Is the CWverse Over? Download

26:11 Download June 8th, 2021

At once point the CW Universe, originally dubbed the Arrowverse, was the best comic book to TV adaptation in the world. From Arrow to Flash, Supergirl to Black Lightning, there was no one who could hold a candle too it. But, after nearly a decade is that still true? Is the Greg Berlanti ran superhero universe still the best on the market or have they fallen behind the lives of Marvel, Amazon or even Netflix?

Despite most of their shows being much older, there may still be hope for newcomers like Stargirl and Superman and Lois. Ben and Robbie also talk about the future of the CWverse and if there is anything the comic counterparts can do to save it.

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