ARROW TO Welcome In Two More Characters From THE FLASH In An Upcoming Episode

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VibefrostThe Flash pilot hasn’t even premiered yet, and people are already clamoring for a crossover between The Scarlet Speedster and the show in which the character first popped up, Arrow. While it remains to be seen when or even if we will see a crossover of the two heroes, one thing is for sure, they will be borrowing each-others supporting characters.

This new bit of character swapping was first revealed by a Reddit user who posted a call list for Arrow. Not so out of the ordinary, but it was the names that caught most peoples eyes as Danielle Panabaker and Carlos Valdez show up on the list. That’s right, Caitlin Snow better know to comic fans as Killer Frost and Cisco Ramon better know as Vibe, well be making their Arrow debut.

Now with any photo on the web there comes some concerns about whether the image is real or not. This was quickly squashed by Arrow Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim who at a Q & A confirmed that the characters would be making the trip to Starling City in episode 19 of season two.

No word yet on what capacity Snow and Ramon will factor into the episode they will be appearing in. Basically what is seems they are doing is getting the characters out there and in the open for the audience to see so that when we see them during The Flash pilot we will have more characters that we have seen before. Catch Arrow on Wednesday’s at 8PM EST and The Flash when it premieres later this year on The CW.

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