The Arrowverse has been a juggernaut of television for nearly a decade now. In that time, it has brought together some of the most popular superheroes in DC's history, showcasing them across Arrow, The Flash, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, Black Lightning, Batwoman and Stargirl.
Since the first of those arrived on screens in 2012, we've been entertained with some impressive and boundary-pushing sights. However, not every larger-than-life moment ended up having the larger-than-life feel that they were supposed to. One of the primary reasons for that is the sometimes-dodgy CGI.
Look, at the end of the day we must remember that we are talking about television here. No matter how ambitious the shows are, it would be ridiculous of anyone - and downright unfair - to expect blockbuster-quality special effects from a TV series (y'know... unless you're Game of Thrones) simply because they don't have anywhere near as big a budget.
But that hasn't stopped us all from noticing some of the times when the Arrowverse shows were perhaps a little too ambitious and couldn't quite get the desired results. On that note, let's take a look at some of those times when the CGI stood out for all the wrong reasons...