Monday, June 6, 2016

Invisible Girl and Supergirl



Supergirl is making the move to the CW next year, joining Arrow, The Flash and DC's Legends of Tomorrow for a 4-night DCU block of programming each week.  Crossovers have already been promised and I hope that the producers go the extra mile and somehow get Supergirl and her supporting cast of characters on the same Earth as the other three shows, maximizing story potential and giving us enough characters for a TV JLA to form.  With The Flash rewriting history on the last episode of his current season, that shouldn't be too difficult right?

7 comments:

Cary Comic said...

Not difficult, at all, Ross! The script writers could call it (unofficially, anyway) "Crisis @ CW."

Cary Comic said...

P.S.---is that Egghead as the giant mad scientist?

Simreeve said...

It was originally a DC cover, from Supergirl's last pre-Crisis series, IIRC... with that scientist, whoever he was, somehow having produced a whole batch of miniature Supergirls?

Sonofjack Well said...

Another great cover, Ross.

And I agree that it shouldn't be hard to merge Supergirl's Earth with the Flash's Earth. I think the best way to go about it is to make quick mention of it early on and then never mention again that it hasn't always been that way. After all, they only have one little previous episode to contradict that reality. Both DC and Marvel have jettisoned decades of continuity in the past to merge worlds together!

and Cary Comic ... "Crisis in the CW" is brilliant!

Wolfhammer said...

I keep hearing rumors of CW bringing THE QUESTION into the fold, maybe even getting his own series. If done correctly, it could be the best series yet.

Richard Fuller said...

I always enjoyed the off-edge team-ups such as Batman with Supergirl, Superman with Batgirl, the Thing with Mr. Fantastic or the Thing with the Invisible Woman, but looking back at both MTIO-FF team-ups, they were really nothing more than Reed and Sue stepping in to clean up the mess (Skull the Slayer with Reed, Hydra with Sue).

I would be hard-pressed to think of a really good Sue Richards story of some sort, after her revealing costume when Reed was believed dead. I haven't read an FF title on an regular basis since then.

She fought Crystal of the Inhumans once and I thought that was such a terrible issue.

Anonymous said...

@ Sonofjack: I think the Season 2 opener of "Supergirl" could have her discovering...Pariah! Which could lead into the aforementioned crisis.

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