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Last night on Arrow, Felicity Smoak overcame her personal demons and rejoined Team Arrow following her paralysis. During this, there was a fun tease towards a member of the Batman universe.
After an intense midseason premiere last week, Arrow went back to business somewhat as usual in “A.W.O.L.” Unlike most episodes, however, the focus was primarily on Oliver’s two first partners rather than on Oliver himself, and it was pretty awesome...but not for everybody.
A week after it was revealed what happened to Felicity following Damien Darhk’s attack in the Arrow midseason finale, she’s finally getting something much deserved.
Superpowered speedster Barry Allen has won the hearts of plenty on The Flash, and the ratings have definitely reflected his appeal. While he hasn't had an easy time so far in Season 2, he's led The Flash to hitting a huge ratings milestone.
As it goes with all comic book TV shows, certain names and images will pop up that fans instantly latch onto, though it’s almost never immediately clear if the reference is just a nice Easter egg or if it’s a major addition to the plot. That definitely happened during tonight’s episode of The Flash.
As the titular superhero at the rapidly beating heart of The Flash, Barry Allen is already used to dealing with other characters that share his ability to zip around from place to place, but all of them have been of the male persuasion. Until now.
After Oliver gave up killing unless absolutely necessary way back in the beginning of Arrow Season 2, many of his bad guys are actually still alive with the potential to come back. Star Stephen Amell just so happens to have one in mind that he’d like to come back.
The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow is a mixed bag of new and recognizable characters that not only appeals to fans of flagship shows Arrow and The Flash, but also to large swaths of comic book fans in general. And fans turned out in droves.
In the Legends of Tomorrow series premiere, Rip Hunter delivered a shocking revelation to his recruits from 2016. As it turns out, this moment was originally supposed to happen later on the show.
Because of some social media interactions, Grant Gustin and Ezra Miller's mutually exclusive versions of The Flash became a topic of Internet discussion, with some saying that Gustin was throwing red-tinted shade at his big screen counterpart.
Ever since Legends of Tomorrow was first announced, it's been advertised as a show about a future hero coming back in time to gather up a squad of to-be-icons to reach their destiny by helping save the world. The series premiere turned that on its head.
Fans of The CW series’ Arrow and The Flash are in for a treat tonight when DC’s Legends of Tomorrow premieres. The new show will feature mostly an amalgam of previously established comics characters (heroes and villains) from either of those shows. So, we might feel like we know everything the show has to offer, but, apparently, we were wrong.
One new character to be introduced in Season 4 of Arrow will be Vixen, who will be making a jump from her animated web series to live action with actress Megalyn Echikunwoke. Check out a first look!
Arrow has finally returned to The CW after six long weeks of hiatus, and the midseason premiere had a lot to do to pay off on some of the cliffhangers from the midseason finale.“Blood Debts” gave a first real look at a character who may be the next great Arrow villain: Damien Darhk’s wife.
The heroes of the Legends of Tomorrow team will have enough enemies to deal with in the show’s various time periods, but now we know that they’ll also be facing an obstacle from an unexpected source in their leader's past.