CW's Arrow Producer Andrew Kreisberg Says "Never Say Never" to Superpowers Appearing on the Show.
The CW's Arrow has been known for it's "realistic" approach to the DC universe, having been inspired by the Christopher Nolan take on The Dark Knight, but it looks as though the producers may yet change their mind. Hit the jump for more info!
The CW's Arrow has been known (whether positively or negatively) for it's realistic approach to the DC universe, taking previously super-powered characters such as the Royal Flush Gang, Count Vertigo, Black Canary, etc and turning them into regular, non-powered people. Many fans feel as though this is limiting the renowned series, as the DC universe is huge and known for there iconic characters. But "never say never", as when asked about powers possibly appearing on the show, this is what series producer had to say.
There you have it. Many people have guessed that when Count Vertigo returns to the show, he will have as close as Arrow will come to superhuman abilities. Looks like anything is a possibility on this show, so for more on Arrow , keep an eye out here at CBM.
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