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Which DC TV Heroes Could Survive in The Walking Dead?

What would happen if Arrow, Constatine, Gotham, and The Flash existed in The Walking Dead's brutal, zombie-infested world? We share our thoughts on the possibilities!

The Flash and Arrow will soon join forces and that's all kinds of exciting. We're very anxious to see how the crossover is handled, but it also got us wondering about other potential crossovers between comic book shows. There's a lot of cool possibilities that'll obviously never happen because of legal issues and all that, but the thought of these different characters existing in The Walking Dead's zombie apocalypse is just so much fun. Who would thrive? Who would fall? How would they react to this new and shockingly violent scenario? Let's talk about it!

Arrow

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Photo credit: Kharen Hill/The CW

First and foremost, would Oliver Queen be okay with killing the undead? He could pin them to walls with well-placed arrows or use trick arrows to incapacitate others, but sooner or later, there's going to be too many and he won't be able to provide a non-lethal measure for all of them. If you're a human and you want to survive the zombie apocalypse, odds are you're going to destroy a zombie's brain at some point. The emerald archer's been doing his best to avoid taking a life, but what if his enemies already had their lives taken from them?

It seems safe to assume he'd go for non-lethal measures as the outbreak first occurred. He and his allies would attempt to help others by restraining, pinning down, or simply holding back walkers. After all, how terrible would he feel if he starts putting arrows into zombies' heads and then the zombification can be reversed? Odds are they'd restrain one and bring it back to the "Arrowcave" to let Felicity study it (she'd be the most qualified person for the job, wouldn't she?). Eventually, Felicity would hit Ollie with the hard truth: These zombies need to get an arrow in the brain. Given the size of the situation, Ollie would attempt to reach out to Amanda Waller at some point. Are they somehow responsible for this? Was it a chemical weapon gone wrong? Do they have a cure or are they close to having one? With a scenario like this breaking out, Waller and her crew will have their hands full, so let's assume Oliver and Starling City are on their own and Waller's using the Suicide Squad for more important locations and missions.

Oliver can't save the entire city from the floods of zombies, so odds are he and his allies would focus on making sure their loved ones are safe and they'd lock down the club; that'll be their shelter. With this scenario, there's no room for the "keep my identity safe" business; making sure that the people he cares about are safe is far more important than not letting them know he's the Green Arrow. This is going to bring a lot of drama forward. How will Thea react to Oliver keeping this secret? Their mother is dead and it's all because Deathstroke wanted to make Arrow suffer. Will Thea reveal she's been training with Malcolm? And will how Malcolm play a part in this? Given the bleak situation, he'd likely want to be responsible for his daughter's safety and not just assume Oliver can protect her. Would they work together? Probably, but it would be an uneasy alliance and more than likely explode at some point.

While Ray Palmer more than likely works technology to help combat the situation -- something that could eventually play a big role -- Laurel and Wildcat are going to be an additional concern for Oliver. Clearly, Wildcat will want to go out there and do his part to help the community and he seemed to be okay with having Laurel by his side. Two melee fighters against swarms of zombies, though? Not the best idea around. Even if Oliver gets them back to the club, the dynamic between them won't be easy and produce even more drama. As for Ra's al Ghul, I see no reason why he'd get involved in the chaos happening over in Starling City and would focus on other locations which have far more value for him. But what I'm really wondering about is how this will impact Slade Wilson. The dude's a killing machine, so would Oliver let him rot in the hidden prison and eventual die because he'll run out of food and water, or will he release him after they can reach some kind of truce? There's a lot of a bad blood there and odds are Ollie will be busy with what's going on in Starling City, but it would be surprising if the thought didn't cross his mind at some point. Honestly, it's unlikely Queen would trust Slade and release him -- he's too big of a threat -- but maybe Waller would cut a deal with Slade and use him to help battle the waves of zombies.

