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Superman Will Reportedly Appear In Titans Season 2

We’re hearing reports that Superman may make an appearance in the second season of DC Universe’s Titans. According to Cosmic Book News, the Man of Steel could feature in a similar way to Batman in season 1, appearing as a background figure. This move ties into the role of Superboy in the series, who’s partly cloned from Kal-El’s DNA. Joshua Orpin will play the younger clone, with no further news currently available on who might step into the role of Superman, if and when this does actually happen.

While it’s difficult to give much credence to this rumor at the moment, the presence of Superboy and Krypto in Titans makes it at least plausible. If the show does go down the same route as the glimpses of Batman in the first season, then Superman could pop up in a similar way to his cameo in Shazam!
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Superhero Bits: Possible Tom Welling Cameo in ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’, Hulk vs Thing Revisited & More

Superhero Bits: Possible Tom Welling Cameo in ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’, Hulk vs Thing Revisited & More
Who won in the latest rematch of Hulk and The Thing? Is Tom Welling coming to Crisis on Infinite Earths? How can you get your hands on a Mark Begley sketch of Carnage? How was the Cap vs Cap fight created for Avengers: Endgame? Which of the X-Men would Joe Russo have snapped away? Could […]

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Every Guest Character Confirmed To Appear In Crisis On Infinite Earths

“Crisis on Infinite Earths” will be the biggest crossover to hit the Arrowverse to date by far, bringing together not only the regular casts of all five shows – that’s Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow and Batwoman – but also various guest stars and DC icons from other properties.

There’s been so much news of late regarding who’s going to appear in the event though that it’s easy to lose track of who’s been officially confirmed and who hasn’t. So, here’s a handy guide to everyone who’s 100% appearing in “Crisis,” as of August 15th.

Brandon Routh as Kingdom Come Superman – The Legends star was revealed to be suiting up as the Man of Steel at Comic-Con, with it later confirmed he’d be playing the Kingdom Come version.

Kevin Conroy as Future Bruce Wayne – The veteran voice actor will finally play the
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Tom Welling May’ve Just Confirmed He’s In Crisis On Infinite Earths

The Arrowverse is about to pull off its biggest crossover yet with “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” as the multiversal premise will allow for multiple DC icons from other media to reprise their roles one more time. Already, we’ve had it confirmed that Kevin Conroy’s finally playing Batman in live-action, Burt Ward is returning as an older Robin and Brandon Routh is suiting up as Superman again.

Of course, another one that fans are desperately hoping to see is Tom Welling back as Clark Kent, the part he played for ten years on Smallville. We’ve so far heard some conflicting intel about whether this will come to pass in the crossover, but the actor himself may just have revealed that we can expect him to turn up in “Crisis.”

Welling shared a Boomerang video of himself on a shoot in South Africa on his Instagram page yesterday and
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The CW Wants Helen Slater To Reprise Supergirl For Crisis On Infinite Earths

By this point, it would be quicker to list the names of DC icons who haven’t been linked to the Arrowverse’s upcoming “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover than those that have. Tons of stars from across the DC multiverse have already signed up to reprise their fan favorite roles in the barnstorming event, leaving fans to wonder who will be the next one announced to take part.

On that note, while it hasn’t been confirmed just yet, there’s at least one more star that the producers are trying to get on board: Helen Slater, who featured as the Girl of Steel in 1984’s Supergirl movie. Ep Marc Guggenheim opened up to /Film about the crossover, teasing that no one’s off the table when it comes to “Crisis,” with the exec himself hoping to get Slater back as Kara Zor-El.

“I feel like at this point,
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Here’s How Tom Welling Could Look As Kingdom Come Superman In Crisis On Infinite Earths

“Crisis on Infinite Earths” promises to be the biggest Arrowverse event to date, with numerous exciting guest stars already lined up to appear in the crossover. With the story involving the collapse of the entire multiverse, heroes from other iterations of the DC universe can drop by for cameos, including Brandon Routh as Kingdom Come Superman, Burt Ward as an older Robin and Kevin Conroy finally appearing in live-action as the Batman.

