Is Arrow EP Marc Guggenheim Teasing The Question Appearance?

The fifth season of Arrow has seen an influx of new characters since its premiere. The series has [...]

The fifth season of Arrow has seen an influx of new characters since its premiere. The series has added several new vigilantes to Team Arrow like Wild Dog and Mister Terrific, Curtis Holt. Of course, the hit drama has to add new blood to its cast each season, and it looks like a surprising character might be coming to Arrow to spice up the series. A tweet by executive producer Marc Guggenheim is teasing that the Question could come to Star City - well, sort of.

Instead of Question coming to Star City, it looks like Team Arrow might be heading to Hub City instead. The locale is the hometown of Question, whose real name is Vic Sage, and it is a rather violent place to visit. Guggenheim took to Twitter today and wrote the cryptic message.

"Headed out of town…" he wrote. The caption was attached to an image advertising Hub City's premium development potential. The advert says the city's new initiative "will suit all buyer groups, gives owners the chance to build around their needs, and provides developers or investors with the ability to purchase, develop, and lease out a fresh and creative commercial space in the country's most sought-after city."

The artwork claims that WWB (World Wide Broadcasting) is who sponsors the the program. The company is described as the city's "most popular all news - every day radio station."

At the bottom right-hand corner of the advert, fans can see that the advert is associated with Arrow's eleventh episode this season. Currently, fans have not been told what title the episode will carry, but fans are now wondering if it will have anything to do with the Question.

If you aren't familiar with Question, then you should know that the character has a rather complicated history with DC Comics. The vigilante originated over at Charlton Comics in the 1960s before DC Comics acquired the character in 1983. From there, the latter publisher took Question and gifted him with his own solo series.

The new series imagined Question as an aggressive journalist who went after stories that no one else would touch. He reports for a new station called KBEL in Hub City and uses his alter-ego to get answers outside of the law. Focused on his city's politics, Question is similar to Green Arrow in how he goes after Hub City's corrupted underbelly.

Perhaps Question might make himself known as a member of the WWB radio station as an on-air reporter. After all, Hub City's new 'development' initiative sounds a little sketchy, so the vigilante might be investigating the program's real intentions - and Team Arrow might lend him a hand.

What do you guys think? Would you like to see the Question come to Arrow? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Arrow airs on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.