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When Constantine was on the air, there were talks of the lead character appearing on an episode of Arrow. Although the NBC series has since been cancelled, there may still a chance of seeing the chain-smoking occultist on the CW series.
Before Captain Cold heads to Legends of Tomorrow,The Flash fans are going to learn that that Leonard Snart and his sister Lisa inherited their villainous ways from their father, and it'll be played by a beloved actor of the big and small screen.
There’s one thing that’s been missing from Oliver Queen’s superhero ensemble for the past three years on Arrow: a certain color. Fortunately for fans, it’s looking more likely that Oliver will finally become Green Arrow in Season 4.
When The Flash returns with new episodes in October, there will be a lot of new characters appearing in Central City, and a group of them were announced at the show's panel during this year's Comic-Con. Let’s take a look at the newbies, and what they'll be bringing to the hit superhero drama.
Arrow Season 3 introduced mysticism through Ra’s al Ghul and the League of Assassins, and when the show returns in October, fans will see the universe focusing more on aspects that can't be explained by science.
All of this has happened before, and all of this will happen again. And by “all of this,” I mean an Arrow/The Flash crossover event, much like we saw last season. Fans may have guessed another two-parter was coming, and now we have the details.
Marvel fans are familiar with actor Neal McDonough as the mustachioed, bowler hat wearing Dum Dum Dugan in the MCU. Now McDonough is jumping over to the world of DC by joining Arrow as Season 4’s main antagonist.
When Season 3 of Arrow wrapped up Oliver Queen and Felicity were riding off into the sunset while the rest of his friends and family stayed behind to protect Starling City. While we know that some things will need to change for the show to remain Arrow we got some recent hints from the man under the hood as to what to expect from Season 4.
In its first season, The Flash introduced its audience to a variety of heroes, villains and supporting characters. Following in Arrow’s footsteps, The Flash is adding a variety of new players for its sophomore season, all of whom will be crucial to the story.
You may have noticed, we really like Season 1 of The Flash and its cliffhanger “where the hell is this show headed?” season finale. We’re still on the look out for anything that will give us a hint about what’s going to be going on in Season 2.
Before Sara Lance stars in Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow viewers may get to see her and Laurel together again in Season 4, though not necessarily under the best of circumstances.
Details have been scarce on what to expect in Arrow Season 4 and what the hero will be up to in quasi-retirement. But according to series lead Stephen Amell, fans can look forward to some shocking moments in the season premiere.
Barry Allen worked with several superpowered allies during The Flash Season 1, and now new videos have surfaced with hints on who The Flash’s mysterious new hero might be in Season 2. Here are the folks we think could fill the role going off this new information.
While losing someone close to you is tough, life moves on, and when The Flash Season 2 begins this fall, Joe will find himself with a new partner, and it sounds like it will be someone who’s is a key player in the Flash mythos.
In its inaugural season, The Flash more than delivered in terms spectacle. In fact, some of the more wow-inspiring moments saw the gigantic, telepathy-wielding primate, Grodd come to life. Now, someone behind this amazing effects achievement dishes on why Grodd was just so good.