Team Arrow has the skill, weaponry and resources required to survive for quite some time and several plot elements could lead to interesting developments (e.g. Palmer, Waller), but eventually, their human limitations and desire to help everyone they care about could lead to their downfall. You can really imagine the family drama and bad decisions (here's looking at you, Laurel and Wildcat) eventually playing a big role. There's a lot of people they're looking after and eventually, one minor error could be fatal. They'd take out a lot of zombies -- you know, when they eventually realize they have to -- and they'd survive for quite some time, but I wouldn't give team Arrow the best odds out of all the DC TV heroes against the zombie apocalypse.

Constantine

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Photo credit: Gene Page/AMC

For John Constantine, the zombie apocalypse would just be another day gone horribly wrong and the twisted development wouldn't be a baffling turn of events to him. He'd be the most familiar with this kind of enemy and the most prepared for it, but does that technically make him the most qualified to handle it?

Characters from Arrow can physically hold their own against a number of enemies and swiftly navigate the rooftops, but will John's tactics work when he's backed into a corner and massively outnumbered? His approach often relies on having some space to focus and say what needs to be said and it sometimes requires prep time. With zombies, every single second counts and even one small mistake can end it. We're talking about a threat that can literally pop up just about anywhere. If humans are there, there could be a zombie right behind the next door or sitting down behind a piece of furniture, ready and willing to bite a leg if it wanders by. He has the means to keep going for quite some time and his hideout offers a lot of options, but if he treats this like another case and heads out there in an attempt to fix the world -- which he probably would for at least some amount of time -- he may eventually get in over his head. He can prepare and prepare, but a single bite or the slightest error is going to lead to his end. Unfortunately, given what we've seen in the show, I'm not very confident in his ability to handle threats that could and most likely would randomly pop up.

He's smart and often focused on self-preservation, but in the show, he's made more than a few risky decisions. He's confident and witty, but so much more is needed when it comes to dealing with a zombie that stumbled into you and another one is just a few feet away. I can think of at least two times he's needed assistance from others or else he would have died. This isn't the time he'd want to make one of those poor choices and slipping up against even a single zombie or being unaware of one that's lurking around the corner would be disastrous. Luckily for him, he does have allies by his side and, seeing as we're dealing with the undead, this could generate some amusing interactions with Papa Midnight. However, after realizing there's nothing they can do to save the world, they'd probably go into survival mode. Maybe he'd equip the Sword of Night as he went out into the world? We saw that in a recent episode, so how awesome would that be?!

It's really tough to speculate about this one because our knowledge of TV Constantine's tricks and gear is pretty limited (we've only seen 6 episodes), but based on that, we can think about how he'd act. On paper, he should be the best one in this situation, but when everything hits the fan, he often requires help or adequate prep time. With zombies, there's no room for charm and there often isn't time to set up your plan of attack. You can establish traps and other things, but you need to be able to react swiftly and that could lead to the end of Matt Ryan's excellent Constantine. He has the potential to thrive in this setting, but his personality and the way he combats the threat could mean major trouble for him.

Gotham

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Photo credit: Greg Nicotero/AMC

James Gordon and Harvey Bullock taking on zombies? Sounds like a good time, doesn't it? This would be really fun to witness, but for the two police officers, it would be a nightmare. They've encountered a drug that enhances someone's strength, but battling the undead is a whole new concept form them -- one that would be totally surreal. They'd quickly learn a headshot is the only way to drop a walker and they'd likely give Edward Nygma one to study, but the long-term scenario here just isn't good for them. They can hold their own in most combat situations, but they aren't exceptional in that regard. To make matters even worse, they're located in a heavily populated city; a rough place to be if you want to avoid fighting zombies.

Zombies wouldn't be the only threat, either. With chaos erupting in the streets, each gang would make their move for extra power. Suddenly, politics go out the window and the gloves would come off. An alliance between these groups just doesn't seem very likely given all of the heated relationships. So many characters would use this scenario as a chance to backstab someone or let their true intentions come front and center. It would be kill or be killed in Gotham and it would be devastating.

