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MakeShift

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  • I live in Australia
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  • MakeShift

    After a lot of consideration, I've decided that five and a half long years is enough for me, and it's time I finally retire from editing. Moving into this year, I'm gonna be a whole lot more busy in my personal life as I move out of home, and so I won't really have a whole lot of time for editing, so it made sense that I leave before life gets in the way and everything gets crazy.

    Back when I pseudo-founded the Arrow Wiki, I had absolutely no idea what I was doing; I'd only edited sporadically and had definitely never properly administered anywhere before. Five and a half years later and 313 episodes in, the wiki is flourishing like I never could have imagined. We've hit nearly a million viewers in a single day, we've pushed our way up FAND…

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  • MakeShift

    So with our impending expanding universe, it seems only fit that we should cover shows that crossover within each other. In saying that, our current name isn't exactly ideal for a wiki that bases itself around 3 separate series. It's true, we did change our name not too long ago, but in saying that, I thought we could have a discussion to potential names, to make a more cohesive wiki.

    You guys are welcome to throw around names for such a wiki. CW-verse? DCTV? Really it's up to you guys, cause after all we're a community! In a bit we'll have a more formal vote, and figure which is the best to go with, before finalising it.

    UPDATE: Please put your vote towards a new wiki name, voting here.
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  • MakeShift

    A handful of news has been announced at the recent TCA press tour, but nothing bigger than this... beginning this fall on the CW Seed intiative will be an animated web series title Vixen!

    Of course, it will indeed be set in the same universe as its two preceding superhero shows, and by the looks of it will probably even cross over (though only on the animated side, for now). In short, the series is about a girl named Mari McCabe, known as Vixen, who inherits the Tantu Totem from her parents after they are killed. Using this totem, she is able to harness the power of any animal (eg. a gorilla's strength, cheetah's speed etc.) and uses it to fight greed and corruption, like that which killed her family.

    As I mentioned, the web series will in fa…

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  • MakeShift

    Ezra Miller is The Flash

    October 16, 2014 by MakeShift

    But hang on, we already have a Flash! Isn't Grant Gustin currently playing Barry Allen?! Of course, if you thought either things, you're still totally correct. Though as I'm sure many of you know, DC has been planning a cinematic universe separate to the universe of Arrow and The Flash, and just earlier today they announced a huge schedule of movies (SURELY I'M NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO'S EXCITED?!) as well as confirming a number of big-name superhero roles. Among these was none other than The Flash (later confirmed as Barry Allen), who will be played by none other than Ezra Miller, who people will probably know from his fantastic performance in The Perks of Being a Wallflower.

    Personally I'm not sure about the casting, but I think if anything it's …

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  • MakeShift

    That's right, the wiki has a Twitter! For a long while we've debated setting up a Twitter account for the wiki, and finally we have! Be sure to follow us for updates on the wiki as well as the occasional Arrow and The Flash update.

    The Twitter'll cover both the wiki, obviously, as well as a bit of content in relation to Arrow and The Flash, cause we figure it's only fair to actually put the account to good use, rather than to simply update on the wiki, which very well might not have much exciting news 24/7.

    The account itself is run for now by the three admins: Wraiyf, TimeShade and myself. If of course you've got any questions, rather than asking on our talk pages, if it's really quite relevant we're happy to answer for you! Check us out right here…

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