John Wesley Shipp's Flash may have been the sole star of his series, but he may not be the only speedster on Earth-90. After all, Earth-1, home of Barry Allen's Fastest Man Alive, is rife with other speedsters. It, therefore, only makes sense that there would be others on Earth-90 as well.
This looks an awful lot like Jesse Quick, who has appeared on The Flash for multiple episodes. While the version of the character we know hails from Earth-2, it seems like the Jesse Quick from Earth-90 was taken out.
The Monitor's next victim can only be identified by his helmed. While his body is nowhere to be seen, it sure looks as if The Ray fell in battle. The costumed identity of Ray Terrill, The Ray was introduced in last year's Arrowverse crossover, "Crisis on Earth-X," as played by Russell Tovey.
Of course, there is no way for us to know which version of the character perished on Earth-90. After all, the Earth-X Ray traveled to alternate dimensions, which means there's a chance this could be the version of the superhero we already know -- especially considering the identity of another Earth-90 victim.
A Few Legends
Three characters that became closely associated with the Legends of Tomorrow are seen dead on the Earth-90 battleground: Hawkman, Hawkgirl and, most notably, Captain Cold -- only this time, it appears to be a familiar version of the latter. After all, he's wearing the parka we've seen Wentworth Miller sport on The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow.
However, given that Earth-90 already has a Captain Cold in Leonard Wynters, the presence of a second one is noteworthy. It's possible that this Earth actually had two versions of the Flash rogue, but it's also possible this is the Leonard Snart from Earth-X, who was in a relationship with The Ray, another casualty of this battle. Hopefully, Shipp's Flash will offer more information in the actual crossover that will sort out which versions of the characters died.
The final hero that appears defeated is one that's sure to get a lot of fans talking: Yes, this is Green Arrow, but not Stephen Amell's version. Instead, this appears to be the costume worn by actor Justin Hartley on the fan-favorite Smallville.
Of course, Smallville and the '90s Flash don't share the same Earth, but it's possible there are elements that cross from one Earth to the next. Oliver Queen may not look like Stephen Amell on every Earth -- just like Barry Allen can look like both Grant Gustin and John Wesley Shipp. Either way, this is a costume fans never thought they would see on the screen again, so it's definitely a nice touch.
This year's Arrowverse crossover event will involve the casts of Supergirl, Arrow and The Flash. The event will unfold over three nights, starting with a special episode of The Flash on Sunday Dec. 9, at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Then, it continues Monday, Dec. 10, with Arrow, and concludes on Tuesday, Dec. 11, with Supergirl.