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For months, fans of the CW’s Arrowverse anticipated the arrival of the Elseworlds crossover event and during the closing moments of the show they decided to tease the next year’s crossover in epic fashion with a quick title shot of the highly anticipated Crisis on Infinite Earths storyline. One of the biggest events in DC Comics history is coming to life in the fall of 2019 — but we believe all will not end well when the crisis arrives — The Green Arrow and Superman will likely die. See the hints and details about how these characters will parish and how the Arrowverse can live on after their deaths.
Anyway — so how do the events of Elseworlds lead to the Crisis on Infinite Earths? Well, the Monitor may have been causing all types of chaos and the deaths of others, but it was all in preparation for an even bigger battle — a battle against the Anti-Monitor, a classic DC Comics villain who is the main antagonist in the Crisis on Infinite Earths storyline. In the twelve-issue series, the DC multiverse is converged into one single Earth and universe. Expect to see some of the same epic stories unfold in the Arrowverse. During the Crisis on Earth X crossover event, we saw dozens of heroes come together including The Ray, Vixen, and Vibe. With new heroes like Constantine and the Elongated Man added to the mix this time around, expect the CW to pull out all the stops in bringing heroes into the story. The comic series featured nearly EVERY hero in DC history — and a majority of the villains as well.
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