Watch Superman & Stephen Amell’s The Flash Race On The Grant Gustin Series

Stephen Amell’s version of The Flash races Superman in a scene cut from last year’s Elseworlds crossover episode of the Grant Gustin series.

It’s an age-old question, who would win in a race; Superman or The Flash? The Arrowverse managed to shake things up last year in a deleted scene — instead of Grant Gustin’s version of The Flash racing Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman, Stephen Amell was the Scarlet Speedster. It was all down to The Monitor rewriting reality, swapping the superhero identities of Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen and Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen. The deleted scene takes place on the Kent farm in Smallville, which gives Superman the perfect inspiration to give some friendly advice to Oliver on his newfound speedster abilities. The Grant Gustin series might show off an expert version of The Flash but Stephen Amell’s stressed out Oliver is really struggling in the scene released by EW.

While fans are used to seeing Oliver Queen suited up as the Green Arrow, Stephen Amell’s character is more focused on the threat of The Monitor rather than the immediate weirdness of being The Flash. While he’s initially quite stubborn at racing Superman, he soon realizes that Clark actually has a good point and that he needs to get a grip of the abilities that have been thrust on him. Being The Flash isn’t a straight forward job, as Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen is constantly learning and adapting to whatever threat is thrown is his way — even if that problem is his family. It’s lessons like this that Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen will have to remember when it comes to Crisis on Infinite Earths this year. He’ll need to remember that his greatest strength is his bond with his superhero team-mates, like Grant Gustin’s version of The Flash and Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman. Watch the deleted scene below.

So what do you think? Are you looking forward to seeing Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen team up with Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman and Grant Gustin’s The Flash in Crisis on Infinite Earths this year? Let us know in the comments below.

Full details on the sixth season of The Flash are currently unknown, but Heroes alum Sendhil Ramamurthy is set to recur as the DC Comics villain Bloodwork. In the comics, Bloodwork is a Central City morgue employee and hemophiliac who developed the ability to transform his flesh into blood-like physiology after experimenting with blood properties. The new season has also been teased to have a big bad that is the most personal villain for Grant Gustin’s The Flash since Eobard Thawne.

The sixth season of Grant Gustin’s The Flash will also lead into Crisis on Infinite Earths, the Arrowverse’s next mega-crossover event. The Flash will also become The CW’s main DC Comics drama with Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen seemingly leading the other Arrowverse superheroes forward after Arrow completes its final 10-episode run. The back half of the next season of Grant Gustin’s The Flash will also deal with the fallout from the crossover. Production on the sixth season of the Grant Gustin series is currently underway.

Stephen Amell, Grant Gustin and Tyler Hoechlin will all return in Crisis on Infinite Earths, the next Arrowverse crossover event. Crisis on Infinite Earths has been teased since the very first episode of Grant Gustin’s The Flash, where a newspaper headline from the year 2024 revealed the Barry Allen’s fate was to disappear during a “crisis.” However, the fifth season finale of The Flash accelerated this when the original newspaper headline changed the date of the event from 2024 to 2019. To add to this, the seventh season finale of Stephen Amell’s Arrow set up Oliver Queen’s role in the next crossover by having him join the Monitor on a mission to warn other worlds of the crisis, as part of the arrangement Oliver made in order to save the lives of both The Flash and Supergirl.

Crisis On Infinite Earths will span two quarters and consist of Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, and Batwoman. The Arrowverse crossover will launch with three episodes in December before concluding with two additional episodes in January.

Source: EW

‘Titans’ Batmobile Concept Art Reveals Different Takes On Batman’s Iconic Vehicle

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Titans BatmobileFollowing its brief appearance in last week's episode, concept art for Titans' Batmobile has been released and reveals different takes on Batman's iconic vehicle.

The latest episode of Titans revealed a brief first look at a new version of the Batmobile while Dick Grayson is in the Batcave via flashback. The final version of the Batmobile in the Titans universe appears to be inspired by Batman 89 and The Animated Series. Concept art has been released and the initial designs were seemingly inspired by many past versions of the Batmobile across different mediums. You can check out the concept art below:


Do you like the look of the Batmobile in Titans? Which concept art version is your favorite? Comment below!

The series continues this week with the episode titled “Asylum” and you can read the official synopsis below!

When The Messenger (recurring guest star REED BIRNEY) reveals that Rachel’s birth mother is alive and being held captive by The Organization in a mysterious psychiatric facility, Rachel is determined to rescue her. But once inside, the Titans are faced with their deepest vulnerabilities and fears.

Guest Cast: Rachel Nichols as Angela, Reed Birney as The Messenger and Rachel Crawford as Doctor.

The series stars Brenton Thwaites as Richard “Dick” Grayson / Robin, Anna Diop as Koriand’r / Starfire, Teagan Croft as Rachel Roth / Raven, and Ryan Potter as Garfield “Gar” Logan / Beast Boy.

Titans is now available exclusively on DC Universe.

Titans Batmobile

Titans Batmobile

Titans Batmobile

Titans Batmobile

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