That's the word out of the TCAs. Looks like the successful team behind Arrow will introduce Flash (deadline.com), to possibly spin it off into a series. This will majorly violate the "no superpowers" rule on Arrow, but then if the DC Universe is going to be expanded upon, that was always going to have to happen.
I hope John Wesley Shipp and Mark Hamill get calls for cameos.
I am far too excited at this announcement. Who knew I was such a fanboy for The Flash?
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Curious of what they are going to do with this. There were rumors that Flash is going to be after Superman/Batman as the next DC movie. I would like Arrow to drop their no super powers embargo since Green Lantern/Green Arrow is some of the best stories that have been told.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
I really like the idea of this. As far as the "no superpowers" rule, let's be honest ... though he doesn't have "super powers", how believable is a vigilante archer that a.) never misses or b.) never gets caught or has his identity discovered in this day & age of social media?
I also like idea of perhaps maintaining the continuity of these series and their lead actors with the Justice League/DC movies ... as the article states, it could be a very cost effective route for WB & wouldn't necessarily look like a copycat version of Marvel's model.
Yeah, I didn't care much for the A-plot; didn't think they explored Lisa's new BF as much as they could've. The B-plot was fine, but not being a Mythbusters guy, I wasn't as into it as others may have been. Still, as B-plots go, better than average.