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The Spectre was huge let down.
The whole COIE crossover felt rushed and not as perfected as other crossovers before like Earth-X, Elseworlds, and Invasion. Spectre was a let down and the whole storyline didn’t flow right they killed Oliver in the first part which made no sense then made him come back in part 3 and 4 as spectre him dying again in part 4 killing the anti-monitor who then came back in part 5 to then be shrunk down so all in all it just felt rushed and nothing flowed right. In my honest opinion part 4 is the best episode while some cameos made no sense (Ezra Miller) but it felt like it had the best production feel in everything and it was somewhat obvious that most of the budget went to that episode.
He was not a very good speedster i like green arrow better
Part 5 was definitely the worst. Oliver died, nay INFINITE people died. Everyone is sad. Then they fight... a giant Beebo. But it’s just an evil version of Sargon the sorcerer? But oh no, they’re not done yet, raisin face is alive! And he’s huge! And the CGI is awful! And Oliver just about died for nothing! Seriously? That’s how you want to end the biggest TV crossover in history?
Ok I see most of you saw the poll. 😅
And I can't say most of these arguments are wrong, as I do agree that Crisis crossover could've been better. However, I didn't mind Oliver as the Spectre.
I didn't mind Ollie as the spectre. I would have given the crossover a 9, but I deducted marks for the last parts of the crossover being a bit too rushed.
I think the main problem is that the crossover was geared more towards cramming as many cameos in as possible than it was towards telling a good story. Some of them were fine, like the ones in the montage at the beginning, but Kevin Conroy’s Batman, Black Lightning, 90s Flash, and a bunch of others just felt gratuitous and forced in.
I don’t even like the Spectre
Green arrow or Spectre
What do you think?