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** The first one is probably ''La Storia Infinita'', a transposition of the basic plot of ''Literature/TheNeverendingStory''[[note]]It was never printed in English, but [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes rumor has it you can find it]] on [[www.neverendingstorydisney.jimdo.com this website]] with the password [[spoiler: Scanlation]][[/note]][[note]]The website no longer works, but go [[https://issuu.com/thomas.grazia/docs/topolino_1883_-_paperino_in_la_storia_infinita_ here]] if you want to check out the coomic anyway.[[/note]]. The story opens by an emergency meeting of all the heroes in the Disney universe (and we do mean all: not just from the comics, but also from the movies, including the more obscure ones) to try to solve the threat of the Nothing, a [[EldritchAbomination maybe-sentient cosmic force]] that is absorbing the whole universe and replacing it with blank, featureless [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin nothingness]]. WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse [[TheChosenOne is chosen]] to look for a solution, and, after getting help from [[Disney/TheSwordInTheStone Merlin]] and Disney/{{Dumbo}}, finds out that Donald is the ''real'' [[TheChosenOne Chosen One]]. On the way, they fight various Franchise/DisneyVillains led by Maleficent. However, this story differs from traditional Crisis Crossovers in that the hundreds of summoned crossover heroes do very little, since Mickey, Donald, and ''maybe'' Dumbo are doing most of the adventuring and the others are just hanging around in the Castle the whole time; it was also a self-contained two-part story arc, rather than spanning several titles.

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** The first one is probably ''La Storia Infinita'', a transposition of the basic plot of ''Literature/TheNeverendingStory''[[note]]It was never printed in English, but [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes rumor has it you can find it]] on [[www.neverendingstorydisney.jimdo.com this website]] with the password [[spoiler: Scanlation]][[/note]][[note]]The website no longer works, but go [[https://issuu.com/thomas.grazia/docs/topolino_1883_-_paperino_in_la_storia_infinita_ here]] if you want to check out the coomic anyway.[[/note]]. The story opens by an emergency meeting of all the heroes in the Disney universe (and we do mean all: not just from the comics, but also from the movies, including the more obscure ones) to try to solve the threat of the Nothing, a [[EldritchAbomination maybe-sentient cosmic force]] that is absorbing the whole universe and replacing it with blank, featureless [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin nothingness]]. WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse [[TheChosenOne is chosen]] to look for a solution, and, after getting help from [[Disney/TheSwordInTheStone [[WesternAnimation/TheSwordInTheStone Merlin]] and Disney/{{Dumbo}}, WesternAnimation/{{Dumbo}}, finds out that Donald is the ''real'' [[TheChosenOne Chosen One]]. On the way, they fight various Franchise/DisneyVillains led by Maleficent. However, this story differs from traditional Crisis Crossovers in that the hundreds of summoned crossover heroes do very little, since Mickey, Donald, and ''maybe'' Dumbo are doing most of the adventuring and the others are just hanging around in the Castle the whole time; it was also a self-contained two-part story arc, rather than spanning several titles.


** The 2015 event, ''Series/HeroesJoinForces'' was a BackdoorPilot for the third Arrowverse show, ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' by having Teams Arrow and Flash team to help Kendra Saunders and [[ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} Carter Hall]] escape the wrath of ComicBook/VandalSavage.

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** The 2015 event, ''Series/HeroesJoinForces'' was a BackdoorPilot for the third Arrowverse show, ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' by having Teams Arrow and Flash team team-up to help Kendra Saunders and [[ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} Carter Hall]] escape the wrath of ComicBook/VandalSavage.



** The 2017 event, ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'' is even bigger. Whereas "Invasion!" was technically only a three part event (with ''Supergirl'' being just a [[RedSkiesCrossover tie-in]] to the main event), this crossover fully plays out over all four episodes, equally juggling the storylines of each show, as well as serving as BackdoorPilot for ''WesternAnimation/FreedomFightersTheRay''. And it actually has lasting repercussions for the Arrowverse's future, as Barry and Iris get married, as do Oliver and Felicity, while Martin Stein is KilledOffForReal.
** The 2018 event, ''Series/Elseworlds2018'', dials things back somewhat, "only" being a crossover between ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Supergirl'', though in a surprising twist the [[Series/TheFlash1990 1990 Flash]] ended up making an appearance.[[note]] Legends of Tomorrow was left out for simplicity's sake since "Crisis on Earth-X" was a nightmare to coordinate around all four shows' schedule. [[/note]] That said, it is notably a BreatherEpisode compared to the previous year's crossover and is used as a PoorlyDisguisedPilot for ''Series/Batwoman2019''. Ultimately, it is just [[SequelHook a setup]] for the following year's event.
** The 2019-2020 event is ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'', having been foreshadowed steadily since ''The Flash'' Season 1 and sporadically throughout the other shows, it featured five episodes that span all recurrent Arrowverse series, including ''Supergirl'', ''Batwoman'', ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Legends of Tomorrow'' (the last of these actually begins its forthcoming season after the Crisis). A culmination, because this is the last time ''Arrow'' gets to participate, as the show is ending in 2020 and its final season focuses on {{Tonight|SomeoneDies}} TheHeroDies in the lead-up to and the aftermath of the Crisis. It is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]] AKA the TropeNamer. In addition to the return of 1990 Flash, it also features a cavalcade of guest and cameo appearances from other DC live-action adaptations from outside of the Arrowverse continuity, including ''Film/Batman1989'', ''Series/Titans2018'', ''Film/Batman1966'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', [[CanonWelding a merger]] of ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'' and ''Film/SupermanReturns''[[note]]The Superman as portrayed by Creator/ChristopherReeve and Creator/BrandonRouth[[/note]], ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'', ''Series/Lucifer2016'', ''Series/BlackLightning2018'' and the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse. It also marks the debut of the titular character of ''Series/Stargirl2020'', [[EarlyBirdCameo ahead of the series' premiere]] in the Creator/DCUniverse streaming service (which includes the aforementioned ''Titans'').[[note]]A different version of ComicBook/{{Stargirl|DCComics}} previously appeared in Season 2 of ''Legends of Tomorrow'', played by Creator/SarahGrey[[/note]]. As with the comic book, this crossover has a ''huge'' impact on the franchise, as it ends up merging the ''Black Lightning'' Earth with Earth-38 (the universe where ''Supergirl'' is set) and Earth-1 (where the other four shows are set) into a single new reality.

