CHAPTER 1: The first scene is based on the opening scene from season 5 episode of Archer, "On The Carpet." Other references include the YJ episodes "Agendas" and "Disordered" in which Black Canary hears Dick Grayson and Bruce talk about Dick Grayson not becoming "the Batman." The squads listed came from Greg Weisman who had to remove some scenes due to time constraints. The scene with Dick singing was inspired by Digimon Tamers: Runaway Locomon. The scene involving the butterflies was inspired by the Steven Universe episode "Mindful Education"

CHAPTER 2: the final scene was inspired by Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir

CHAPTER 3: The grotto part is based on the fanfiction by Xmarksthespot entitled Home. The memory orbs refer to the Pixar film, Inside Out. The trio's outfits was inspired by Robin's Red X and apprentice outfits in Teen Titans and Talon from the New 52 reboot. The color of each 'X' corresponds with the color of Dick's hoodie. However, black, Robin's color hoodie in "Failsafe," is excluded because the costumes already have enough black. Wally's anger and breakdown was inspired by "My Sister's Keeper" (Digimon Adventure 01)

CHAPTER 4: I turned Jump City (Teen Titans) into a place inside Dick's mind. Also, I've changed Raya, Raymond, and Zane into his red haired imaginary friends. In the New 52 series, Nightwing (Volume 3), they were Dick's childhood friends and part of Haly's Circus. The magic words, "get your cape on," is the theme song for the animated YoutTube web series, DC Super Hero Girls. The elephant bags refer to Zitka, the circus elephant from Dick's childhood. Raya's line about being forgotten by Dick is based on what Jessie tells Woody in Toy Story 2. I don't know about Tim Drake's life in Young Justice so I used his pre-New 52 life. The fight scene between Wally and Raya is based on Degrassi and Steven Universe

CHAPTER 5: The number of people fighting their demons is the magic #16. The part with the inner demons is based on "The End Part 2" and "The End Part 3" (Teen Titans). Superboy and Miss Martian's comments to one another comes from John Stewart and Shayera's little chat in "Divided We Fall" (Justice League Unlimited). The last scene is based on Wizardmon's sacrifice in "Wizardmon's Gift" (Digimon Adventure 01).

CHAPTER 6: Most of this chapter is partly based on "For the Man Who has Everything" (Justice League Unlimited) and Pixar's Inside Out. Dick and Hal Jordan's chat references Green Lantern: The Animated Series. The first 4 escapees are the Core Four from the Young Justice comics (1998-2003). Dick's dream wife combines Zatanna (head and hairstyle) and Barbara (hair color and everything below her head); her name comes from Starfire's alias. For the sake of the story, I used Identity Crisis Vol. 1 Issues #5-6 for Tim's deepest desire.

CHAPTER 7: Kid Flash's first line is from Rita Moreno (The Electric Company). Rocket and Beast Boy panicking is from Keesha and Wanda, respectively (The Magic School Bus). Robin cheering on his giant big brother comes from Kari supporting Angewomon's fight against LadyDevimon in "Joe's Battle" (Digimon Adventure). The final battle is based on "The End Part 3" (Teen Titans). Nightwing's warning Kid Flash is based on Mai warning Zuko not to break up with her again in "Sonzin's Comet, Part 4: Avatar Aang" (Avatar: The Last Airbender). Artemis giving Wally multiple small slaps is from Archer Vice. Their conversation is based on the end of "Legends Part 2" (Justice League). Miss Martian's advice is from "Crush" (Kim Possible). Wonder Girl and Robin bumping into each other is from American Dragon: Jake Long; Mae Whitman, Wonder Girl's voice actor, was in both shows. Wonder Girl's "Whatcha doin'?" phrase is from Phineas and Ferb. The "gigantic cheese" quote is from "Heart of Archness: Part I" (Archer). The love scene is from Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo. Nightwing's song is PelleK's English cover of Ayumi Miyazaki's "Brave Heart" (Digimon Adventure).

CHAPTER 8: The memorial garden scene is based "Ancient History" from Justice League Unlimited. Dick's imagination included a reference to DC Superhero Girls and the Super Sons (DC Rebirth). A few voice actors can sing: Jesse McCartney, Crispin Freeman, Allison Stoner, Jason Spisak, Mae Whitman, Jason Marsden, and Khary Payton. The final song is Digimon Adventure tri version of "Butter-Fly" by The Unknown Songbird.