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Arrow. Main article: Flash vs. Arrow (crossover event). The first annual Allen in Central City to see his superpowers for herself, meets and helps Team Flash. "Flash vs. Arrow" is the first annual Arrowverse crossover event, broadcast on The CW, featuring episodes of the Arrowverse television series The Flash and. Episode cast overview, first billed only: Oliver senses there is more to Barry than meets the eye, but he's distracted by the similarities between this current case Arrow: Did he give you the mirakuru? Features The Flash () See more».
While the viewer can enjoy the interaction between the teams everything that happens in the episode pushes "this The Flash's stories forward".
Arrow" was everything a fan could have wanted from a crossover event," noting it was "tight, well-paced, superbly written and, most importantly, fun She noted this episode demonstrated how comic book ideas "can translate to the small screen if done with this much care, joy and enthusiasm". Given the "hype" she admired, and was "surprised" by the fact that even "with a little added Oliver, Felicity and Diggle thrown in," the crossover was not the focus of the whole episode.
Noting that the crossover "wasted some of its potential by delivering two mostly standalone episodes," the Arrow episode was "more consistently entertaining and satisfying than the first". He enjoyed Captain Boomerang suggesting he could be the "most memorable villain to debut this season". Schedeen enjoyed the teams continuing to cross paths, the drama between Barry and Ollie, and "the balance between light and dark [the crossover] needed".
Club gave the episode an "A-", saying it ". The Flash is "the brave one", who "inspires with his courage" though his "simplistic sense of right and wrong" can lead him to overlook "the darker side of what they do".
Oliver is "the bold one", "willing to do whatever it takes to see justice served". He noted that "both heroes channel their respective cities into their character".
Barry Allen's approach to crimefighting is effervescent and "carefree" reflecting "Central City's cutting-edge technology" and "squeaky-clean streets".
He felt the writing was clever in that it allowed the characters to "clash at times, but also He felt the shows' creative teams should be "applauded" for avoiding a "half-assed bid for ratings" instead turning the crossover "into something that brought out the best of each show".
Rozeman argued that if "Flash vs. Arrow" proves that The Flash can stand on its own, then "The Brave and the Bold" is "a great demonstration that Arrow has some fire in it yet.
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Noting that both episodes worked well as standalones, "Flash vs. He felt the cinematic scoring was "great" giving the episode 4. Arrow" crossover the 9th biggest television moment of saying, "There are crossovers.Arrow Barry Allen The Flash in Arrow's Base for the 1st time
And there are superhero shows. Granted both invasions took place on Earth-1, not Earth, but Supergirl's cousin would've been helpful in either situation. It's possible that crossover's will be the most cataclysmic one yet. Perhaps, and this is pure speculation, the crossover will see Supergirl captured or incapacitated in some way.
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If Supergirl isn't put into danger, maybe her world will be threatened instead. For obvious reasons, Earth-1 has been treated as the primary world of the Arrowverse.
It would be interesting to switch things up and see Earth be under siege for once, requiring Kara to call upon Barry Allen, Oliver Queen and her cousin to save the universe. Regardless of how Superman factors into the crossover, his existence is a big step forward for the Arrowverse.
Superman has been one hero in DC Comics lore that's almost always been isolated, outside of the movies and comics. Superman joining the crossover and having evidently so much interaction with Green Arrow and Flash breaks down that wall at last.
There are still no plans for Batman to join the Arrowversebut Superman could play a much larger role in the Arrowverse in the future.