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As the longest-running comic series currently airing on primetime television, The CW’s Arrow has accumulated quite a cache of side characters that can be brought back at any time. There's one in particular that executive Marc Guggenheim would like to have back on the show.
Once upon a time on Arrow, there was one hero in one leather suit, as archer extraordinaire Oliver Queen returned to Starling City to clean up the streets. In the years since, Arrow has accumulated more and more characters with masks and suits. Now, one more performer is looking for a suit of their own.
Arrow has had its fair share of mysteries over the years, and one of the biggest has been of Felicity Smoak's father. The most recent episode finally revealed his identity, but executive producer Wendy Mericle had admitted who he actually almost was.
A handful of familiar faces showed up in the most unlikely places in "Unchained," and one of them has a proposal for Oliver that presents an opportunity that could change Arrow forever.
Despite what happened to Hawkman on last week’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow, actor Falk Hentschel will continue playing a role on the show in this way.
While there’s still a long wait ahead for Jonah Hex’s appearance on Legends of Tomorrow, fortunately we now have our first taste of actor Johnathon Schaech as the deformed gunslinger.
For months there’s been talk about whether Supergirl and The Flash might crossover, and after all these rumors, it’s now official: the Scarlet Speedster and Girl of Steel are joining forces!
Our television and movie screens are filled with a variety of superheroes and villains from comics these days, and the tide likely won’t be stopping anytime soon. Now, one unexpected comic is closer to getting the live action treatment: Archie.
By this spring, the networks will make some big decisions on whether or not some of our favorites will get renewals, and for now we are keeping tabs on what shows are cancelled, which are renewed and which at least have received full season orders.
Over the past week, DC Comics has been teasing out classic heroes who will be appearing on Legends of Tomorrow in some form or fashion. Now a fifth hero has been added to the lineup.
Over on The Flash, arguably the biggest mystery behind Season 2 is the identity of big baddie Zoom, and it looks like actor Tom Cavanagh has already been entrusted with the secret, which he is perfectly happy to gloat about.
Only two twisty episodes into its freshman season, The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow has already featured several handfuls of comic characters. And now even more are coming, including one of the first female heroes ever.
The size of the ensemble of Legends of Tomorrow meant that the odds of somebody dying by the season finale were pretty good. Still, few of us could have imagined that one of those Legends would be killed off in only the second episode of the series.
Over the course of 15 episodes, Legends of Tomorrow is supposed to do an astounding amount of things with an astounding amount of characters.Episode 2, unfortunately titled “Pilot Part 2,” kept true to its stakes-raising boasting with a shocking moment that changes everything up.
Stephen Amell has shed some light on his upcoming cameo as an older Oliver Queen on Legends of Tomorrow, and it's enough to get any fan excited.