Fans flipped their lids when Hawkgirl was announced as a regular for the upcoming DC’s Legends of Tomorrow series, and then freaked out again when it was confirmed that Hawkman would be a regular as well.  Today we get our first look at Ciara Renée and Falk Hentschel in their Hawk costumes.

hawkman and hawkgirl

There’s a little more brown than what I was expecting, but with the way the publicity departments have been releasing images of their costumed heroes over the last year, there could actually be a lot more red and gold in these costumes once they appear on screen.

Hawkgirl (aka Kendra Saunders) and Hawkman (aka Carter Hall) are soulmates and reincarnations of Ancient Egyptian royalty, fated to be reborn throughout time. Both heroes can access the powers of the Hawk God Horus, allowing them to sprout wings from their backs.

Both characters will appear in a Flash/Arrow crossover event before becoming regulars on the DC Legend’s of Tomorrow series that kicks off in 2016.

Well, what do you think? There’s a comment section below just waiting for your reactions to this picture.

via Variety

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  1. Kevin Kortekaas
    September 11, 2015 at 10:55 am — Reply

    I dig it, sure it’s not Red Yellow and Green, but they look good.

    • Jason M
      September 11, 2015 at 11:57 am — Reply

      I think that the red and yellow are there (just darkened; you can see more red in the Hawkman costume). I think that it’s an interesting take on the characters. Though I wish Hawkman’s mace was a bit bigger.

  2. StellarLeader
    September 11, 2015 at 3:38 pm — Reply

    Hawkman’s mace is a little too small in my opinion. Other than that, they look good!

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