Crisis On Infinite Earths, the five-part Arrowverse crossover that aired over two months on The CW, has come to an end. Seth and Crazy Train are back to talk about the crossover and its effects on the rest of the Arrowverse.
SPOILER WARNING! This show contains heavy spoilers for Crisis On Infinite Earths. If you have not seen the event, stop now to avoid the story from getting spoiled.
Crisis On On Infinite Earths, the biggest CW/DC crossover to date, concluded with the final two episodes airing back-to-back. Like before, there were several references and Easter eggs for the ardent fans.
OBLIGATORY SPOILER WARNING: If you haven’t seen the episodes or read the comic, turn back now. Or else abandon all hope of avoiding spoilers.
Showrunner Marc Guggenheim promised there were more major cameos in store for Crisis On Infinite Earths, the latest in the annual Arrowverse crossover. Not only was that true, but the biggest cameo of all was kept a secret until tonight.
WARNING: This contains MAJOR SPOILERS for Crisis On Infinite Earths. If you don’t want to know any details, turn back now!
We’ve been paying a lot of attention to CW’s Crisis On Infinite Earths Arrowverse Crossover. Now that the series is at its halfway point, Seth and Train review the series so far and match the story up with their previous predictions. Plus, Train goes on a bit of a soapbox rant about how Batman has been depicted over the years.
One of the biggest fan-favorite things about The CW’s Crisis On Infinite Earths has been the sheer number of cameos. Some of them are played for comedy, some are serious, and others put closures on past characters.
SPOILERS: Obligatory Spoiler Warning! If you have not watched the first three episodes of Crisis On Infinite Earths, you may want to turn away. Come back after you’ve seen the episodes.
If the first episode of Crisis On Infinite Earths dropped bombshells, the second one dealt with the immediate ramifications. It didn’t take long for the heroes to retaliate after the major changes shook their worlds. And, much like the previous episode, there were more cameos and Easter Eggs to be found.
WARNING: This review has been dipped in Spicy Hot Spoiler Sauce. If you do not want to hear spoilers, come back after you’ve seen the episode.
The first episode of Crisis On Infinite Earths aired yesterday. The major changes to the Arrowverse were covered earlier. We also gave a crash course in the comic series in our last podcast. Here we will take a look at the Easter Eggs, cameos, and nods to the 1985 comic series.