That’s right ladies and gents Crossover Palooza is almost here! Starting Monday November 28th the 4 night crossover event will carry out across The CW’s DC Universe starting with Supergirl. The crossover will continue through The Flash on Tuesday November 29th, Arrow on Wednesday November 30th and finish with DC’s Legends of Tomorrow on Thursday December 1st.
The trailer for the CW event showed us a little bit of the action to come. Everyone teams up to take on aliens or World War Z zombies as Barry refers to them. And by everyone I mean everyone: Supergirl, The Flash, HR Wells, Caitlin Snow, Cisco Ramone aka Vibe, The Green Arrow, Wild Dog, Spartan, Artemis, Ragman, Felicity Smoak, Sarah Lance aka White Canary, Ray Palmer aka The Atom, Mick Rory aka Heat Wave, Amaya aka Vixen, Nate Heywood aka Citizen Steel (who has acquired himself a super suit) and the team of Martin Stein and Jefferson Jax also known as Firestorm. There will also be an appearance by the infamous Deathstroke aka Slade Wilson in this crossover event. He appears for a second in the trailer about 15 seconds in.
According to inverse.com, the aliens the heroes will be facing are called the Dominators, an invading alien species that wants to take out humanity. If you remember the first time Barry met Supergirl in season 2, she was not aware of any of the other DC heroes like The Flash or The Green Arrow. Supergirl is in her own DC Universe not directly connected to one another like The Flash, Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow are. Therefore Barry has to do some traveling in the multiverse to get Supergirl into the arrow-verse in which his world exists. Barry will bring her in hopes that she can help decimate the alien problem and they sure will need it as the aliens are rumored to have mind-controlling abilities.
The trailer itself shows sequences where Supergirl and The Flash look to be fighting in tandem and then Oliver blaming Barry for their predicament. It seems like each episode of the crossover will stay true to the universe it is in. Meaning, The Flash episode will have its light hearted feel while the Arrow episode will have its usual darker tone.
It looks like a lot of action and humor are coming our way. Check out the trailer for yourself:
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