Episode 1: Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 5 [Crossover]

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by Snootz
Jan 14, 2020 11:41PM EST
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I won't spoil it for those who haven't seen it. But this show indicated a huge possibility of spin off shows, from the characters they shown, near the end. I hope that we get to see some of these new characters. Especially that giant 'thing' (so not to spoil it) in Earth 2. I am surprised they shown other Dc shows, that are not CW related though.
I won't spoil it for those who haven't seen it. But this show indicated a huge possibility of spin off shows, from the characters they shown, near the end. I hope that we get to see some of these new characters. Especially that giant 'thing' (so not to spoil it) in Earth 2. I am surprised they shown other Dc shows, that are not CW related though.
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Jan 21, 2020 2:40AM EST
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So, the Antimonitor is just like Apocalypse from X-Men...and the heroes yet again came up with the last minute solution and were able to construct some sort of gizmo in the matter of seconds, thus rendering previous episodes completely useless. How original... I can't believe that there are still people who enjoy these low-quality shows. They don't explore new themes, they have horrible CGI and corny dialogues. With other shows and movies trying to push the superhero genre further (The Boys and MCU), CW only drags it down. This feels like the goofiest shit from the 80s cartoons. And I know it's neat to see all the characters come together, but that's just fanservice that wears off quickly. I'm not willing to forget all the negatives just because they showed Smallville or Lucifer for a minute. And don't forget about the superhero fatigue. It affects audience's perception as well, especially if the shows overstay their welcome. I think WB made yet another poor choice entrusting CW with DC property.
So, the Antimonitor is just like Apocalypse from X-Men...and the heroes yet again came up with the last minute solution and were able to construct some sort of gizmo in the matter of seconds, thus rendering previous episodes completely useless. How original... I can't believe that there are still people who enjoy these low-quality shows. They don't explore new themes, they have horrible CGI and corny dialogues. With other shows and movies trying to push the superhero genre further (The Boys and MCU), CW only drags it down. This feels like the goofiest shit from the 80s cartoons. And I know it's neat to see all the characters come together, but that's just fanservice that wears off quickly. I'm not willing to forget all the negatives just because they showed Smallville or Lucifer for a minute. And don't forget about the superhero fatigue. It affects audience's perception as well, especially if the shows overstay their welcome. I think WB made yet another poor choice entrusting CW with DC property.

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