In Disaster Half Three we meet the Arrowverse’s model of Ryan Choi (Osric Chau). Within the comics, Choi replaces Ray Palmer for a time because the shrinking hero Atom. Choi loved his personal short-lived ongoing comedian e-book sequence and was a daily within the 2017-18 Justice League of America comedian alongside nontraditional Leaguers like Killer Frost and the bounty hunter Lobo.
Whereas the Arrowverse model is not a superhero by the top of Disaster, the potential’s clearly there. He is aware of the work of the unique Atom, Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh). Earlier than the heroes’ remaining confrontation with the Anti-Monitor (LaMonica Garrett), it is Choi who comes up with the plan to defeat the villain by shrinking him infinitely.
It is not clear but whether or not or not we’ll see Choi as one other model of the Atom, however it might appear unusual to introduce the character so prominently with out the potential for extra. It would not be the primary time an Arrowverse hero was launched as an “Common Joe,” taking some time to develop into “tremendous.” The identical may very well be stated of Ray Palmer’s introduction on Arrow, and even Barry Allen’s. Some would possibly argue that having two Atoms could be redundant, however that does not must be the case. In spite of everything, Barry Allen is hardly the one heroic speedster on any given season of The Flash. To not point out that there is not any purpose Choi could not be a shrinking hero on a sequence apart from Legends of Tomorrow, the place Ray Palmer hangs his hat.