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With the Arrowverse coming to a close, the creator behind it all has revealed that, in some respects, his time behind the wheel has felt like a waste of time Vintage Yellow Circle The Stooges Shirt The Arrowverse was once a thriving, interconnected onscreen universe, with story threads interweaving between multiple shows—Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, and Batwoman. Sadly, however, its days are coming to a close.The signs were there long before it was official. Supergirl ended early with its sixth season and was followed by the cancelation of two other long-running DC Comics shows on The CW.It turns out that after roughly a decade of having worked on this massive addition to the DC Comics legacy, the hard work was not bearing any fruit.
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In a new blog post on his personal site, Arrowverse creator Marc Guggenheim got candid about how he can’t help but feel he wasted his time working on The CW’s many superhero shows.For those not familiar with his work, the writer and producer co-created Stephen Amell’s Arrow, where he then acted as showrunner and writer for a handful of seasons and executive producer on the others Vintage Yellow Circle The Stooges Shirt On top of that, he also wrote for Arrowverse’s Vixen, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl—all of which he was also credited as executive producer.The piece starts out with Guggenheim sharing how, back when The CW’s big crossover event, Crisis on Infinite Earths, was being made, a friend of his claimed that his “phone [was] going to ring off the hook.”Despite expectations, as he puts it, Guggenheim’s “phone did not, in fact, ring.”The producer opened up, noting that the five-hour, six-show television event “was a labor in every respect,” having used every resource and connection at his disposal:”[‘Crisis On Infinite Earths’] made a significant impression on my psyche, was more than a labor of love — it was a labor in every respect and a project where I spent every ounce of capitol I’d amassed in developing DC Comics-related shows for Warner Bros. over an eight-year period. I called in every favor. I used every chit. I burned every bridge. I even spent $10,000 of my own money.”