Who’s the new Green Arrow in Legends of Tomorrow?

A lot of us were surprised to see another guy dawning the Green Arrow suit in the final scene of the fifth episode of the Legends of Tomorrow. It was a complete excitement to see a black guy dawning the Green Arrow suit. For a lot of us it was quite tough to digest not seeing Stephen Amell aka Oliver Queen not in the suit.

The scene comes up when the Legends of tomorrow team were shot by a missile of the Bounty Hunter who’s goal is to stop RIP Hunter and his team from changing the events in the timeline. The Legends somehow manage to save themselves from the Bounty Hunter but were hit by his missile resulting in being knocked out of the time stream. The crash landing in place and time caused them to fall in the Star City but the year was 2046.

The Star City was completely into the ruins and then arrived the Green Arrow. Which was quite clear that he is not Oliver Queen as he dodges Ray Palmer by saying he doesn’t know any Legends. Then a close-up shows he isn’t Oliver but someone else. Who he could be? NO, he is not his son William. Remember we talked about the possibility of William being dead in the Arrow? If not then click here to read about it.

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This dude could be no one other than CONNOR HAWKE!

Yes you read it right, Son of Oliver Queen and Sandra “Moonday” Hawke from the comics. I talked about this too in my last post about William’s death. Guess I should start my own website about such predictions and fan theories… Oh! wait, that’s why I made this website Pikapost.

Stephen Amell tweeted his pics from the set of Legends of Tomorrow with the Legends and the other Green Arrow at the same time. Clearing the air of him being dead and his son Connor taking over as him.

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Amell also tweeted this pic of him as an old dude with his trademark landing.



First appeared in Green Arrow Vol. 2 #0 in 1994, Connor Hawke followed his father’s footstep and dawned his father’s suit of the Green Arrow.

In comics, Oliver didn’t know about his son Connor and they met in an Aashram were Connor was a student and Oliver came for inner peace. Being a fan of Green Arrow, Connor helper Oliver recover and later went to be his sidekick. Their relation as father and son was later deduced by a federal agent, Eddie Fyers. Oliver didn’t take it well and stormed off.



in new 52, Oliver and Connor are not connected and Connor being someone from Earth-2. Connor having a mixed heritage of an Asian, African and American was even represented or misrepresented as son of Oliver and SHADO. Remember her from The Arrow season 1? Well as far as comics and their TV adaptations are considered, anything can happen!


Expectations.. Hurt OR Heal?

Expectations.. A twelve letter word with a very deep meaning hidden in it. The dictionary has defined this twelve lettered word as “a feeling or belief about how successful, good, etc., someone or something will “.
We, human beings have the tendency of going on expecting. We expect all our close ones to come up with all our expectations. We are disheartened even if a small expectation remains unfulfilled. The happiness that is obtained when an expectation is fulfilled is equivalent to the disheartedness when it is not. Merry is the time when everything around goes as per our expectations. Seemingly, our own expectations acts like a remote controller to the various emotions we go through. This twelve letter word can make you cry, make you laugh and make you lose your temper as well. (Strange ..!! Isn’t it??)


Not only emotions actually, this word even at times dominates the bonds that we share with people around. For instance let’s assume a simple case, you are into a situation wherein you are wronged and being questioned, you expect one of your friends to take a stand for you, speak for you. And he/she does the same. You feel obliged to have such a friend who takes a stand for you, who comes up with your expectations. The bond goes on strengthening. Now imagine if that friend of yours instead of going and shouting in public so as to demonstrate her action of taking a stand for you , rather asks you to cool down and ignore what is being said around. The friend here tries to be practical. The friend isn’t wrong in his/her actions. But still because she/he couldn’t come up with your expectations, you feel betrayed. The bond goes on weakening. So, this shows one single expectation causing bond strengthening and bond weakening as well. So dominating..it is..!!



We go on expecting every moment, from every person or thing around. The outcome of these expectations depends upon the intensity with which they are being expected. If the expectation is actually intense, the fulfilment of it plays a big role. Consider a case, you put in all your hard work for some competition. You do all that can be done to win the competition. You ignore all the things going around, you sacrifice your sleeps and all you do is focus upon the competition. Since you have put all your efforts into the competition, you expect yourself to win the competition. But, it doesn’t happen the way you expected it to happen. You don’t win the competition. All your expectations remain unfulfilled. All your dreams lie shattered. The fact that you lost, makes you depressed.


Well .. In the previous case it was the intense expectation that lead you to depression. It was not the failure that lead you to depression it was rather the unfulfilled expectation. The depression you gotta cope up with. Wouldn’t it have been wise if you would have limited your expectations in the first place itself? Wouldn’t it would have been wise enough if you would have put in all your hard works by keeping the thought “I will give my best.. winning or losing isn’t in my hands” in your mind. These would have at least prevented depression. Basically, what we have to make ourselves understand is to not just go on throwing our expectations everywhere. And even if we expect, we shouldn’t let the outcome to cause a great influence on us. Expecting things is not wrong, but letting them influence us greatly is not right as well. We should not let our own expectations hamper ourselves at any cost.


The best way to escape this viscous circle of expectations, is to stop expecting, the less you expect, the less you think. The less u think, the less affected you are by the outcome. Ultimately, your life turns awesome.. 🙂








It happens sometime when you deserve it, when your parents are annoyed or angry with you, like that one time you totally ignored them without calling them. But rest of the times, they get furious about acts of youngsters like us, that are totally no big deal and you just want to scream C’MON CHILLLLL

1. When you’re on the phone for long: You really can’t understand what the problem is. It’s not like they need to talk to you or anything. And as soon as the convo ends they are like ‘With whom you were talking so long? , Who was she? , Is she from same college?’ So many questions within fraction of seconds, and You are like:

2.When you drive: Though your dad never uses his indicator signal and your mom speeds all the time, if you accidentally do one wide turn, they won’t let you drive it for, like, a year.


3. When you stay up late night: Your parents have a spidey-sense that tells them when you’re lying awake in your bed-watching a new show on Hotstar. They’ll crack your door open when you least suspect it and catch you in the act. You literally feel like Harry Potter hiding the fact that you’re practicing your magic from Uncle Dursley. But no matter how many times you get caught, you’re going to keep staying up late. Even though you know they’ve got a point when they insist staying up late will make you unproductive at school.

4. When music is played loudly by you: Parents hate you blasting your music in general, but nothing annoys mom and dad when you are with earphones. “You know you’re going to go deaf if you keep listening to your music that loud!” they always shout, and you have to turn your music down to get them off your back.

5. When you throw all your clothes on the chair: Literally you know your mom well. That chair where you throw all your clothes on and say your room is clean? Your parents check to see if you did your cleaning later and they’re like, “What about that chair?” And you’re like, “What chair? Oh, that chair? That doesn’t count.” :p


6. When you go over friend’s house too often: Your parents will start under-appreciating. So they’ll start reminding you that their house isn’t a hotel and you should start spending more time with your books. And yet, they also get angry…

7. When you don’t listen to what they’re saying: Whether it’s a talk about a girl or how to deal with a friend you’re fighting with, your parents’ advice often seems out of touch and it annoys them to no end when you don’t follow it. “I’m twice your age. I think I know what I’m talking about,” they’ll insist. You’re just like:

So Yes ! Your parents are so over the top sometimes and they take things waaaaaay to seriously, but it’s only because they love you. Apart from it, sometimes they do know what they’re talking about, so you have to give them your time every once in a while.