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Felicity Smoak is a fictional character appearing in comics published by DC Comics. Her first appearance was in The Fury of Firestorm #23 (May 1984), created by writer Gerry Conway and artist Rafael Kayanan.[1] She was originally the manager of a computer software firm who opposed the superhero Firestorm because of his recklessness, eventually becoming the second wife of Edward Raymond and stepmother to Ronnie Raymond, one-half of the integrated dual identity of the superhero.[2]

Felicity Smoak
Felicity Smoak (The New 52).jpg
Felicity Smoak, as she appears in Green Arrow (vol. 5) #36
Publication information
PublisherDC Comics
First appearanceThe Fury of Firestorm # 23
(May 1984)
Created byGerry Conway (writer)
Rafael Kayanan (artist)
In-story information
Full nameFelicity Megan Smoak
Green Arrow
Notable aliasesOverwatch

A re-imagined Felicity Smoak, portrayed by Emily Bett Rickards, features in the television series Arrow and its extended universe of shows, collectively known as the Arrowverse. An I.T genius and graduate from MIT, Felicity works alongside vigilante Oliver Queen/Green Arrow to help protect Star City (formerly Starling City), later operating under the alias Overwatch. The pair also become romantically involved, and eventually marry. This interpretation of the character was placed at number 15 in a list of 50 Favorite Female Characters, in a poll of Hollywood professionals conducted by The Hollywood Reporter in 2016.[3]

A similar version of Felicity was introduced as the New 52 incarnation of the character in Green Arrow (vol. 5) #35.[4]


Fictional character biographyEdit

The Fury of FirestormEdit

Felicity Smoak in The Fury of Firestorm.

Portrayed as the supervisor of a New York computer software firm in her 1984 debut appearance,[5] Firestorm first encounters her in the course of one of his battles with a villain, where he inadvertently magnetizes and effectively destroys several of the computers storing the software programs in development. This results in millions of dollars in property damage, which threatens to ruin the software firm and leads to a heated confrontation between Felicity and Firestorm where she threatened to organize a class action lawsuit against him. Felicity would make recurring appearance, often taking an adversarial role against Firestorm and making a point of explaining what the collateral damage of his battles cost her and other civilians. On one occasion, a frustrated Firestorm lashes out against Felicity's confrontational behavior by using his molecular transmutation powers to transform her clothes to soap suds, a tactic he previously used on the supervillain Plastique. Humiliated from being rendered nude in public, Felicity retaliates by filing a lawsuit against him.

At some point, Felicity develops a romantic relationship with Ed Raymond. She has no idea that Ed's son Ronnie is the other half of Firestorm. When Ronald discovers that Felicity is seeing his father, he is uncertain how to treat her due to their past interactions. Over time, Felicity and Ed fall deeply in love and are married. After the wedding Felicity learns the truth about Ronnie's secret dual identity, but by this point she had forgiven him for his past transgressions, although she would still insist on reminding him about the importance of using his superpowers in a responsible manner.[6]

The New 52Edit

DC Comics rebooted its comic properties in 2011 as part of a relaunch entitled The New 52, which led to the character of Felicity Smoak being brought back in a fashion similar to the version seen on Arrow.[7] The New 52 version of Felicity Smoak is introduced in 2014 in Green Arrow #35, the first issue of that book to be written by Arrow showrunner Andrew Kreisberg. In #35,[8] she is introduced in an end-of-issue cliffhanger as an assassin out to kill Oliver, but quickly explains that while she is a hacker-for-hire who has "done questionable things" in her past, "leading a hero to his death isn't one of them", explaining she did not know her target was the Green Arrow when she accepted the job. After proving her hacker credentials by explaining to him that she knows his secret identity, as well as highly specific details from his superhero, personal, professional and family lives, she offers to become a part of his team out of a desire to help him save the city. Surmising that whoever hired her to kill Oliver has extremely evil plans, she teams up with Green Arrow to track down her client's other target, a woman named Mia Dearden, who they soon discover is being pursued by the deadly archer Merlyn.

Later in the same storyline, Felicity is arrested and placed in a Supermax facility for her many cybercrimes, where she shares a cell with Cheetah; it is established that Felicity had once been hired to dox Cheetah, putting the villain and her loved ones in added danger. Oliver saves her from Cheetah with some help from Steve Trevor of A.R.G.U.S. Ultimately, Oliver saves Mia from the man pursuing her and her father John King. Oliver also exposes him as a murderer who used bribery and corruption to control Seattle. Felicity is then invited by Trevor to join A.R.G.U.S., but appears to reject his offer in favor of working with Oliver.

Alternate versionsEdit

DC BombshellsEdit

Felicity in DC Bombshells.

