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Part two of DC's ambitious crossover is just as relentless as the first installment, if even smoother around the edges, masterfully juggling many characters, emotions, and Easter eggs to a satisfying result.
This episode is only the second part, but every moment counts, and the writing fits as much as it can in every single minute.
The relationship they started building between Kate and Kara took a major leap forward tonight and it seems like the ladies are poised to take on a bigger leadership role going forward. Perhaps the future is female after all.
Suddenly, it's Superman vs. Superman in an epic battle.
Overall I think this episode was better than part one... this episode was really strong.
It was an engaging offering with a lively pace, some familiar faces/voices, and quite possibly the funniest inside joke ever written in the Arrow-verse.
Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part 2 packs in all the emotion and epic DC cameos fans could ask for.
Batwoman's offering of the crossover successfully follows a strong opener... allows us to catch up with some of our Smallville favourites in a surprisingly character-driven affair - all while managing to bring the main villain into play.
Slowing things down for part two was certainly the right choice. So much happened in the first hour that it took nearly a whole day to digest it all.
This episode offered a ton of great easter eggs.
Crisis Part 2 was a stronger installment in part it was because it honored the spirit of the comic source material instead of adapting it step by step on a TV budget.
"Part Two" of Crisis on Infinite Earths had plenty of fun cameos and action sequences, but it's mostly setting up what's to come when the Paragons band together to defeat Anti-Monitor.
Sure there are some fun character moments and easter eggs, but when you find yourself going "oh I wish we would've seen Sara, Barry, and Ray react to this Waverider having Snart as its Gideon," for instance, it's disappointing.