Luckily for Gordon, Harvey's stepped up and is beginning to show some courage again. That's huge for Gordon because he needs someone he can rely on, not someone who will bolt when things look bleak. Now, it's up for debate how Harvey would react if things got especially ugly, but considering how things have been going, it seems safe to say Harvey will try to be a good partner. They may not be as skilled or as accurate as characters from Arrow, but they'd have each other's back

How long would they try to survive in the city, though? It probably wouldn't be very long before Nygma realizes he can't find a way to stop this and it's a "we really hope the government is doing something about this" situation. Would James and Harvey flee the crowded and bloody streets and head to Wayne Manor? They could establish a better defense there and the region is less populated. Still, this world is an uphill struggle for these characters. Even though the show has a purposefully over-the-top tone at times, these characters don't often go above what ordinary humans are capable of and they don't seem to bring any noteworthy advantages to the table. They could survive for quite some time -- Harvey, James, and Alfred is quite a team -- but throwing unleashed criminals into the mix isn't helping their chances. Zsasz would likely having a blast during all of this mayhem. All of those zombies means he's going to be adding a lot of marks! On the plus side, all Gordon needs to do is survive for a decade or so and then Batman will protect them, right? Okay, I'm obviously joking, but it is interesting to think about how this situation could change Bruce's development. You know, assuming they survive long enough.

Out of all the DC shows, it seems like this group probably has the worst chances of surviving the longest. Gotham City is already a violent and dangerous place, so adding a flood of vicious zombies is only going to make things so much harder for everyone and it means all of the politics will go right out the window. It's going to be an ugly, ugly place.

The Flash

Photo credit: Frank Ockenfels 3/AMC
Photo credit: Frank Ockenfels 3/AMC

Super speed versus zombies? The winner seems obvious enough, yeah? It's an ideal power to have against the slow, shuffling hordes. They'd be so easy to evade. However, Barry Allen isn't some bloodlusted or selfish person who's just going to look out for himself by avoiding zombies or have fun totally unleashing against them. He does his best to avoid killing (he'd likely hope for a cure) and he's driven by the desire to help others. Even though he's incredibly powerful, he's still relatively new to this and Barry's urge to protect everyone could lead to his downfall. All it takes is one small mistake, after all, and we know he doesn't have the best reaction time when an attack comes from behind. If he stops to save someone or even tell a crowd about a safe zone, this leaves him vulnerable and all it takes is a second or so in this depressing world to end your life. This is something Harrison Wells would be more than aware of and this would most definitely lead to a heated debate between the two. Wells' number one objective is to protect Flash, but if Barry has the ability to save innocent people from a sea of the undead, he's going to try his best to do so. This is sure to create some drama in S.T.A.R. Labs.

Another element that'll create potential drama: Iris and Joe West. Joe may want to stick in Central City and help out, but eventually, Barry will want to take both of them to S.T.A.R. Labs to keep them safe. He probably could find a way to keep his identity safe from Iris -- like we saw in the last episode, super speed is a big help with that -- but honestly, if things are getting this dire, it would be silly for him to keep hiding it from her. How will she react upon learning this? Will she understand or will she be upset with Barry and her father for not trusting her with this secret? The last thing Barry needs when he's running around the city and saving lives is to have his mind occupied and full of concerns, so if she takes the news poorly, that could really hinder his actions when he's out there.

