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    John Diggle (Earth-1: Pre-Crisis)

    For other uses of Green Arrow, see Arrow (Disambiguation).
    For other uses of Green Lantern, see Green Lantern (Disambiguation).




    I've been a spy, a vigilante, a soldier... hell, I've even been the Green Arrow. The most important job I've ever had is as a dad.
    — John Diggle[src]

    John Thomas Diggle[29] is the head of A.R.G.U.S., the former leader and member of Team Arrow, the best friend of the late Oliver Queen and the vigilante known as Spartan.

    Biography[edit | hide | hide all]

    Early Life[edit | hide]

    John Diggle was born and raised in Starling City to an unnamed man and an unnamed woman. Following her husband's death, the woman remarried to Roy Stewart and John gained a stepsister, Lynn Stewart. Diggle soon grew up to drop out of college and join the United States Army.[23]

    Army and A.R.G.U.S.[edit | hide]

    Later in his life, Diggle met and married Lyla Michaels, soon having two children, Sara Diggle and JJ Diggle.[8]

    Throughout his adult years, Diggle had been a spy for A.R.G.U.S. and the head of security of Jeturian Industries, where Franklin Jet hired him.[15]

    Green Arrow & Spartan[edit | hide]

    Diggle convinces Queen to stop killing

    In 2012, Diggle was hired by the Queen family to protect their long-lost son, Oliver Queen. Unbeknownst to the outside world, Queen was, in fact, the vigilante, the Green Arrow, and fought at night to supposedly save Starling City according to his late father's wishes. Diggle then discovered Queen's secret and worked with him, though was against his murderous behavior in each of his missions. Fortunately, Diggle was able to convince Queen to stop his murders and soon gained his trust, becoming a close friend of his and a partner in the field, known as Spartan.[8]

    In the next eight years, Diggle, alongside Queen's Team Arrow, fought bravely against criminals and villains, including the Dark Archer, Deathstroke and his Mirakuru army, the League of Assassins and Damien Darhk, even briefly doing so as the Green Arrow. Diggle eventually became a close ally to other heroes of Earth as well, including The Flash and Supergirl.[12][8][9]

    Crisis on Infinite Earths[edit | hide]


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    Battle on Earth-Prime[edit | hide]

    In January 2020, Diggle's Earth-1 counterpart's memories were restored by J'onn J'onzz, among other heroes. Diggle then remembered Oliver Queen's sacrifice before the Original Multiverse was destroyed by the Anti-Monitor, and grieved with the rest of Team Arrow.[9]

    The team's grieving was then interrupted by Sara Lance, who hoped to find Queen in the newly created universe. Diggle expressed his frustration and sadness over the death, though was distracted by the sudden arrival of a giant Beebo rampaging through the city. As The Flash, Supergirl and the Atom went out to encounter the Beebo, Diggle stayed in the Bunker and provided advice that ultimately led to the discovery that the Beebo was composed of magic. Thanks to Mick Rory's criminal experience in the past, the group soon realized Beebo was merely a distraction, and the perpetrator was defeated and capture.[9]

    After the attack on the Paragons, Lance gathered the heroes of Earth-Prime for a final fight against the Anti-Monitor. Nash Wells then alerted the group that the Anti-Monitor was, in fact, not killed during the Battle at the Dawn of Time, with Lance soon ordering the heroes to prepare themselves.[9]

    Heroes fight Shadow Demons

    The heroes then went to the pier and fought countless Shadow Demons with Lance telling the fight is for Oliver. Diggle fought bravely against Anti-Monitor, though was unable to cause harm due to the Anti-Monitor holding up an energy shield and protecting himself from all attacks. As Diggle was cornered with the heroes by the Shadow Demons, Supergirl detonated the Shrinking Bomb on impact, defeating the Anti-Monitor and saving the ground team from danger.[9]

    After the battle, Diggle returned home to his wife and children, while participating in Queen's honoring on national broadcast.[9]

    Legacy of the Green Arrow[edit | hide]

    Life is Not a Marathon[edit | hide]