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** The 2017 event, ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'' is even bigger. Whereas "Invasion!" ''Invasion!'' was technically only a three part event (with ''Supergirl'' being just a [[RedSkiesCrossover tie-in]] to the main event), this crossover fully plays out over all four episodes, equally juggling the storylines of each show, as well as serving as BackdoorPilot for ''WesternAnimation/FreedomFightersTheRay''. And it actually has lasting repercussions for the Arrowverse's future, as Barry and Iris get married, as do Oliver and Felicity, while Martin Stein is KilledOffForReal.
** The 2018 event, ''Series/Elseworlds2018'', dials things back somewhat, "only" being a crossover between ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Supergirl'', though in a surprising twist the [[Series/TheFlash1990 1990 Flash]] ended up making an appearance.[[note]] Legends of Tomorrow was left out for simplicity's sake since "Crisis ''Crisis on Earth-X" Earth-X'' was a nightmare to coordinate around all four shows' schedule. [[/note]] That said, it is notably a BreatherEpisode compared to the previous year's crossover and is used as a PoorlyDisguisedPilot for ''Series/Batwoman2019''. Ultimately, it is just [[SequelHook a setup]] for the following year's event.
** The 2019-2020 event is ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'', having been foreshadowed steadily since ''The Flash'' Season 1 and sporadically throughout the other shows, it featured five episodes that span all recurrent Arrowverse series, including ''Supergirl'', ''Batwoman'', ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Legends of Tomorrow'' (the last of these actually begins its forthcoming season after the Crisis). A culmination, because this is the last time ''Arrow'' gets to participate, as the show is ending in 2020 and its final season focuses on {{Tonight|SomeoneDies}} TheHeroDies in the lead-up to and the aftermath of the Crisis. It is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]] AKA the TropeNamer. In addition to the return of 1990 Flash, it also features a cavalcade of guest and cameo appearances from other DC live-action adaptations from outside of the Arrowverse continuity, including ''Film/Batman1989'', ''Series/Titans2018'', ''Film/Batman1966'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', [[CanonWelding a merger]] of ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'' and ''Film/SupermanReturns''[[note]]The Superman as portrayed by Creator/ChristopherReeve and Creator/BrandonRouth[[/note]], ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'', ''Series/Lucifer2016'', ''Series/BlackLightning2018'' ''Series/BlackLightning2018'', ''Series/SwampThing2019'', ''Series/DoomPatrol2019'' and the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse. It also marks the debut of the titular character of ''Series/Stargirl2020'', [[EarlyBirdCameo ahead of the series' premiere]] in the Creator/DCUniverse streaming service (which includes the aforementioned ''Titans'').[[note]]A ''Titans'', ''Doom Patrol'' and ''Swamp Thing'')[[note]]A different version of ComicBook/{{Stargirl|DCComics}} previously appeared in Season 2 of ''Legends of Tomorrow'', played by Creator/SarahGrey[[/note]]. As with the comic book, this crossover has a ''huge'' impact on the franchise, as it ends up merging the ''Black Lightning'' Earth with Earth-38 (the universe where ''Supergirl'' is set) and Earth-1 (where the other four shows are set) into a single new reality.



* The Invasion storyline in the Wrestling/{{WWE}} was meant to be this, with top Wrestling/{{WCW}} talent (the then WWF had bought out WCW) "invading" WWF. However contract issues meant that many of the WCW's top stars weren't involved.

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* [[Wrestling/TheInVasionAngle The Invasion storyline storyline]] in the Wrestling/{{WWE}} was meant to be this, with top Wrestling/{{WCW}} talent (the then WWF had bought out WCW) "invading" WWF. However contract issues meant that many of the WCW's top stars weren't involved.

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* ''FanFic/CapForce'' is basically a ''Creator/Capcom'' version of Marvel's Infinity War story. A mysterious and powerful entity has caused most of the Capcom multiverse to become dust which nearly caused TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. Heroes from most of Capcom's franchises (Street Fighter, Darkstalkers, Megaman X, Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, Final Fight, Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney, Dead Rising, Power Stone, Rival Schools, Captain Commando, Okami, etc.) are brought together to combat this threat and hopefully undo the damage done to the multiverse.


The original was ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths,'' the event which changed Franchise/TheDCU so much that its history is permanently defined as "pre-ComicBook/{{Crisis|on Infinite Earths}}" and "ComicBook/PostCrisis". It went from April 1985 to March 1986, tying in almost every other series DC published at the time.

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The original was ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths,'' ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'', the event which changed Franchise/TheDCU so much that its history is permanently defined as "pre-ComicBook/{{Crisis|on Infinite Earths}}" and "ComicBook/PostCrisis". It went from April 1985 to March 1986, tying in almost every other series DC published at the time.



