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Published On: Tue, Dec 22nd, 2015

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ will have Matt Nable appear as Ra’s al Ghul

The CW Network is expanding beyond the success of Arrow and Flash with a new team of heroes and villains, Legends of Tomorrow. Fans are now getting news that one of the big baddies will return on the spin-off show.
matt-nable-ras-al-ghul-legends-of-tomorrowComicBook.com confirmed that Matt Nable will return to the role of Ra’s al Ghul on an episode of Legends of Tomorrow in 2016.
The news is shocking since Ra’s appeared to be killed on Arrow last season, but Nable appeared at a convention and spoke about appearing in episode 9, a Nyssa/Sara-centric story.
Whether this is via flashback or time travel remains to be seen.

Legends of Tomorrow episode 9 is called “Left Behind,” and it’s directed by John Showalter from a script by Beth Schwartz and Grainine Godfree.

In response to Vandal Savage (Casper Crump), the team forms: The Atom (Brandon Routh), Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller), Heat Wave (Dominic Purcell), White Canary/Sara Lance (Caity Lotz), Firestorm (Victor Garber and Franz Drameh), Hawkgirl (Ciara Renée) and Hawkman (Falk Hentschel), gathered together by Rip Hunter, Time Master (Arthur Darvill).

Showrunner Phil Klenner detailed the show: “With Vandal, with any villain, the trick is always to find somebody commensurately evil or formidable. We have an ensemble of eight-plus heroes — you have to come up with a version of the antichrist if you want it to feel like it’s anywhere close to being an even challenge between the black hats and the white hats; although in truth most of our guys are sort of gray hats. Coming up with an immortal seemed like the only way that we could have a bad guy who matched our team.”

Legends of Tomorrow premieres on January 21st.

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