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"Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 1" is the first chapter of the comic book series Crisis on Infinite Earths Giant. It was released digitally on December 15, 2019.

Trivia

  • In addition to two all-new stories tied into the crossover event, this issue features reprints from the original Crisis on Infinite Earths comic book event. The stories included are:
    • Crisis on Infinite Earths Pt. 1 (new)
    • The Council Pt.1 (new)
    • Crisis on Infinite Earths #1: The Summoning!
    • Crisis on Infinite Earths #7: Beyond the Silent Night
  • This comic's main story heavily featured characters who could not be featured in the television episodes of the crossover event: Felicity Smoak, Ray Terrill/The Ray, Nyssa al Ghul, and Wally West/Kid Flash.
  • This is the first time a version of Wonder Woman and Green Lantern appeared in the Arrowverse.
  • Earth-X, Earth-D, Earth-F, Earth-N52 and Earth-76 made an appearance.
    • Despite not being named on screen, the New 52 Justice League, including Flash, Cyborg and Aquaman, make an appearance on TV.
  • The Justice Alliance from Earth-D make an appearance.
  • This story takes place during "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Two".
  • This comic introduced the Council of Luthors and the Council of Supermen to the Arrowverse.
    • Multiple Lex Luthors and Supermen were adapted from other DC media, including animated, comics and live-action material.
    • The place of the Council of Luthors' meeting is Earth-99, which later became a location visited by Supergirl and Batwoman during the search for the Paragon of Courage.
    • It was believed that Earth-38 Lex Luthor time traveled back in time on Earth-38 to meet Superman, who had traveled back in time to get a Kryptonian rattle for Jonathan Kent from the Fortress of Solitude.
      • However, in "Crisis on Infinite Earths Giant 2", it was revealed that the Crisis had caused Superman to become disoriented and accidentally travel to The Fortress on Earth-86, mistaking it for his own from the destroyed Earth-38.
  • Earth-38's Superman is erroneously depicted sporting the House of El emblem on his cape during a confrontation with his Lex Luthor. The emblem then disappears for the remainder of the story.

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