** The 2019-2020 event, ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' is a culmination of the franchise' crossover, featuring five episodes that span all recurrent Arrowverse series, including ''Supergirl'', ''Batwoman'', ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Legends of Tomorrow'' (the last of these actually begins its forthcoming season after the Crisis). A culmination, because this is the last time ''Arrow'' gets to participate, as the show is ending in 2020 and its final season focuses on {{Tonight|SomeoneDies}} TheHeroDies in the lead-up to and the aftermath of the Crisis. It is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]] AKA the TropeNamer. In addition to the return of 1990 Flash, it also features a calvacade of guest and cameo appearances from other DC live-action adaptations from outside of the Arrowverse continuity, including ''Film/Batman1989'', ''Series/Titans2018'', ''Film/Batman1966'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', [[CanonWelding a merger]] of ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'' and ''Film/SupermanReturns''[[note]]The Superman as portrayed by Creator/ChristopherReeve and Creator/BrandonRouth[[/note]], ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'', ''Series/Lucifer2016'', ''Series/BlackLightning2018'' and the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse. It also marks the debut of the titular character of ''Series/Stargirl2020'', [[EarlyBirdCameo ahead of the series' premiere]] in the Creator/DCUniverse streaming service (which includes the aforementioned ''Titans'').[[note]]A different version of ComicBook/{{Stargirl|DCComics}} previously appeared in Season 2 of ''Legends of Tomorrow'', played by Creator/SarahGrey[[/note]]. As with the comic book, this crossover has a ''huge'' impact on the franchise, as it ends up merging the ''Black Lightning'' Earth with Earth-38 (the universe where ''Supergirl'' is set) and Earth-1 (where the other four shows are set) into a single new reality.

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** The 2019-2020 event, ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' event is a culmination of ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'', having been foreshadowed steadily since ''The Flash'' Season 1 and sporadically throughout the franchise' crossover, featuring other shows, it featured five episodes that span all recurrent Arrowverse series, including ''Supergirl'', ''Batwoman'', ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Legends of Tomorrow'' (the last of these actually begins its forthcoming season after the Crisis). A culmination, because this is the last time ''Arrow'' gets to participate, as the show is ending in 2020 and its final season focuses on {{Tonight|SomeoneDies}} TheHeroDies in the lead-up to and the aftermath of the Crisis. It is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]] AKA the TropeNamer. In addition to the return of 1990 Flash, it also features a calvacade cavalcade of guest and cameo appearances from other DC live-action adaptations from outside of the Arrowverse continuity, including ''Film/Batman1989'', ''Series/Titans2018'', ''Film/Batman1966'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', [[CanonWelding a merger]] of ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'' and ''Film/SupermanReturns''[[note]]The Superman as portrayed by Creator/ChristopherReeve and Creator/BrandonRouth[[/note]], ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'', ''Series/Lucifer2016'', ''Series/BlackLightning2018'' and the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse. It also marks the debut of the titular character of ''Series/Stargirl2020'', [[EarlyBirdCameo ahead of the series' premiere]] in the Creator/DCUniverse streaming service (which includes the aforementioned ''Titans'').[[note]]A different version of ComicBook/{{Stargirl|DCComics}} previously appeared in Season 2 of ''Legends of Tomorrow'', played by Creator/SarahGrey[[/note]]. As with the comic book, this crossover has a ''huge'' impact on the franchise, as it ends up merging the ''Black Lightning'' Earth with Earth-38 (the universe where ''Supergirl'' is set) and Earth-1 (where the other four shows are set) into a single new reality.


** And that is but ''part'' of the massive ''Year of the Villain'' storyline which began in May and concludes in 2020, during which the DCU is essentially in a ''permanent'' state of Crisis Crossover.

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** And that is but ''part'' of the massive ''Year of the Villain'' ''ComicBook/DCYearOfTheVillain'' storyline which began in May and concludes in 2020, during which the DCU is essentially in a ''permanent'' state of Crisis Crossover.


* Ten years of ''Franchise/KamenRider'''s Heisei era ((starting count with ''Series/KamenRiderKuuga'' instead) and much later on, the franchise's 38 years up to that point) were [[MilestoneCelebration celebrated]] in ''Series/KamenRiderDecade'', where Decade (obviously the tenth) must travel across the ''Kamen Rider'' multiverse to save it from total destruction.

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* Ten years of ''Franchise/KamenRider'''s ''Franchise/KamenRider''[='=]s Heisei era ((starting count with ''Series/KamenRiderKuuga'' instead) and (and much later on, the franchise's 38 years up to that point) were [[MilestoneCelebration celebrated]] in ''Series/KamenRiderDecade'', where Decade (obviously the tenth) must travel across the ''Kamen Rider'' multiverse to save it from total destruction.



** The twentieth Heisei anniversary brings us ''Series/KamenRiderZiO'', guest starring returning characters from previous series, Zi-O must avoid his fate of becoming an EvilOverlord in the future while preventing the antagonists from successfully grooming a substitute with the [[EvilKnockoff Another Riders]] they created.

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** The twentieth GrandFinale of the Heisei anniversary brings us era is ''Series/KamenRiderZiO'', guest starring returning characters from previous series, series. Zi-O must avoid his fate of becoming an EvilOverlord in the future while preventing the antagonists from successfully grooming a substitute with the [[EvilKnockoff Another Riders]] they created.create, and the key to both parties' goals lie in the legendary Riders of the past.


