Synopsis for "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part One"
Appearing in "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part One"
- Batwoman (Kate Kane)
- Flash (Barry Allen)
- Green Arrow (Mia Smoak) (First appearance as Green Arrow)
- Green Arrow (Oliver Queen) (Dies)
- Alura (Dies)
- Kelly Olsen
- Lena Luthor
- Lois Lane
- Pariah (Harrison Nash Wells) (First appearance as Pariah)
- Alexander Knox (Cameo) (Apparent Death)
- Batman (In a photograph only)
- Dark Arrow (Flashback only)
- Dick Grayson (Cameo) (Apparent Death)
- Dominators (Flashback only)
- Green Arrow (Earth-16)
- Hawk (Earth-9) (Cameo) (Apparent Death)
- Jonathan Kent (First appearance)
- Lex Luthor (Flashback only)
- The Ray (Ray Terrill) (Cameo) (Apparent Death)
- Robin (Earth-9) (Cameo) (Apparent Death)
- Spike (Cameo)
- Tagumo (Flashback only)
- Alana (Mentioned only)
- Alice (Mentioned only)
- Cisco Ramon (Mentioned only)
- Daxamites (Mentioned only)
- Doomsday (Mentioned only)
- Eve Tessmacher (Mentioned only)
- Felicity Smoak (Mentioned only)
- General Zod (Mentioned only)
- Iris West (Mentioned only)
- James Olsen (Mentioned only)
- Janis Joplin (Mentioned only)
- John Deegan (Mentioned only)
- Joker (Mentioned only)
- Lex Luthor (Mentioned only)
- President Plastino (Mentioned only)
- William Harris (Mentioned only)
- Multiverse (Origin)
- Earth-9 (Destroyed)
- San Francisco (Destroyed)
- Earth-38 (Destroyed)
- Earth-66 (Destroyed)
- Gotham City (Destroyed)
- Earth-89 (Destroyed)
- Earth-X (Destroyed)
- Guardian's Shield
- Trick Arrows
- Transmatter Portal
- Book of Destiny (Mentioned only)
- Myriad (Mentioned only)
- This episode is the first part of the Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover and continues in the Batwoman episode "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Two".
- As it was previously foreshadowed, Oliver Queen dies in Crisis.
- Similarly to the The Flash (1990) TV show, introduced to the Multiverse in the Elseworlds crossover after a past glimpse in the Speed Force, other DC's TV and movie properties are shown to be part of the Multiverse.
- Earth-9 is shown to be the universe of the Titans TV show, featuring the cameos of Curran Walters and Alan Ritchson as Jason Todd and Hank Hall.
- Earth-66 seems to refer to the Batman (1966) TV show with Burt Ward returning as an aged Dick Grayson.
- Earth-89 seems to refer to Tim Burton's Batman movie series with Robert Wuhl returning as Alexander Knox and the picture cameo of Michael Keaton as the Batman.
- Russell Tovey also cameos as The Ray from the Crisis on Earth-X crossover.
- There are some callbacks to the original Crisis on Infinite Earths:
- The Monitor's monologue of the birth of the Multiverse is very similar to the one from the first pages of Crisis on Infinite Earths #1.
- Clark and Lois sends their son Jonathan away as Alexander Luthor, Sr. and his wife Lois did with their son Alex Luthor at the beginning of the original event.
- Nash Wells had already freed the Anti-Monitor from his prison and he had now become Pariah, similarly to his comics' counterpart Kell Mossa aka Pariah who liberated the Anti-Monitor.
- The death of Oliver Queen by the Shadow Demons mirrors the end of Oliver Queen of Earth-Two in Crisis on Infinite Earths #12.
- The Earth designation of some realities are references to important years:
- Titans' Earth-designation as Earth-9 might be inspired by the number of Titans alive by the end of Season 2.
- Despite its appearance as Earth-89, this universe is slightly different from the one depicted in the movies as the Joker is referred to be still alive while he was killed at the end of Batman.
- The Ray survived Earth-X's annihilation and became part of The Monitor's forces..
- It was confirmed that the Legends had already travelled through the Multiverse when they arrived on future Star City.. However, Earth-16's depiction is different as Oliver did not recognized Sara from their previous encounter.
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Links and References
- Crisis on Infinite Earths (Arrowverse) at Wikipedia.org
- "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part One" at the Arrowverse Wiki
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