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Despite Oliver Queen finally becoming Green Arrow for Arrow Season 4, there’s one classic feature that the TV show’s Emerald Archer won’t share with his comic book counterpart: the goatee. And actor Stephen Amell has a good explanation.
With Arrow’s fourth season only a few months away, fans have been getting a steady stream of character announcements for the show’s next batch of episodes, and now Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim just revealed whether or not we'd see a group from the recent years of the comics: the Weapon Clans.
For months, Arrow star Stephen Amell and the WWE have been teasing something happening between the two. However, minus a brief trash talking segment, nearly all the activity has been taking place on social media. Now Amell has posted a video which strongly indicates that he’ll be back on WWE TV in a couple of weeks.
Hawkgirl isn’t the only winged wonder that will be appearing in Legends of Tomorrow, and before Hawkman gets involved with the the super-spinoff's protagonists and their time traveling hijinks, he may show up elsewhere on your television.
While Oliver Queen has dealt with a diverse lineup of villains on Arrow, few of them have had special abilities. But when Season 4 airs later this year, Oliver Queen will get to fight another superpowered foe, and it will be a member of the Flash’s rogues gallery.
It looks like Starling City’s elusive vigilante on Arrow is about to come face-to-face with a Borg… well, a former Borg, anyway. It is being reported that a Star Trek: Voyager actor has moved on to the superhero TV realm.
After three years of fighting crime as The Hood/Arrow, The CW is finally giving fans the Green Arrow for Arrow Season 4, complete with a >new costume. However, just because Oliver is now the Green Arrow doesn’t mean he won’t continue relying on a few tricks he used as The Arrow.
The world of comic book television is good for a lot of things, from fight scenes to cheeky humor to thrilling adventures. Still, there’s always that lurking feeling that even though the stakes can feel high during any given moment. But Legends of Tomorrow might change all that.
When Arrow Season 4 airs in the fall, Oliver Queen and Team Arrow will be fighting an assortment of new DC villains, and while we don’t know what exactly is in store for flashback Oliver Queen, we now know the identity of one of the evildoers he’ll be going up against.
When Arrow and The Flash return to The CW in October, the eponymous heroes will be dealing with an assortment of new evildoers, and since the large episode orders allow for many adversaries to rear their malicious heads, we’ve picked five great bad guys that Arrow and The Flash need to use for their upcoming seasons.
Speculation arose that Hal might appear in Arrow Season 4 when flashback Oliver boarded a boat heading for Coast City, Hal’s hometown in the comics. Here’s what the executive producer has to say about Hal’s status in this universe.
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.
During the DC TV panel at San Diego Comic-Con, it was announced that Batman adversary Anarky would be appearing on Arrow. Now it’s been announced which actor will be playing him.
The Flash isn’t the only DC TV show that’s stockpiling its superheroes. Aside from the main members of Team Arrow, Arrow Season 3 introduced Ray Palmer, who became The Atom and is now one of the stars of Legends of Tomorrow. Now it's adding a new hero.
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.