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For months we’ve been hearing rumors and rumblings about what Season 4 of Arrow has in store David Ramsey’s John Diggle. Now we know exactly how different, as CW has finally released the first image of John Diggle in his new costume.
While Oliver Queen is fighting criminals in Star City during Arrow Season 4, his flashback self will be spending time in a place familiar to Green Lantern fans. Check out the confirmation after the jump.
Although a name change might not sound like it means that much, there will be noticeable changes when Oliver Queen becomes the Green Arrow in Arrow Season 4.
It’s obvious a lot of time and care went into designing Ray Palmer’s A.T.O.M. uniform for Arrow and soon to be Legends of Tomorrow, but it turns out that suit is more expensive than most of us would have guessed.
There are a lot of celebrities who are very into wrestling. Occasionally, these celebrities find themselves involved in their very own WWE plotlines. Such has been the case with Arrow star Stephen Amell over the past few months
It’s a question that has existed at the forefront of fans’ minds ever since we found out that The CW would create a shared universe based off of the seeds planted in Arrow: will we ever see a small screen version of Bruce Wayne? During a recent Q&A, Amell spoke out on the issue when the question once again came up.
Few celebrities possess the seemingly effortless social media charisma of Arrow’s Stephen Amell. Today, in anticipation for the star’s upcoming WWE SummerSlam showdown with pro wrestler Stardust, Amell took to Facebook and shared a glimpse of his wrestling attire with eager fans.
When Oliver Queen returns to Star City, he will finally embrace his comic book destiny and become Green Arrow, and why he’s decided on the identity change will quickly be answered right when Arrow Season 4 kicks off.
The fall TV season is very nearly upon us, which means that sooner rather than later TV subscribers will have a ton of new and returning programs to add to their TV-viewing calendars. There’s surely something out there for everyone, and we’ll keep our fingers crossed that your favorites avoid the cancellation axe.
Crossovers allow fan favorites on both shows to interact with one another and more. While most people are down with The Flash and Arrow crossing over, there’s one group that decidedly doesn’t enjoy it when the two shows share characters or plots.
When Oliver Queen returns to Starling City in Arrow Season 4, he’ll be rocking a new costume and superhero identity. Actually, there will be another change: his home won’t be called Starling City anymore.
With Arrow, The Flash and the upcoming Legends of Tomorrow currently on The CW’s programming slate, it’s a perfectly acceptable assumption that the network would want to build its DC comics library up in the future.
Laurel has come a long way since Arrow Season 1, and when the series returns in the fall, fans will see her go through another change when it comes to how she handles her life as Black Canary.
The CW’s Arrow owes much of its success to the charisma of geeky computer genius Felicity Smoak – and the actress who plays her, Emily Bett Rickards. While consistently strong and capable throughout the show’s run, Season 3’s overwhelmingly dark tone gave Felicity less opportunities to crack wise – now it seems Season 4 will return the former IT support girl to her comedic glory.
For its upcoming Season 2, The Flash is following up on a casual namedrop over a year after it was heard in a conversation between Cisco Ramon and Caitlin Snow in the Arrow Season 2 episode “The Man Under the Hood.” We will soon see the introduction of a Justice League character in Central City.