'Arrow', 'The Flash', 'Supergirl', 'Legends Of Tomorrow' Latest, News & Update: Four Exciting Posters Of The Crossover Event Released; Barry Allen's 2056 Message Revealed?
With just one week way from the much awaited annual Arrowverse crossover, The CW Network has released official posters of each show involved. "Arrow", "The Flash" and the crossover first timers DC's "Legends of Tomorrow" and "Supergirl" got their very own posters that were taken in front a very familiar building.
Each of the posters featured their alien enemy The Dominators along with their episode synopsis for the 4-way crossover event. "Supergirl" poses with The Martian Manhunter and a breach on her side that would connect her Earth to Earth 1. "The Flash" together with Cisco Ramon, The Green "Arrow" with Felicity Smoak and John Diggle, and the time travelers of DC's "Legends of Tomorrow" lead by White Canary, Sara Lance.
The background building that was used in the posters resembled the Hall of Justice, the headquarters in the "Justice League" animated series according to Comic Book. Meanwhile, Barry Allen's message from the year 2056 will be revealed about what the information given was for in the "Arrow", "Flash", "Supergirl" and "Legends of Tomorrow" crossover event.
"It sort of comes out in dribs and drabs. It's a big mystery and a big deal. It's a spoiler if I give you too much information, but it's just part of the whole mystery of time travel." said Victor Garber who plays the other half of the Firestorm in the "Arrow", "Flash", "Supergirl" and "Legends of Tomorrow" crossover. "And that all happens in the crossover, so it just sort of unfolds as these things do on these shows, and lots of things occur in that time period," he said to CBR.
The crossover event is based on the 1988, DC Comics miniseries entitled "Invasion!" written by Keith Giffen and Bill Mantlo. The CW- DCTV crossover event will begin in the last scenes of "Supergirl" on Monday, November 28 followed by "The Flash" on Tuesday, "Arrow" on Wednesday and "Legends of Tomorrow" on Thursday.