Even though Barry's inexperience and desire to save everyone could result in a zombie sinking its teeth into him, I'm thinking team Flash has the best odds in this case. Not only are possible metahumans and characters like Captain Cold still out there, likely causing trouble and distractions for zombies, but S.T.A.R. Labs offers a huge amount of protection and equipment. Thanks to his speed, Barry has the ability to get a zombie and bring it back for study. Once it's there, Cisco, Caitlin, and Harrison have the equipment and intellect to conduct a thorough study. And, if it doesn't go well, Barry grabbing another zombie would be effortless for him. Additionally, we know Cisco isn't shabby when it comes to creating weapons that are effective against a specific type of target, so he'd be the perfect friend to have in the zombie apocalypse. It would probably be something that focused on a non-lethal way of restraining/incapacitating the undead. Even though Wells would want them not to hold back, it's just not in Barry's nature to kill something, especially when there's some degree of hope for finding a cure. When it comes to supplies, it would be beyond easy for Barry to bring back food and needed equipment, too.

Flash focusing on saving everyone potentially hurts his odds and gives zombies the slight window they'd need to get a taste of him (he should be too fast for them, but the show does have him slip up from time to time), but the combination of surreal powers, incredibly gifted minds and high-tech resources means team Flash should have the best odds in this situation. They could really hurt their chances if they foolishly agree to trust some of the clearly bad metahumans, but overall, it looks like they have what it takes to survive in this world for a very long time. It's funny since the two shows have totally different atmospheres. The Flash is so lighthearted and uplifting and The Walking Dead is so bleak and savage. Despite that, the gang from The Flash has a pretty good shot at staying alive for a good amount of time in a zombie-infested world. They may not kill a large number of walkers -- or any at all -- but that doesn't matter all that much because they really wouldn't need to. Any kind of threat they encounter, they can use their intellect and Barry's speed to counter. They may not eventually save the world, but they can save a lot of lives, find ways to help combat the overwhelming odds, and they should have no problem gathering important resources.

Which show do you think would be able to survive for the longest amount of time in The Walking Dead's brutal world?

84 Comments

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Posted By cdw101

Flash, obviously!!!!

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Posted By SaintWildcard
  1. Flash- Duh
  2. Oliver- He has the survival skills and is a bigger badder Daryl.
  3. Constantine- Not sure what he can do considering these zombies are science based not magic based. But he's got to have some tricks up his sleeve.
  4. Gordon/Bullock- They got good odds but they have nothing that puts them above the rest.
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I think everyone wants to see Selina Kyle get ripped apart by zombies at this point.........

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Posted By AgentP

For the Flash one, that's a really good point that I hadn't considered. He probably would just turn around and start talking to people with zombies behind him. Arrow however, would be smart about it and wouldn't care in the slightest about taking a zombie's "life". He has no killing rule, but he also has exceptions, and zombies is probably one of them. He's also got and underground hideout beneath a club that has a bar with food (I assume even though I've never seen anyone eat anything other than peanuts there but it's a bar. Come on.) He also has a van to make supply runs and groupies to help. Felicity could probably contact other survivors pretty easily (depending on how the epidemic begins). So yeah, Arrow survives, and Flash dies after some arguing and stupidity.

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Posted By Jonny_Anonymous

John is easily the smartest and most ruthless

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Posted By Xframe29

Flash would win.

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Posted By Dapperpomade

GPD would go first. Then team Arrow. As fast as the Flash is, his undoing would be his selflessness and desire to help others. I feel only Constantine would survive. I'd imagine the Mill House would prove to be a fortress that could withstand any zombie attack. How would Chas fair, since he is pretty much immortal? If he's bitten does he briefly turn into a zombie, or perhaps he could be used as a cure for the disease. 2-cents.

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Posted By MuyJingo

The answer is all of them, almost effortlessly.

I haven't read the comics and only know the show, but the walkers are not a credible threat. They occasionally are when in large numbers, or when they trap you in a tight space and catch you unexpected....but generally, they are not.

They are so slow, and so weak...something that you can escape by walking away at a brisk pace shouldn't be a threat. They only are due to the stupidity of the characters, more often than not.

All of these TV heroes deal with far more challenging foes. Once they learned they could use lethal force on the walkers, it wouldn't take them long to clean out the place.