    Preparing Oliver Queen's funeral, Diggle traveled to Central City and gifted Barry Allen Queen's first mask, according to his last will and testament. As soon as Allen examined the mask, he discovered a smear imprint near the eye area, and soon worked extensively to identify the cause of the imprint to be Mirakuru and dirt from Lian Yu.[30]

    Diggle and Allen investigate the mask

    Fixating on believing that the mask is a final clue left by Queen, Allen brought Diggle, who was reluctant to superspeed traveling, to the island and within the A.R.G.U.S. Supermax Site. After searching around Deathstroke's former cell, Allen and Diggle did not find any suspicious messages nor clues. Allen was frustrated and believed that he had failed Queen, even after his time. However, Diggle theorized that the stain may be from one of Queen's fights with Deathstroke, and not a specific message to Allen. Diggle also reminded Allen to slow down and live his life, comparing life to being a marathon and not a sprint.[30]

    The Emerald Archer[edit | hide]

    Days later, Diggle returned to Star City and finalized Queen's funeral service, while being interviewed by Marcia Pedowitz, the director of the documentary known as Emerald Archer. While the team reunited to attend Queen's funeral, they were surprised by John Byrne's kidnapping of William Clayton, Queen's son. As the leader of the team, Diggle ordered the heroes to honor Queen's legacy and save his son from danger, completing their final mission in Star City.[8]

    Diggle, Drake and Ramirez reminisce their past
    Oliver may be gone, but his mission endures. That mission lives on, Oliver lives on in the people he inspired. Some will take that mission to the rest of the world. Maybe even beyond that. Because if the past eight years has shown us anything It's that this universe is far bigger than any of us could have dared imagine. Even if it is a little less bright without him in it.
    — John Diggle on Oliver Queen's legacy[src]

    After the rescue, Diggle decided to disband Team Arrow, as crime had been eradicated as one of Queen's changes to the multiverse. Diggle then led the friends and family of Queen to the Queen Mansion, making a speech and reminding the team that his mission lives on in all of them, people that he had inspired.[8]

    Worlds Await[edit | hide]

    Crash Landing[edit | hide]

    The mysterious green box

    While preparing to move to Metropolis as the new co-head of A.R.G.U.S., a mysterious object crash-landed from the sky, landing on the ground and knocking Diggle backwards. Curious as to what the object was, Diggle inspected it and discovered it to be a box, which emits a green glow when opened.[8] Throughout the next year, Diggle attempted to reopen the box with help from A.R.G.U.S. but was unable to do so, and he soon began suffering from migraines with voices telling him that "worlds await".[12][31]

    Trip to Gotham[edit | hide]

    Diggle and Fox sees the signal

    In 2021, Diggle went to Gotham City for an appointment at Gotham General due to his fogginess in his mind. During the trip, Diggle met Luke Fox and played poker with him along the latter's attempted murderer, Russell Tavaroff. Diggle later witnessed Tavaroff fighting Fox in an alley and stopped him. As Tavaroff told him it was not his fight and justified his own crimes, Diggle punched him in the stomach once more and scared him away.[15]

    Diggle then bought painkillers for his headaches and for Fox, who refused the offer. Diggle sat down next to Fox and told him about anger, and how it could win a fight. He also told him that he would make his family proud and was interrupted by the flickering Batsignal, which sends a Morse code message that says, "Need Fox Help". Fox left Diggle, and they bid goodbyes to each other.[15]

    The Godspeed Imperative[edit | hide]

    Spartan and The Flash capture Godspeed

    Weeks later, Diggle went to Central City with the Entropy Trap in order to stop the Godspeeds from wreaking havoc in the city. He approached Team Flash and successfully captured a Godspeed with Barry. Soon, Diggle witnessed Allen interrogating the Godspeed and went to clean up the mess when the Godspeed escaped the Pipeline. However, Diggle was surprised by Allen's sudden burst of anger towards Chester P. Runk with the damaged device.[12]

    Diggle talked to Allen afterward and asked him about his aggressive attitude towards his team. Allen told Diggle that he was worried about his future and his doubts on going to 2049 to check out his daughter. Diggle convinced Allen to do so, using their common role as a father to remind him that being a father is the most important role he has ever had.[12]