** The 2019-2020 event, ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' is a culmination of the franchise' crossover, featuring five episodes that span all recurrent Arrowverse series, including ''Supergirl'', ''Batwoman'', ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Legends of Tomorrow'' (the last of these actually begins its forthcoming season after the Crisis). A culmination, because this is the last time ''Arrow'' gets to participate, as the show is ending in 2020 and whose final season focuses solely on the lead-up to and the aftermath of the Crisis. It is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]] AKA the TropeNamer. In addition to the return of 1990 Flash, it also features elements of other DC live-action adaptations from outside of the Arrowverse continuity, including ''Film/Batman1989'', ''Series/Titans2018'', ''Film/Batman1966'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', a merger of ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'' and ''Film/SupermanReturns''[[note]]The Superman as portrayed by Creator/ChristopherReeve and Creator/BrandonRouth[[/note]], ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'', ''Series/Lucifer2016'', and ''Series/BlackLightning2018''. It also marks the debut of the titular character of ''Series/Stargirl2020'', [[EarlyBirdCameo ahead of the series' premiere]] in Creator/DCUniverse streaming service (which includes the aforementioned ''Titans'').[[note]]A different version of ComicBook/{{Stargirl|DCComics}} previously appeared in Season 2 of ''Legends of Tomorrow'', played by Creator/SarahGrey[[/note]]. As with the comic book, this crossover has a ''huge'' impact on the franchise., as it ends up merging the ''Black Lightning'' Earth with Earth-38 (the universe where ''Supergirl'' is set) and Earth-1 (where the other four shows are set) into a single new reality.

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** The 2019-2020 event, ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' is a culmination of the franchise' crossover, featuring five episodes that span all recurrent Arrowverse series, including ''Supergirl'', ''Batwoman'', ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Legends of Tomorrow'' (the last of these actually begins its forthcoming season after the Crisis). A culmination, because this is the last time ''Arrow'' gets to participate, as the show is ending in 2020 and whose its final season focuses solely on {{Tonight|SomeoneDies}} TheHeroDies in the lead-up to and the aftermath of the Crisis. It is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]] AKA the TropeNamer. In addition to the return of 1990 Flash, it also features elements a calvacade of guest and cameo appearances from other DC live-action adaptations from outside of the Arrowverse continuity, including ''Film/Batman1989'', ''Series/Titans2018'', ''Film/Batman1966'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', [[CanonWelding a merger merger]] of ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'' and ''Film/SupermanReturns''[[note]]The Superman as portrayed by Creator/ChristopherReeve and Creator/BrandonRouth[[/note]], ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'', ''Series/Lucifer2016'', ''Series/BlackLightning2018'' and ''Series/BlackLightning2018''. the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse. It also marks the debut of the titular character of ''Series/Stargirl2020'', [[EarlyBirdCameo ahead of the series' premiere]] in the Creator/DCUniverse streaming service (which includes the aforementioned ''Titans'').[[note]]A different version of ComicBook/{{Stargirl|DCComics}} previously appeared in Season 2 of ''Legends of Tomorrow'', played by Creator/SarahGrey[[/note]]. As with the comic book, this crossover has a ''huge'' impact on the franchise., franchise, as it ends up merging the ''Black Lightning'' Earth with Earth-38 (the universe where ''Supergirl'' is set) and Earth-1 (where the other four shows are set) into a single new reality.


** The 2019-2020 event, ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' is a culmination of the franchise' crossover, featuring five episodes that span all recurrent Arrowverse series, including ''Supergirl'', ''Batwoman'', ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Legends of Tomorrow'' (the last of these actually begins its forthcoming season after the Crisis). A culmination, because this is the last time ''Arrow'' gets to participate, as the show is ending in 2020 and whose final season focuses solely on the lead-up to and the aftermath of the Crisis. It is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]] AKA the TropeNamer. In addition to the return of 1990 Flash, it also features elements of other DC live-action adaptations from outside of the Arrowverse continuity, including ''Film/Batman1989'', ''Series/Titans2018'', ''Film/Batman1966'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', a merger of ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'' and ''Film/SupermanReturns''[[note]]The Superman as portrayed by Creator/ChristopherReeve and Creator/BrandonRouth[[/note]], ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'', ''Series/Lucifer2016'', and ''Series/BlackLightning2018''. It also marks the debut of the titular character of ''Series/Stargirl2020'', [[EarlyBirdCameo ahead of the series' premiere]] in Creator/DCUniverse streaming service (which includes the aforementioned ''Titans'').[[note]]A different version of ComicBook/{{Stargirl|DCComics}} previously appeared in Season 2 of ''Legends of Tomorrow'', played by Creator/SarahGrey[[/note]]. As with the comic book, this crossover has a ''huge'' impact on the franchise as it is expected to merge Earth-38 (the universe where ''Supergirl'' is set) with Earth-1 (where the other four shows are set).

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** The 2019-2020 event, ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' is a culmination of the franchise' crossover, featuring five episodes that span all recurrent Arrowverse series, including ''Supergirl'', ''Batwoman'', ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Legends of Tomorrow'' (the last of these actually begins its forthcoming season after the Crisis). A culmination, because this is the last time ''Arrow'' gets to participate, as the show is ending in 2020 and whose final season focuses solely on the lead-up to and the aftermath of the Crisis. It is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]] AKA the TropeNamer. In addition to the return of 1990 Flash, it also features elements of other DC live-action adaptations from outside of the Arrowverse continuity, including ''Film/Batman1989'', ''Series/Titans2018'', ''Film/Batman1966'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', a merger of ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'' and ''Film/SupermanReturns''[[note]]The Superman as portrayed by Creator/ChristopherReeve and Creator/BrandonRouth[[/note]], ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'', ''Series/Lucifer2016'', and ''Series/BlackLightning2018''. It also marks the debut of the titular character of ''Series/Stargirl2020'', [[EarlyBirdCameo ahead of the series' premiere]] in Creator/DCUniverse streaming service (which includes the aforementioned ''Titans'').[[note]]A different version of ComicBook/{{Stargirl|DCComics}} previously appeared in Season 2 of ''Legends of Tomorrow'', played by Creator/SarahGrey[[/note]]. As with the comic book, this crossover has a ''huge'' impact on the franchise franchise., as it is expected to merge ends up merging the ''Black Lightning'' Earth with Earth-38 (the universe where ''Supergirl'' is set) with and Earth-1 (where the other four shows are set).set) into a single new reality.


