Flash-Arrow Crossover Details

The much-anticipated Flash/Arrow crossover airs this week, on December 2nd and December 3rd in North America. And there are some new promo clips and information to be shared.

More behind the jump, including some likely spoilers. So you’re warned.

First off, the full promotional clip. It includes a few characters I wasn’t expecting to see (unfortunately the still image on YouTube gives them away, and I don’t know how to change that).

USA Today has another clip from the crossover, which features a conversation between Barry and Oliver.

Entertainment Weekly has an interview with showrunners Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg about both episodes of the crossover, and how the characters will react to seeing each others’ worlds.

Finally, there are one-page comic previews for the Flash episode and the Arrow episode. These give small sneak peeks at what we’ll be seeing in the episodes themselves, although the Arrow preview is difficult to read.

 

Who’s excited to watch this? I certainly am!

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Lia is a Canadian fan of the Flashes and the Rogues. She's particularly interested in memorabilia of the Rogues and Reverse Flashes, collecting art, and memorizing a whole lot of pointless trivia. She may be the world's only diehard fan of the Top due to a love of hopeless causes, and she runs a fan blog on Tumblr, known as gorogues or The Rogues Kick Ass.

4 thoughts on “Flash-Arrow Crossover Details

  1. Scott Timms

    I think they have knocked it out of the park with Captain Cold!!!! Although, he is a bit murdery for my version of Cold.

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    1. Lia Post author

      Yeah, I agree with you on Cold. I was a bit troubled by the little regard he had for civilians’ lives. However, some other people pointed out that he may well have expected Flash to save them — and he did spare the museum guard when the Flash wasn’t around to save him. As for the guy in his gang he shot, that guy kind of had it coming, and comics Len has never shied away from killing people in his crew. I don’t think the weapons dealer deserved it at all, however, so that was definitely bad.

      Otherwise I love TV Len; I just hope they tone down the murder of civilians next time.

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  2. veronica

    The USA Today clip is interesting. I want to say that Barry’s cockiness is un-usual, but he did the same thing in episode 106 in his reveal to Girder. Hopefully we’ll see the character start to mature and start to behave more like a grown up and less like a kid.

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    1. Lia Post author

      I think Barry’s behaviour in that scene may still be influenced by what Raider did to him — you’ll notice that Oliver mentions he’d already tangled with him. But I guess we’ll see once we’ve watched the full episodes and gotten proper context.

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