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Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Rose is no stranger to selling action, but in and out of the cape and wig, she seems to struggle with mastering an American accent, which proves to be the episode's greatest shortcoming. But aside from a tantalizing easter egg from John Wesley Shipp's version of Barry Allen, in which the Earth-90 Flash sees Diggle and observes that he isn't wearing his ring (most likely a nod to the recurring fan theory that John Diggle is somehow John Stewart, aka Green Lantern), the bulk of the episode functions more as a backdoor pilot for Batwoman -- or, more promisingly, a smaller scale take on an Arrowverse iteration of the Justice League -- than an episode of Arrow. Because the episode is juggling so many disparate elements, Arrow's supporting cast gets the same short shrift that The Flash's did in "Part 1" -- although Oliver and Felicity are allowed to find some equilibrium in their relationship following last week's blowout, and Team Flash is arguably better integrated here than Cisco and Caitlin were in their own episode (yay for Nora Fries vs. Killer Frost). Thankfully, she has such great chemistry with Benoist when Kate and Kara are bonding over their more famous cousins, the wobbles feel more forgivable. While ostensibly designed as the Arrow portion of the crossover, this episode has to do a lot of heavy lifting in other areas - both in establishing Batwoman enough to sow the seeds for the heroine's potential spinoff series, and sufficiently explaining The Monitor's motives so that the final part of the crossover hopefully won't feel like a complete infodump when all is revealed. Arsenal (10 Dec 2018). FIRST TIME WATCHING! It aired on December 9, 2018. The switch was enjoyable,the intro was amazing. (For everything you need to know about Batwoman and her comic book history, click here.). Even more than "Part 1," the Arrow installment is stuffed so full of easter eggs that rewatching isn't just recommended, it's basically a necessity -- from Oliver namedropping Vesper Fairchild (an old flame of Bruce Wayne's), to the cavalcade of recognizable names and props in Arkham (Poison Ivy, Riddler, Penguin, and Clayface are among the inmates, along with a villain who seems to belong to the Court of Owls, judging by that mask), Bat-fans should find plenty to geek out over here.

Batwoman is given a memorable entrance (and the escape of several Arkham Asylum inmates is a perfect setup for her own solo series, if the CW picks it up), and the final few minutes offer a tantalizing clue about not just Part 3 of Elseworlds, but also an impending "Crisis" that could reshape the Arrowverse as we know it. Fuelled by the easy chemistry of Grant Gustin, Stephen Amell, and Melissa Benoist, the second installment of the crossover is one of the most enjoyable episodes from any of the shows in recent years.

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While it doesn't technically make sense that Barry would see Malcolm Merlyn and Oliver would see the Reverse Flash when hit by Scarecrow's fear gas (since even if their identities are swapped in this universe, their memories - and thus their fears - remain unchanged), it's a neat McGuffin that enables both heroes to see things from each other's perspective, and tees up a fun archer vs. speedster smackdown before Batwoman knocks some sense into them. The introduction of Batwoman and the promise of an impending Crisis make for a thrilling installment of the crossover. And while there are shades of The WB's shortlived Birds of Prey series in the idea that Batman has been missing from Gotham for several years, Ruby Rose has gravitas to spare while in costume as Batwoman -- even if her comics-accurate red wig looks a little bit cooler on the page than it does when translated to live-action. 5 of 10 people found this review helpful. Firestorm - This could be Earth-90's version of Ronnie Raymond, the original Firestorm. Green Arrow IGN Africa is operated under license by Little Empire, Speak With the Devil: A Q&A with Daredevil's Charlie Cox, The Mandalorian Season 2: The Rules of Beskar Armor and More Big Questions Answered, The Story Behind The Mandalorian Season 2 Premiere Creature, everything you need to know about Batwoman and her comic book history, click here, John Diggle is somehow John Stewart, aka Green Lantern, Monitor reveals that he's trying to prepare the universe for an imminent Crisis.

