Stephen Amell Talks Arrow’s Crossover Compatibility with Other DC Shows

The crossover between “Arrow” and “The Flash” that took place last year was a big hit both for The CW and the two shows as a whole, and it got fans hungry for more. Speaking at Dallas Comic Con’s Fan Days (via Comic Book) this weekend, Oliver Queen himself Stephen Amell was asked about “Arrow” crossing over with the other DC Entertainment shows such as “Constantine,” “Gotham,” and the in-development “Supergirl.”

“It would be interesting. I was saying this earlier. It would be interesting to cross over with Constantine, only because he knows a lot about the Lazarus Pit, which is something that we’ve introduced in the show this year,” Amell said. “It would be cool to crossover with Supergirl because it’s something with Greg Berlanti, who’s the helmer and sort of the brain trust or the center of the brain trust of Arrow and The Flash and I know so many of the people that are involved in the production of that show so that would be really interesting. And Gotham would be a tough one, just because I think they’re out in a different time but the crossover with The Flash was so much fun and did so well that I can’t imagine a world — a universe, no pun intended — where that didn’t happen and continue to happen all the time.”

CW President Mark Pedowitz confirmed at this year’s TCA that the “Arrow” and “The Flash” crossover will become a yearly event for the two shows, and given the shared ownership of The CW between CBS and W,B a crossover with “Supergirl” isn’t out of the realm of possibility. What shows do you want to see crossover with “Arrow?” Sound off below!

“Arrow” airs Wednesdays at 8 P.M. EST.