- For the character known as Connor Hawke in an erased future, see John Diggle, Jr..
- "I know what it's like to have heroes for parents. It sucks. Man, I used to ask my dad all the time why he even adopted me if he and my mom were never gonna be around. But you know what? When I got older, I realized... I was proud of them."
- —Connor Hawke to Mia Smoak[src]
By 2040, he had formed an acquaintanceship with Mia Smoak. He clearly knew her well enough to know that she had gotten her copy of Emerald Archer: The Hood and the Rise of Vigilantism by stealing it. He then went with her to the old Arrowcave, commenting that the place seemed haunted. They were subsequently interrupted by William Clayton, Zoe Ramirez, Roy Harper and Dinah Drake, who they knocked out and tied up. Connor watched the latter two, who happened to recognize him, before he went to the other room. Being scolded by Mia for not watching his two, they suddenly jumped out, fighting Mia and Connor. Ultimately, Roy was able to knock Connor down, holding him at arrowpoint.
Possible future abilities
- Peak of human physical condition: As an agent of knightwatch, Connor is in top physical condition.
- Expert hand-to-hand combatant/Martial artist: Connor is proven to be highly skilled hand-to-hand combatant and martial artist, able to fight on par against a middle aged Roy Harper, for a while but he was eventually overpowered, and was able to easily beat a deathstroke gang member. Connor's fighting style appears to include eskrima, karate, and ju-jitsu.
- It's heavily implied that he and Mia Smoak had a romantic relationship at some point.
Behind the scenes
- In the main DC comics continuity, Connor Hawke is the second son of Oliver Queen who eventually succeeds his father as the second Green Arrow. In the shared multiverse, Connor is Ben Turner's son.