Arrowverse Crossover Poster Shows Flash And Green Arrow Switching Costumes

With the DCEU not being able to get its footing on the film front, fans have had to rely on the CW shows Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, Black Lightning, and Legends of Tomorrow to get their DC Universe fix. Every year, the network really pulls out all the stops to bring our heroes together in one mammoth crossover.

This year, we’ll be seeing Supergirl, Green Arrow, and The Flash join forces in a story that’s being called “Elseworlds.” Already we know that Batwoman will be showing up and that Superman will be donning his black suit, but it looks like the Man of Steel isn’t the only one who will be sporting a costume change, as revealed in the brand-new poster.

Check it out down below:

Yeah, kinda weird, right? As you can see in the image, Barry Allen and Oliver Queen will be wearing each other’s costumes in this upcoming crossover, and we can’t help but ask: why? Does the story necessitate them wearing each other’s outfit, or is will this universe they visit have their roles reversed for some reason?

Of course, we’ll be getting all of those questions answered eventually, but until then, I’d like to hear your theories…what’s up with this costume change? Let us know down below!

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SOURCE: The CW

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