DC's Legends of Tomorrow is going to look a little different in season two. After bidding farewell to several members of the team last year, The CW's superhero team-up series will introduce several new characters.
"I just don't want to mess anything up," said new addition Nick Zano, who plays Citizen Steel, at Saturday’s Comic-Con panel. "I spent three days working so far and I had a moment with Victor [Garber] and I've always wanted to work with Victor. I was doing a scene with him and I'm staring at him and there was silence and he said, 'Your turn.'"
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For Zano, who is attending his first Comic-Con this year, getting used to the convention life has been a journey, to say the least. His one lesson: "Not spoil any more secrets!"
Maisie Richardson-Sellers, who joins the team as Vixen, hopes to bring a "new energy to the team."
"Right out of the gate, we’re blending these worlds," executive producer Phil Klemmer said of the new episodes.
Executive producer Marc Guggenheim revealed that the Legends premiere will feature a familiar archery expert.
"We're going to see Mr. Stephen Amell playing Oliver Queen right from the very beginning," Guggenheim said, slipping in that Oliver will be the Star City mayor.
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As for who the Legends will be fighting in the new season, it'll be a team of villains being dubbed the Legion of Doom that will consist of Reverse Flash (Matt Letscher), Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman, who crashed the panel), Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) and Damien Dahrk (Neal McDonough).
DC's Legends of Tomorrow returns Oct. 13 on The CW.