Hard to believe it’s already here, but a scant two weeks will see the combined mights of Supergirl, Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow assembling for the four-night, three-part “Invasion!” crossover. Just in case you couldn’t wait any longer to find out how each episode interlocks, check out all four synopsis of The CW’s DC series for the week, including Arrow’s 100th episode!
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This week, almost everyone has a lot of important life choices to try to sort out! Also, there’s a giant purple monster! "Changing" was directed by Larry Teng from a story by Greg Berlanti and a teleplay by Andrew Kreisberg and Caitlin Parrish.
Supergirl set off something of a mini-mystery with news that Cyborg Superman would appear in next week’s “The Darkest Place,” forcing producers to clarify that Tyler Hoechlin wouldn’t be returning just yet. A number of probable candidates could possibly fill the cyborg boots, but our first trailer for “The Darkest Place” may have revealed an unexpectedly obvious solution.
There’s going to be quite a bit to take in when Supergirl, Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow all get together for one epic crossover, and The CW isn’t shy about showing off the goods. Meet the alien Dominators threatening Earth in an extended, spoiler-iffic trailer for the four-night event!
If there’s one thing Supergirl got shortchanged on, it’s hanging out with all the various heroes of The CW’s DC dramas. No longer, as our first new crossover “Invasion!” footage features Kara Zor-El blissfully meeting the heroes and Legends of another universe.
We’ve seen a flicker or two of footage from the combined mights of Supergirl, Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow, but nothing concrete before the week of November 28. Now, new photos from the four-part event show us some of the action, along with a surprise return, and one seriously expansive cast.
Supergirl snuck in a surprise announcement with the recent press release confirming the debut of DC villain “Cyborg Superman,” though the text was less than clear on who might be underneath (or woven around) said tech. We’ve had some theories, but if anyone was expecting a certain Super face from the past, we can apparently rule that one out.
The CW has managed to keep most footage of its four-way crossover between Supergirl, Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow under wraps, but as we’ve long known, you don’t get this many superheroes together without a little friction. So it is, that new reports tease how the Dominators will potentially pit the CW’s DC heroes against one another.
We've all heard by now that Young Justice is finally coming back for a third season. But we don't know anything yet about what that's going to consist of. For DC fans like myself, one of the best things about Young Justice was its expansiveness. This was a show about an ever-growing team of teen heroes, in a world full of other heroes and villains.
Anyone could show up on Young Justice. It featured Mal Duncan as the Guardian, and had a subplot revolving around Zatanna, Zatara, and Doctor Fate. You never knew who from the DC Universe was going to appear next, either as a member of the team, or as a guest for an episode or two. With the show coming back, we've decided to speculate on which characters might make their debut in Young Justice's third season. Here are some DC teens we want to see added to the mix.
This week, alien weapons hit the streets, and hit Supergirl; Mon-El tries to figure out how to be an Earthling, Alex tries to figure out if she likes girls, and Jimmy tries to figure out how to not just be a sidekick. “Crossfire” was directed by Glen Winter from a script by Gabriel Llanas and Anna Musky-Goldwyn.