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Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Two is an episode of season 1 of Batwoman. It premiered on December 9, 2019.

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  • This episode is the second part of the Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover. The story continues from the Supergirl episode "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part One" and is continued in the The Flash episode, "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Three".
  • Similarly to "Part One", this episode introduces other DC's live-action properties into the Multiverse.
  • Both Earth-96 and Earth-167 feature future versions of their original universes; however, there are some differences between these realities and their original continuities:
    • Earth-96 Superman states that "This is the second time I've gone crazy and fought myself" that is presumably a reference to the events of the film Superman III. As Superman Returns was stated by the filmmakers to serves as a sequel to the Richard Donner films Superman and Superman II (despite clearly taking place in a clearly different time period) but it ignored the events of Superman III and IV, this line may have been an attempt to re-canonize the events of, at least, the third film.
    • Clark Kent of Earth-167 is currently powerless but, in the flashforward of Season 10 of Smallville, he was still Superman and Lois was never shown to be pregnant. Moreover, in Season 11, Clark had already faced the menace of the Monitors and the end of the Multiverse, which was shown to be composed by different Earths, while, in this episode, Lois seems to be uncomfortable with the idea of an existing Multiverse.
    • However, it is eventually revealed in the Titans episode, "Dude, Where's My Gar" that the events of this episode actually show the Pre-Crisis continuities, while the original events take place in the Post-Crisis continuities.
  • This episode fully introduces the concept of Paragons, seven individuals, who embodies the purest virtues, that are the Multiversal greatest heroes and can prevent the destruction of the Multiverse.


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