgate from Gotham.Is that another Gotham skyline? Lol
And he hops back in forth between Earth-Prime's present and Earth-2's past and then Earth-Prime's future to Earth-2's future.He moved to Earth-Prime and knows the multiverse exists I suppose.