* The feature-length special ''WesternAnimation/RudolphAndFrostysChristmasInJuly'' by Creator/{{Rankin Bass|Productions}}, which brought back several characters from all of their holiday specials and many of the voice actors from the previous specials as well. It involves Rudolph, Frosty, and Santa trying to stop an evil wizard named Winterbolt. It also contains a bounty of ContinuityPorn, with callbacks to other previous specials such as ''Santa Clause is Comin' to Town'', ''Rudolph's Shiny New Year'', and ''Frosty's Winter Wonderland'' (sadly, there are no callbacks to ''The Year Without a Santa Claus'', leaving the poor Miser Brothers snubbed).

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* The feature-length special ''WesternAnimation/RudolphAndFrostysChristmasInJuly'' by Creator/{{Rankin Bass|Productions}}, which brought back several characters from all of their holiday specials and many of the voice actors from the previous specials as well. It involves Rudolph, Frosty, and Santa trying to stop an evil wizard named Winterbolt. It also contains a bounty of ContinuityPorn, with callbacks to other previous specials such as ''Santa Clause is Comin' to Town'', ''Rudolph's Shiny New Year'', ''WesternAnimation/RudolphsShinyNewYear'', and ''Frosty's Winter Wonderland'' (sadly, there are no callbacks to ''The Year Without a Santa Claus'', leaving the poor Miser Brothers snubbed).

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** 2020 is set to begin with the crossover ''ComicBook/{{Empyre}}'' in April as Hulkling embraces his dual royal bloodlines and leads a unified Kree-Skrull Empire to war against an unnamed enemy on Earth.


** Winter 2019/2020 has been teased with a new Crossover called ''ComicBook/{{Incoming}}''. Teaser images so far feature ominous taglines such as "A Galactic Threat" for the Avengers, "A Titanic Division" for the Champions, "A Mysterious Murder" for the Fantastic Four and Avengers, "A Deadly Alliance" with the X-Men, "A Glimpse of Eternity" for Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers the re-imagined wild west hero the Masked Raider]], and finally "One Will Unite Them" with a silhouette of ComicBook/{{Hulkling}} holding the cosmic sword ''Excelsior''.


** ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' crosses over the cast of the ''Captain America'' movies with the cast of the ''Avengers'' movies (sans [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] and Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk), as well as unaffiliated heroes Comicbook/BlackPanther, Film/AntMan, and Comicbook/SpiderMan.

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** ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' crosses over the cast of the ''Captain America'' movies with the cast of the ''Avengers'' movies (sans [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] and Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk), as well as unaffiliated heroes Comicbook/BlackPanther, Film/AntMan, and Comicbook/SpiderMan.Franchise/SpiderMan.



** The 2015 event, ''Series/HeroesJoinForces'' was a BackdoorPilot for the third Arrowverse show, ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' by having Teams Arrow and Flash team to help Kendra Saunders and Carter escape the wrath of ComicBook/VandalSavage.

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** The 2015 event, ''Series/HeroesJoinForces'' was a BackdoorPilot for the third Arrowverse show, ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' by having Teams Arrow and Flash team to help Kendra Saunders and [[ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} Carter Hall]] escape the wrath of ComicBook/VandalSavage.



** The 2017 event, ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'' is even bigger. Whereas "Invasion!" was technically only a three part event (with ''Supergirl'' being just a [[RedSkiesCrossover tie-in]] to the main event), this crossover fully plays out over all four episodes, equally juggling the storylines of each show, as well as serving as backdoor pilot for ''WesternAnimation/FreedomFightersTheRay''. And it actually has lasting repercussions for the Arrowverse's future, as Barry and Iris get married, as do Oliver and Felicity, while Martin Stein is KilledOffForReal.
** The 2018 event, ''Series/{{Elseworlds}}'', dials things back somewhat, "only" being a crossover between ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Supergirl'', though in a surprising twist the [[Series/TheFlash1990 1990 Flash]] ended up making an appearance.[[note]] Legends of Tomorrow was left out for simplicity's sake since "Crisis on Earth-X" was a nightmare to coordinate around all four shows' schedule. [[/note]] That said, it is notably a BreatherEpisode compared to the previous year's crossover and is used as a PoorlyDisguisedPilot for ''Series/Batwoman2019''. Ultimately, it is just a setup for the following year's event.
** The 2019-2020 event, ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' is a culmination of the franchise' crossover, featuring five episodes that span all recurrent Arrowverse series, including ''Supergirl'', ''Batwoman'', ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Legends of Tomorrow'' (the last of these actually begins its forthcoming season after the Crisis). A culmination, because this is the last time ''Arrow'' gets to participate, as the show is ending in 2020 and whose final season focuses solely on the lead-up to and the aftermath of the Crisis. It is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]] AKA the TropeNamer. In addition to the return of 1990 Flash, it also features elements of other DC live-action adaptations from outside of the Arrowverse continuity, including ''Film/Batman1989'', ''Series/Titans2018'', ''Film/Batman1966'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', a merger of ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'' and ''Film/SupermanReturns''[[note]]The Superman as portrayed by Creator/ChristopherReeve and Creator/BrandonRouth[[/note]], ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'', ''Series/Lucifer2016'', and ''Series/BlackLightning''. It also marks the debut of the titular character of ''Series/Stargirl2020'', ahead of the series' premiere in DC Universe streaming service (which includes the aforementioned ''Titans'').[[note]]A different version of Stargirl previously appeared in Season 2 of ''Legends of Tomorrow''[[/note]]. As with the comic book, this crossover has a ''huge'' impact on the franchise as it is expected to merge Earth-38 (the universe where ''Supergirl'' is set) with Earth-1 (where the other four shows are set).

to:

