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Beebo is now Part of Official ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Key Art

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The poster and key art for Legends of Tomorrow Season 4 has something blue and fluffy front and center.

It’s Beebo! In the brand new art, the whole cast stands together and Mick Ror (Dominic Purcell) is holding the fuzzy little guy we’ve come to love and laugh at.

Beebo first appeared  during the third season of Legends of Tomorrow when he became a god for the Vikings. Since then, Beebo has popped in and out of the Arrowverse. His most infamous appearance was in the season finale of Legends when the Totems created the ultimate, pure being.

The Legends assumed the form of a giant Beebo to defeat the evil demon Mallus. Beebo has likey grown to what he is becaause of the silliness of Legends, and that the toy has been mentioned on other shows.

The poster also includes newer characters including Nora Darhk (Courtney Ford), John Constantine (Matt Ryan), Ava Sharpe (Jes Macallan), and Charlie (Maisie Richardson-Sellers).

Here is a snippet of an interview Beebo did with EW earlier this year:

BEEBO: Demon scaaaary. But Beebo solves most problems with hugs!

Did you like having five Legends within you, controlling you like Voltron?
Beebo la-la-loves company!

Do you consider yourself a Legend now?
Beebo la-la-loves doing adventures!

How did it feel to be worshipped as a god (in “Beebo God of War”)?
Being a god can be lo-lo-lonely. Beebo just wants everyone to la-la-love each other!

If you could time-travel anywhere, when and where would you want to go to?
Beebo wants to ride a woolly mammoth!

The cast has spoken about Beebo in the past, saying at first they were a little taken aback by the use of him, but as time went on he became a part of the show they wouldn’t trade away.

Are you glad we’ll be seeing more of Beebo?

Legends of Tomorrow airs on Mondays on The CW.

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