(credit only), Emiko Queen / Thankfully, she has such great chemistry with Benoist when Kate and Kara are bonding over their more famous cousins, the wobbles feel more forgivable. The introduction of Batwoman and the promise of an impending Crisis make for a thrilling installment of the crossover. (credit only), Clark Kent / Episode cast overview, first billed only: Roy Harper / Legends of Podcasting 31,475 views 39:39 (For everything you need to know about Batwoman and her comic book history, click here.). While it doesn't technically make sense that Barry would see Malcolm Merlyn and Oliver would see the Reverse Flash when hit by Scarecrow's fear gas (since even if their identities are swapped in this universe, their memories - and thus their fears - remain unchanged), it's a neat McGuffin that enables both heroes to see things from each other's perspective, and tees up a fun archer vs. speedster smackdown before Batwoman knocks some sense into them.

While ostensibly designed as the Arrow portion of the crossover, this episode has to do a lot of heavy lifting in other areas - both in establishing Batwoman enough to sow the seeds for the heroine's potential spinoff series, and sufficiently explaining The Monitor's motives so that the final part of the crossover hopefully won't feel like a complete infodump when all is revealed. Title: Everything We Know About Batman in the Arrowverse After Elseworlds, How the Arrowverse Elseworlds Crossover Sets Up a Batwoman Spinoff Series, Here Are The Games Coming Out in March 2020, everything you need to know about Batwoman and her comic book history, click here, John Diggle is somehow John Stewart, aka Green Lantern, Monitor reveals that he's trying to prepare the universe for an imminent Crisis. After seasons of teasing and namedropping, the Arrowverse finally takes us to Gotham for Part 2 of the "Elseworlds" crossover, introducing Ruby Rose as Batwoman (aka Kate Kane), and revealing why Oliver and Barry haven't crossed paths with Batman in all their years of crime-fighting. After seasons of teasing and namedropping, the Arrowverse finally takes us to Gotham for Part 2 of the "Elseworlds" crossover, introducing Ruby Rose as Batwoman (aka Kate Kane), and revealing why Oliver and Barry haven't crossed paths with Batman in all their years of crime-fighting. While we seem to be leaving Batwoman behind (for now), the episode's final moments offer an even more intriguing tease for "Part 3," as the Monitor reveals that he's trying to prepare the universe for an imminent Crisis -- a term that has major implications for the Arrowverse, and particularly for Barry Allen, as multiple realities are on the verge of colliding... Editor's note: Jesse Schedeen was unable to review this week's episode of Arrow, so IGN Executive TV Editor Laura Prudom reviewed it in his stead. This review contains spoilers for Arrow Season 7, episode 9, which is Part 2 of the DC TV "Elseworlds" crossover event. In those respects, "Elseworlds Part 2" is an impressive feat; writer/executive producer Marc Guggenheim is spinning a lot of narrative plates in this hour, but you never get the sense that any of them are on the verge of slipping. That actually works in the episode's favor, both because it carries over the humor of "Part 1" (Grant Gustin's tongue-in-cheek recreation of Stephen Amell's usual Arrow episode introduction is delightful, as is Oliver's staunch insistence that Batman is just an urban legend), and because the introduction of Batwoman allows for some pretty inventive fight sequences around Arkham.

View production, box office, & company info, Editors' Picks: Our Favorites From the Week of Dec. 9. This review contains spoilers for Arrow Season 7, episode 9, which is Part 2 of the DC TV "Elseworlds" crossover event. Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist. While we seem to be leaving Batwoman behind (for now), the episode's final moments offer an even more intriguing tease for "Part 3," as the Monitor reveals that he's trying to prepare the universe for an imminent Crisis -- a term that has major implications for the Arrowverse, and particularly for Barry Allen, as multiple realities are on the verge of colliding... Editor's note: Jesse Schedeen was unable to review this week's episode of Arrow, so IGN Executive TV Editor Laura Prudom reviewed it in his stead.

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