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You might think that Legends of Tomorrow already has way too many heroes to worry about going into Season 2 - what with the Justice Society of America coming - that it can't possibly bring in anyone else. You would be wrong,

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From the looks of things, Stephen Amell isn't going to be strictly dealing with peacekeeping issues when Oliver Queen returns to Legends of Tomorrow. Oliver hasn't spent as much time around Mick as the rest of the Legends, so it's highly possible he'll suspect the Rogue of one thing or another, prompting a confrontation. And if we know Mick, he'll probably incite that confrontation with a smile on his face.

Unfortunately, while we know Stephen Amell will be making his third appearance on Legends of Tomorrow, we're not at all sure exactly what his time on the super-spinoff will consist of. The episode, titled "Out of Time," will introduce other members of the Justice Society like Stargirl (whom we recently got a good look at), as well as the DC TV debut of Albert Einstein, so there's obviously enough going on for Oliver Queen to not feel out of place as well as out of time.

And speaking of those Justice Society folks, that looks like Matthew MacCaull in the back of the image below, and we all know he'll be introduced as the Hank "Commander Steel" Heywood.

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Oliver's first two adventures with the Legends were pretty badass. He was in the pilot episode, which was built off of the Arrow/Flash crossovers that introduced the newer super squad. And he also showed up as the bearded and one-armed Oliver from the year 2046, which is when we also met Connor Hawke. It'd be great if Amell's latest jaunt across series could follow-up on that future storyline, but we'll take what we can.

On top of everyone we've already mentioned, Legends of Tomorrow will also bring in much of the rest of the DC TV heroes for the mega-super-duper-crossover later this year, and we can expect to see The Flash and Supergirl at that point. As well, we're going to get another version of Vixen (as part of the Justice Society) and a new supergroup of recognizable villains. The Legion of Doom, as they'll be known, will be made up of Reverse-Flash, Malcolm Merlyn, Damien Darhk and Captain Cold. Thank goodness more good guys will be around.

It won't be too much longer until we finally get to watch the DC TV universe get back to its strengths, as Legends of Tomorrow is set to kick off Season 2 on The CW on Thursday, October 13, at 8:00 p.m. ET. To see when the rest of your favorite shows will hit the airwaves, check out our fall TV schedule.

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