    Cecile Horton later brought Diggle to investigate August Heart's whereabouts in 2021. On the way out, Diggle experienced a headache and Horton was able to sense infinite voices in Diggle's head. Diggle assured Horton that he is capable of fighting and encountered a Godspeed. Diggle shot him with nanites, courtesy of Ray Palmer, and temporarily defeated him. However, the headaches resurfaced and brought him on the ground until Frost arrived, protecting him from the Godspeed. The trio then went to the site of the future Dayton Labs, seeing a scared man hiding from them. Horton and Frost brought him to S.T.A.R. Labs and restored his memory. Diggle, on the other hand, brought the damaged Entropy Trap with him and bid goodbye to Runk.[12]

    Blind Spots[edit | hide]

    Soon afterward, Diggle was contacted by James Olsen to provide support for his sister, Kelly Olsen, in her investigation of a respiratory infection within the neighborhood of the Narrows after the Ormfell Building collapse in one of Nyxlygsptlnz's attacks. Diggle conversed with Olsen, soon relating himself to Olsen's situation and told her that he had been struggling to choose between a path as a greater a hero, or a path of living peacefully with his family. Diggle reminded Olsen and himself that they need to choose what kind of hero they needed to be.[32]

    Diggle provides guidance to Olsen

    After Olsen's debut as the Guardian, Diggle approached her once more and shared some words of wisdom from Jefferson Pierce: "Don't be a hero to the people. Be a hero for the people," Before he left National City and return to Metropolis, Diggle noted to Querl Dox that "worlds await".[32]

    Helping Jada Jet[edit | hide]

    Diggle helps Jet break into Montoya's office

    Diggle was eventually contacted back to Gotham City once more, under a call from Jada Jet, his former employer. Jet expressed her concerns over her son's condition and told Diggle that Joker's Joy Buzzer was the only thing capable of reversing the damage done to her son's brain years ago. Diggle and Jet then broke into Renee Montoya's office at City Hall, where they stole the buzzer from one of the evidence lockers.[31]

    Before he left Gotham City for a second time, Diggle approached Fox at the latter's father's grave. Fox returned the green box to Diggle, claiming that not even Battech were able to open it. Diggle thanked Fox for his assistance, and continued to search for methods to open the box.[31]

    No Choice at All[edit | hide]

    Desperate and losing hope, Diggle turned to Eobard Thawne, who was imprisoned on Lian Yu with his powers stripped from him. Knowing his presence in the darkness, Thawne asked him to step out of the shadows. Diggle told Thawne of his attempts to open the extraterrestrial box, and how neither A.R.G.U.S. nor Luke Fox was able to open it. Thawne demanded a deal: he will assist Diggle if he is shown the contents of the box. Diggle agreed to the deal as Thawne explained the origins of the box.[33]

    Diggle rejects his destiny

    Guiding Diggle through words, telling him that the box chose him for a reason, Thawne was able to open the box and show Diggle the secrets of the universe, including the lives he could have lived. However, Diggle realized that the cosmic destiny was not what he wanted, and he would rather be with his family which he had been out of touch with since the box landed in front of him. Diggle threw the box as the box disappeared, much to Thawne's surprise and frustration.[33]

    Familiar Faces[edit | hide]

    Bloodwork Crisis[edit | hide]

    In 2023, Diggle went to Central City for Allen's birthday, being part of the surprise party Team Flash made for him at S.T.A.R. Labs. During the party, Diggle planned to gift Allen Oliver Queen's bow, which was thought to have been lost during the Crisis. Allen declined the gift, surprising Diggle. The party continued until Diggle, alongside the rest of Team Flash, fainted on the ground. Allen and Wally West were the only two unaffected, realizing that it was Bloodwork's doing. Diggle and Team Flash were then turned into Bloodwork's Blood Brothers, chasing Chester P. Runk and trying to bust through the door to his workshop. Thankfully, Khione was able to freeze the liquid in the Blood Brothers' bodies, including Diggle's, saving Runk's life.[34]

