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Crisis On Infinite Earths: Superman Is Dead In New Trailer

It’s almost here. No, not Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. I’m talking about the most ambitious TV crossover of all-time. Maybe. I’ve honestly done no work to qualify that statement, but it’s clear based on all the information we have about the thing that the network is going for big. There will not only be a ton of superheroes, but multiple versions of them, to boot.

This includes the Man of Steel himself, Superman. Not only will we get the Tyler Hoechlin version, but we’ll be getting the Brandon Routh and Tom Welling versions as well. And probably for good reason, as one of them seems to be dead as f**k in the new extended trailer. Then again, it’s hard to tell, because that doesn’t look like any of our actors, in spite of there being Earth-38 Lois there. Is it Superboy? Who is it?

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Of course, that could very well be a Tyler Hoechlin Superman from a different Earth, so it may or may not have anything to do with the Superman we’ve seen in the Arrowverse up until this point. Either way, the odds are stacked against our heroes in this crossover, and I can’t wait to see how it all plays out.

Even if I haven’t watched these shows for a while now.

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