“Crisis on Infinite Earths” is surely doing justice to all their fans. This event has been a huge source of speculation amongst many for the past one year. One of the unanswered questions had been which of DC Universe’s original shows like Doom Patrol and Titans would be connected into this event. One rumor had cropped up and said that the Titans would be represented during this event.
Spoilers for this week’s episode of Supergirl, “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Part 1, below
This episode had started with a montage showing different Earths being destroyed by the Anti-Monitor. One Earth had included “Earth-6”, which had featured two very faces familiar faces-Hawk and Jason Todd before they were swallowed up by anti-matter.
The Titans universe is now connected to the Arrowverse’s multiverse, and it seems to be destroyed. There is really no telling what the fate of the Titans universe would be until the cliffhanger of “Crisis”’ resolves in January, but there are a few clues that seem to hint that things may not be doomed for this series. The Titans is now renewed for a third season, and unless the next set of episodes are a set pre-”Crisis”, we can assume that the anti-matter has not ravished their Earth.
Titans is the second DC Universe show that has been confirmed to have a role in “Crisis”, other than Stargirl. Stargirl’s involvement in this event will be complicated as this series is set to air across DC Universe and The CW next year. While the DC Universe’s programming is less interconnected as compared to The CW’s, the very idea that Titans had been factored into this event is sure to surprise a lot of the fans.
“Great question, again, above my pay grade,” Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow consulting producer Marc Guggenheim had explained.
“I will say this, the one thing I’ve learned is ‘never say never.’ I could not begin to tell you how often we say to each other, ‘We never thought any of this was going to happen. We never thought we’d see all these characters. We never thought there’d be a universe.’ So, never say never, but in terms of which characters be on which shows, what’s part of the universe, above my paygrade and probably that’s a good thing.”
“Crisis on Infinite Earths” will continue across Batwoman on Monday, December 9th at 8/7c, as well as The Flash on December 10th at 8/7c. Following a midseason break, the event will conclude on Tuesday, January 14th, with new episodes of Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow.