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At San Diego Comic-Con, Stephen Amell took the Hall H stage dressed in his brand new costume for the next season of Arrow. Sadly, Grant Gustin didn't pull a similar stunt before the Flash's panel, but now we have an official look at the Scarlet Speedster's duds for Season 2:
As you might have guessed, Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman are not the only DC heroes being represented on the convention floor of at San Diego Comic-Con. The small screen versions of Flash and Arrow are also sharing the spotlight as well, and we got some great shots of what they have on display!
We know it can be tough to keep track of all the new and upcoming network shows. So, we’ve devised a list of all of the major networks, noting whether new shows have been picked up for additional episodes, canceled or renewed.
Although the Arrow/The Flash spinoff will be full of familiar faces from both shows, it is also introducing new players to this DC TV universe. The latest character to be announced is fortunately one of the good guys.
Ciara Renée was recently cast as Hawkgirl in the Arrow/The Flash spinoff, and now there are hints that we might be seeing the winged superhero sooner than anticipated.
In addition to those big names, the spinoff team has plans to introduce at least three big characters who have not appeared on television before. Greg Berlanti recently spoke out that a noticeable villain will be among the new additions.
Both heroes and villains from this DC TV universe will be teaming up together in the proposed Arrow/The Flash spinoff, and the latest actor to join the cast is Prison Break star Dominic Purcell.
One of the more interesting tidbits to come from the Arrow/The Flash spinoff is that it will include three characters never seen on TV before. Now we have more specific information on concerning their identities.
Included among The CW’s in-development Arrow and The Flash spinoff project will be several DC superheroes that have never been in a TV series before. Here are our top picks for who these heroes might be.
“The Sound and the Fury” finally introduced viewers of The Flash to what it is that makes the titular hero run so fast, and as you might have imagined from this superhero series, it’s more than just getting struck by lightning.
The crossovers with Arrow continue later this season on The Flash when these two characters will pop by Central City to help out the Scarlet Speedster and the S.T.A.R. Labs team.
Flash fans had a pretty feels-intensive mid-season finale, and the show’s now trademark post-credits sting has left us all screaming at our televisions, “THAT’S how they end it???” Thanks to an episode description from the CW, we now know what is in store for us when the show returns on January 20 with the episode “Revenge of the Rogues”.
We had a variety of antagonists appear during 2014, from mob enforcers to traitors to super powered psychos. This was the live-action debut of some villains and a new interpretation for others. Step over to the dark side and take a look at who we’ve picked as the best villains that were introduced on our favorite Marvel and DC TV shows during 2014
In 2015, Mark Hamill will be appearing as The Trickster on The Flash, the same role he played in the original 1990 Flash series. While eager to join the fun, Hamill admits that something specific shocked him about being asked to appear.
If you’ve been wondering what to call what DC Comics is doing with its slew of TV and movie characters, we have an answer for you. DC President Geoff Johns spoke out on Thursday to explain how The Flash and Arrow can exist on the small screen and still exist in a totally separate world on the big screen.