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  • I've got a question. The Flash from the cinematic universe appears in the Crisis on Infinite Earths TV series. Does this mean anyone from the DC cinematic universe it belongs the Arrowverse category, even if some characters like Shazam haven't appeared in the TV series? (I'm not even sure if the Shazam film is even set in the same universe as the Justice League film, where that Flash came from.)

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    • It hints but I'm not sure I'd label them as it.

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    • King Phelous believes that cinematic Shazam should be included in the Arrowverse category. But as Shazam hasn't appeared in the Crisis TV series and the uncertainty that the films "Shazam" and "Justice League" happen in the same universe makes me think it shouldn't be included.

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    • Well I think supposedly they (Shazam and Justice League) do share but I left him a message about Arrowverse and DCEU not being necessarily connected just because of a cameo.

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    • Well, the Flash from the cinematic universe did appear briefly in the TV show. Perhaps that him a Arrowverse hero, maybe. But other film characters haven't appeared in it.

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    • Not sure enough given it could be a homage and just liking the actor but looking at the category it was extremely bloated with pretty much every live action DC media.

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    • I guess then it depends if the film Flash did anything heroic in his cameo appearance or was just there. That or just restrict the category to characters that originated from the Arrowverse.

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