    Spartan and the heroes

    With Queen briefly returning to the living to save the New Multiverse, Khione unfroze Diggle and gave him his suit, telling him that Allen needed help. Upon arriving at the battlefield, Diggle managed to shoot Bloodwork with a bazooka, soon touched to see Queen fighting and alive. Queen wanted to explain, though Diggle did not need an explanation and hugged him immediately. With the joint effort of Spartan, Green Arrow, The Flash and Kid Flash, Bloodwork was stripped of his superhuman abilities and the Multiverse was saved.[34]

    At the West-Allen Loft, Diggle conversed with Queen one last time and was told that the box was sent to tempt him. Queen reminded Diggle that the brightest days are now ahead of him once he chose his family over his destiny, as Diggle hugged his closest friend for the final time before returning home.[34]

    Powers and Abilities[edit | hide]

    Abilities[edit | hide]

    • Connections: As a veteran and a government agent, Diggle has various ties to different intelligence agencies and vigilantes across the globe.[35]
    • Marksmanship: Diggle is proficient in handling firearms of various designs. As Green Arrow, Diggle was also shown to be skilled at handling a crossbow in the field.[36]
    • Medical Knowledge: As a veteran, Diggle is familiar with basic first aid techniques.[3]
    • Peak of Human Physical Condition: As a retired athlete, veteran, ex-bodyguard, A.R.G.U.S. field agent and eventually a vigilante, Diggle was shown multiple times to be in exceptional physical shape, making him one of the most skilled individuals in Team Arrow.[1][3]
      • Archery: Diggle is skilled with handling bow and arrows, as shown when he briefly replaced Queen as the Green Arrow.[36]
      • Hand-to-Hand Combat: Diggle is an experienced combatant in the field. Combing his strength and his speed, Diggle can take down criminals and trained assassins with ease.[37] Diggle was also proven to be capable of combatating Dominators, which are much taller and stronger than an average human.[38]
        • Knife-Fighting: Diggle trained with Queen in handling knives in the field.[39]
        • Stick-Fighting: Like his fellow teammates, Diggle trained with wooden staffs when not operating in the field.[40]
        • Swordsmanship: Diggle was capable of defending himself from Al Sah-him in a duel.[41]
    • Trilingualism: Diggle is fluent in English, Pashto[42] and Arabic.[43]

    Weaknesses[edit | hide]

    Current Weaknesses[edit | hide]

    Former Weaknesses[edit | hide]

    • Headaches: After resisting the Green Lantern Power Ring for a long period of time, Diggle started hearing voices in his head, affecting his fighting. According to Cecile Horton, the voices were infinite.[12] The voices are presumably no longer present after Diggle rejected and discarded the ring.[33]
    • Nerve Damage: Diggle suffered from nerve damage after a shrapnel lodged into his right arm during the explosion on Lian Yu. Afterwards, Diggle was unable to aim properly, even at a close range.[49] He later received a Implantable Biostimulant that allows him to move his arm properly.[50]

    Equipment[edit | hide]

    Current Equipment[edit | hide]

    Diggle as Spartan
    • Guns: Diggle often carry a standard pistol when he operated as Queen's bodyguard.[1]
    • Implantable Biostimulant: Diggle suffered from nerve damage after a shrapnel lodged into his right arm during the explosion on Lian Yu. Afterwards, Diggle was unable to aim properly, even at a close range.[49] He later received a Implantable Biostimulant that allows him to move his arm properly.[50]
    • Spartan Suit: Diggle wears a protective suit when operating as Spartan.[51]

    Former Equipment[edit | hide]

    • Green Arrow Suit: Diggle wore Queen's green protective suit when he replaced him as the Green Arrow.[36]
    • Green Lantern Power Ring: Diggle came across a Green Lantern Power Ring[52] when packing up to move to Metropolis.[8] He later refused to accept the ring and was annoyed by infinite voices within his head.[12] Eventually, he chose to throw the ring and sent it elsewhere.[33]
    • Green Monster: Diggle wielded an advanced crossbow when he replaced Queen as the Green Arrow.[36]

