The upcoming Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover is shaping
up to be one of the biggest in television history. With so many characters from
various shows and movies set to appear, some of which stretch back decades, the
excitement could not be any higher.
It is only right that The CW has gone to such lengths for this mega
crossover, given how iconic the Crisis on Infinite Earths comics are and their
significance in the DC lore.
One of the universes set to play a big role in the upcoming
crossover is Kingdom Come. Normally that alone would have everyone buzzing,
but with Brandon Routh reprising his Superman role and none other than Kevin
Freakin' Conroy - the most iconic Batman voice of all time! - throwing on
the Dark Knight’s cowl in live action for the first time, Crisis' Kingdom Come element has quickly become its most anticipated.
So just what is Kingdom Come, and how could it influence CW’s
Crisis on Infinite Earths? The Mark Waid, Alex Ross comic has attained legendary status amongst comics fans, and for good reason...
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