‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’: Trailer Released for Massive 2-Hour Conclusion
Following the cliffhanger ending of The Flash‘s ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ episode, the CW released a teaser preparing fans for the conclusion to this year’s crossover. Our heroes (and villain) found themselves stranded at the Vanishing Point as the Multiverse was destroyed by Anti-Monitor. Then came the shocking reveal that Lex Luthor rewrote reality to make himself a paragon. Things aren’t looking good for the Multiverse.
But all hope isn’t lost. The seven paragons aren’t entirely alone. Oliver Queen will make his return and help fight Anti-Monitor. And just like he says in the opening to every episode of Arrow, he must become something else.
During Part 3 of the crossover, Diggle, Mia, and Constantine tried to restore Oliver’s soul. But in Oliver’s purgatory, there was another lying in wait. His name is Jim Corrigan, aka Spectre. It’s likely, based on the trailer, that Corrigan has passed on his powers to Oliver.
Unfortunately, Oliver hasn’t lost his pessimism as he tells the other seven that they may not be enough to save the Multiverse. Our heroes won’t back down from the challenge, though. They really have nothing to lose. And standing up to evil is what makes them heroes, and paragons. Together, they should be able to withstand Anti-Monitor.
The only problem is Lex. He only rewrote reality for the sake of staying alive, so there’s no reason for him to help. Kara will certainly try and put him in his place, but there’s also the Kryptonite Kate has. Hopefully, Lex doesn’t find out about that.
‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ concludes Tuesday, January 14, with back-to-back episodes of Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow.
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