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LEGENDS OF TOMORROW: First Look at Felicity in Costume [The CW]

Felicity Costume Concept Art

Concept Art of Felicity’s Outfit in Legends of Tomorrow

After helping out Team Arrow for a few years, Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) is finally about to get her own superhero costume when she teams up with the Legends in Legends of Tomorrow to take down the Legion of Doom. We have our first look at her new outfit.

Felicity has spent most of Arrow sitting behind her computers assisting the team in the sidelines. All of that is about to change during next week’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow when she helps the time travelers with the Legion. In the crossover, she will be suiting up with a costume, and we have our first look of the outfit in this official concept art.

EP Marc Guggenheim posted these images on his Twitter page saying, “Concept art from next week’s Legends of Tomorrow…” The photos show Felicity in an outfit that is very similar to the Huntress, though it doesn’t look like she will be using that name. She will appear in costume during the episode ‘Doomworld’, which will show an alternate reality created by the Legion of Doom after they use the Spear of Destiny and Team Arrow appears to have been deeply affected by it. With reality being changed, it will be interesting to see how much Team Arrow has changed since we know that Felicity will be an entirely different person.

Check out the new images of Felicity in her new costume and let us know what you think.

Felicity Costume Concept Art

Felicity Costume Concept Art

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