The CW announced past year that he would star in his own animated series titled Freedom Fighters: The Ray, becoming the first gay superhero to headline his own show. Spoilers revealing details about the crossover event follow.
The crossover will feature characters from all of The CW's superhero shows, such as Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and DC's Legends of Tomorrow. It could, legitimately, be that those characters do not have a major role in the crossover for one reason or another, or it could be simply that they were omitted for space on the poster.
The title is a reference to the annual comic book crossovers between the Justice Society and Justice League of America.
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Executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg reveal that they have "conceived this year's crossover to be evocative of the annual Justice League/Justice Society crossovers we grew up with and looked forward to as kids", adding that Jimenez "was the ideal choice to bring the comic book cover iteration of this idea to life". Also of note, the crossover looks like it'll bring the long-awaited nuptials of Barry Allen and Iris West - provided the Earth-X attack doesn't prevent them - who can be seen in wedding garb along the bottom of the poster.
The Ray's animated spin-off, Freedom Fighters: The Ray, will debut later this year on The CW's online streaming platform, CW Seed.
Then we have Wild Dog, Black Canary and Mister Terrific whose fate were left unknown as the result of the finale cliffhanger.
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Raymond "Ray" Terrill is described as "a reporter who discovered a group of government scientists working on a secret project to turn light into a weapon of mass destruction". Sticking with the current version of The Ray that appears in the comics, he will be a gay superhero. Fortunately, the bomb didn't kill Ray, and instead gifted him with light-based powers.
Crisis on Earth-X will begin on Monday, November 27 in Supergirl, and continue on Arrow immediately after. With these new abilities, Ray realized he could take action to help stop injustice. It has been confirmed that Russell Tovey (Quantico, the original Being Human) is playing the live-action version of the character (Tovey is also voicing the animated version of The Ray). Calling himself The Ray, he teamed up with Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters in fighting violence and oppression wherever it exists. Arrow will air on Monday at 9 p.m. ET following Supergirl, and the other two will stick to their regular time slots.
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