Arrow Season 5 has itself on solid footing – even making the flashbacks seem borderline watchable again. At least part of that owes to the impending arrival of Dolph Lundgren as the villainous Kovar, now scheduled to make his extended debut by a new Season 5 press release.
‘Arrow’ Season 5 opts for a little “Penance” sending the new recruits on a solo mission while Oliver breaks Diggle out of prison, but is Season 5’s main story ever planning to pick up? Plus, is Kovar coming to break Flashback Oliver? Find out in our full review!
The first major crossover between Arrow and The Flash didn’t bother with too much story in common, while the second largely served to set up Legends of Tomorrow, so what happens when all three get together for one story? Matching titles! See for yourself, as one unifying threat brings together Flash, Arrow and Legends for the crossover event, shared title and all.
‘Arrow’ keeps Season 5 on target building “A Matter of Trust” between new recruits, but does Cody Rhodes sprinkle his WWE magic over an otherwise-inconsequential hour? Plus, is the Suicide Squad really back in business? Find out in our full review!
Arrow fans have come to grips with the idea that certain DC heavy-hitters will likely never make the leap to The CW’s DC shows, but that divide became exceptionally confusing with the shuffling off of Suicide Squad characters in preparation for this summer’s film. Now, not only is a prominent Squad-mate headed back to Arrow, but producers explain how they might be able to feature the characters going forward.
Arrow picked one hell of a week for its 100th episode, landing smack-dab in the middle of The CW’s four-way superhero crossover with Supergirl, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow. Still, we’ve time yet before the heroes come together, for which producer Marc Guggenheim reveals not only what brings Supergirl to Star City, but also what other familiar faces will pop up for Arrow’s centennial.
Now that all four of The CW’s DC series have begun their fall seasons, fans of Flash, Arrow, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow are naturally looking for setup of the big four-way crossover in the coming months. We know DC’s alien Dominators will serve as the big bad, for which producer Marc Guggenheim teases their intent for the various Earths.
If Flash, Arrow, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow weren’t enough to get your DC on, in comes one more DC premiere. Fresh off CW Seed, the animated Vixen is back for Season 2, with the premiere installment available to stream right now.
‘Arrow’ keeps Season 5 on target assembling “The Recruits” for a brand-new team, but can Oliver ever get over his kicked-puppy moping? Plus, have we already figured out who’s behind the mysterious “Prometheus”? Find out in our full review!
We’ll only have three or so episodes to spend together when Arrow, Flash and Legends of Tomorrow crossover with Supergirl, and we’d be happy to spend all three with the disparate personalities paling around. It may take some time to get there, however, as producers say not everyone from the Arrow-verse will be so excited to meet the Girl of Steel.