Crossing arrows: Stephen Amell, John Wesley Shipp's Flash in a new photo

adminOctober 23, 2018

The cast of "Elseworlds" continues to grow!

EW has confirmed that John Wesley Shipp – a.k.a. the original Flash of the program of the 90s and Henry Allen in The CW's The flash – will appear at the Arrowverse junction this year. While it is not clear what he will do in "Elseworlds", Arrow Star Stephen Amell shared an image that showed Shipp in a Flash costume, a replica of his CBS costume. " The flash, what makes us wonder what is happening in the multiverse?

"It's not a big deal, just working with @JohnWesleyShipp for the first time," Amell tweeted. "Nice to get dressed for the occasion."

Take a look at the photo, which shows Shipp with Amell also in his Flash outfit, Grant Gustin as Green Arrow, and Melissa Benoist as Supergirl.

Former Arrow Producer Marc Guggenheim, who heads the crossover this year, shared another image of Shipp in disguise and revealed that the suit was made by The flash& # 39; S (2014) clothing designer Kate Main.

After starring as Barry Allen in The flash, which ran for a season on CBS, joined The CW speedster show as Henry Allen, the father of Barry (Gustin) falsely imprisoned. Henry was killed in season 2; However, Shipp stayed there because it was revealed that the doppelganger of Henry Earth-3 was none other than Jay Garrick, the first Flash in the comics.

The three-night event this year, which only includes Arrow, The flashY Supergirl – It seems that it will be exciting, since it will also present Ruby Rose as Batwoman, Elizabeth Tulloch as Lois Lane, Cassandra Jean Amell as Nora Fries and Tyler Hoechlin as Superman. LostJeremy Davies will play a madman from Arkham Asylum, and Designated survivorMonica Garrett will appear as the observer of the multiverse, the Monitor.

"Elseworlds" begins on Sunday, December 9, with The flash At 8 pm.; continues on Monday, December 10, at 8 p.m. with Arrow; and concludes the following night at 8 p.m. with Supergirl.

After the success of Arrow, Barry Allen (a.k.a. The Flash) receives his own treatment of CW in this spin-off of thematic comic.

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