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"Elseworlds, Part 3" wraps up the crossover fun in style, tying up enough loose ends to satisfy while providing a few unexpected twists to keep fans on their toes.
We close with the words "Coming Fall 2019: Crisis on Infinite Earths." But ... but ... I want it nowwwww!
The finale didn't force people to speculate about what could be next year's crossover: Instead. it seemed to promise that, come winter 2019, the "Arrowverse" will face a "Crisis on Infinite Earths."
All in all, "Elseworlds" wound up being a fun if imperfect crossover event, and I think there's a lot the Arrowverse can learn from it moving forward.
The third and final episode of the crossover was Supergirl's installment, and it ended on a cliffhanger that teases so much more than we usually get out of a crossover ending.
This episode did a great job wrapping up this story and a great job at setting up the next crossover.
Yes, we got a Superman vs. Evil Superman face off, some great life lessons for our heroes, and a grand adventure to fix reality.
It was a fun, if a bit on the nose, start to a concept with lots of exciting of potential. From there though, things started to drag and deflate.
I really enjoyed Barry and Oliver's back and forth banter. They seem to have a stronger bond now that they understand what it's like to walk, or run, in each other's shoes.
Supergirl has maintained the remarkable high standards of its previous season, with the show currently one of the most fascinating and all-encompassing titles on the box.
The Big Damn Arrowverse Crossover came to its conclusion last night, and while the plot kind of descended into chaos and a slew of unanswered questions, it also provided a lot of fun geek-out moments - and even a few genuine Oliver Queen smiles.
The plot is half-baked, and mostly is just used to set up next year's larger crossover, "Crisis on Infinite Earths." Despite this, the crossover was a success in many ways, because of its compelling character-work and writing.
While the boys recruit the Man of Steel, the Supergirl chapter of the crossover takes some time to show that sisterhood can't be taken down by something as silly as a man with a book.