Arrowverse Characters That Are Better Off Outside The Arrowverse

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The Arrowverse superhero franchise kicked off with the series Arrow in October 2012 and instantly made us fall in love. The show was concise, momentous and all the characters were meaningful. After that, it expanded to a superhero universe by including various other spin-off shows, including The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Vixen. However, many of the characters from these shows are remarkable enough to succeed in the world of other popular TV shows.


Eobard Thawne In Quantum Leap: Eobard Thawne, whom people better know as the Reverse-Flash, is the Flash’s arch-nemesis. Throughout the series, he switches his appearance to kill the Flash, AKA Barry Allen. The sci-fi series Quantum Leap takes us through the life of Sam Beckett. He leaps into other people’s bodies while traveling through time. Thawne’s adventures in body snatching could be of great help.

Tom Cavanagh as Eobard Thawne
Eobard Thawne aka Reverse Flash

Laurel Lance In Scream Queens: Laurel Lance, the once citizen of Star City, was a lawyer and a beloved public servant. She eventually joins Arrow and his team to be known as the famous Black Canary. Scream Queens follows the drama and a string of murders at the sorority Kappa House at Wallace University. Canary’s superpower being sonic screams, she’d make an excellent inclusion to a series named Scream Queens.

Katie Cassidy as Laurel Lance
Laurel Lance aka Black Canary

Kara Danvers In Powerless: Kate unveils her powers to protect the citizens of National City when an unexpected danger strikes. Powerless is set in the D.C. universe not directly linked to their comics franchise. It depicted a company that offered services to victims of damages caused due to the battles between Superheroes & Supervillains. Kate could work for the company by causing damage for the company to cater.

Melissa Benoist as Kara Denvers
Kara Denvers aka Supergirl

The Monitor In What If?: The Monitor appeared in the Arrowverse crossover during the Crisis on Infinite Earths arc. He is a cosmic being who travels through the multiverse. This power is his sound similar to the Marvel Comics character – The Watcher. Their interests in Multiverses would make them a fantastic duo as The Monitor travels through the universes of What If? Series.

LaMonica Garrett as The Monitor
The Monitor

John Diggle In The Mandalorian: John Diggle, also known as Spartan, is a former U.S. Military Soldier in the Arrowverse. He then works as a bodyguard for Oliver Queen. Diggle’s experience as a bodyguard could help him take up the job to protect Grogu, should The Mandalorian require assistance.

David Ramsey as John Diggle
John Diggle aka Spartan

Oliver Queen In Arrested Development: The Queens have a lot of family drama to their name in Arrow. The snow never failed to amuse us with excellent superhero action and some acute family drama for its characters. Such family dynamics remind us of the Bluths from Arrested Development. Through the course of the show, both these families learn to be there for each other, keeping differences aside. Oliver could prove to be a fantastic comic foil for the Bluths.

Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen
Oliver Queen aka The Arrow

John Constantine In Once Upon A Time: John Constantine appeared in the Arrowverse crossovers and brought along a new universe of monsters and Magic. He is an expert at using Dark Magic and is a genius intellectual. Once Upon a Time is driven by Magic and exploitation. Constantine and his dealing with forbidden Magic make him a fantastic inclusion to the show.

Matt Ryan as John Constantine
John Constantine aka Hellblazer


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