** The 2017 event, ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'' is even bigger. Whereas "Invasion!" was technically only a three part event (with ''Supergirl'' being just a [[RedSkiesCrossover tie-in]] to the main event), this crossover fully plays out over all four episodes, equally juggling the storylines of each show, as well as serving as backdoor pilot BackdoorPilot for ''WesternAnimation/FreedomFightersTheRay''. And it actually has lasting repercussions for the Arrowverse's future, as Barry and Iris get married, as do Oliver and Felicity, while Martin Stein is KilledOffForReal.
** The 2018 event, ''Series/{{Elseworlds}}'', ''Series/Elseworlds2018'', dials things back somewhat, "only" being a crossover between ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Supergirl'', though in a surprising twist the [[Series/TheFlash1990 1990 Flash]] ended up making an appearance.[[note]] Legends of Tomorrow was left out for simplicity's sake since "Crisis on Earth-X" was a nightmare to coordinate around all four shows' schedule. [[/note]] That said, it is notably a BreatherEpisode compared to the previous year's crossover and is used as a PoorlyDisguisedPilot for ''Series/Batwoman2019''. Ultimately, it is just [[SequelHook a setup setup]] for the following year's event.
** The 2019-2020 event, ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' is a culmination of the franchise' crossover, featuring five episodes that span all recurrent Arrowverse series, including ''Supergirl'', ''Batwoman'', ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Legends of Tomorrow'' (the last of these actually begins its forthcoming season after the Crisis). A culmination, because this is the last time ''Arrow'' gets to participate, as the show is ending in 2020 and whose final season focuses solely on the lead-up to and the aftermath of the Crisis. It is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]] AKA the TropeNamer. In addition to the return of 1990 Flash, it also features elements of other DC live-action adaptations from outside of the Arrowverse continuity, including ''Film/Batman1989'', ''Series/Titans2018'', ''Film/Batman1966'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', a merger of ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'' and ''Film/SupermanReturns''[[note]]The Superman as portrayed by Creator/ChristopherReeve and Creator/BrandonRouth[[/note]], ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'', ''Series/Lucifer2016'', and ''Series/BlackLightning''. ''Series/BlackLightning2018''. It also marks the debut of the titular character of ''Series/Stargirl2020'', [[EarlyBirdCameo ahead of the series' premiere premiere]] in DC Universe Creator/DCUniverse streaming service (which includes the aforementioned ''Titans'').[[note]]A different version of Stargirl ComicBook/{{Stargirl|DCComics}} previously appeared in Season 2 of ''Legends of Tomorrow''[[/note]].Tomorrow'', played by Creator/SarahGrey[[/note]]. As with the comic book, this crossover has a ''huge'' impact on the franchise as it is expected to merge Earth-38 (the universe where ''Supergirl'' is set) with Earth-1 (where the other four shows are set).


** The 2016 event, ''Series/Invasion2016'', an adaption of the ''ComicBook/{{Invasion}}'' arc of the 1980's expanded the crossover by having play across all four shows: ''Supergirl'', ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Legends of Tomorrow'' by having Barry Allen unite all the heroes he knows to stop an impending invasion from an alien race called the Dominators.
** The 2017 event, ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'' is even bigger. Whereas "Invasion!" was technically only a three part event (with ''Supergirl'' being just a [[RedSkiesCrossover tie-in]] to the main event), "Crisis" fully plays out over all four episodes, equally juggling the storylines of each show, as well as serving as backdoor pilot for ''WesternAnimation/FreedomFightersTheRay''. And it actually has lasting repercussions for the Arrowverse's future, as Barry and Iris get married, as do Oliver and Felicity, while Martin Stein is KilledOffForReal.
** The 2018 event, ''Series/{{Elseworlds}}'', dials things back somewhat, "only" being a crossover between ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Supergirl'' , though in a surprising twist the [[Series/TheFlash1990 1990 Flash]] ended up making an appearance.[[note]] Legends of Tomorrow was left out for simplicity's sake since "Crisis on Earth-X" was a nightmare to coordinate around all four shows' schedule. [[/note]] That said, it is notably a BreatherEpisode compared to the previous year's crossover and is used as a PoorlyDisguisedPilot for ''Series/Batwoman2019''. Ultimately, it is just a setup for the following year's event.
** The 2019-2020 event, ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' is a culmination of the franchise' crossover, featuring five episodes that span all recurrent Arrowverse series, including ''Arrow'', ''The Flash'', ''Legends of Tomorrow'', ''Supergirl'', and ''Batwoman''. A culmination, because this is the last time ''Arrow'' gets to participate, as the show is ending in 2020 (and whose final season focuses solely on the lead-up to and the aftermath of the Crisis). It is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]] AKA the TropeNamer. In addition to the return of 1990 Flash, it also features elements of other DC live-action adaptations from outside of the Arrowverse continuity, including ''Film/Batman1989'', ''Series/Titans2018'', ''Film/Batman1966'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', a merger of ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'' and ''Film/SupermanReturns''[[note]]The Superman as portrayed by Creator/ChristopherReeve and Creator/BrandonRouth[[/note]], ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'', ''Series/Lucifer2016'', and ''Series/BlackLightning''. It also marks the debut of the titular character of ''Series/Stargirl2020'', ahead of the series' premiere in DC Universe streaming service (which includes the aforementioned ''Titans'').[[note]]A different version of Stargirl previously appeared in Season 2 of ''Legends of Tomorrow''[[/note]]. As with the comic book, this crossover has a ''huge'' impact on the franchise as it is expected to merge Earth-38 (the universe where ''Supergirl'' is set) with Earth-1 (where the other four shows are set).

to:

