Not long ago CW had a complete roster of superhero series, that included Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, and Black lightening. Now, the network is about to welcome new vigilante in, Batwoman. Just as the series that started it all, Arrow is bidding farewell.
On the other hand, Kevin Conroy, who voiced the Dark knight on Batman: The animated, Justice League unlimited, the Arkham video games and many more production, has been signed on to play an aging Bruce Wayne in “Crisis on Infinite Earths” during the TCAs. It has shown a huge fan service; it shows a new seed for the next series in the network.
The DC Legends of Universe have already established the idea of time travel in the Arrowverse, which gives a clear hint of the character being introduced on that series as a time traveler from the future.
During the second season of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, viewers were introduced to the Justice Society of America. Various members appeared throughout the season, such as Hourman, Doctor Mid-Nite, and Stargirl. However, a lot of them, ultimately, ended up dead. But death doesn’t mean much in the superhero genre, and there are many ways in which the JSA could return. After all, who knows what type of ramifications “Crisis on Infinite Earths” will have? Perhaps another version of the team could even come into play.
At the end of last year’s crossover event, “Elseworlds,” we learned that Lois Lane and Clark Kent were expecting a child who they were going to raise in Argo City. While the identity of the child hasn’t been revealed yet, we do know the character will debut in “Crisis on Infinite Earths.” Current speculation would have us believe the crossover will introduce Jon Kent, Lois and Clark’s super-powered son from the comic books.