This Year’s The CW Superhero Crossover is Titled Elseworlds!
This Year’s The CW Superhero Crossover is Titled Elseworlds!
Arrowverse Crossover Event Gets 'Elseworlds' Title, More Casting News
28 September, 2018, 03:42
"It's an interesting title because usually in DC Comics, the title of Elseworlds is usually used to classify stories that are out of DC Continuity, "what if" stories". Now, we have our first hint at to what this crossover's story might entail, as the event now has a name: Elseworlds.
Of course, this event is also scheduled to feature the debut of Ruby Rose's Batwoman and Gotham - could they possibly be coming in from an alternate universe as well?
In addition, TV Line reports that LaMonica Garrett will appear in the crossover as Mar Novu aka The Monitor, described for the series as "an extraterrestrial being of infinite power". The CW also announced that George Pérez (who along with Marv Wolfman created the Monitor in the classic "Crisis on Infinite Earths") will illustrate a sketch of the Monitor that plays a prominent role in the crossover's story.
The official Arrow Twitter account has released a new poster for The CW's three-night Arrow-verse superhero crossover event, now titled Elseworlds. But the name Elseworlds suggests we'll see alternate takes on the central heroes instead, something we haven't really seen for most of these characters, at least not too much.
The CW recently set the dates for the annual Arrowverse crossover, with this year's storyline heading to Gotham City, a place previously off-limits to The CW. Although Oliver Queen has talked about Bruce Wayne on Arrow before, referencing Gotham City there, so ... who knows, honestly. Personally, I'm hoping we get a world in which all these comic characters exist and work together, maybe on some sort of team or, dare I say.
Revealed by the CW today, Elseworlds will kick off in the USA on the December 9 episode of The Flash, before taking over Arrow and then Supergirl on Monday December 10 and Tuesday December 11, respectively.
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