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Posted By AgentP

Malcolm and Oliver would both immediately turn their attention towards Thea. Possibility 1; If Oliver gets ahold of her first, then he would say, "I'm the vigilante, and I have an underground hideout beneath Verdante. Let's go." Then she would flip shmit and rant, "You kept this from me. I hate you. blah blah blah." Then things get sketchy and he takes her to underground lair against her will where she mopes, complains and cries (and probably yells at Roy for a while). Then Malcolm shows up at the Arrowcave like, "yeah I knew about this the whole time," and tells Thea to come with him. Then Oliver says no, and they either fight to the "death" again, or begrudgingly work together for Thea's sake. Possibility 2; If Malcolm contacts her first, she would go with him out of the country. When Oliver can't find her, he and Roy look for her until they stray too far from home, run out of arrows and get overwhelmed by the number of zombies in the streets.

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Edited By MadeinBangladesh

LOl Gotham has NOOO chance

FLAAS SOLOS.

Arrow takes out a lot of them until he runs out of arrows

Constantine may survive if his magic spells work I guess.

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Posted By amazing_webhead

Flash is too fast for them, and Constantine is an expert in the supernatural. The Arrow would put up a good fight, but I don't think he could last forever.

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Posted By Guru_Crack

Flash would easily survive, Constantine I can't image dying in the Walking dead. Gordon & Bullock would be a more competent Rick Grimes so they should survive. I see Arrow surviving quite easily if normal humans can survive his training and skills should make it easy.

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Posted By SaintWildcard

Arrow takes out a lot of them until he runs out of arrows

Tell that to Daryl

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Edited By Black_Arrow

All of them survive. Gordon is like Rick Grimes. Flash team cures all the people.

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Posted By fil123

if the schmucks on the show can survive everyone listed can. those zombies are jokes

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Posted By Abyssdarkfire

Darly is not dead yet and Ollie is a hundred times better with arrows as well as hand 2 hand. Daryl is a guy with a weapon while Ollie is a walking weapon so he should be fine. Flash has the powers to survive however he is inexperienced and gets beaten by people how he should beat easily i seen him getting caught by surprise. Constantine it would be interesting to watch what he does i think he could make it. Gordon and Harvey they will make it as long as they are in some place secure with ammo and weapons oh wait a police station works perfectly.

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Posted By Sirzechs

Season 1 Ollie rekts those zombies

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Posted By Project_Worm

Too much of this assumes Everyone would treat the zombies like living beings instead of... zombies.

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Posted By EyeDCyou

JonCon and Flash would go the longest. Ollie would make it pretty far too.

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Edited By viin

I would say Arrow and Flash could easily do it. Constantine is just a question as to what his magic could do and to how many zombies. I would have to say no to Gordon and Bullock on Gotham.

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Posted By TheComedian_

  1. Flash- Duh
  2. Oliver- He has the survival skills and is a bigger badder Daryl.
  3. Constantine- Not sure what he can do considering these zombies are science based not magic based. But he's got to have some tricks up his sleeve.
  4. Gordon/Bullock- They got good odds but they have nothing that puts them above the rest.

My first thought while reading the Constantine section.

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Posted By patrat18

Barry, John and Oliver.

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Posted By HeirToTheKingdom

We have seen the helmet of Nabu in Constatine, possibly he would use it's power to combat the horde.

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Posted By CrazyScarecrow

The idea of Gotham's Gordon and Harvey surviving in the Walking Dead like world has to be the funniest, most impossible thing ever. Comics Gordon and Harvey? Yeah, I could see them survive though not the Gotham versions of the characters.

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Posted By TheDropkickJD

Only ones I see having a hard time is the GPD.

That's it. Oliver can reuse his arrows, i.e. Daryl.

Flash should be more than fine.

Honestly, I think a better question is: Which DC TV hero couldn't survive in the Walking Dead? Comics or show for that matter.

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Posted By joshmightbe

Flash saves all their a$$es then allows them to set up a defensive position allowing constantine and whatever scientists they saved to come up with a way to end it. Then in the last 5 minutes the dude from Ed will murder someone.

