Last night, the Arrowverse crossover event Elseworlds came to an end, and ended with a tug of yet another threat to the comedic world of Aro, Supergirl, The Flags of Tomorrow in the capital. The cross-country event, which runs across the Arrowverse area in the fall of 2019, will be adapted to the famous series of Crisis on Infinite Earths 2019.
Get the details of the Crossover event for the third TV show below.
Here’s how the Crossover event at Elseworlds ended last night and persists on what will happen:
Will Crisis on Infinite Earths 2019 can be best?
Crisis on Infinite Earths was published as a 12-issue version from April 1985 to March 1986, written by Marv Wolfman and written by George Perez. During the event, the villain known as The Monitor (the evil counterpart of The Monitor) begins to destroy the various versions of the Earth that form the DC Comics universes.
This leads to a call to action for many of the major DC superheroes, including Superman, Supergirl and The Flash, although two final characters ended in death in two of the most famous moments in the history of DC Comics.
This will not be a surprise for Arrowverse fans, because the Flash series provokes the death of Barry Allen for several seasons through the title of Back to the Future-esque, which constantly upsets the disappearance of The Flash at some point. Moreover, Supergirl also featured a similar tease in the second season, with a picture of Superman holding his dead cousin Kryptonian in his arms.
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Monitor has given the book various facts to test its heroes and prepare them for a “Crisis on Infinite Earths 2019,” but all the other facts he sent to the book ended with the killing of its heroes. Barry and Kara are expected to die as they run side by side to slow down time and stop Dejan from changing the reality for the third time – but Oliver, full of hope after the flash for a few days, goes to Monitor and demands that their lives be saved.
There is nothing he says to the observer in the episode, but he shows up with a new arrow destroying the book and saves Barry and Kara from managing themselves into oblivion on Crisis on Infinite Earths 2019.
This is a great story for Arrowverse to tackle, and with such high risks in playing, one has to wonder if they will use this story to finish one of the shows in 2019. They may even do switcheroo and for them Arrow will be one of the characters that dies. After all, he will come in his eighth season at The CW, and it may be time for Oliver Queen to hang his quiver.