Latest pictures from 'Elseworlds' crossover suggest a fight between Arrow, The Flash, and black-suited Superman
The crossover will introduce Ruby Rose as Batwoman, while Barry Allen is seen dressed as the Green Arrow and Oliver Queen is adorned in the Flash's suit
The DC Universe has grown multifold since 'Arrow' first debuted. The CW has since launched five shows that co-exist in the same universe and we expect 'Batwoman' to be added next year. In the last few years, we have seen several crossovers that bring the shows together and this year with the 'Elseworlds' crossover, we expect to see three shows come together for three episodes.
These crossover episodes, scheduled to air at the beginning of December, will see the Arrowverse visit other unexplored Earths within The CW's multiverse, which is expected to be the biggest twist of this year's crossover and make it better than previous crossovers. In recent posters released by the network, we have seen the alter-egos dressed in each other's superhero costumes, leaving fans intrigued as to what exactly the crossover will entail.
The crossover will introduce Ruby Rose as Batwoman, while Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) is seen dressed as the Green Arrow and Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) is adorned in the Flash's suit. As to why they have traded places, this can only be answered by the crossover episodes.
Meanwhile, new pictures have surfaced where we can see a black-suited Superman (Tyler Hoechlin) attacking the Flash, while Arrow points his bow and arrow at them. The context of this scene is not known, but it has got us all pretty excited. The photo unites almost all the heroes and we can see that there is room for more than one Superman. According to CBR.com, the black-suited Superman could be a villainous doppelganger.
Apart from the heroes in the picture, John Wesley Shipp will be seen in action in his classic 1990s Flash costume reported Wegotthiscovered. With new information like this surfacing almost every other day, it is difficult to know how these characters fit in the crossover episodes that appears to be a big puzzle.
Thankfully we are getting closer to the legendary 'Elseworlds' crossover. The Arrowverse crossover begins on The CW on December 9 with 'The Flash', followed by 'Arrow' on December 10 and finally ending on December 11 with 'Supergirl'.