The legends of tomorrow series have finally revealed its season 6 premiere through the new poster. However, Arrowverse mocks the MCU’s Avengers during its season 6 premiere by making its latest marvel reference. Yes, MCU is referred once more in the Arrowverse. Regardless of being the rival companies, Arrowverse never forgets to mention Marvel Universe across the CW’s numerous DC TV shows.
From characters like Hulk, Spider-Man, She-Hulk, and Howard the Duck, to the late Marvel legend Stan Lee, The CW characters are clear devotees of the opponent brand. The case is likely that on Earth-Prime, Marvel is a comic distributor that prompted the MCU to be an enormous franchise in reality.
In the Legends of Tomorrow season 6 debut, “Ground Control to Sara Lance,” the scene gets started right where they left off a year ago as aliens captured white Canary. While caught on the spaceship, Sara and a captured Spartacus get into a battle with another caught outsider, with Sara doing the entirety of the work while he holds on to watch.
As Sara calls him out on it, Spartacus attempts to forget about it, saying that he would retaliate for her if she had passed on. Irritated with the not-so-undefeatable Spartacus, whose timetable doesn’t have the Marvel hero group, Sara trips him over. She says that “being an Avenger is idiotic,” expressing that a Preventer has a higher priority than being an Avenger.
Out of the multitude of shows to have anycast get into a Marvel banter, Legends of Tomorrow would possess all the necessary qualities the best, perhaps with an appearance of The Flash’s Cisco Ramon. The Arrowverse has now gone similarly as referencing The Avengers in this universe, which is practically similar to a discourse on pointless competition among Marvel and DC fandoms.
The next best thing would be for the MCU to begin dropping a few references to the DC Universe, regardless of whether it be the Arrowverse or DCEU. While this is likely not going to be the last Marvel reference the Arrowverse makes, it was all the while fitting for Legends of Tomorrow to be the show to specify The Avengers interestingly for the first time.