EXCLUSIVE: Connor Hawke To Appear In DC's Legends Of Tomorrow

Connor Hawke will be making his way to DC's Legends Of Tomorrow. Following reports that the show is casting an African-American or biracial male who decides to put on the uniform of a missing hero who once stood for justice and hope, we decided to dig a big deeper on who the character might actually be. Our sources pointed to Connor Hawke and we have confirmed what we found with Warner Brothers.

Beyond confirmation, Warner Brothers offered no other details beyond his appearance on the show, but did say that this iteration of Hawke will not be the son of Oliver Queen and Sandra Hawke.

In the comics, Connor Hawke is the son of Oliver and his college girlfriend Sandra (half-Black and half-Korean). He is an expert martial artist and like his father, he too is a master archer. At one point when Oliver was believed to have died, Connor took up the mantle of the Green Arrow. In the New 52, Connor is known as the Red Arrow and is a member of The World Army.

Given the dynamics of the current Flash/Arrow universe and the premise of Legends Of Tomorrow, we're placing our bets that Connor is either an alternate version of Green Arrow, or one from the future.

What do you think ComicBook.com readers? Are you excited to see more deep cuts of the DC universe popping up on TV? Let us know in the comments below.

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is expected to debut this January on The CW.

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  1. This is a pretty bad move seeing that this show ties in with Arrow and Flash. The other shows have been hinting at Connor (as Oliver's son) for 2 seasons, this move would make that groundwork pointless.

    • sym007
    • 29 Posts in 25 Months

    I second that. They should've casted a future iteration that is actually the son of Oliver. What are they thinking?

  2. This move would be not be good in my opinion. Considering the fact that the show has left points, that Oliver has a kid. That he has never seen. Maybe I'm wrong, but didn't Moira hide that from Oliver? And Oliver ran into her at Central City? And she picked up her phone and called her son? Why not play that out? Just wondering.

    • libra113
    • 413 Posts in 21 Months

    It makes sense. What doesn't is not making him Oliver's son since it could be in a possible future. Oliver going missing or dying could be averted so there's no reason to change WHO the character is. Of course it's possible this part is just rumor or they might be playing games with us.

    • Coneyro
    • 73 Posts in 16 Months

    Since the introduction of the time travel possibilities on Flash, anyone from any time line can make an appearance. Who cares?

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