While he might not have made his way to the big-screen Suicide Squad, Arrow's Michael Rowe is apparently not completely done with comic book roles just yet.
The actor recently tweeted something that teased his involvement with...something...from Valiant Entertainment. Along with his eyes and the company logo, Rowe hashtagged the image "#ninja."
Of course, Valiant's resident ninja, a character named Ninjak, is a white guy whose eyes are the only thing visible through his mask. So it's pretty easy to see where people would pretty quickly get the idea that's who he's playing.
In the tweet, which you can see below, Rowe also tagged Bat in the Sun, a group of filmmakers whose YouTube Channel is best known for Super Power Beat Down, but who have also worked with Machinima on projects like Transformers: Combiner Wars and Street Fighter: Resurrection.
Assuming there's anything to the tweet, one has to wonder whether it's as simple as Valiant finally getting representation in the fan-favorite fight series Super Power Beat Down, or if it's something more exciting, like a full-on webseries or some other kind of project featuring Rowe as Colin King, the man in the Ninjak costume.
There's definitely something up, though; in the comments below Rowe's tweet, Valiant CEO Dinesh Shamdasani wrote that he was excited about the project, and added the hashtag for New York Comic Con. Over on his own Twitter feed, he also retweeted a pair of reports that claimed he had tied the project to Mighty Morphin Power Rangers actor Jason David Frank and pro wrestler John Morrison.0comments
So far, there hasn't been much movement on live-action projects from Valiant. They have had Bloodshot in development for a while, and made some waves a couple of years ago when a Chinese firm invested huge money into their R&D, but if there's an announcement coming with actors already attached and, as Shamdasani seems to suggest, footage already shot, it's likely the first real live-action project we'll see from the company since they relaunched in 2012.
ComicBook.com has reached out to representatives for both Valiant and Bat in the Sun, but haven't received word back as of this writing.