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Synonyms: Supergirl/Flash/Arrow
See also: crossover, SuperFlash, SuperArrow, Flarrow, Legends of Superflarrow, Legends of Flarrow, Arrowverse
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SuperFlarrow is a crossover between the three fandoms Supergirl (CBS), Arrow (CW), and The Flash (CW).


Since all three shows share same creators/writers and Arrow and Flash are already set in the same universe, many fans had hope that with the announcement of CBS's Supergirl, the series would all share the same universe as the Arrowverse. In January 2015, The CW president Mark Pedowitz revealed that he was also open to a crossover between the series and networks (due to Berlanti executive producing all three and The CW being co-owned by CBS). However, CBS chair Nina Tassler stated that month that, "those two shows are on a different network. So I think we'll keep Supergirl to ourselves for a while."[1] It was finally announced in February 2016 that Grant Gustin (aka Barry Allen/Flash) would appear in the eighteenth episode of the first season of Supergirl, "Worlds Finest"[2]. Although since the Flash and Green Arrow does not exist in the CBS's Supergirl universe and vice versa Supergirl and Superman not existing in the Arrowverse, it would be Barry Allen traveling the Multiverse in order to visit Team Supergirl.

The crossover is currently active on Tumblr and YouTube due to the upcoming official canon Superflash crossover episode "Worlds Finest" between set to premiere March 28, 2016[3].

The most popular form of fanworks are fanart and fanvids. Fanfics have also appeared, but so far to a lesser extant. Kara and Alex Danvers often appears with the other DC Ladies, such as Birds of Prey works or just has DCTV Ladies. Many ships between the shows are often compared to each other or fans often show parallels between them.



See individual pairing pages for more fanworks.



Archives & Fannish Links


  1. ^ CBS President Nina Tassler Doubtful About a Supergirl/Flash/Arrow Crossover. 12 Jan 2015. (accessed 23 March 2016)
  2. ^ Crossover Confirmed: ‘The Flash’ To Meet ‘Supergirl’ In March Episode. February 3, 2016. (accessed 23 March 2016)
  3. ^ Official Trailer for the Crossover