** The 2016 event, ''Series/Invasion2016'', an adaption of the ''ComicBook/{{Invasion}}'' arc of the 1980's expanded the crossover by having play across all four shows: ''Supergirl'', ''Series/Supergirl2015'', ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Legends of Tomorrow'' by having Barry Allen unite all the heroes he knows to stop an impending invasion from an alien race called the Dominators.
** The 2017 event, ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'' is even bigger. Whereas "Invasion!" was technically only a three part event (with ''Supergirl'' being just a [[RedSkiesCrossover tie-in]] to the main event), "Crisis" this crossover fully plays out over all four episodes, equally juggling the storylines of each show, as well as serving as backdoor pilot for ''WesternAnimation/FreedomFightersTheRay''. And it actually has lasting repercussions for the Arrowverse's future, as Barry and Iris get married, as do Oliver and Felicity, while Martin Stein is KilledOffForReal.
** The 2018 event, ''Series/{{Elseworlds}}'', dials things back somewhat, "only" being a crossover between ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Supergirl'' , ''Supergirl'', though in a surprising twist the [[Series/TheFlash1990 1990 Flash]] ended up making an appearance.[[note]] Legends of Tomorrow was left out for simplicity's sake since "Crisis on Earth-X" was a nightmare to coordinate around all four shows' schedule. [[/note]] That said, it is notably a BreatherEpisode compared to the previous year's crossover and is used as a PoorlyDisguisedPilot for ''Series/Batwoman2019''. Ultimately, it is just a setup for the following year's event.
** The 2019-2020 event, ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' is a culmination of the franchise' crossover, featuring five episodes that span all recurrent Arrowverse series, including ''Arrow'', ''Supergirl'', ''Batwoman'', ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Legends of Tomorrow'', ''Supergirl'', and ''Batwoman''. Tomorrow'' (the last of these actually begins its forthcoming season after the Crisis). A culmination, because this is the last time ''Arrow'' gets to participate, as the show is ending in 2020 (and and whose final season focuses solely on the lead-up to and the aftermath of the Crisis).Crisis. It is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]] AKA the TropeNamer. In addition to the return of 1990 Flash, it also features elements of other DC live-action adaptations from outside of the Arrowverse continuity, including ''Film/Batman1989'', ''Series/Titans2018'', ''Film/Batman1966'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', a merger of ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'' and ''Film/SupermanReturns''[[note]]The Superman as portrayed by Creator/ChristopherReeve and Creator/BrandonRouth[[/note]], ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'', ''Series/Lucifer2016'', and ''Series/BlackLightning''. It also marks the debut of the titular character of ''Series/Stargirl2020'', ahead of the series' premiere in DC Universe streaming service (which includes the aforementioned ''Titans'').[[note]]A different version of Stargirl previously appeared in Season 2 of ''Legends of Tomorrow''[[/note]]. As with the comic book, this crossover has a ''huge'' impact on the franchise as it is expected to merge Earth-38 (the universe where ''Supergirl'' is set) with Earth-1 (where the other four shows are set).


** The 2017 event, ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'' is even bigger. Whereas "Invasion!" was technically only a three part event (with ''Supergirl'' being just a [[RedSkiesCrossover tie-in]] to the main event), "Crisis" fully plays out over all four episodes, equally juggling the storylines of each show, as well as serving as backdoor pilot for ''WesternAnimation/FreedomFightersTheRay''. And it actually has lasting repercussions for the Arrowverse's future, as [[spoiler: Barry and Iris get married, as do Oliver and Felicity, while Martin Stein is KilledOffForReal]].
** The 2018 event, ''Series/{{Elseworlds}}'', dials things back somewhat, "only" being a crossover between ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Supergirl'' , though in a surprising twist the [[Series/TheFlash1990 1990 Flash]] ended up making an appearance.[[note]] Legends of Tomorrow was left out for simplicity's sake since "Crisis on Earth-X" was a nightmare to coordinate around all four shows' schedule. [[/note]] That said, it's also used as a PoorlyDisguisedPilot for ''Series/Batwoman2019'', as well as ultimately just being a setup for the following year's event -- an adaptation of ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''.
** The 2019 event, ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]]. Like the original, it will feature every main character on the CW's roster ([[Series/{{Arrow}} The Green Arrow]], [[Series/TheFlash2014 The Flash]], [[Series/Supergirl2015 Supergirl]], [[Series/Batwoman2019 Batwoman]], [[Series/LegendsOfTomorrow The Legends of Tomorrow]], and Series/{{Constantine}} [[note]]As a member of the Legends[[/note]]). It will ''also'' feature the main characters from other programs, including Series/BirdsOfPrey (Helena Kyle), Series/BlackLightning (Black Lightning and other undisclosed characters), [[Series/TheFlash1990 The Flash (1990)]] (Earth-90 Flash), [[spoiler:[[Series/Lucifer2016 Lucifer]] (Lucifer),]] [[Series/Batman1966 Batman (1966)]](Robin), [[Film/SupermanReturns Brandon Routh/ Christopher Reeve’s version]] of Superman who has experienced the events of “[[ComicBook/KingdomCome Kingdom Come]]“ and Series/{{Smallville}} (Superman/Clark Kent & Lois Lane). Other characters not tied to a specific show that will also make an appearance include [[Franchise/{{Batman}} an older Batman]].

to:

** The 2017 event, ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'' is even bigger. Whereas "Invasion!" was technically only a three part event (with ''Supergirl'' being just a [[RedSkiesCrossover tie-in]] to the main event), "Crisis" fully plays out over all four episodes, equally juggling the storylines of each show, as well as serving as backdoor pilot for ''WesternAnimation/FreedomFightersTheRay''. And it actually has lasting repercussions for the Arrowverse's future, as [[spoiler: Barry and Iris get married, as do Oliver and Felicity, while Martin Stein is KilledOffForReal]].
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** The 2018 event, ''Series/{{Elseworlds}}'', dials things back somewhat, "only" being a crossover between ''The Flash'', ''Arrow'', and ''Supergirl'' , though in a surprising twist the [[Series/TheFlash1990 1990 Flash]] ended up making an appearance.[[note]] Legends of Tomorrow was left out for simplicity's sake since "Crisis on Earth-X" was a nightmare to coordinate around all four shows' schedule. [[/note]] That said, it's also it is notably a BreatherEpisode compared to the previous year's crossover and is used as a PoorlyDisguisedPilot for ''Series/Batwoman2019'', as well as ultimately ''Series/Batwoman2019''. Ultimately, it is just being a setup for the following year's event -- an adaptation of ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''.
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** The 2019 2019-2020 event, ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' is a culmination of the franchise' crossover, featuring five episodes that span all recurrent Arrowverse series, including ''Arrow'', ''The Flash'', ''Legends of Tomorrow'', ''Supergirl'', and ''Batwoman''. A culmination, because this is the last time ''Arrow'' gets to participate, as the show is ending in 2020 (and whose final season focuses solely on the lead-up to and the aftermath of the Crisis). It is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]]. Like name]] AKA the original, TropeNamer. In addition to the return of 1990 Flash, it will feature every main also features elements of other DC live-action adaptations from outside of the Arrowverse continuity, including ''Film/Batman1989'', ''Series/Titans2018'', ''Film/Batman1966'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', a merger of ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'' and ''Film/SupermanReturns''[[note]]The Superman as portrayed by Creator/ChristopherReeve and Creator/BrandonRouth[[/note]], ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'', ''Series/Lucifer2016'', and ''Series/BlackLightning''. It also marks the debut of the titular character of ''Series/Stargirl2020'', ahead of the series' premiere in DC Universe streaming service (which includes the aforementioned ''Titans'').[[note]]A different version of Stargirl previously appeared in Season 2 of ''Legends of Tomorrow''[[/note]]. As with the comic book, this crossover has a ''huge'' impact on the CW's roster ([[Series/{{Arrow}} The Green Arrow]], [[Series/TheFlash2014 The Flash]], [[Series/Supergirl2015 Supergirl]], [[Series/Batwoman2019 Batwoman]], [[Series/LegendsOfTomorrow The Legends of Tomorrow]], and Series/{{Constantine}} [[note]]As a member of franchise as it is expected to merge Earth-38 (the universe where ''Supergirl'' is set) with Earth-1 (where the Legends[[/note]]). It will ''also'' feature the main characters from other programs, including Series/BirdsOfPrey (Helena Kyle), Series/BlackLightning (Black Lightning and other undisclosed characters), [[Series/TheFlash1990 The Flash (1990)]] (Earth-90 Flash), [[spoiler:[[Series/Lucifer2016 Lucifer]] (Lucifer),]] [[Series/Batman1966 Batman (1966)]](Robin), [[Film/SupermanReturns Brandon Routh/ Christopher Reeve’s version]] of Superman who has experienced the events of “[[ComicBook/KingdomCome Kingdom Come]]“ and Series/{{Smallville}} (Superman/Clark Kent & Lois Lane). Other characters not tied to a specific show that will also make an appearance include [[Franchise/{{Batman}} an older Batman]].four shows are set).


** The 2019 event, ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]]. Like the original, it will feature every main character on the CW's roster ([[Series/{{Arrow}} The Green Arrow]], [[Series/TheFlash2014 The Flash]], [[Series/Supergirl2015 Supergirl]], [[Series/Batwoman2019 Batwoman]], [[Series/LegendsOfTomorrow The Legends of Tomorrow]], and Series/{{Constantine}} [[note]]As a member of the Legends[[/note]]). It will ''also'' feature the main characters from other programs, including Series/BirdsOfPrey (Helena Kyle), Series/BlackLightning (Black Lightning and other undisclosed characters), [[Series/TheFlash1990 The Flash (1990)]] (Earth-90 Flash), [[spoiler:[[Series/Lucifer2016]] (Lucifer),]] [[Series/Batman1966 Batman (1966)]](Robin), [[Film/SupermanReturns Brandon Routh/ Christopher Reeve’s version]] of Superman who has experienced the events of “[[ComicBook/KingdomCome Kingdom Come]]“ and Series/{{Smallville}} (Superman/Clark Kent & Lois Lane). Other characters not tied to a specific show that will also make an appearance include [[Franchise/{{Batman}} an older Batman]].

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** The 2019 event, ''Series/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths2019'' is an adaptation of the classic [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths comic of the same name]]. Like the original, it will feature every main character on the CW's roster ([[Series/{{Arrow}} The Green Arrow]], [[Series/TheFlash2014 The Flash]], [[Series/Supergirl2015 Supergirl]], [[Series/Batwoman2019 Batwoman]], [[Series/LegendsOfTomorrow The Legends of Tomorrow]], and Series/{{Constantine}} [[note]]As a member of the Legends[[/note]]). It will ''also'' feature the main characters from other programs, including Series/BirdsOfPrey (Helena Kyle), Series/BlackLightning (Black Lightning and other undisclosed characters), [[Series/TheFlash1990 The Flash (1990)]] (Earth-90 Flash), [[spoiler:[[Series/Lucifer2016]] [[spoiler:[[Series/Lucifer2016 Lucifer]] (Lucifer),]] [[Series/Batman1966 Batman (1966)]](Robin), [[Film/SupermanReturns Brandon Routh/ Christopher Reeve’s version]] of Superman who has experienced the events of “[[ComicBook/KingdomCome Kingdom Come]]“ and Series/{{Smallville}} (Superman/Clark Kent & Lois Lane). Other characters not tied to a specific show that will also make an appearance include [[Franchise/{{Batman}} an older Batman]].

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