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Every CW Superhero, Ranked From Worst To Best


With four shows so far, the DC Comics universe of heroes on The CW is mighty. Whether it's Team Flash, the Arrow gang, the Legends, of the crew at the DEO on Supergirl, these shows have been populated with so many heroes, that sometimes it's hard to keep straight.

Not all of these superheroes stand out, though. Follow along as we rank every superhero from the Arrow-verse, from worst to best.


46. Hawkgirl (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


The more left unsaid about the first season of Legends of Tomorrow, the better. Hawkgirl's powers of flight, strength, and reincarnation are impressive but she doesn't bring much to the team besides her ridiculous helmet.

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45. Hawkman (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


Hawkman doesn't have much to offer, either, with similar powers to his female counterpart and an equally silly costume.

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44. Rip Hunter (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


This character's biggest problem is that Legends of Tomorrow has yet to find a decent fit for him. From his time as an overbearing team boss to his amnesia to his current rivals storyline, Rip needs to find a purpose and stick with it.


43. Obsidian (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


The Justice Society was, at first, an exciting prospect. Unfortunately, the team--including Obsidian--hasn't stuck around long enough to make any lasting impact.

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42. Hourman (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


Like the rest of the Justice Society, there wasn't much of a chance for Hourman to shine. Still, as the leader of the group and the man who tracked down the Legends of Tomorrow, he's integral to their success.

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41. Dr. Mid-Nite (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


With the ability to see perfectly in the dark, Dr. Mid-Nite is an intriguing superhero that should be explored more. But like the rest of his Justice Society cohorts, he hasn't been featured in a major role.

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40. Stargirl (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


With the powers of flight and energy manipulation, Stargirl may be the most powerful member of her little-known Justice Society.

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39. Guardian (Supergirl)


It's easy to love James Olsen on Supergirl. His self-interested evolution to Guardian, however, has put both himself and Winn in danger, making him a questionable hero.

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38. Miss Martian (Supergirl)


White Martian M'gann M'orzz is one of a few of her people who doesn't hate green Martians. Instead, she forms a powerful alliance with the Martian Manhunter that's cut short when she returns to her home planet.

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37. Human Target (Arrow)


Being a master of disguise might not be the most useful superpower in this universe. That said, it comes in handy when Oliver Queen--or anybody--needs a decoy.

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36. Katana (Arrow)


While she hasn't adopted the name Katana on Arrow, Tatsu Yamashiro plays a significant role in Oliver Queen's flashbacks, even donning the character's signature mask. Still, it's hard to tell how useful she'd be as a team member. She's more of a lone wolf.

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35. Commander Steel (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


Like the rest of the Justice Society, Commander Steel hasn't stuck around. He was there long enough to inspire his grandson to become Citizen Steel, though.

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34. Jonah Hex (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


While Jonah Hex is an expert marksman and usually does what's right--including being an ally to the Legends when needed--he's still a man of another era. Shooting bad guys dead makes him a better fit for the Wild West.

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33. Vixen (Arrow)


This hero, who harnesses the life forces of various animals, has made appearances in animated shorts on CW Seed and in an episode of Arrow. With her power, she could have a big impact on her universe... if only she would return.

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32. Ragman (Arrow)


Ragman has a silly name, but he brought something special to Team Arrow: actual superpowers. Unfortunately, when the mystical Devarim rags lost their power, he left the team.

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31. Deathstroke (Arrow)


Deathstroke blurs the line between hero and villain, depending on where in the timeline his appearance takes place. But he always comes through for the Green Arrow when it matters most.

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30. Deadshot (Arrow)


Deadshot is another hero who walks the line of villainy. He does good things as part of the Suicide Squad but often in the worst way possible.

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29. Connor Hawke (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


If Spartan's son, Connor, was a regular fixture in this universe, he's surely be in the top ten. Sadly, he's only appeared once in a potential future, as the new Green Arrow.

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28. Speedy (Arrow)


Speedy replaced Arsenal on Team Arrow, but she was never meant to be a vigilante. She's since removed herself from that life.

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27. Vixen II (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


Amaya is the only Justice Society member to become a major fixture in her universe.

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26. Gypsy (The Flash)


Gypsy is still fairly new to the CW superhero universe. But with her ability to jump around the multiverse whenever Team Flash needs a little help, she's proving herself to be a valuable ally and, whether she likes it or not, a pretty good superhero.

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25. Arsenal (Arrow)


Roy Harper's journey to becoming Arsenal is as good as superhero origin stories get. A kid from the wrong side of the tracks, he trains under the Green Arrow. In doing so, Roy saves not only the city, but himself, too.

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24. John Constantine (Arrow)


Constantine was a great superhero even before arriving on The CW thanks to his one-season NBC series. Still, this master of the occult needs to show up on screen more.

