We’re only a little over a month away from the premiere of DC’s “Legends of Tomorrow” on The CW. Partially set up by this year’s crossover between “Arrow” and “The Flash“, the series will see a ragtag group of heroes and antiheroes banding together to put a stop to the evil immortal Vandal Savage (Casper Crump). Yep, as we suspected, Savage isn’t gone for good. With Green Arrow (Stephen Amell) tied up in his attempts to take down Damien Darhk and The Flash (Grant Gustin) still looking for a way to stop Zoom, it’s time for the other DC heroes in this TV universe to step up and save humanity.
So who comprises the team on this hard sci-fi bent on the DC TV Universe? We have the charming inventor turned tech-based hero, The Atom (Brandon Routh). We have a scientist (Victor Garber) and a mechanic (Franz Drameh) brought together by fate to combine into one superhero, Firestorm. We have a resurrected assassin turned heroine, White Canary (Caity Lotz). We have a pair of reincarnating, winged adventurers, Hawkgirl (Ciara Renee) and Hawkman (Falk Hentschel). There’s also the dastardly criminal antihero duo, Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) and Heat Wave (Dominic Purcell). Finally, there’s the time-traveling Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill), who brings them all together. Sounds like fun to me and that’s even before watching the latest trailer…
Others, including Connor Hawke and Dr. Aldus Boardman (Peter Francis James), are expected to pop up in the series as our heroes timehop throughout history in an effort to put a stop to Savage. I suspect we’ll also be getting a series of fun future and/or alternate universe versions of heroes we already know. Carlos Valdes has already hinted that we might be in store for a glimpse at his future superhero alter-ego, Vibe. Might we see future Barry or Oliver? We’ll find out soon enough!
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