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Back when Arrow was the only DC show on TV, a guy named Barry Allen from Central City made a guest appearance in Season 2. A year later, The Flash had his own show, and we got the first official crossover. With that began a tradition of getting together and fighting crimes in November.

So, with November upon us, it's time to get excited for the fourth annual Arrowverse crossover. If you are not feeling it yet, The CW has got you covered. , , and the Legends have united once again in this new promo from the ultimate crossover event, "Crisis on Earth-X." Watch it below:

Needless to say, this promo was everything that we hoped for and beyond. It gives us a pretty good idea about what to expect. We get a look at almost all of the characters who are going to be a part of the crossover including the Nazi wedding crashers from Earth-X. However, out of all those characters, we are most excited to see Leonard Snart a.k.a. Captain Cold, wearing the most comic-accurate costume yet.

This is the first time that all of the four shows will truly be a part of the crossover. Last year, the crossover element on Supergirl was bare minimum; however, with Supergirl officially being a part of this year's event, Arrow star Stephen Amell described it as a four-hour movie at Salt Lake Comic Con:

“When we first did the crossover, I guess back in our third season and The Flash’s first season, it was very much like ‘It’s an episode of The Flash where I show up, and then an episode of Arrow where he shows up.’ And even last year, it was like ‘You know, Flash showed up on Supergirl, and then it was an episode of The Flash, an episode of Arrow, and an episode of Legends.’ But this year is just a four-hour movie.”

[Credit: The CW]
[Credit: The CW]

Supergirl and Arrow will kick-start "Crisis on Earth-X" on November 27th, with the crossover drawing to a close the next day on The Flash and DC's Legends of Tomorrow.

How excited are you for "Crisis on Earth-X"? Let us know in the comments section down below.

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