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    Elseworlds: Did Arrow Season 6 Predict Kate Kane’s Ascendance As Batwoman?

    Regardless of what you think of Arrow, the show has done a fine job name dropping characters. Especially from the Batfamily and yes, we’re talking about Batman… The Arrow portion of the Elseworlds crossover has aired on The CW and we got an official introduction to Kate Kane’s Batwoman. It’s an exciting time to be an Arrowverse fan, that’s for sure. However, the backstory of Kate’s ascendance as Batwoman hasn’t been revealed, but things seem to make sense and the clues were in Arrow Season 6. In an early episode of Arrow Season 6, the photo of Oliver as the Green Arrow was said to be doctored. We all know…

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    Elseworlds: 90s Flash Series Now Part Of Arrowverse Canon

    This year’s Arrowverse crossover is gathering steam and it’s only going to get bigger. Fans of The Flash will remember 90s Flash actor, John Wesley Shipp as Barry’s father, Henry Allen and Earth-3 Flash, Jay Garrick. This year, he’s joining the crossover, but not in the way, you’d expect… Great news Arrowverse tragics because John Wesley Shipp is headed back to basics and is donning his 90s Flash suit once again. The explanation comes from the teaser shown after last week’s Supergirl, Arrow and The Flash episodes. As I mentioned in a previous post, we learn there’s more than the 53 Earths we learned about in last year’s crossover. The…

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    8 Great Moments From Elseworlds: Hour One

    The first part of the Elseworlds crossover started with a metaphorical bang. Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) and Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) wake up in each other’s lives. They know they’re themselves, but their friends and families don’t see it in the same way. I’ve compiled 8 great moments from Hour One. Feel free to agree or disagree. Please note, none of these events are in the order they aired. 8. Oliver Wakes Up In Barry’s Bed Our first moment has been seen numerous times in promo trailers. Oliver wakes up in a strange bed and without his various scars. He ventures out of the bedroom and finds himself in Barry…

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    Elseworlds: Was Clark About To Tell Kara He Wanted To Propose To Lois?

    Lois and Clark are such an iconic DC Comics couple. Though, did anyone get the vibe (no pun intended) that Clark wanted to propose?  Bitsie Tulloch was amazing as the intrepid reporter, Lois Lane in The Flash episode of the Elseworlds crossover. What caught my attention is a moment between Clark and Kara. In the moment, where it seemed Clark intended to propose to Lois. I’ve loved Supergirl since I watched the first season on DVD. When Clark came into the mix, I was okay with it considering Superman was never my favorite character. In my eyes, Tyler Hoechlin is the best Superman. He doesn’t take himself too seriously, and…

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    Elseworlds ‘Arrow’ Hour Two: Melissa Benoist and Ruby Rose Talk Supergirl and Batwoman Friendship

    Friendship has always been a staple in the Arrowverse. From Oliver and Tommy to Barry and Cisco, you can’t have superheroes with a good old super pal. It looks like Melissa Benoist’s Supergirl has found one in Ruby Rose’s Batwoman. Who remembers Batman vs. Superman? I unfortunately do. I also remember them fighting until they realised they both had mothers with the same forename. Superman’s adoptive mother was Martha Kent while Batman’s mother was Martha Wayne. For two members of the future Justice League, couldn’t they have found something worthwhile to argue over? Like… what their cousins might think? We know Superman’s cousin is Kara Zor-El a.k.a Supergirl thanks to…

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    Arrowverse News: ‘Supergirl’ Pre Credit Scene Teases The Monitor and 90s Flash For Elseworlds Crossover

    Ahead of next week’s annual crossover event, The CW’s Supergirl has given audiences a tease of what is coming. At the end of this week’s episode, Bunker Hill, we find ourselves on a battlefield with bodies strewn everywhere. The next shot gets everyone excited. A man dressed in red drags himself across the ground in clear agony. Another man crosses his path, telling him, he’s failed before he opens some kind of… spellbook? The man in red is none other than John Wesley Shipp’s The Flash from the 90s television series. How do we know this? Well, the subtitle that comes up before we see the bodies says Earth-90. The…