In an alternate history version of World War II depicted in DC Comics Bombshells, a young Felicity and her family were evicted from their house in Gotham City by their landlord because they violated the law by taking care of some relatives, who have fled the horrors of Europe. The landlord tries to take some of their personal belongings, justifying as taking back rent. Felicity argues with him, saying she won't turn her back to her own family. Fortunately, a team of Batgirls come to the rescue, saving the Smoak family and all their belongings. Felicity and her family are later moved to a safe house by the young heroines.[9] Smoak eventually joins the Batgirls and dons a costume herself.[10]

Felicity also appears in the continuation series Bombshells:United set in the United States in 1943.[11] Now thirteen years old, she travels with fellow Batgirl Alysia Yeoh to Hawaii, where the pair discover Black Canary.[12] Felicity uses her technical skills and knowledge to help trace the source of mysterious radio signals that are acting as a means of mind control. In order to fully analyze the source of the signal, Felicity locks herself in the radio tower, exposing her to the mind control. She is able to write the location down and show it to the waiting Frankie Charles before succumbing to its effects.[13] Felicity and the other victims of the mind control signal are freed by Black Canary and Bumblebee following the defeat of Granny Goodness.[14]

In other mediaEdit


Felicity Smoak appears in the television series Arrow, a reimagining of the Green Arrow mythos, portrayed by Emily Bett Rickards. She was originally introduced in the third episode of season one, "Lone Gunman", as a one-off character,[15] Due to the positive reaction both from Stephen Amell[16] and from Warner Brothers producer Peter Roth[17][18] the character was made recurring in season one. From season two onwards, she became part of the main cast.[19] The character also makes appearances in Arrow spin-offs The Flash,[20] Legends of Tomorrow[21] and Vixen,[22] being one of only two Arrowverse characters to appear in each season of all four series. She also appears in a season three episode of the Earth-38 set series Supergirl, during the Arrowverse crossover event "Crisis on Earth-X".[23]

Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak in Arrow.

The character is portrayed as an I.T. genius, being a skilled hacker and computer expert, with a degree from M.I.T. In season one, on the recommendation of Walter Steele,[24] she assists Oliver Queen with various discreet jobs, not knowing his secret, but realizing that there is something else behind them. When Oliver is shot by Moira Queen, he waits in Felicity's car to ask for her help, thus revealing his identity.[25] Following the abduction of Walter Steele, Felicity joins Oliver and Diggle in the lair, in order to find him. She later decides to continue working with them as technical support in order to stop 'The Undertaking'.[26]

After travelling with John Diggle to Lian Yu, in order to persuade Oliver to return to Starling City at the start of season two, the character moves from the I.T. department to become Oliver's Executive Assistant at Queen Consolidated, as a cover for their vigilante activities.[27] During this season, Felicity meets Central City CSI Barry Allen,[28] who later becomes the super-fast hero known as the Flash. In the final episode of the season, she plays a pivotal role in helping capture Oliver's enemy, Slade Wilson / Deathstroke.[29]

At the start of season three, she and Oliver attempt to start a romantic relationship, but this is thwarted when he decides he can not do so whilst being the Arrow.[30] During the episode "The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak", it is revealed that Felicity was a goth in College, and that her ex-boyfriend, Cooper, went to jail for using a computer virus she designed.[31] Felicity begins working for the new owner of Queen Consolidated, now Palmer Technologies, Ray Palmer, eventually becoming Vice-President, as well as helping him to develop his Atom suit.[32] Both Felicity and Ray travel to Central City[33] to assist Team Flash with meta-human Brie Larvan, in The Flash episode "All Star Team Up".[34] The two date, but break up when they both realise Felicity is still in love with Oliver.[35] They remain friends, working together to save the city from a deadly virus. By the end of season three, Oliver and Felicity are seen driving away from Starling City together to live a more normal life.[36]

Felicity also features in the Arrow and Flash[37] episodes of the first Arrowverse crossover 'event', "Flash vs. Arrow".[38][39]

Season four sees Oliver and Felicity seemingly living happily in Ivy Town, when Laurel Lance and Thea Queen arrive to ask for their help in Starling (now Star) City. After returning to Star City, Felicity admits to Oliver that she misses working with the team, and the two agree to stay on.[40] Now also CEO of Palmer Technologies, Felicity uses her position and resources to try and help the team combat Hive. In the mid-season finale, following their engagement, Oliver and Felicity are ambushed in their limo by gunmen,[41] leaving Felicity paralysed from the waist down.[42] Despite initial doubts, Felicity rejoins the team, with Oliver giving her the moniker Overwatch.[43][44] With the help of Curtis Holt, who creates a prototype microchip, Felicity regains the ability to walk.[45] The character breaks off her engagement to Oliver following revelations that he had been lying to her about his son, William, which also leads to her leaving the team.[46] Following Laurel's death, she rejoins them, to help bring down Damien Darhk,[47] which ultimately leads her to have to make the decision to re-divert a nuclear bomb from the city of Monument Point to the town of Havenrock, with a lesser but still high loss of life.[48] She is also fired from her job as CEO, due to her consistently neglecting her position. The season ends with Oliver and Felicity alone, in the ruins of their lair.[49] This season also sees the introduction of Felicity's father, revealed to be cyber-criminal Noah Kuttler.[50]

