A couple of interesting tidbits from last night's DC Television panels.
While last night's DC television news was dominated by the reveal of Ra's Al Ghul as Arrow's "Big Bad" of the season, there were a couple of other interesting tidbits too. First was that Ted Grant, aka Wildcat, would appear on Arrow and interact with Laurel. In the comics, Grant was one of Black Canary's teachers, and trained her how to fight.
The other, and not so surprising, bit of DC character news was that Constantine would be adding more DC occult characters as the series progressed. According to producer David Goyer, the first DC character (besides Constantine and Zed) will appear in the fifth or sixth episode.
In other news, Arrow producers revealed that the eighth episode of Arrow would be titled "Flash vs. Arrow" and that a Felicity-centric episode would be titled "Oracle".
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