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.
Despite DC’s intentions to go the un-Marvel route of keeping their universes separate across film and TV, The CW is the one place to find major costumed crossover action. But there are still things that both series are unable to do at this point in their run.
The CW has released a batch of images from the second half of the crossover between Arrow and The Flash, titled “The Brave and the Bold,” featuring the mysterious boomerang killer and another reunion between Teams Arrow and Flash
Arrow is taking next week off, but they didn’t leave their fans empty-handed for Thanksgiving. During last night’s episode, the CW aired a promo for the first half of the highly anticipated crossover between Arrow and The Flash, and it is brutal!
When it comes to easter eggs, Arrow may never be able to top last week's use of the boxing glove. The episode as a whole could have been better but the reference to the DC superhero's most famous trick arrow was perfectly executed. This week didn't seem to stand a chance. No nod(s) to the DCU in “Draw Back Your Bow” could possibly compare, right? Well, not exactly.
Barry Allen and Oliver Queen have already hung out a few times, but two weeks from now, the two of them will have their first epic team-up. And if these new images the CW has released from the first episode “Flash vs. Arrow” are any indication, it’s sure to be full of fun and unusual weaponry.
Love is in the air this week on Arrow! For Felicity, the romantic arc we've known is coming appears to be getting started at last. Oliver's romantic prospects seem a bit more dangerous, as he's faced with the advances of a woman with lethal intentions.
Arrow star Stephen Amell has an issue with the way DC Comics has been handling one of its big media endeavors and how it affects the DC TV universe. Find out what he had to say.
The CW has been keeping details on the crossover between Arrow and The Flash secret for months, but now they’ve finally spilled the beans on what will bring these two heroes together next month.
There's something not quite right about Arrow this third season. Obviously, the stellar second is a lot to live up to and The CW's superhero series may be stumbling a bit under the pressure. There's always a lot to like about the show, including plenty of fun references to the DCU, but Arrow is definitely in the middle of a junior slump. That exists, right?
One of Arrow’s many distinguishing features is that even if a person dies, they can still reappear in a variety of ways. The same applies for this important character who will be returning to the show at some point.
And there she is! We knew it was only a matter of time before we saw Arrow's Laurel (Katie Cassidy) filling the figurative wings of her sister Sara, and today, the CW has given us our first look Laurel in full Black Canary gear... and hair!
Superheroes aren’t the only comic book characters on TV who can get horrible costumes. Villains are also frequent victims of poor costume design. These are the supervillains whose looks should have been reevaluated immediately.
Right after Arrow fans finally got their first look at Ra's al Ghul, the Season 3 big bad, The CW's superhero series stalled the serialized momentum with a villain-of-the-week. However, “The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak” did focus on Arrow's most lovable character so the lack of a lot of easter eggs is easily forgiven.
One of the many things Arrow does right is a good standalone episode. And that's just what we got tonight with "The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak." As the title strongly implies, much of the focus of tonight's Arrow installment fell on Emily Bett Rickards' brainy character, Felicity, but the final moments delivered a shocking twist that had very little to do with the computer genius.