Superman Has a New Look in Arrowverse Crossover

SUPERMAN Returns to CW in a Black Suit for ELSEWORLDS DC-TV Crossover

Superman Has A Black Costume In This Year’s Crossover

As a new "Elseworlds" poster confirms, stars Stephen Amell and Grant Gustin will be swapping costumes (for original, tailor-made ones, of course; swapping sweat-stained super-suits is strictly verboten according to their contracts).

So far we've seen a black-suited Superman, hints at a mystery character that will be dropping by in this other world, and today we've got ourselves a shiny new poster that gives us a little bit of context as to where we're headed.

The Exploding Head emojis that Arrow star Stephen Amell attached to his latest tweet, from behind-the-scenes at this year's Arrowverse crossover shoot, pretty much say it all. "Obviously there were Nazis last season".

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The update also adds two new trophies, one for finishing the game on Ultimate Difficulty, and another for finishing a NG+ run. I don't know about you, but I've been waiting for this New Game+ mode to dive back into Marvel's Spider-Man for a while now.

However, between this interesting switch of heroic identities, the look at Tyler Hoechlin wearing a black-and-silver Superman costume yesterday, as well as the curious "twin" costumes Barry and Oliver showed off in a behind the scenes photo the reason for all these switches are anyone's guess though it's very possible that the crossover is taking the "Elseworlds" title to heart. Is this an "Elseworlds" alternate Earth version of the Man of Steel?

One of the most popular "alternate looks" for Superman in the comics was the black costume that he wore when he came back from the dead in the "Reign of the Supermen" comic book storyline. Fans recently got a look at the Orange is the New Black star suited up as the hero in a costume designed by four-time Academy Award victor Colleen Atwood who has also done work on Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl. Two of the 'verse's biggest heroes seem to be.switching places?

The crossover event begins with The Flash on Dec. 9 at 8 p.m. EST, continues with Arrow on Dec. 10 at 8 p.m. EST, and concludes with Supergirl on Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. EST on The CW.

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