The CW has released another new round of promo photos for the upcoming Crisis on Infinite Earths Arrowverse crossover between Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Batwoman, and Legends of Tomorrow (with a sprinkling of Black Lightning for good measure). The new batch of Crisis photos features our first look at legendary Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy as Bruce Wayne, as well as a look at Tom Welling reprising his Smallville role of Clark Kent.

Photo: The CW
Photo: The CW

The images, from the Batwoman installment of the Crisis crossover, also include new looks at Brandon Routh as both Clark Kent and Superman.

Photo: the CW
Photo: The CW.

That second image is notable for the Daily Planet front page on the wall behind him. Given that Routh is playing the Kingdom Come version of Superman, the gas attack in question must be when The Joker attacked the Planet, killing all of the staff, including Lois Lane. A zoom-in on the paper’s front page reveals that the main article was written by Daily Planet staffer Mark Waid, while the “artist’s rendering” of the attack was by Alex Ross. Will there be time in the episode for a flashback of Routh sporting a ponytail? Oh how I hope there will be.

Photo: The CW.

Another notable photo features Iris West-Allen (Candace Patton) and Lois Lane (Elizabeth Tulloch) in what appears to be Clark Kent’s office, holding the Book of Destiny. This is the first we’ve seen of the Book of Destiny since last year’s Elseworlds crossover, and it’s also the first time that we’ve seen Iris and Lois together. They’re a natural pairing, both as journalists and as spouses to superheroes. The initial batch of photos included a first-look at Earth-38’s Superman (Tyler Hoechlin) and Lois (Tulloch) with their new baby.

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Check out the other new photos, which include multiple Supermen and a Batwoman, below. Crisis on Infinite Earths begins on Sunday, December 8th, on The CW.

Photo: The CW.
Photo: The CW.
Photo: The CW.
Photo: The CW.
Photo: The CW.

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