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Starling City was put in danger once again for the Season 3 finale of Arrow, but Ra's al Ghul's virus seemed like a good excuse for Team Arrow to assemble, and for Oliver Queen to choose his destiny. Spoilers ahead if you haven't seen the Season 3 finale of Arrow!
Tonight marks the conclusion of Arrow Season 3 with the episode “My Name Is Oliver Queen.” It’s to be expected that an episode like this will be filled with fighting and action, but as we’ve now learned, not everyone will make it out of this intense finale alive.
Despite Constantine being cancelled by NBC, may still be a chance for John Constantine to appear on Arrow even if the his show doesn’t get picked up by another network.And it won't even take any magic.
But unlike Marvel, who has all their network shows located on ABC, DC shows have been spread out over several networks, provoking questions as to whether the CW offerings could cross over with shows like Gotham or Constantine. Apparently, one such crossover actually almost happened.
This is it, Arrow fans! Season 3 of the CW series draws to a close on Wednesday, May 13 and the trailer for the episode, "My Name Is Oliver Queen" teases the return of a familiar face, a punch to the face, and what could prove to be a pretty epic face-off as "the final battle" nears...
Although it’s a spinoff of one of the fastest superheroes out there, the CW’s offshoot of The Flash and Arrow has taken its sweet time in getting from inception to confirmation. But now it's officially coming to The CW!
Oh my god, something huge happened! For sure. One hundred percent. No way that this is some trick. Nope, the entire supporting cast of Arrow went through some huge changes this week, and it wasn’t even the season finale!
Now that “Al Sah-him’ is over, there are only two Arrows left in the quiver. The superhero series’ third season has been a struggle but this week was excellent, easily the best installment of so far this year. And there were also a few intriguing easter eggs...
Although the Arrow/The Flash spinoff will be full of familiar faces from both shows, it is also introducing new players to this DC TV universe. The latest character to be announced is fortunately one of the good guys.
Last night’s Arrow episode “The Fallen” showed what the Lazarus Pit is capable of. However, how it functions on the TV show will differ from how it is used in the comic books.
After the shocking conclusion to last week’s Arrow, it’s not surprising that “The Fallen” was heavy on the emotions and light on the DCU easter eggs. No villain-of-the-week, no crossovers or team-ups, just Team Arrow trying to deal with a dying Thea.
SPOILERS if you haven't seen this week's episode of Arrow, titled "The Fallen."
In the world of modern TV spinoffs, sometimes the name can be just as important as the subject matter involved. When it comes to the upcoming heroes-and-villains offspring of Arrow and The Flash, one unofficial name has joined another, and this one also has major ties to the DC Universe.
The Arrow took a night off after becoming “Public Enemy” number one but he’s back this week for the first of five uninterrupted episodes. Luckily, The CW’s superhero series is already throwing surprises at the audience fit for a season finale. More on that and the episode’s connections to the DCU inside...
Major spoilers ahead if you haven't watched tonight's episode of Arrow, titled "Broken Arrow"!