The currently unnamed Arrow/The Flash spinoff has already recruited several notable heroes and villains. However, today’s news brings us two DC Comics characters who haven’t appeared on either show.
The Arrow episode “Suicidal Tendencies” featured the return of the infamous Suicide Squad, but by the end of the story, one of its members gave us an incredible shock.
After his trip to “Nanda Parbat,” the Arrow took a few weeks off. Now, The CW superhero series needs to kill some time until the consequences of Oliver’s choice escalate towards an inevitable second showdown with the Demon’s Head. And there’s no better way to kill time than with the “Suicide Squad.”
The Flash may dominate in the ratings right now, but it’s Arrow’s Stephen Amell who absolutely crushes at social media. A fan of the Green Arrow recently invited Amell to his 12th birthday party, and Amell sent this absolutely cool message to the young girl in response.
The Flash is dipping into Arrow’s lineup of enemies once again. This will be the second time The Flash has borrowed one of Arrow’s bad guys, the first being Robert Knepper reprising his role as Clock King in the episode “Power Outage.” Find out more after the jump.
After weeks of fans mulling over what Ra’s al Ghul’s offer to Oliver Queen meant, Arrow returned this week with the titular protagonist's answer in "The Offer."
If Arrow star Stephen Amell is to be believed, the show will undergo an enormous change by the end of Season 3 that's bigger than anything seen before.
When Oliver was stabbed and kicked off a cliff by Ra’s al Ghul in the Arrow episode “The Climb,” many fans speculated that he would be brought back to life by the Lazarus Pit, a pool of chemicals that can heal the sick and injured and even bring the recently-dead back to life. It didn't happen. But here's what will.
In addition to those big names, the spinoff team has plans to introduce at least three big characters who have not appeared on television before. Greg Berlanti recently spoke out that a noticeable villain will be among the new additions.
Both heroes and villains from this DC TV universe will be teaming up together in the proposed Arrow/The Flash spinoff, and the latest actor to join the cast is Prison Break star Dominic Purcell.
Arrow has been on a hiatus over the past several weeks, but this Wednesday it finally returns with the new episode “The Offer.” Here are the five most important things to know about Episode 16.
Superhero costume reveals need to be done right for superhero movies and TV shows, and for Arrow star Stephen Amell, the first official image of Oliver Queen costumed up as The Arrow had to be edited at the last minute due to an unusual predicament.
One of the more interesting tidbits to come from the Arrow/The Flash spinoff is that it will include three characters never seen on TV before. Now we have more specific information on concerning their identities.
Since Arrow has been renewed for Season 4, fans will be seeing more comic book villains showing up, and now there’s an update concerning future appearances from two villains who could not be more different.
In those cases, word usually sneaks out ahead of time about the plans. This season, there are an awful lot of those types of exits coming up, and there are rumors swirling around quite a few more. We've compiled a list of the 10 most likely shows to lose a major character.