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While it sucks that Barry lost his dad (wow, Dawson's dad gets killed off once again)...

it's pretty cool that:
1) he started to develop a bond with that older science lady from the competing lab;
2) he is Flash on Earth 3;

A bit of history:
Barry's dad with the Flash on the earlier (even more cheesy) version of the Flash for a couple decades ago;
The older science lady was the lady that helped him develop/train his speed

too bad, that she (Dr Christina McGee) didn't go with him to Earth 3...

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Robbie Reyes - Introduced in the season premiere of Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, Reyes is the latest Ghost Rider but with a twist. Unlike the more famous Rider's Reyes in the comics is possessed by the ghost Eli Morrow, his estranged Uncle, rather than the Spirit of Vengence, the same man who pushed Robbie's mother down the stairs while pregnant causing the disabilities of his younger brother Gabe. The Two have a rocky relationship at first since Eli was a murderer with a taste for killing but the two reached a deal where he'd only kill people with evil souls to sate Eli's thirst for murder. Robbie's Ghost Rider has also had an encounter with the original Ghost Rider, Johnny Blaze, who used his Penance Stare to reveal to Robbie the truth of who and what Eli had done before he died. Another major difference between Robbie and the OG Rider Johnny and Daniel Ketch is Robbie uses a classic Dodge Charger rather than the usual Motorcycle.

In an AoS tie in his origin included Daisy's father Calvin Zabo.

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Jeffery Mace - The New Director of SHIELD was revealed in Episode 2 of Agents of SHIELD as Jeffery. With the Captions calling him Mace which could mean that he is Jeffery Mace, aka the Patriot and one time Captain America replacement, he filled the role after Steve Rodgers went missing during World War 2. From Brooklyn, he became The Patriot after seeing Captain America in action and formed the Liberty Legion, America's Front Line heroes who battled Nazi saboteurs and other Wartime threats. His first appearance was in the Golden age comic The Human Torch #4 in 1941. Much like Spider-Man later, Mace worked for the Daily Bugle, as a reporter, while serving as The Patriot.

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Fell a bit behind so I'll toss several characters out and up first from Last Night.

Johnny Blaze - While not officially named last night the iconic Ghost Rider image did appear in the episode to save Robbie's life and making him the new Ghost Rider. Most fans consider him to be Johnny Blaze who is the most famous Ghost Rider and was the subject of two Films starring Nic Cage. Blaze debuted in Marvel Spotlight #5 from August 1972 and was created Roy Thomas, writer Gary Friedrich, and artist Mike Ploog. A Stuntman for the Quentin Carnival he would Become the Ghost Rider after Mephisto was denied his soul and in revenge bound Blaze's soul with Zarathos and so when he was in the presence of evil he would turn into the Ghost Rider to return them to hell

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Veronica Sinclair aka Roulette - Played by Dichen Lachman in Supergirl, Veronica Sinclair was originally the granddaughter of Golden Age Villain Roulette who was a rival of Terry Sloan, the Original Mister Terrific. Currently, in the Comics her origin has been retconned to be the Granddaughter of either Terry Sloan, which she believes or his brother Ned Sloan. Much like in the series she runs a superhuman gladiatorial arena putting Superheroes against each other while Villains bet on the outcome. She has also appeared in Smallville where she was an Asian mercenary who completed any job she was paid for, which in the show she had been hired by Chloe Sullivan to get Oliver Queen to re-embrace his Green Arrow persona.

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Mon-El - Just one of many names he's known as this Daxamite has appeared in both the Superman comics and the Legion of Superheroes comic. Originally named Lar Gand from the planet Daxam he first appeared in Superboy #89 where DC took plot points from another character, Halk Kar. The Two both crash landed on Earth suffering from amnesia, Superman believed Halk Kar was his older brother due to a note from Jor El while with Lar Gand Superboy just believed he was from Krypton as they had the same powers. In both cases, the truth was revealed that both were explorers who came to Krypton before it exploded. In Lar's story, Superboy named him Mon El, because he landed on a Monday and Superboy used his own name of Kal El. After not being affected by Kryptonite, Superboy believed he was tricked and exposed him to Lead to find out the truth which triggered his memories but also Fatally poisoned him which led to Superboy sending him to the Phantom Zone where he wouldn't age and the poisoning would pause until he was cured by the Legion of Super-Heroes. Things get a bit confusing as a result of the DC reboot thanks to Crisis on Infinite Earths. Post-Infinite Crisis much of the origin remained the same though it's Superman who releases him from the Phantom Zone and cures him.

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The Dominators - The Big Bad of the 3-Part 4-way Crossover, The Dominators is also known as the Dominion and first appeared in Adventure Comics #361 from October 1967 as a potential enemy to the Legion of Super-Heroes and returned in the 70's involved in a conflict with Earth in the 30th century. Their most well-known story, however, came in 1988 and 1989 from Keith Giffen and Bill Mantlo with art by Todd McFarlane. In the story, the aliens formed the Alien Alliance and turned their attention to Earth due to the rise in the number of powered people and seeing Metahumans as a threat. The Invasion storyline was the main inspiration for the crossover event. The Aliens haven't really played much of a role since the storyline in the comics but maybe with the crossover we'll see them return.

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Talia al Ghul has made her long-awaited debut on Arrow in The Mid-Season premiere of Arrow, "Who are You?" The more well-known daughter of DC Comics Villain, Ra's al Ghul, Talia has primarily been a Batman character serving as Ally, Love interest, and rival to Batman as well as being associated with Bane. She is also the mother of Bruce Wayne's only Son Damian Wayne, though the circumstances of how that happened have been altered due to changes in canon. First appearing in May 1971's Detective Comics #411 with "Into the Den of the Death-Dealers" written by Dennis O'Neil where she has been kidnapped by Dr. Darrk who has turned on her father and has to be rescued by Batman, only to have her kill him to save Batman. Over the course of her time in the comics, she has gone on to run LexCorp, a member of the Secret Society of Super Villains, and was behind Jason Todd's resurrection. Other than the Comics she has appeared in the TV DC Animated Universe, Batman The Animated Series, Superman The Animated Series, & Batman Beyond, along with Batman: The Brave and the Bold. She has been a major part in the animated films; Batman: Under the Red Hood (Cameo), Son of Batman, Batman vs. Robin (Cameo), & Batman: Bad Blood. She's also appeared in a number of games including Batman: Arkham City and DC Universe Online.

Her biggest appearance may be in The Dark Knight Rises where she was the villain set on finishing her father's work and destroying Gotham with Bane's help.

This is not her first appearance in the Arrowverse however as she appeared as a child in Legends of Tomorrow.

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Dawn Allen: While not confirmed yet many believe the awkward Waitress, played by Jessica Parker Kennedy, at the wedding who spoke with Barry is Dawn Allen, the daughter of Barry and Iris, conceived in the 30th Century and born following Barry's death during Infinite Crisis. She is the Twin sister of Don Allen and the pair inherited a fraction of his speed and are known as The Tornado Twins. Her daughter Jenni Ognats is a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes.

Ray Terrill/ The Ray: Played by Russell Tovey, The Ray has been a member of the Freedom Fighters, Justice League of America and Young Justice in the comics. As seen in the Crossover the Ray has light-based powers which allow him to also fly. The Son of the original Ray, Lanford "Happy" Terrill a member of the Freedom Fighters during World War 2. He is also one of the most skilled computer programmers in the DCU.

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That was very enlightening! emoticon

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