Though we’re already being spoiled, fans are still keeping their fingers crossed for at least one more crossover character: Smallville‘s Tom Welling. The CW’s prequel series ended with Clark Kent never properly suiting up, so that’s something we’d all love to see in “Crisis.” And while it’s still unclear if it’ll actually happen, we now have an idea of what it could look like if it did.

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Crisis On Infinite Earths Crossover Will See Batman Suit Up

For a very long time, Batman has been the proverbial elephant in the room for the Arrowverse. His existence has been alluded to many times over the years in multiple CW shows, with him finally being outright named during their 2018 “Elseworlds” crossover and then in the upcoming Batwoman series. Even so, we’ve never actually seen him in the flesh. That looks likely to change in this year’s big crossover, though, “Crisis On Infinite Earths.”

The event will loosely adapt the classic comic book story of the same name and see versions of heroes from various alternate universes meet. So far, we have Tyler Hoechlin and Brandon Routh playing different Superman (with the latter portraying the Man of Steel from the Kingdom Come timeline), Batman ’66 alum Burt Ward showing up and Tom Welling and Lynda Carter said to also be joining the party, possibly. But there’s one recently
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10 Smallville Characters That Should Appear in Arrowverse's Crisis on Infinite Earths Crossover

Crisis on Infinite Earths is this year’s Arrowverse crossover event that will be one of the most unforgettable events of The CW’s DC TV franchise. With a storyline like this, it is allowing the Arrowverse to pull DC characters from past DC media. From Brandon Routh playing a Kingdom Come inspired Superman to legendary Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy playing a live-action Bruce Wayne, there’s a lot out there to play with. More are sure to be announced in the coming months.

Related: Smallville: 10 Best Episodes, Ranked

However, a show that many have wanted to see a crossover with the Arrowverse is Smallville, the 10-year-long journey about Clark Kent (Tom Welling) before he became Superman. While Arrow may have set up the larger Arrowverse, Smallville really paved the way for the presence that DC TV has today, especially the DC properties on The CW. Tptb in the
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Tom Welling And Lynda Carter In Early Talks To Appear In Crisis On Infinite Earths

For fans of The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, Black Lightning, Legends of Tomorrow and the upcoming Batwoman, December can’t get here fast enough. And, if the stars align, we can add yet another fandom of a popular television show from the first eleven years of this century.

According to sources close to We Got This Covered, Smallville‘s Tom Welling and former Wonder Woman Lynda Carter are in “early talks” – meaning it’s not a sure thing just yet – to appear in the crossover party of the century, “Crisis on Infinite Earths.” In case you haven’t heard, it’s shaping up to be the biggest superhero event since Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame, and we won’t even have to buy an overpriced theater ticket to see it.

Up until this point, our two Supermen were Supergirl‘s Tyler Hoechlin and Superman Returns’ Brandon Routh as the Kingdom Come Man of Steel.
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Batman Will Only Have A Cameo Role In Crisis On Infinite Earths

We got some hugely exciting news this past weekend as “Crisis on Infinite Earths” was confirmed to feature veteran voice actor Kevin Conroy’s first on-screen appearance as Bruce Wayne. The Batman: The Animated Series star is set to play an older version of the Dark Knight. While this is undoubtedly awesome, it’d be for the best if fans don’t expect to see a whole lot of Conroy in the crossover, as reports point to him only having a cameo.

We Got This Covered has been informed by our sources – the same ones who told us Michael Rosenbaum is returning for “Crisis,” which has now been confirmed – that the future Batman that Conroy is playing will only have a brief role in the event. Our sources also tell us that Conroy is playing the Kingdom Come version of Batman, alongside Brandon Routh who’s turning up as the Kc Superman as well.
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Smallville’s Lex Luthor Will Appear In Crisis On Infinite Earths

This just keeps getting better and better. The upcoming CW television crossover, “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” is arriving this December and the good news just won’t stop rolling in. The latest? Michael Rosenbaum will have a small cameo in the event as Smallville‘s Lex Luthor. Your squee’ing may now commence.