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Posted By mikebrowneyes

@k4tzm4n This is my favorite article in a long time. Good job!!!!!!

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Posted By MICKEY-MOUSE

As soon as the Electricity goes out Flecity is pretty useless. Obviously anyone with superpowers would stomp. I don't think Barry would be willing to kill the undead, but maybe Wells could talk him into it.

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Posted By MICKEY-MOUSE

If by some crazy accident the more powerful Flash characters get zombified, everyone is screwed.

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Posted By WarDishy_

Fantastic idea for an article, Gregg. I'm a bit confused though.

Are the characters transplanted into the Walking Dead universe, or does the zombie apocalypse happen in their own respective universes? The article title implies the former but the article itself implies the latter.

Let's not forget that Flash and Arrow inhabit the same universe so it's possible they could team up at some point.

However if they were transplanted then they would lose their home turf advantage and probably fare a little worse.

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Posted By obsidian_raindrop1

This article was really stupid. nobody has a problem killing zombies. The only struggle they would have is the fear of what zombies are.

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Posted By The_Scourge

Honestly, I don't get why Ollie doesn't have the best chance here. He's a proven survivor and has the skill and equipment to go along with it. People saying he'll run out of arrows obviously don't know who Daryl is but the big difference is that Ollie is much more skilled than Daryl in every possible aspect. Emotions might take a toll on him but Ollie has encountered so much tragedy already and always finds a way to focus himself on the bigger picture. He's surely surviving this thing no problem.

Flash fights too immaturely for me and is tagged way too often. He has the ability but his desire to help everyone along with his immaturity could lead him to get zombiefied as well. Although he too has a solid chance as long as he doesn't get too emotional like he always does even with the smallest things.

Constantine has good chances too although yeah he needs a lot of time to plan/cast his spells which would not help too much especially in tight situations. He understands loss and can cope with it though so I don't think he will have much of a problem in that department as well as a safe house that has a ton of magical artifacts. He can prep all he wants in there until he finds the best way to reverse or at least survive the apocalypse.

Gordon I'm not so sure because of where he is situated but he should do better than Rick does.

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@project_worm said:

Too much of this assumes Everyone would treat the zombies like living beings instead of... zombies.

This point only applies to Arrow in the early stage (because the no-kill rule is VERY important to him and in the beginning it's uncertain about what these things are and if it can be reversed) and Flash because he doesn't need to kill, doesn't want to, and his team does have the potential to work towards a cure. There's really isn't a good argument for the Flash killing zombies other than because it would look cool. It goes against his character.

@mikebrowneyes said:

@k4tzm4n This is my favorite article in a long time. Good job!!!!!!

That's awesome of you to say. Thank you so much!

@wardishy said:

Fantastic idea for an article, Gregg. I'm a bit confused though.

Are the characters transplanted into the Walking Dead universe, or does the zombie apocalypse happen in their own respective universes? The article title implies the former but the article itself implies the latter.

Let's not forget that Flash and Arrow inhabit the same universe so it's possible they could team up at some point.

However if they were transplanted then they would lose their home turf advantage and probably fare a little worse.

Thanks! This is basically saying "what if this show was in The Walking Dead's situation" and running with it. I was hoping the discussion itself made that clear enough, so apologies if it wasn't. I wanted to keep it isolated to just the show and how'd they'd fare if the zombie apocalypse randomly occurred. I could have gone in details about the CW-verse, but I wanted to focus just on the individual shows. And that would mean opening the door to waaaaay more possibilities and honestly, I already spent so much time on the article! I thought it would be more fun to basically narrow it down to "teams."

@obsidian_raindrop1 said:

This article was really stupid. nobody has a problem killing zombies. The only struggle they would have is the fear of what zombies are.