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23. Citizen Steel (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


With the power to transform himself into solid steel and the drive to follow in the heroic footsteps of his grandfather, Commander Steel, Citizen Steel is on his way to being one of the greatest superheroes of all time. For now, though, he's still a rookie.

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22. Mr. Terrific (Arrow)


It's hard to figure out why Curtis chooses the life of a vigilante over running the operation behind the scenes. Still, as time goes by, he's proving himself a worthy hero in the field.

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21. Jesse Quick (The Flash)


Upon getting her speedster powers, she seemed to mature quickly. Now, as the hero of Earth Three, she's rarely seen. Hopefully, she'll continue to grow in the role.

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20. Black Canary II (Arrow)


Like Oliver Queen, Dinah Drake was once lost in grief and seeking revenge. Hopefully, she'll continue to grow as a character and a hero.

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19. Mon-El (Supergirl)


The Prince of Daxam has an impressive list of superpowers, including invulnerability to Earth's weapons and accelerated healing.

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18. Killer Frost (The Flash)


Caitlin Snow may waver between hero and villain, but she's shown time and again that there is good in her heart. She just needs to be that person more often.

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17. Wild Dog (Arrow)


This newer recruit has proven himself a good student in the Green Arrow's style of vigilantism. Still, he has some maturing to do if he wants to rise up in the ranks.

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16. The Atom (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


This universe's answer to Iron Man--a billionaire who creates his own suit of super armor--has become much more than that as the heart of the Legends. It's a welcome surprise to anyone who watched Season 3 of Arrow.

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15. Overwatch (Arrow)


While some may want to debate Felicity's status as a superhero, she's been given a hero's nickname--Overwatch. The Green Arrow would be utterly lost without her guiding the way.

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14. Captain Cold (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


Like his best friend Heat Wave, Cold got his start as a villain before becoming a hero. While Cold's death prevents him from reaching his full potential, his sacrifice still registers as a powerful final deed.

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13. Jay Garrick (The Flash)


The Flash of Earth Three is not only a terrific hero but also the mentor Barry has needed. If only he could be around more often.

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12. Firestorm (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


It wasn't smooth sailing when Jefferson Jackson and Martin Stein first joined together to become Firestorm. But now that they've figured out how to work together to harness their powers, it's hard to image Legends without them.

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11. Heat Wave (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


Though he was introduced as a villain on The Flash, Heat Wave's inclusion in Legends of Tomorrow--along with his reckless attitude and twisted sense of humor--has made him a fan-favorite.

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10. Kid Flash (The Flash)


While Wally is still a relatively new speedster, he's already a powerful member of the team--perhaps moreso than The Flash himself. Kid Flash's future is bright.

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9. Martian Manhunter (Supergirl)


Though he initially keeps his identity secret, J'onn J'onzz is Supergirl's most powerful ally and a terrific mentor in the ways of being a hero to the world. With his abilities, J'onn plays a major role in keeping National City safe.

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8. Vibe (The Flash)


At first, Cisco is horrified by his ability to manipulate dimensional energy. But now that he bridges the multiverse, he's a key player of Team Flash and seems to have fun with his powers.

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7. Black Canary (Arrow)


Originally wanting to honor her fallen sister, the Black Canary--one of the Green Arrow's most trusted allies--quickly became a hero in her own right. Sadly, she is killed by Damien Darhk.

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6. Spartan (Arrow)


John Diggle's evolution from Oliver Queen's bodyguard to Spartan is one of Arrow's greatest joys. He doesn't have superpowers or a quest for vengeance powering him. Instead, Spartan becomes a superhero because he wants to make the world a better place.

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5. Superman (Supergirl)


The fact that the world's most iconic superhero exists in these shows is special enough. This version of Superman, however, is exactly what fans expect: He's positive, helpful, and always there for his cousin Supergirl.

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4. White Canary (DC's Legends of Tomorrow)


Following her resurrection, Sara Lance has taken up the mantle of White Canary to fight evil throughout time. She was a danger before, but transformed, she's a true leader of her team.

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3. Supergirl (Supergirl)


The Maiden of Might is a powerful force to be reckoned with in National City. Given that she exists on a different Earth than the rest of The CW's DC shows, it puts her in more danger too. Still, it's nothing the Kryptonian can't handle.

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2. Green Arrow (Arrow)


The CW's first DC superhero is also one of its best. The Green Arrow protects his city from both common thieves and would-be world-destroyers with magical powers.

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1. The Flash (The Flash)


The Scarlet Speedster is the very definition of superhero, always willing to do whatever it takes to save the day. The fastest man alive is exactly what every superhero should aspire to be: selfless, respectable, and unwilling to cross the line.

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