According to sources close to We Got This Covered – the same sources who told us Viola Davis was returning for The Suicide Squad, and that Taskmaster will be the villain in Black Widow, both of which were later confirmed – Rosenbaum will indeed bring his fan-favorite Lex back, if only for a quick cameo. No details beyond that have been spilled just yet, but hopefully that’ll change, and soon.

In any case, we know that the crossover will have no shortage of villains and heroes. In fact, Lex’s nemesis, Superman, will have multiple version as well.
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Arrow Ep Hopes To Have At Least One Smallville Character In Crisis On Infinite Earths

“Crisis on Infinite Earths” promises to be like nothing we’ve ever seen before in the Arrowverse, with the confirmed guest stars so far teasing lots of seriously epic crossovers on the way. One that fans are desperate to see but which hasn’t been officially announced yet, though, is some kind of Smallville tie-in. As The CW’s long-running Superman prequel was a precursor to the Arrowverse, it’d be perfect if “Crisis” could fold it into the franchise’s multiverse.

Thankfully, it seems the production team is actively trying to make this happen. Arrow Ep Marc Guggenheim revealed today at the TCAs that he would personally love at least one Smallville character in the event. And it sounds like this isn’t out of the question, as Guggenheim teased he’s deep in conversation with the right folks.

“It’s such a big part of DC TV history.
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DC Fans React To Kevin Conroy Joining Crisis On Infinite Earths

The casting of Kevin Conroy as an older version of Batman in the “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Arrowverse crossover is getting a strong reaction from fans. We’ve already taken a look at why Conroy, who has provided the voice for numerous animated and video game iterations of Batman, is a great selection, and our opinion is shared by many people on social media, who probably can’t believe their luck following the recent news of everyone from Brandon Routh to Tom Welling, and even Burt Ward, featuring in the Arrowverse’s multiverse-spanning event this fall.

Many fans see the Conroy news as the most exciting so far though, with just some of the reactions shown below:

Kevin Conroy will reprise his #Batman voice role in Live Action, playing a future version of the Dark Knight in #CrisisOnInfiniteEarths. This is very good news indeed. pic.twitter.com/SG8A0pBfIy
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“Arrow” Final Season: Episode 8 Crosses Over, 9 and 10 Provide “Proper Finale,” Producers Say – TCA

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At today’s TCA panel on Arrow’s much ballyhooed final season, the panelists – stars Stephen Amell and David Ramsey, EPs Beth Schwartz and Marc Guggenheim – added no details to the day’s earlier news about the CW looking for another title for next season set in the Arrowverse, as well as a possible spinoff.

Producers and stars confirmed earlier comments from CW President Mark Pedowitz that they were ending the show because they believe it has reached a natural conclusion. “We didn’t want to be that show that stays too long at the party,” Guggenheim said.

Schwartz said that in anticipation of the final season, Season 7 wrapped up “the show as people have understood it, I think it ended in our Season 7 finale.” She described the final 10 episodes as “greatest hits” with frequent returning guests and “tying up stories you could have seen in Season 2 or 3.” “(They are) fundamentally different.
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Kevin Conroy To Play A Future Bruce Wayne In Crisis On Infinite Earths

At this point, it’s getting increasingly more difficult to decide which piece of new pertaining to “Crisis on Infinite Earths” is most awesome. So far, we’ve learned that both Tyler Hoechlin and Brandon Routh will suit up as different iterations of Superman, with the latter portraying the Man of Steel from the Kingdom Come timeline. And if that weren’t enough, Lamonica Garrett’s pulling double duty as the Monitor and Anti-Monitor, Elizabeth Tulloch returns as Lois Lane, Batman ’66 alum Burt Ward will show up, and – get this – Tom Welling and Lynda Carter are supposedly joining the party as well!

Now, alongside The CW confirming Cress Williams will get in on the action as Black Lightning comes word that beloved voice actor Kevin Conroy will make the leap from DC animation to live action by playing a Bruce Wayne from the future. If you were to ask me,
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Arrow’s Stephen Amell Wants Tom Welling To Appear In Crisis On Infinite Earths

With each passing day, it sure is looking like “Crisis on Infinite Earths” is shaping up to be a crossover like no other. To those familiar with the comic book on which the TV adaptation is based, that’s expected, because Marv Wolfman and George Perez’s classic from the 1980’s remains one of DC’s biggest and most popular tales ever told.

