- "And he's nice and not evil, and that's a combination of Wells we haven't had thus far."
- —Cisco Ramon comparing H.R. Wells to Harry Wells and Eobard Thawne[src]
Harrison Wells is the name or an alias of several characters:
- For the scientist from Earth One, see Harrison Wells (Earth One).
- For the scientist and businessman from Earth Two, see Harrison Wells (Earth Two).
- For the German-accented author and scientist from Earth Twelve, see Harrison Wolfgang Wells.
- For the wizard-like individual from Earth Thirteen, see Wells the Grey.
- For the steampunk-styled, British-accented individual from Earth Seventeen, see Harrison Wells (Earth Seventeen).
- For the author and scientifically clueless individual from Earth Nineteen, see Harrison Wells (Earth Nineteen).
- For the Australian-accented cyborg from Earth Twenty-Two, see Wells 2.0.
- For the stereotypically-Jersey accented man from Earth Twenty-Four, see Sonny Wells.
- For the French-accented poet from Earth Twenty-Five, see H.P. Wells.
- For the Texan billionaire, playboy, inventor, and publishing tycoon from Earth Forty-Seven, see H. Lothario Wells.
- For the Old Frontier-styled individual from an unidentified Earth, see Hells Wells.
- For the French-speaking and pantomiming individual from an unidentified Earth, see Harrison Wells (Francophone).
Behind the scenes
- Even though Harrison Wells does not originate from the DC comics, as he is an original character specifically created for the show, another brief character, only known as "Dr. Wells", appeared in the tie-in DC comic book of the 1990s The Flash TV series titled, Flash TV Special #1 (January, 1991). Interestingly enough, the character was a wheelchair-bound villain who dressed in black and yellow and had the ability to be in two places at once, similarly to how Eobard Thawne (disguised as Harrison Wells) was introduced on the show.
- Even before that, a villainous character known as Dr. Wells, sporting similar looks, appeared in the 1973-1985 animated series Super Friends episode "Elevator to Nowhere". Like the CW version, Dr. Wells was associated with time travel, forcing Wonder Woman and the Atom to participate in his time machine experiment.