Guggenheim Shares New Arrow Concept Art Ahead of Season 6 Premiere


The sixth season of The CW's Arrow begins tonight, and will answer one big question: who's still around from Team Arrow? The last season ended with everyone on Lian Yu just as Prometheus' explosives ravaged the island in chaos. But while those answers presumably arrive tonight, series creator Marc Guggenheim shared concept art of the team's costumes in pristine glass cases, presumably to fuel discussion of who did and didn't survive .

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It's natural that Green Arrow's costume is front and center, flanked on the left by Spartan and Black Canary's on the left, then Mr. Terrific, Wild Dog, and what appears to be Black Siren's on the far right. The roster of Team Arrow has grown significantly over the years starting with the second season -- te first official new recruits were Arsenal (Roy Harper) and Black Canary I (Sara Lance) before they were replaced by Speedy (Thea Queen) and Black Canary II (Laurel Lance), respectively. John Diggle became Spartan in the fourth season, and with the departure of Thea and Laurel's death at the end of that season, new members were added in season five: Wild Dog (Rene Ramirez), Mr. Terrific (Curtis Holt), Artemis (Evelyn Sharp), Black Canary III (Dinah Lance), and Ragman (Rory Regan), though Ragman later left after his powers ceased to work and Artemis turned out to be a traitor.

Exactly which member (or members) of Team Arrow survived Prometheus' wrath remains a mystery for now, but fans will learn whose costume will remain on permanent display soon enough.

Debuting on Oct. 12, the season six premiere of Arrow is “Fallout.” Developed by Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg, Arrow stars Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, Colin Donnell, David Ramsey, Willa Holland, Susanna Thompson, Paul Blackthorne, Emily Bett Rickards, Colton Haynes, Manu Bennett, John Barrowman, Echo Kellum and Josh Segarra.

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