Here we are ladies and gentleman this was another amazing part to the crossover! And we have quite a lot of things that happened that we will talk about! So let’s get to this review!
Okay so I was super excited yesterday and was super duper excited for part two to see what happened next. Now I truly understand why they had to slow the pace down just a tad for this episode, especially with the death they had last episode. But it wouldn’t be an amazing story without the crazy side plot of Lex Luthor (Jon Cryer) trying to kill all the supermen of the multi-verse. But I find it humorous that after Earth-197 I believe it was for Smallville series being a part of the multi-verse but it’s because of that earth’s Clark Kent/Superman (Tom Welling) not having his powers anymore in order to have a normal life and family with Lois (Erica Durance) Lex chose to leave that Superman alone. But I feel like this is a good way to close the story with Smallville it truly is a happy ending and everyone gets what they want in that world, let’s just hope that it survives in this Crisis.
The Monitor (LaMonica Garrett) sent Kate/Batwoman (Ruby Rose) and Kara/Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) to Earth-99 to retrieve The Dark Knight himself. That’s right peoples we got a very older and Frank Miller style Bruce Wayne/Batman (Kevin Conroy) in this episode. Just having this version of Bruce on the series made me squeal and jump up and down in joy. So many years I’ve been wondering how it would be to have Kevin Conroy as Batman in a live action movie or tv series and this is exactly the way how I saw it in my mind. I’m so happy to have him and he did a phenomenal job as Bruce Wayne in this series. I give Mr. Conroy a stand ovation for that performance even if it was only one of the many different Bruce Wayne’s of the multiverse he could always come back on the series as a different one.
Even though Earth-99’s Bruce wasn’t the answer to being the paragon it was always Kate who was meant to be the paragon. So we have Kara/Supergirl of Earth-38 as Hope paragon, Kate/Batwoman of Earth-1 as Courage paragon, Clark/Superman (Brandon Routh) as Truth paragon, Sara/White Canary (Caity Lotz) as one of the other paragons and I think they had to still find the others but it’s unclear.
How about that Superman fight in this episode. That was one hell of a great fight that was brought to us Brandon Routh’s Superman Returns Superman vs Earth-38’s Superman (Tyler Hoechlin) I loved that fight and I love that Routh’s Superman made that comment about not the first other Superman he’s fought against and threw that easter egg about his son Jason. That kid has to be at least in his teens or twenties by now.
And let’s not forget about the side plot of Mia/New Green Arrow (Katherine McNamara) and Barry/The Flash (Grant Gustin) wanting to bring Oliver/Green Arrow (Stephen Amell) back to life. Truth be told I feel like they shouldn’t have tried but I guess it’s a side plot that will “to be continued” in the second half of the crossover. But it was awesome seeing Earth-18’s Jonah Hex (Johnathan Schaech) protecting North Dakota’s Lazarus Pit. And having Constantine (Matt Ryan) in the crossover is always an awesome bonus.
For Batwoman we will see the series return in January!
Crisis Next Episode: The Flash (S06E09) “Crisis On Infinite Earths Part Three” airs Tuesday December 10, 2019 at 8/7c on The CW