Speaking at Motor City Comic-Con, Arrow star Stephen Amell expressed his interest in Oliver Queen meeting Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman on the show.
Hoechlin has made a few appearances as Superman on The CW’s Supergirl but is never present for any of those big crossovers we get. Though it’s likely difficult for The CW to get permission to use Superman on their shows due to DC Films, one can’t help but wonder how this Superman would interact with the rest of the Arrowverse. Here’s what the Green Arrow himself, Stephen Amell, had to say about it:
“I thought that Tyler did a great job, and I had an opportunity to fangirl over [Smallville star] Tom Welling. I would love for Oliver and Clark to eventually meet. I think that that would be incredible.”
Amell did announce this year’s Arrowverse crossover at last week’s TV Upfronts. Perhaps, this meeting will finally occur in Gotham alongside the debut of Batwoman. Although, that may be too much excitement for a DC fan to handle. They should probably spread that stuff out.
Arrow stars Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen/Green Arrow, Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak, David Ramsey as John Diggle, Willa Holland as Thea Queen/Speedy, Paul Blackthorne as Quentin Lance, Juliana Harkavy as Dinah Drake/Black Canary, Rick Gonzalez as Rene Ramirez/Wild Dog, Echo Kellum as Curtis Holt/Wild Dog and Katie Cassidy as Laurel Lance/Black Siren.
Starting next season, Arrow will be airing on Monday nights on The CW.
Source: Comic Book
6 Times The Justice League Came Up Short
The Justice League is comprised of the best and brightest heroes the DC Universe has to offer. When you’ve got Wonder Woman, Superman and Batman all on one team, it’s a hard combination to beat. Despite their combined strength, the Justice League has been taken down quite a few times in their long history.
Over the years, the League has faced all kinds of threats, ranging from a grief-stricken Black Adam on a rampage to an invasion of White Martians. Usually the Justice Leauge is able to overcome these threats, but sometimes they don’t have what it takes to stop evil. Of course, these are comic books and things usually shift back towards the light side in time, but that doesn’t mean darkness can’t win, at least temporarily.
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