    Appearances[edit | hide]

    Appearances
    Pilot Appears
    Honor Thy Father Appears
    Lone Gunmen Appears
    An Innocent Man Appears
    Damaged Appears
    Legacies Appears
    Muse of Fire Appears
    Vendetta Appears
    Year's End Appears
    Burned Appears
    Trust but Verify Appears
    Vertigo Appears
    Betrayal Appears
    The Odyssey Appears
    Dodger Appears
    Dead to Rights Appears
    The Huntress Returns Appears
    Salvation Appears
    Unfinished Business Appears
    Home Invasion Appears
    The Undertaking Appears
    Darkness on the Edge of Town Appears
    Sacrifice Appears
    City of Heroes Appears
    Identity Appears
    Broken Dolls Appears
    Crucible Appears
    League of Assassins Appears
    Keep Your Enemies Closer Appears
    State v. Queen Appears
    The Scientist Appears
    Three Ghosts Appears
    Blast Radius Appears
    Blind Spot Appears
    Tremors Appears
    Heir to the Demon Appears
    Time of Death Appears
    The Promise Appears
    Suicide Squad Appears
    Birds of Prey Appears
    Deathstroke Appears
    The Man Under the Hood Appears
    Seeing Red Appears
    City of Blood Appears
    Streets of Fire Appears
    Unthinkable Appears
    The Calm Appears
    Sara Appears
    Corto Maltese Appears
    The Magician Appears
    The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak Appears
    Guilty Appears
    Draw Back Your Bow Appears
    Flash vs. Arrow Appears
    The Brave and the Bold Appears
    The Climb Appears
    Left Behind Appears
    Midnight City Appears
    Uprising Appears
    Canaries Appears
    The Return Flashback
    Nanda Parbat Appears
    The Offer Appears
    Suicidal Tendencies Appears
    Public Enemy Appears
    Broken Arrow Appears
    Who Is Harrison Wells? Mentioned
    The Fallen Appears
    Al Sah-him Appears
    Grodd Lives Mentioned
    This Is Your Sword Appears
    Rogue Air Mentioned
    My Name Is Oliver Queen Appears
    Green Arrow Appears
    The Candidate Appears
    Restoration Appears
    Beyond Redemption Appears
    Haunted Appears
    Lost Souls Appears
    Brotherhood Appears
    Legends of Today Appears
    Legends of Yesterday Appears
    Dark Waters Appears
    Blood Debts Appears
    A.W.O.L. Appears
    Unchained Appears
    Sins of the Father Appears
    Code of Silence Appears
    King Shark Appears
    Taken Appears
    Broken Hearts Appears
    Beacon of Hope Appears
    Eleven-Fifty-Nine Appears
    Canary Cry Appears
    Genesis Appears
    Monument Point Appears
    Lost in the Flood Appears
    Schism Appears
    Legacy Appears
    Paradox Pictured
    The Recruits Appears
    A Matter of Trust Appears
    Penance Appears
    Human Target Appears
    So It Begins Appears
    Vigilante Appears
    Invasion! Appears
    Invasion! Appears
    Invasion! Appears
    What We Leave Behind Appears
    Who Are You? Appears
    Second Chances Appears
    Bratva Appears
    Spectre of the Gun Appears
    The Sin-Eater Appears
    Fighting Fire with Fire Appears
    Checkmate Appears
    Kapiushon Appears
    Disbanded Appears
    Dangerous Liaisons Appears
    Underneath Appears
    Honor Thy Fathers Appears
    Infantino Street Mentioned
    Missing Appears
    Lian Yu Appears
    Fallout Appears
    Tribute Appears
    Next of Kin Appears
    Reversal Appears
    Deathstroke Returns Appears
    Promises Kept Appears
    Thanksgiving Appears
    Crisis on Earth-X, Part 2 Mentioned
    Crisis on Earth-X, Part 4 Appears
    Irreconcilable Differences Appears
    Divided Appears
    We Fall Appears
    All for Nothing Appears
    The Devil's Greatest Trick Appears
    Collision Course Appears
    Doppelganger Appears
    The Thanatos Guild Appears
    Brothers in Arms Appears
    Fundamentals Appears
    The Dragon Mentioned
    Shifting Allegiances Appears
    Docket No. 11-19-41-73 Appears
    The Ties That Bind Appears
    Think Fast Appears
    Life Sentence Appears
    Inmate 4587 Appears
    The Longbow Hunters Appears
    Crossing Lines Appears
    Level Two Appears
    The Demon Appears
    Due Process Appears
    The Slabside Redemption Appears
    Unmasked Appears
    Elseworlds, Part 1 Appears
    Elseworlds, Part 2 Appears
    Elseworlds, Part 3 Appears
    My Name Is Emiko Queen Appears
    Past Sins Appears
    Emerald Archer Appears
    Star City Slayer Appears
    Brothers & Sisters Appears
    Training Day Appears
    Star City 2040 Mentioned
    Inheritance Appears
    Lost Canary Appears
    Spartan Appears
    Confessions Appears
    Living Proof Appears
    You Have Saved This City Appears
    Starling City Appears
    Welcome to Hong Kong Appears
    Leap of Faith Appears
    Present Tense Appears
    Prochnost Appears
    Reset Appears
    Purgatory Appears
    Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Two Mentioned
    Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Three Appears
    Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Four In the Speed Force
    Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Five Appears
    Fadeout Appears
    Marathon Appears
    The Book of Reconstruction: Chapter Three: Despite All My Rage... Mentioned
    Good-Bye Vibrations Mentioned
    Rebirth Appears
    Stressed Western Mentioned
    P.O.W. Appears
    Heart of the Matter, Part 1 Mentioned
    Blind Spots Appears
    Antifreeze Mentioned
    Armageddon, Part 1 Mentioned
    Meet Your Maker Appears
    The Man in the Yellow Tie Appears
    Wildest Dreams Mentioned
    It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To Appears

