Crisis On Infinite Earths: What Does The Ending Really Mean?

Ezra Miller's The Flash appears on'Crisis On Infinite Earths

Crisis On Infinite Earths: What Does The Ending Really Mean?

"Thank you to @dccomics". Wally has been a regular fixture in the Arrowverse since 2015, when actor Keiynan Lonsdale stepped into the role, and while we haven't seen much of Kid Flash since Legends of Tomorrow's season three finale, Kid Flash is already scheduled to return to The Flash after Crisis. Let us know in the comment section! I got a phone call from [Warner Bros. boss] Peter Roth saying, "I know you're locked, but can you put Ezra into the crossover?"

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Apparently, Miller's Barry got his superhero codename from his brief interaction with Gustin's Barry.

The Anti-Monitor was unfortunately still around and still had to be defeated, with help from a bomb that would keep him in a constant state of getting smaller, and the team took care of it relatively easily even though he made himself realllllly big first. However, what was most interesting about the meeting is the questions it left unanswered about the links between the two worlds.

"8 seasons and an entire Universe seems like a pretty good time to step away", he wrote. As it turns out, Miller wasn't added until very late in the game. Though the crisis is never explicitly mentioned, Miller's dumbstruck response suggests nothing has happened on his Earth-after all, it would be hard to forget the skies turning red and everything you know being obliterated. "Meanwhile, the origin stories for The Monitor (guest star LaMonica Garrett) and Anti-Monitor are revealed". Regardless, Miller's Flash was blissfully unaware of the threat to his world. Until now, that was by far Crisis on Infinite Earths' most surprising cameo.

In the episode, Miller's Flash starts to fade into nothingness, but not before he says, "I told Victor this is possible", a reference to Cyborg, a.k.a. Victor Stone (Ray Fisher). Even though the characters from movies like Justice League and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice don't exist in the Arrowverse on a day-to-day basis, they are part of that larger multiverse. And maybe Arrowverse characters could appear in a future DC film, like The Flash movie expected in 2022.

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