Published: Wed, January 15, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Crisis on Infinite Earths promotional posters

Crisis on Infinite Earths promotional posters

Even though the Anti-Monitor has destroyed every Earth in creation, it doesn't seem like Lex Luthor wants to join forces with the team of the Paragons and save the Multiverse.

Among those fighting alongside Spectre Oliver (whose new hooded look is shown in the trailer) will be the seven Paragons, the last heroes left standing after three episodes of the Crisis, all seen at the Vanishing Point that is all that is left of the positive matter universe at the start of Part 4. "Nonetheless, hope appears inside the kind of Oliver, who reveals that he has flip into one factor else". The futility of the situation is aggravated by the disappearance of Flash (Grant Gustin). Half four additionally reveals the origin tales for each The Monitor and Anti-Monitor.

Gregory Smith directed the episode written by Keto Shimizu and Ubah Mohamed. Check out the trailer for the highly anticipated conclusion.

Are you ready for the Crisis in endless lands final event?!

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The win sees Australia into the final four, to meet the victor of Spain and Belgium later this week. Serbia or Canada stand in the way of Russian Federation and a place in the final.


The "Crisis" crossover kicked off on December 8 with an episode of Supergirl, and continued over the next two nights with Batwoman and The Flash. Kevin Conroy portrays a version of Bruce Wayne from the future (his first time playing the character in live-action).

Crisis on Infinite Earths ends with back to back episodes from Arrow and DC's Legends of Tomorrow on Tuesday, January 14 at 8 / 7c and 9 / 8c.

Finally, as things calmed down, Barry took an old Star Labs research facility and turned into what comic book fans will recognize as the Hall of Justice, compete with a fancy table for all the heroes to sit around.

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