Felicity also features in the second Arrowverse Crossover event,[51] (which set up spin-off series Legends of Tomorrow), working with the teams to combat Vandal Savage.[52][53]

At the start of season five, Oliver and Felicity are still the only members of the team left.[54] Felicity is instrumental in persuading Oliver to recruit new team members. She also has a new boyfriend in Detective Billy Malone, whom Oliver is later tricked into killing by Prometheus.[55] She begins to work with shady hacking organisation Helix in a bid to find and stop Prometheus, which ultimately brings her into conflict with Oliver and the team when she aids Helix in freeing their leader, Cayden James, from an A.R.G.U.S. prison.[56] After Prometheus sets off an EMP, which temporarily disables her spinal chip, Felicity and Oliver are trapped in the bunker. As they struggle to escape, they manage to resolve the problems standing in the way of their being together.[57] The two decide to tentatively rekindle their romantic relationship.[58] Following the explosion on Lian Yu in the season finale, Felicity's fate is unknown.[59]

During the season, Felicity features in the Arrowverse "Invasion" crossover episodes, working with the teams to combat an alien invasion by the Dominators,[60][61][62] as well as giving advice to Barry Allen over the repercussions of 'Flashpoint', in The Flash season three episode "Paradox".[63] She also appears in the season two penultimate episode of Legends of Tomorrow, "Doomworld",[64] as a masked vigilante in an alternative reality where Damien Darhk is mayor of Star City, and the rest of team Arrow are dead. She is murdered by Sara Lance, who is working for Darhk.[65]

The start of season six shows Felicity to be safe and well, still working with the team. She and Oliver are once more involved in a romantic relationship.[66] Together with Curtis, Felicity decides to start a tech company.[67] Her worst fears are realized when it is revealed that the leader of Helix, Cayden James, whom she helped free from A.R.G.U.S. custody is in fact a villain.[68] Following her marriage to Oliver, Felicity begins to bond with his son William.[69] In the season finale, Oliver is arrested by the FBI, leaving Felicity as William's sole parent.[70]

Felicity made an appearance at the bachelorette party of Iris West in a season four episode of The Flash, and helped to thwart the efforts of Amunet Black ("Blacksmith").[71] She also featured across the first full four-way Arrowverse crossover event entitled "Crisis on Earth X", beginning with an episode of Supergirl,[23] helping to combat the threat posed by the invasion of Earth-X Nazi's. Her Earth-X counterpart, who is interned in a concentration camp, is also introduced.[72] In the final scene of the crossover, Felicity and Oliver Queen get married alongside Barry Allen and Iris West, in a service conducted by John Diggle.[73]

In season 7, following Oliver's incarcertion in Slabside Prison, Felicity is shown to be living under witness protection with William, and working as a barista. After the pair are attacked by Ricardo Diaz, she decides to return to Star City in order to pursue him.[74] During the fourth episode of the season, it is confirmed by Black Siren that Felicity is a successful, but ruthless, business woman on Earth-2. Flashforwards during the same episode, set twenty years in the future, confirm the future existence of her company 'Smoak Tech', and end with Dinah Drake informing Roy and William that Felicity is dead.[75] Following his release from jail, she is reunited with her husband.[76]

Print mediaEdit

Felicity features in the tie-in comics, Arrow Season 2.5, which bridge the gap between the second and third seasons of the television show.[77] She also features in the Flash Season Zero tie-in comics, which link to the first season of The Flash.[78] The character appears in several issues, most prominently in "Smoak Signals" parts 1 and 2.[79][80]

She is also one of the protagonists in the tie-in novels published for the series, Arrow: Vengeance, written by Oscar Balderrama and Lauren Certo,[81] The Flash: The Haunting of Barry Allen written by Susan and Clay Griffith,[82] and its sequel Arrow: A Generation of Vipers from the same authors.[83]

Felicity also appears in the novel Arrow: Fatal Legacies, co-authored by Marc Guggenheim and James R. Tuck, published in January 2018. The novel bridged the gap between the season five finale and the season six premiere of Arrow.[84]

Web seriesEdit

Felicity Smoak in Vixen.

In 2013, Felicity (again portrayed by Rickards), appeared in the promotional tie-in web series for Arrow, entitled Blood Rush, which also featured the characters of Roy Harper (Colton Haynes) and Quentin Lance (Paul Blackthorne). The series was presented by Bose, and featured product placement for their products.[85]

Rickards also provided the voice for the character on seasons one and two of the Arrowverse web-series Vixen,[22] which debuted in 2015 and 2016 respectively, on CW Seed.

Video gamesEdit

The character also appears as a character in Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham as part of the Arrow DLC pack.[86]

In the 2017 game Injustice 2, Felicity is referenced in an easter egg. When facing each other in combat, if the Flash manages to take out the first bar of Green Arrow's health, he states; "That's for breaking Felicity's heart".[87]


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