Saturday, August 20, 2016

Vigilante Vs. Captain America



Arrow has been hit or miss as a series lately but I have to admit the upcoming season has me intrigued.  Joining Oliver Queen will be some of DC's cooler street level heroes.  Wild Dog, Ragman, The Human Target and Vigilante are slated to go into action and it should be enjoyable to see how their different methods clash with Team Arrow.

12 comments:

A. Clay Campbell esq. said...

I hadn't herd about Ragman showing up in Arrow. Looking forward to seeing how they handle that character.
As for the Human target, will it be the Christopher Chance from the 2010 series?

Linneman said...

Live action Wild Dog? Awesome. And, great cover!

Sonofjack Well said...

Cap beaten up looking and hiding from Adrian Chase?!? A fight between Cap and Adrian Chase would last about three seconds and end with The Vigilante flat on his back....

Sorry to go all fanboy, but this is Cap we're talking about!

Cary Comic said...

What SonofJack said.

Wolfhammer said...

HUMAN TARGET was a great show. Adding him to the mighty ARROW is the best news I've heard all day. Now if we could just get a QUESTION series.

Tim said...

Don't forget, Cap says he just had a run in with Scourge. Still, even a fatigued and beaten Cap rolls over Chase.

Wondering about the upcoming 1600. Would love to see Rogue back in action. As she has a thing for aliens, how about Starfire?

Lee Sharp said...

Awesome Vigilante's one of my all time favorites!

Simon Dyer said...

"Lately."

Anonymous said...

it's about time we get some Ragman!

Simreeve said...

Anonymous said...
"it's about time we get some Ragman!"

"Tune in tomorrow: same Rag time, same Rag channel!"
^_^

Cary Comic said...

Good one, Anonymous!

And, I agree. No matter how much Scourge might've "softened" Cap up, Adrian Chase's Vigilante would still be outclassed.

Much like Elongated Man vs. Galactus.

Matthew Baugh said...

I wonder if it will be the Adrian Chase version of Vigilante or the Greg Saunders version.

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