‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ parts four and five

‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ parts four and five

‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ parts four and five

While the Arrowverse's "Crisis on Infinite Earths" crossover has lived up to its billing with many cameos from the long history of DC Comics onscreen, those were largely callbacks to TV shows - like Burt Ward from the original "60s Batman or Tom Welling and Erica Durance from Smallville".

Our Barry Allen met the other Barry Allen as he was searching for his friends and allies in the Speedforce, a place he didn't expect to meet an alternate version of himself, given that the multiverse at that point had been completely destroyed.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow star Caity Lotz doesn't fully believe this is the end of the line for our fallen Arrowverse hero. And much to our surprise, no one noticed Ezra Miller was in Vancouver and no one leaked it from the crew, which we appreciate. And I said, "Yeah, I know, but if you're telling me Ezra Miller can be in the crossover, I can make it happen". Let us know in the comment section below! Even though Arrow is actually done and we do say goodbye to Oliver Queen, part of me is like, 'Yeah, but you never know.' I died and I came back to life. Earth-96 is shown to survive with Brandon Routh's older Superman, and in a surprising bit of foreshadowing, we also see Earth-12, hinted at being the setting for HBO Max's upcoming Green Lantern show. For now, let's look at how Twitter reacted to the milestone moment.

Warning: There are spoilers ahead for last night's Crisis on Infinite Earths finale! He's kidding, of course. @Sophiaspirelli points out the humor in Ezra appearing on The Flash before getting his own standalone movie off the ground. @Bamsmackpow commemorates this special moment with a well-timed Paul Rudd meme.

In our review of the final two chapters of Crisis on Infinite Earths, we praised Oliver Queen's sacrifice, saying he was "given the heroic sendoff he deserves" in an "extremely endearing ending sequence that really sets the tone for the Arrowverse going forward". The gif expression on Keegan-Michael Key's face is ideal.

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