While some fans might be looking forward to Deathstroke coming back to Arrow in a more recurring capacity, it’s looks like that might not be in the cards anymore.
The CW’s Arrow finds itself having to dance around the apparently greater forces over at Warner Bros. studios, as they ready their unconnected DC Comics cinematic continuity. Now, it appears that a major villain in the TV seminal vehicle may have found himself a poetically “targeted” casualty of the pop-culture parallels of the upcoming movies.
Arrow’s newest trailer shows us, the action won’t be dying down during Season 3’s final five episodes, so there is plenty to look forward to, including The Arrow and The Atom final joining forces. Take a look!
Last week’s Suicide Squad mission was not only full of easter eggs, it also marked the end for the most important recruit. Just another casualty in DC’s ‘Film V TV’ civil war. And speaking of the DCCU, this week’s first reference, “Public Enemy,” is also the title of a popular “Superman/Batman” comic.
“Inside Man” reminded us that despite its age, Supernatural still has some magic left in the tank. A cold open with our main characters had my attention right away, and when I saw Bobby with his feet propped and Kenny Rogers playing on the radio, I knew we were in for a treat.
I’m not going to lie here. The most fabulous part of “Tricksters” was seeing Mark Hamill return to this universe as the gloriously loony Trickster. But we knew that was coming, unlike the episode's major twists and turns. Spoilers abound.
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.
Fans can rest easy knowing that Mark Hamill’s Trickster won’t be killed off in tomorrow’s episode of The Flash. The showrunners already working on a way to bring back the gag-obsessed supervillain. Get the details.
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.”
What a fan looks for in these standalone episodes is one memorable scene that will serve as a lasting season memory. I won’t remember any details of “Paint It Black” after Season 10 concludes save for Jensen Ackles’ most masterful performance in quite some time.
Last week’s completely bonkers episode ”Out of Time” revealed how time travel works in this universe, and boy did it cause some disruptions in the timeline. Here are the five biggest changes that took place in "Rogue Time."
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."