IF YOU WERE BORN AT ANY TIME BEFORE, SAY, 1990, the pop culture ecosystem we’re living in today would’ve been unthinkable when you were a kid—especially if you were a kid who grew up loving science fiction, comic books, and fantasy. Sure, we had Star Trek and Star Wars, Batman and Superman movies, with Doctor Who as the crazy British uncle who loved to remind you that he’s been there the whole bloody time.

But there was no way to envision a television landscape that had room for more than one show that came from the pages of DC Comics, let alone six: , , , , , and . And all at the same time! You couldn’t have convinced anyone that both

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