Thursday, 23 January, 2020

Tag: Crisis


Speaking with ET, Arrow’s Juliana Harkavy also expressed excitement at the possibility of the Birds of Prey cast making a cameo in the spinoff (if it gets picked up to series, that is). The film stars Jurnee Smollet-Bell as the Read more…


SYFY’s Krypton was the two-season series that transpired on Superman’s home planet. Among the characters that it followed was his grandfather, Seg-El, played by Cameron Cuffe. Well, it turns out that Superman’s grandpa almost showed up in the Arrow-verse’s “Crisis Read more…


In fact, of the three Legends who had important roles in “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” two are among the characters who have known Oliver the longest outside of Arrow. Sara has technically been around since the Arrow pilot (although she Read more…


With great crossovers come great sacrifice, apparently. While the “Crisis on Infinite Earths” storyline in the comics involved every character from DC’s repertoire, big fight sequences, and timeline overlaps, The CW’s version of the event was a lot smaller in Read more…


The CW was recently rocked by the five-part mega Arrow-verse crossover that ended with Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, Batwoman, Black Lightning, the forthcoming Superman & Lois, and the Arrow spinoff (if that happens) sharing a world known Read more…


Which Earths Survived And Which Ones Didn’t? A lot of worlds were destroyed in “Crisis On Infinite Earths,” and while we do know that some worlds lived and even combined following the defeat of Anti-Monitor, we have no idea on Read more…


Well, the multiverse is a whole lot less multi as of the end of “Crisis on Infinite Earths.” The crossover saw many universes meld, seemingly once and for all, leaving the five shows of the Arrow-verse (or six, if we Read more…


Everyone was surprised by Ezra Miller’s appearance, but, honestly, Arrow-verse fans should’ve seen it coming. Year after year The CW has managed to raise the bar on these mega-crossovers, and every year they do just keep getting better. I’m not Read more…


Besides, the emerald archer died not once but twice over the course of “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” which delivered a huge DCEU connection, and it would have made little sense to keep bringing him back. However, even though Oliver Queen Read more…


Still, those are old grievances with the Lazarus Pit plot device that I’m simply re-airing. Where Oliver’s early death really hurt “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” in my opinion, was in his second death. I wanted to be heartbroken, devastated, and Read more…