Stephen Amell shot down the rumor, but surely The CW could pull a few strings to have Jensen Ackles appear as Batman in the Arrowverse.
SERGIO PEREIRA is a speculative fiction author and journalist from Johannesburg, South Africa. He has a strong interest in comic books, film, music, and comedy. When he's not reading or writing, he enjoys a game of Pro Evolution Soccer, watching football, catching up on films, and playing with his dog. His short stories have appeared in various magazines and anthologies, such as Devolution Z, Sirens Call Publications's Monster Brawl!, Centum Press's 100 Voices, and Tales from the Lake: Vol. 3 from Crystal Lake Publishing. Rumour has it that when you read his articles, a magical unicorn comes and answers all of life's difficult questions. Okay, maybe that last bit is a lie, but did it at least make you laugh considering that you made it this far?
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