The CW’s recent “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover event exposed more people than ever before to the concept of DC’s Multiverse—the expanse of differing “Earths," each with their own unique makeup of superheroes and villains.
It’s never good when a Kryptonian goes bad. So, when Kara Zor-El was dramatically clipped by one of the Batman Who Laughs’ batarangs, the already overwhelming odds facing Superman and Batman got a lot worse…if not downright insurmountable.
We’re only two nights in, and yet “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” the five-night DCTV crossover event currently airing on The CW, has already given us appearances from Batman’s Alexander Knox, Titans’ Robin and Hawk, a red-and
If Oliver Queen’s shocking early death in the first chapter of “Crisis on Infinite Earths” surprised you, imagine what it must feel like to Mia Smoak, his time-displaced daughter who had finally been getting to know her father after a lifeti
It seems impossible to imagine that when Oliver Queen shot his first arrow at a tennis ball back in 2012’s Arrow premiere, he was heading down a path that would eventually bring one of DC’s most defining, and complex, stories to the