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Dominators To Be Villains for Four-Part Arrowverse Crossover [The CW]


Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow To Face Off Against The Dominators 

The villains that Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow will face are going to be out of this world. The CW announced that the villains that all four shows will be facing in the epic crossover event would be the alien race the Dominators.

The Dominators, also known as the Dominion, are an alien race from the DC Universe who will bring together the Green Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and the Legends of Tomorrow. Deadline reported that the Dominators will arrive on Earth with an agenda to wipe out all the superheroes before they become a threat to their plans for taking over the universe.

The real reason that the Dominators are on Earth is to capture and study does who have metahuman abilities in order to create a population of their own with these powers. Those who have watched Young Justice will know that this plot is similar to the animated series’ second season with The Reach acting in a similar role as the Dominators.

According to Arrow EP Marc Guggenheim, he told Deadline that a combination of “cutting-edge prosthetics and computer effects” are going to be used to create a feature-film quality aesthetic for the invading aliens. It’s an unusual choice for a villain in this crossover, but it should be cool to see all these superheroes united to save the day. What do you guys think?

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