If you’re a Superman fan, then odds are you’re especially giddy about this one. For those who haven’t heard, both Tyler Hoechlin and Brandon Routh will suit up as Big Blue, with the latter embodying the Kingdom Come iteration of the character.

Well, if Arrow‘s Stephen Amell gets his way, then those two fellas just mentioned won’t be the only Men of Steel invited to the party. Here’s what the Emerald Archer himself had to say when ComicBook.com asked him
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Cress Williams Confirms Black Lightning Will Appear In Crisis On Infinite Earths

Yesterday, the folks over at FandomWire reported that Cress Williams would be crossing over to the Arrowverse as Black Lightning for the first time ever in this year’s massive “Crisis on Infinite Earths” event. And today, the news has been officially confirmed by Williams himself.

The actor shared a screenshot of We Got This Covered’s own coverage of the story on his Instagram page, writing in his caption: “You asked for it…you got it!!! #blacklightning #crisisoninfiniteearths #getlit.”

As fans will know, Black Lightning‘s clocked up two seasons now, but despite being a DC series that airs on The CW, it hasn’t been officially declared part of the Arrowverse before. Due to the producers wanting the show to stand on its two feet, no crossovers have been attempted so far. However, Williams has previously stated that he would welcome an Arrowverse team-up at some point and now,
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Black Lightning Will Reportedly Appear In Crisis On Infinite Earths

If you haven’t been watching Black Lightning for the past two seasons, well, then you’ve really been missing out. In my view, it’s consistently been among the better DC TV shows out there, especially when it comes to those airing on The CW.

For those who have been following along, you’ll know that the series seemingly exists in its own universe. Though various DC characters such as Supergirl and Vixen have been name-dropped, no proper crossover has come to be – nor has Jefferson Pierce participated in any of the big mashups going down each fall.

According to FandomWire though, that’ll change later this year, as they’re reporting that Black Lightning will indeed show up at some point during the highly anticipated “Crisis on Infinite Earths.” Based on what they’ve heard, Freeland’s protector won’t play a pivotal role but will be used
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Arrow’s Stephen Amell Has A Cool Idea For Crisis On Infinite Earths

Even if you know Marv Wolfman and George Perez’s Crisis on Infinite Earths trade paperback forward and backward, odds are you still don’t know what to expect from its TV adaptation for the most part. Though the crossover event will no doubt reshape the Arrowverse landscape forever and probably pare it down to one coherent universe, no one can be too sure of what’ll transpire. In other words, we’re more so dealing with an “inspired by” type of situation.

Fortunately, San Diego Comic-Con dropped more than a few bombshells, where it was revealed that both Tyler Hoechlin and Brandon Routh will suit up as different iterations of Superman, with the latter portraying the Man of Steel from the Kingdom Come timeline. And if that weren’t enough, Lamonica Garrett’s pulling double duty as the Monitor and Anti-Monitor, Elizabeth Tulloch returns as Lois Lane, and Batman
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Slideshow: Upcoming Wizard World Comic Con in Chicago Runs August 22-25, 2019

Previous | Image 1 of 17 | NextNichelle Nichols, Uhura of the original TV ‘Star Trek.’

Chicago – It’s baaaaack! One of the best annual pop culture entertainment and comic book gatherings returns to Chicagoland once again, as the Wizard World Comic Con will make its yearly visit to the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill., the weekend of August 22th through the 25th, 2019. Besides the fan costumes, vendor booths and comic book legends, Wizard World has appearances from TV and movie celebrities, highlighted in 2019 by Jason Momoa (“Aquaman”), Ben McKenzie (“Gotham”), Henry Winkler, Cary Elwes and Melissa Joan Hart.

To preview the upcoming event, HollywoodChicago.com photographer Joe Arce shot these Exclusive Portraits from the 2018 Wizard World Comic Con. Click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through the slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All photos © Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com

WIZWORLD1: Nichelle Nichols,
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