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Green Arrow & The Canaries is an episode of season 8 of Arrow. It premiered on January 21, 2020.

Synopsis for "Green Arrow & The Canaries"


Appearing in "Green Arrow & The Canaries"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Deathstroke Gang (Pre-Crisis Earth-1) (Flashback only) (Cameo)
  • Deathstroke/J.J. Diggle (Pre-Crisis Star City 2040) (Erased) (Flashback only) (Cameo)
    • Deathstroke Gang (Pre-Crisis Star City 2040) (Erased) (Flashback only) (Cameo)
  • Eden Corps (Star City 2040) (Erased) (Flashback only) (Cameo)
    • Galaxy One (Erased) (Flashback only) (Cameo)
    • Zeta Program (Erased) (Flashback only) (Cameo)
  • Unnamed female mastermind (First appearance) (Cameo)
    • Deathstroke Gang (Rebirth)
      • Deathstroke (Trevor) (First appearance; dies)
      • Logan Bertinelli (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

  • Black Canary's Staffs (Flashback and main story)
  • Deathstroke's Suit (Flashback only)
    • Deathstroke's Mask (Flashback and main story)
  • Deathstroke's Sword (Flashback only)
  • Green Arrow's Bow (Flashback and main story)
  • Hōzen
  • Martian Memory Rings (First appearance)

Vehicles:

Concepts:



Notes

  • The events of Earth-Prime #6 confirms that the Star City 2040 future and Nora West-Allen's Future were merged by Oliver Queen in a single continuity in the Post-Crisis Multiverse. In the new continuity:
    • Mia and William grew up together with the rest of their family so she never became a fighter in this timeline;
    • J.J. Diggle never became Deathstroke and did not join the Deathstroke Gang;
    • Connor Hawke never joined the Knightwatch and but he eventually became an addicted;
    • Star City and The Glades were never splitted so that Rene Ramirez is the mayor of Star City;
    • Dinah Drake was somehow time-displaced to this timeline one day after the funeral of Oliver Queen from "Fadeout".
  • The Canaries averts a possible future where Bianca Bertinelli's kidnapping eventually leads to riots in Star City.
  • The episode was a Backdoor pilot for a potential spin-off series, with the same title, on the CW. However, it ended up not going to series.[1]

Trivia

  • The original title of this episode was "Livin' in the Future" which would have been a reference to Bruce Springstreen's song of the same name like other penultimate episodes of Arrow".[2]


See Also

Recommended Media

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Links and References

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Footnotes

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