New York City is a city located in the United States.
In 1942, a time quake originated in New York City caused by Damien Darhk aiding the Nazis in detonating an atomic bomb to cripple the Allied forces. The Legends arrived in New York and went after Darhk. After Nazis loaded the bomb into a U-boat, Rip Hunter took the Waverider underwater to collide with the atomic bomb saving New York, but scattering the Legends throughout history. After the Legends reassembled, they return to New York and are later confronted by the Justice Society of America.
In 1965, Rip Hunter dropped off Henry Heywood in the Manhattan area of the city and charged him with protecting a piece of the Spear of Destiny. The Legends arrived shortly thereafter but were unable to retrieve Henry since he used his disappearance skills to vanish into the city crowd.
In 2012 during the concert of a band Lillian Axe rouge fire in the nightclub which went off due to unsanctioned use of pyrotechnics caused 47 victims. Souls of these people were trapped in Chas Chandler due to a spell cast by John Constantine, who tried to protect Chas from drunk driving.
In 2014 as Chas Chandler was visiting his family, his daughter Geraldine Chandler who lived in Brooklyn with her mother Renee Chandler, got her soul stolen by Felix Faust during the even christened by media as Brooklyn Coma Epidemic. Faust's plans were thwarted by intrusion of John Constantine's team.
In an aberration timeline, the atomic bomb goes off destroying New York. This event prolongs World War II by two additional years causing 12 million more deaths than what occurred in the original timeline.
- John Constantine
- Henry Heywood (1942; also time-traveling in 1965)
- Nate Heywood (time-traveling in 1942)
- Rip Hunter (time-traveling in 1965)
- Jefferson Jackson (time-traveling in 1942)
- Amaya Jiwe
- Sara Lance (time-traveling in 1942)
- Zed Martin
- Ray Palmer (time-traveling in 1942)
- Todd Rice
- Mick Rory (time-traveling in 1942)
- Martin Stein (time-traveling in 1942)
DC's Legends of Tomorrow
- "Out of Time"
- "The Justice Society of America"
- "Compromised" (mentioned)
- "Raiders of the Lost Art" (flashback)