SDCC 2017: The CW Present Arrow, Flash, Supergirl And Legends Trailers SDCC 2017: The CW Present Arrow, Flash, Supergirl And Legends Trailers
Warner Bros have been busy this Comic Con, and aside from their cinematic ventures, they’ve also come to present their television shows courtesy of... SDCC 2017: The CW Present Arrow, Flash, Supergirl And Legends Trailers

Warner Bros have been busy this Comic Con, and aside from their cinematic ventures, they’ve also come to present their television shows courtesy of The CW. That’s right, all new trailers for Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and Legends Of Tomorrow have been unveiled, teasing what is to come for the next chapter in these heroes’ lives.

While much of the Arrow trailer recaps those fateful events at the close of Season 5, the trailer does go some way to show what can be expected. The theme of family is clear for all to see, with Oliver and his son William taking up a fair share of the teaser time, along with the returned Slade Wilson and the always welcome sight of Katie Cassidy in full attire.

The Flash also returns in October and while his exit at the close of Season 3 has seen Iris look to try and move on as best as she can, a new villain arrives on the scene demanding his presence otherwise they’ll use all their powers to destroy Central City. Cue a handy contraption that may well see the return of Barry and The Flash…

The Legends Of Tomorrow trailer may well include all the ingredients to have us returning to the Wave Rider as we bear witness to dinosaurs, a circus run by none other than Billy Zane, a new and very dangerous villain, and even a Titanic joke to boot. What more could you want?!

Supergirl‘s Season 3 trailer sees the loss of Karamel (pass us the tissues) and even looks to see Kara shedding herself of her human alter-ego Kara Danvers. Instead she’ll need all her focus to take on new villains, greater threats and so much more. Brining the drama and so much more, this is a trailer not to be missed.

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