I know, I know, this is ridiculously late – real life and work and Covid and trying to move house (which still hasn’t happened, by the way) all got in the way . . . and my own prevarication and all sorts of other things delayed me sitting down, re-watching the shows and typing up some notes for so, so long.
But now . . .
It’s done. Five pages of summary on the episodes of Supergirl, Batwoman, Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow are all typed up with screen shots as well.
You can find the host page here with links to the individual pages.
Enjoy, people! (Finally!)
No, honest, it is, okay? I know I said a couple of weeks ago that I’d have this done in a few days but it’s been crazy busy even during the lockdown and I hadn’t figured on having to watch the episodes and type up what’s happening at the same time – I keep getting distracted because my head is shouting at me “That’s CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS! On TV! Oh my god!!”
But look, the notes are underway and I’ll get them done as soon as I can. It’s not like America didn’t watch this whole thing something like six months ago, anyway . . .
Hard at work on the HISTORY OF THE DC UNIVERSE annotations; with a bit of luck, I might have them done by the end of the week/early part of next.
Once that’s done, I shall be turning my attention – finally! – to the CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths. Sure, you lucky American types saw this months ago, but the whole thing has only just aired over here in the UK. And, thanks to my good friend Spike, I now have access to the episodes in a format I can screen grab.
Give me a week or two and I’ll get some notes up on that as well.
Following the news that there was going to be a tie-in comic to the CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover with a mocked-up cover by Jerry Ordway, the genuine cover of the first issue has been released, and it’s no real surprise that they’re revisiting possibly the most iconic cover DC has every produced – CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7, featuring the death of Supergirl.
From the Newsarama article:
The book features a 24-page main story co-written by comics icon and Crisis comic co-creator Marv Wolfman and CW producer Marc Guggenheim, who serves as showrunner and executive producer of the Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover event, with art provided by Tom Derenick (pencils), Trevor Scott (inks), John Kalisz (colors) and Wes Abbott (letters). Wolfman and Guggenheim also contribute an eight-page back-up story with pencils by fan-favorite Superman and Titans artist Tom Grummett, inks by Danny Miki, colors by Chris Sotomayor and letters by Wes Abbott. The debut issue also features a full reprint of the first issue of Wolfman and Perez’ CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1 as well as an excerpt from issue #7 of the landmark maxiseries.
The second issue is due to land in January.
(And yes, I’ve already added the above image to my page of CRISIS #7 homages.)