Where We Left Off On Crisis on Infinite EarthsJanuary 7, 2020 10:59AM
After the first three parts of The CW's crossover event, Crisis on Infinite Earths, things are not looking good for our heroes...
Here's where things stand currently as we prepare for the fourth and fifth installments on Tuesday, January 14th.
Oliver Queen is gone
The man who launched the Arrowverse fell in the first installment of the crossover while protecting the transport vessels carrying survivors off of Earth. Like a true hero, Oliver sacrificed himself to protect everyone that he could before a wave of antimatter swallowed the planet whole.
But the rest of the multiverse isn't content to let one of their best stay on the sidelines for long. Oliver's daughter, Mia, and best friend, Diggle, went to retrieve Oliver's soul from purgatory only for Oliver to turn his friends away in hopes of saving the multiverse from the other side.
The Multiverse is gone
In the end, all the heroic efforts and the sacrifices of Oliver and Earth-90's Flash were for naught as the wave of antimatter ripped through all of space and time leaving nothing in its wake.
The Anti-Monitor has arrived
After hiding in the shadows for the majority of parts one and two of Crisis on Infinite Earths, the Anti-Monitor finally made his appearance. The villain's plan has gone off without a hitch so far as he looks to destroy the multiverse to create his own universe. After sneaking aboard the heroes' ship in disguise the Anti-Monitor easily dispatched everyone except for the seven Paragons...
The seven Paragons are together
At the last moment before the Anti-Monitor struck, the seven Paragons were whisked away to the Vanishing Point, a place outside of space and time, for their safety. Now the seven heroes will have a chance to regroup and take on the Anti-Monitor to save everything they have lost.
Now that you are all caught up it's time to get ready for the epic conclusion to Crisis on Infinite Earths on Tuesday, January 14th at 7P on CW26.