    Gallery[edit | hide]

    Promotional Images[edit | hide]

    References[edit | hide]

    1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Pilot
    2. Lost Souls
    3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Suicide Squad
    4. Invasion!
    5. Tribute
    6. Arrow on Facebook: "John Diggle"
    7. Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Three
    8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7 8.8 8.9 Fadeout
    9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Five
    10. 10.0 10.1 You Have Saved This City
    11. 11.0 11.1 Will Diggle Become a Green Lantern? David Ramsey Previews His Arrowverse Return, First Look at 'Mystery Role'
    12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 12.7 P.O.W.
    13. Restoration
    14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 Keep Your Enemies Closer
    15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 Rebirth
    16. Brothers & Sisters
    17. Darkness on the Edge of Town
    18. 18.0 18.1 Elseworlds, Part 3
    19. Starling City
    20. Salvation
    21. Spartan
    22. A.W.O.L.
    23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 23.4 The Book of Reconstruction: Chapter Three: Despite All My Rage...
    24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 Lone Gunmen
    25. Suicidal Tendencies
    26. The Calm
    27. Paradox
    28. Training Day
    29. Who Are You?
    30. 30.0 30.1 Marathon
    31. 31.0 31.1 31.2 Meet Your Maker
    32. 32.0 32.1 Blind Spots
    33. 33.0 33.1 33.2 33.3 The Man in the Yellow Tie
    34. 34.0 34.1 34.2 It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To
    35. 35.0 35.1 Think Fast
    36. 36.0 36.1 36.2 36.3 Template:Ep/Next of King
    37. Elseworlds, Part 2
    38. Invasion!
    39. Legacies
    40. Time of Death
    41. Al Sah-him
    42. Diggle
    43. Dead to Rights
    44. Collision Course
    45. Legends of Today
    46. Invasion!
    47. Crisis on Earth-X, Part 4
    48. Elseworlds, Part 1
    49. 49.0 49.1 Fallout
    50. 50.0 50.1 Divided
    51. Green Arrow
    52. Arrow Executive Producer Says the Series Wouldn't Have Existed Without the Green Lantern Movie


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