‘Legends Of Tomorrow’ Trailer References Swamp Thing

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A new trailer for Legends of Tomorrow has arrived, and well, it seems to be quite a lot to take in.

You can check out the newly released trailer below:

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The extended trailer previews the magical threats in the upcoming season, going begging the fairy godmothers and unicorns in the initial episodes. This season will also include a tentacle monster, a swamp monster (not the one Ryan remarks of) and werewolves. While Matt Ryan’s Constantine has teased Swamp Thing previously, this is still a pretty incredible name-drop. Although DC TV’s Swamp Thing will never make a crossover, it still seems like a cool world-building. However, the trailer clearly shows that the “magical fugitives” in Legends will pose as a unique threat.

Developed by Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, and Phil Klemmer, Legends of Tomorrow stars Caity Lotz, Brandon Routh, Dominic Purcell, Nick Zano, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, Amy Pemberton, Tala Ashe, Ramona Young, Matt Ryan, Jes Macallan, and Courtney Ford.

In season three, the team land in Star City after defeating Legion of Doom, learning that they created anachronisms through time. Rip Hunter has formed a new organization, the Time Bureau, tasked with fixing the anachronisms. Zari Adrianna Tomaz joins the team, a hacktivist from 2042 who can manipulate air by using a powerful amulet connected to Amaya’s totem. Rip Hunter tells the team of a demonic entity, Mallus, whose follower, Eleanor, has resurrected Amaya’s granddaughter Kuasa and Damien Darhk for a dark purpose.

DC‘s Legends of Tomorrow will return to The CW on October 22nd, 2018.


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