On numerous shows across numerous networks and platforms, 2018 is a huge year for DC Comics.
Appearing in live action? Dozens of heroes, and that does not even count the ones who will appear in the Aquaman movie coming later this year.
So, can you tell the players apart without a scorecard? A lot of the time it feels like we can’t, so here we are to give you a quick rundown of, as DC Comics would have said back in the day, Who’s Who.
Supergirl and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow platoon on Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on The CW. The Flash is on at the same time and channel, but Tuesdays. Black Lightning airs after The Flash, and Arrow airs at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Thursdays.
At that same time, FOX is airing Gotham.
Soon, Wednesday nights will be home to Krypton on Syfy.
And Titans is coming to a streaming service later this year.
The Girl of Steel, the Maid of Might…Superman’s cousin and the last true survivor of Krypton in many ways, since Superman has no memory of the dead world.
Supergirl appears weekly in her own self-titled series on The CW, which is currently on hiatus but will return in April.
Barry Allen is the fastest man alive — and now that he is out of prison, maybe he can even use that speed to do something about The Thinker, who has been rounding up metahumans and stealing their powers for…something.