‘Arrow’: The Question Possibly Teased By EP Marc Guggenheim


Arrow’s 5th season has been off to a strong start, reintroducing killing, a darker tone, and a plethora of new DC comics inspired heroes. So far we have gotten Mr. Terrific, Wild Dog, Artemis, and Ragman, and we can soon add to that Vigilante and the Human Target.

One vigilante that fans of Arrow have been hoping for since season 1 is the Question. Vic Sage, aka the Question, is a vigilante from Hub City that, much like Green Arrow, has decided to take the law into his own hands.

Arrow EP Marc Guggenheim took to Twitter to tease none other than the Question’s home, Hub City, with a cryptic message that could mean we may see the character introduced later this season.

Check out the tweet below:

As of right now this is far from confirmation, but it is rather suspicious. For those of you with sub-par eyesight, the text at the bottom of the image explains the details of the newly advertised development initiative:

“Will suit all buyer groups, gives owners the chance to build around their needs, and provides developers or investors with the ability to purchase, develop, and lease out a fresh and creative commercial space in the country’s most sought-after city.”

The upper right hand corner says the new initiative is sponsored by WWB, or, “World Wide Broadcasting”, which is another clue pointing to the Question as his print version is a journalist. He works for a station named KBEL in the comics, but WWB could very possibly be the Arrowverse version. At least, that is what some optimistic fans believe.

The bottom right of the image alludes to the 11th episode of the current season, so many are speculating this may be the episode where Vic Sage makes his debut. Keep in mind speculation is the key word here.

Do you want to see the Question come to Arrow? Of course you do, so sound off below to show your support!

Arrow airs every Wednesday at 8 pm on the CW!

Source: Twitter

Josh Behr

Josh Behr

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  • Jewie

    This doesn’t necessarily mean the Question will appear. They’ve gone to Bludhaven and Coast City before without having the heroes they’re known for on the show.

    • William Avitt

      The article CLEARLY says that it’s speculation and that it isn’t confirmation of an appearance by the Question

  • Bigda Law

    Wouldn’t mind a question show, even if it was on another network.

    If done right it could have a really wide audience.


    I think the Question needs his own show, but I wouldn’t mind if said show connected with the rest of the Arrowverse.

    • Chris Schroeder

      Almost like the Flash, let it set up on Arrow and spin off to his own show. i’d watch that hands down