The CW has officially released the synopsis for “The Last Temptation of Barry Allen, Part Two”, a two-part finale of a second-part Mid-season that will bring the Flash to the doors of “Crisis to Infinity Earth”. Which will air on December 3, sees Barry fighting over control of Bloodwork, leaving the rest of the team to work with Bloodwork’s army long enough to save Central City from falling into chaos.
Things look very bad, and, unfortunately, Barry did not see this when he was traveling back and forth from time to time looking at all the possible consequences that were “a crisis on the infinite earth”. Okay. We are sure it will be fine. Of course, it would run out of the frying pan, and in Antimatter, as of next week, everyone would be locked up against Anti-Monitor. You can check the official midsummer Finale Sinopsis below.
Epic convention of a two-part Mid-season finale – with Flash (Grant Gustin) freshly infested by demonic bloodwork (guest star Senthil Ramamurthy), Iris (Candy Patton), and Cisco (Carlos Valdes) helping to control Barry He lost forever to Ramsey’s influence before the fight for himself.
Meanwhile the rest of Team Flash battle to gain control of Central City from Bloodwork’s growing army. Directed by Michael Nankin stars Kristen Kim and Joshua Wei and the episode written by Gilbert.
The Flash returns for its 6th season this fall, pitting Barry Ellen against new and old enemies, while on an apparent suicide he flees towards the destiny he hopes to escape since the series premiere. They returned in 2014, with fans learning that – like the comics – Barry Allen would give his life in crisis on infinite Earth, helping to return the Anti-Monitor and save the Multiverse. This event will happen in May 2024, or so we all thought.
Due to some changes to the timestream during the previous season of The Flash, Barry’s date with Destiny has been extended until December 2019, when all five of The CW’s interconnected DC comics show will cross over to “Crisis for Infinite Earth” and fans. Will gets to see how Barry tries to pursue his destiny.
The Flash air’s on Tuesdays at 8 pm. ET / PT on The CW, followed by episodes of Arrow.
In the comics, Crisis on Infinite Earth was focused on a battle between DC Multiverse’s joint superheroes (and even some villains) and an immortal, cosmic threat known as the Anti-Monitor. Like The Monitor, the anti-monitor will be played by LaMonica Garrett in Aaron’s.
As the anti-monitor destroys realities, it replaces its positive matter energy with the Antimatter, increasing its power and sphere of influence.
He was eventually prevented from sacrificing many heroes including The Flash and Supergirl, as well as merging multiple universes to save reality by becoming a single, unified timeline. Fans have long wondered whether the events of “Crisis on Infinite Earths” could bring Supergirl and even Black Lighting to Earth-1, where the rest of the series takes place.
The crossover features guest appearances by Tom Welling as Clark Kent, Erica Durance as Lois Lane, John Wesley Shipp as Earth-90s Flash, Johnathon Schecht as John Hex, Kevin Conroy as Bruce Wayne and Ashley Scott will also appear as Huntress. “Crisis on Infinite Earth” kills Supergirl on Sunday, December 8, running through the Monday episode of Batwoman and the Tuesday episode of The Flash.
It will be the Midderson Cliffhanger, as the shows go on vacation to the Hiatus and return to finish the event on January 14 with Arrow’s Middeisen premiere and begin a “special episode” of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, which Midson The series launches. There will not be an episode on air this year and therefore before the crisis.