The Flash meets Black Lightning & two Supermen in new Arrowverse pics

Photo credit: The CW
Photo credit: The CW

From Digital Spy

The Arrowverse's various crossovers have been brilliant in giving viewers all the fan service they could ever want, and the upcoming 'Crisis on Infinite Earths' event may be the best one yet.

Not only is Tyler Hoechlin returning as Superman (something that is always welcome, seeing as he is very good), Brandon Routh is reprising his Superman Returns version of the character too, and Black Lightning is finally joining the shared universe properly.

Behind-the-scenes photos show Grant Gustin (The Flash) beaming as he poses with both Supermen and Black Lightning (Cress Williams), and we can't help but smile looking at these photos either.

Photo credit: Warner Bros.
Photo credit: Warner Bros.

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Beyond that, the upcoming crossover will feature yet another Superman in Smallville actor Tom Welling, while Erica Durance returns as Lois Lane, too.

Ashley Scott will return as Huntress from the short-lived Birds of Prey TV series. Burt Ward, the Robin to Adam West's 60's Batman, will be involved, while Batman: The Animated Series voice actor Kevin Conroy will finally play Bruce Wayne in the flesh.

Recently, we got another behind-the-scenes photo of the Smallville and Arrowverse Lois Lanes together, and, honestly, we want to see a spin-off with just these two.

Check out the new photos below:

'Crisis on Infinite Earths' premieres on December 8 with the Supergirl episode, followed by Batwoman on December 9 and The Flash on December 10. Post-Christmas, the series will then conclude with Arrow and DC's Legends of Tomorrow straight after on January 14.

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