Season 3’s highly anticipated reveal of iconic DC villain Ra’s al Ghul, which will happen this week, is going to be a somewhat different affair for Arrow, in that he isn’t a guy whose only focus is playing against the rules.
If you’ve been keeping tabs on The Flash recently, you may already know that tonight’s midseason finale will be extra special. The CW agreed to allow the episode to run for two minutes extra in order to help The Flash achieve the exact vision the show wanted for the winter finale.
Another veteran of the original 1990 Flash TV show is heading to the 2014 series. Fresh off his stint in a galaxy far, far away, Mark Hamill will appear next year on The Flash playing this villain.
Santa Claus won’t be the only strangely dressed visitor to Central City this Christmas season. Next week Barry Allen will come face-to-face with his arch enemy Reverse-Flash in The Flash’s aptly named midseason finale “The Man In The Yellow Suit.” Check out the new promo for a look at the yellow-garbed speedster.
Barry has learned a lot from Oliver during the past year, but when it comes romantic entanglements, The Flash's Barry will be going down a different path then his archer friend. Find out how.
Thanks to some incredible writing in Season 3 and a pretty sweet crossover, there is a lot going on in Arrow right now. The show won’t be losing any momentum in the coming weeks, either. On Wednesday, we learned that a major villain will be returning to the series in the future.
Arrow has done a tremendous job of featuring a variety of DC bad guys, from Green Arrow's personal rogues galleries to enemies that battle other heroes like Deathstroke and Ra's al Ghul, so don't think for one moment that the show will be running out of villains for Oliver and his team to face. Here are some of the villains that would thrive in the dark world of Arrow that need to show up at some point.
Tonight kicks off the long-anticipated crossover between Arrow and The Flash. Spreading over two nights, this will be the first official superhero team-up between Barry Allen and Oliver Queen, and there's plenty to look forward to. Here are the moment that we're excited to see in both halves.
The Flash and Arrow are about to crossover! Many fans are brimming with excitement about the special episodes, but deep down, there are some who are a little bit worried too.
As The Flash’s crossover with Arrow draws near, we’ve been privy to a lot of information about the special episode and have even seen plenty of footage and stills from Tuesday’s big show. But we can still expect at least one huge surprise from the episode.
With Sin Rostra set to be revealed by Episode 13, we feel like now is a great time to begin looking at the potential suspects and hedging our bets. Is it the sly lawyer or the underappreciated cop? Is it the hotelier or the telenovela star?
It’s going to take a lot of hard work to become a serious crime fighter in Starling City. Luckily, Arrow has 22 episodes each season to tell its story and it looks like there will be plenty of time to get into the nitty gritty of Black Canary’s story. New episodes of the CW’s Arrow air on Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. ET.
There are only a few episodes left until The Flash head into midseason hiatus. Fortunately, there are plenty of Flash stories that are great for hardcore comic book fans, as well as newcomers to the world of DC. Here are the ones you should read.
In DC Comics, The Flash’s powers can be surmised simply as “super speed,” but the reality is that the Scarlett Speedster’s abilities go far beyond that description. More than just being able to run really, really fast, there are many applications of this power set, and while we’ve already seen a few of them on display in the brand new CW series that has been airing this fall, the truth is that they are right now only scratching the surface.
Guggenheim says that the crossover has had an effect on the whole Arrow creative team, and that he officially takes back the comments he made about his show at the beginning of the fall. Here's how Arrow will change in a key way.