15 January 2020 22:35
The CW's Crisis on Infinite Earths – combining the stories of Arrow, Batwoman, Black Lightning, The Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow – has concluded. The heroes' combined efforts defeat the Anti-Monitor, though Oliver Queen is forced to once again sacrifice himself. The multiverse is restored, but it doesn't look exactly the same. While previously some of the series' heroes lived on different, alternate versions of Earth, now all the heroes of the Arrowverse have been brought together on Earth Prime. The fusion allows them to finally form a group that looks like the Justice League without having to contact each other across dimensions. We'd be kidding if we claimed all our questions have been answered. The reality-warping nature of Crisis on Infinite Earths brings up loads of questions about not only the Arrowverse, but the worlds beyond the CW's series. By the end of Crisis, the story has given us peeks at the narratives of almost every live-action DC comics adaptation. And considering the multiverse is annihilated at the end of Part 3 of Crisis and reborn into something different at the end of Part 4, there's no way for us to know exactly what kind of multiverse we've been left with. Some of these questions may be answered in the coming months, and some may never be answered at all. Regardless, here are the biggest unanswered questions we have about Crisis on Infinite Earths.