This past Thursday, it was announced that The CW is in early development on a superhero team-up project spinning out of Arrow and The Flash. The characters announced so far include Captain Cold, The Atom and Martin Stein (one-half of Firestorm), and actress Caity Lotz will also be included, though it’s unclear who exactly she’s playing. With the potential to go straight-to-series and featuring fan-favorites from both Arrow and The Flash, this project would definitely be a game-changer for the DC TV universe that The CW has built over the past three years. But wait, there’s more!

One of the more interesting tidbits of information was that the show will also feature three DC superheroes that have never been in a TV series before. With DC vast library of characters, this doesn’t narrow down the possibilities by a lot, but it does have us wondering who might be introduced to this DC TV universe. After browsing who hasn’t had to fortune of appearing on a live-action TV series yet (since almost every DC hero has been seen in animation at one point or another), here are our top picks for who could star in this superhero spinoff.

10. Spoiler
10. Spoiler
Arrow has used its fair share of Batman characters over the last three seasons, and between Gotham and the upcoming DC movies, there aren’t too may allies or villains left to use. However, if this series is looking to add another talented martial artist crimefighter to the mix, Stephanie Brown, a.k.a. Spoiler, is the right girl. Daughter of the supervillain Cluemaster, Stephanie decided to become a vigilante to stop her father’s criminal activities. Eventually, she started working with the Bat-Family and was even both Robin and Batgirl at separate times during the pre-New 52 universe. Although she’s been a fan favorite in the Batman mythos, she’s obscure enough that it would be possible to effectively remove the Bat-aspects of her origin while retaining what makes her special for this TV universe.

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