That's rude and I'm pretty sure if I said these thoughts to you in person, your immediate response wouldn't be, "that's really stupid." And, if it was so blunt and threw manners out the window like that, I'd expect you to at least back it up with good points... but what you're saying is blatantly disregarding who TV Barry Allen is and the fact he has the brains and technology of S.T.A.R. Labs behind him. Unlike the other situations, they have the potential to find a cure and Barry's power means there's really no good reason for him to kill. If he wanted to, he could decimate, but that's not who he is. His personality means he wouldn't want to kill and his ability means he wouldn't need to -- in his world, there's still hope to find a cure and save everyone. The bit with Arrow only applies to the very beginning, when they're not 100% certain what they're facing and Oliver isn't sure about whether these are people or completely gone. So, I'm going to have to disagree with your point that "nobody has a problem killing zombies" because I sincerely think Flash would. Everyone else? They'd absolutely kill when they need to.

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Posted By Koays

Pfft.....Bullock is 0 and life in fights he'll get himself and Gordon killed before they get past the first Zombie....though if he gets turned it ups the worlds chance of survival a bit. Team Gordon up with Selena they'll last longer if Gotham gets invaded.

Flash is no question....though Barry strikes me as the kind of person to give up and let the Zombies eat him once he realizes he's the last one alive.

Green Arrow runs out of arrows....then gets on his plane and flys to his island. He lives out the rest of his days repopulating with Felicity.

Constantine.....well i don't watch that show so (shrug )




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Posted By RoastedRay

I think Arrow and Constantine would do the best followed by Gotham and Flash in that order. Flash's speed would be incredible to have but only for so long because there is no way he would be able to maintain the diet necessary for his powers. After a few weeks of little to no food Barry would be down for the count.

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Posted By mak13131313

Very cool article! I'd have to say team Flash would definitely be able to survive. I think Team Arrow would do just fine also.

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Posted By obsidian_raindrop1

@k4tzm4n: The reason your article is stupid because the walking dead zombies aren't a real danger to anyone. Check the video it gives great points as to why zombies would never be a problem.

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Posted By FirestormFate1919

Everyone could survive. Honestly, after the initial shock factor, pretty much anyone should be able to survive.

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Edited By Deranged Midget

Ollie has the best chances. His team is leagues more skilled and prepared for combat, and Felicity is smart enough to work with them to attempt to figure things out.

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Posted By Cave_Duck

@k4tzm4n:

Great article! Any chance of doing anything similar in the future?

One point you missed though- Flash is the only one with something even close to body armour, that suit of his looks like its chew-proof.

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Posted By Sebast_Allen

GCPD could keep Dent and Harvey alive.

Fish's mob would keep her alive

Marone's mob would keep him and Oswald alive.

Falcones mob would keep him alive.

Alfred would have safety measures for an attack, Wayne Manor would be sealed off and buffed up. They would stay alive.

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Posted By TearoftheDragon

@deranged_midget: She's smart with tech(mainly software) but with the power out, how much use would she be apart from a distraction that Ollie has to save a lot; she's not overall science genius. I think the star labs team is better there. Cisco could knock up some fancy weapons if his cold gun is any indication. Plus he would make a chew proof suit just in case Flash's isn't.

Constantine: his magic gives him an extra edge but really it's his personality/will and ruthlessness that will see him survive. He will throw someone under the bus so to speak.

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Posted By Black_Arrow

@deranged_midget: She's smart with tech(mainly software) but with the power out, how much use would she be apart from a distraction that Ollie has to save a lot; she's not overall science genius. I think the star labs team is better there. Cisco could knock up some fancy weapons if his cold gun is any indication. Plus he would make a chew proof suit just in case Flash's isn't.

Constantine: his magic gives him an extra edge but really it's his personality/will and ruthlessness that will see him survive. He will throw someone under the bus so to speak.

This. Felicity is more of a genius with computers.

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Posted By AlKusanagi

Laurel and Thea would be perfectly fine. They've got so little meat on their bones that zombies would pass them up completely.

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