The twists, turns, and parallels

“Crisis on Infinite Earth” is one of the most anticipated DC series by DC fans all around, featuring all of the DC characters. This time the midseason has come, and it has hit a significant impact on the Arrowverse, which can be felt quickly. Throughout the past three episodes, fans have continuously seen plot twists, unexpected cameos, and team-ups as the heroes from Arrowverse come together to once for all stop the Anti-Monitor played by LaMonica Garett.

The unexpected blossom of a relationship

The relationship between Batwoman and Supergirl is all but unexplored. They began to bond after learning each other’s secret identities during “Elseworlds.” The CW’s official aftershow for “Crisis,” “During Crisis: Aftermath,” gave viewers a teaser of Kara and Kate’s relationship, which is said to be an even more significant role similar to that of the Flash. Guggenheim revealed that Kara and Kate’s relationship bloom further as a replacement for Barry and Oliver’s relationship. Guggenheim also added that the relationship development is one of the best things to be excited about.

The teaser at the end of “Elseworlds” last year with the World’s Finest reference was to give a chance to dig deeper into the supporting characters’ relationship the same way Barry and Oliver support each other in the previous crossovers.

The twist of it all

In an interview earlier this year, Rose had mentioned her love for the iconic moment between Batwoman and Supergirl. She also added to it by saying how she believes that there wouldn’t be more of that anymore further in the series. Fans were too shocked to see the relationship blossom but were also excited at the turn of events. 

The series is one of the most anticipated and promising DC series for fans, and the fans can’t wait to see more of such surprises come throughout the series.

Source: comicbook

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