The time-turning nature of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow already confirmed we’d visit a variety of different periods in comic history, potentially featuring old and new characters alike. Now, another familiar Arrow face has been confirmed to rise, as the Legends link up with Matt Nable’s Ra’s al Ghul.
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The moment Arrow and The Flash set up an animated Vixen series set inside the CW TV universe, DC fans had to wonder when the character might join Oliver Queen or Barry Allen in live-action. That day will arrive in 2016, as Megalyn Echikunwoke will reprise her role from the animated series on Arrow, but is another spinoff in the works?
As if Barry and Oliver didn’t have enough to come back to in 2016, January 21 will see The CW opening the craziest branch of its DC universe yet with Legends of Tomorrow. You’ve seen all the characters already, and their origins sopping up all available screentime, now look at them individually! In character posters! Collect ‘em all!
‘Arrow’ closed 2015 in “Dark Waters” with a major post-’Legends’ return to form, and some deadly development for Damien Darhk, but was tonight’s big death another fake-out for the TV year? Find out in our full review!
Dutifully putting up with Legends of Tomorrow setup since their October premieres, both Arrow and The Flash will finally return to their own storylines just in time to close out the year on a dark note. The CW has released extended trailers for both 2015 finales “Running to Stand Still” and “Dark Waters,” while a departed star teases an impending return?
The Legends of Tomorrow are at last behind us, but Arrow has at least one bit of Season 4 business unresolved: which of Oliver’s loved ones are in that future grave? We’ve ventured plenty of guesses, but the full trailer for 2015 finale “Dark Waters” may offer a breathless clue.
Long before Supergirl premiered, CBS cast doubt on the likelihood of Kara crossing over with Arrow or The Flash just yet, an idea recently revisited when executive producer Greg Berlanti shot down a rumored Barry Allen appearance. Some fans had hope that the timeline-hopping Legends of Tomorrow might make crossover potential a bit easier, but producer Andrew Kreisberg isn’t sure they’re even legally allowed to play with Supergirl.
‘Arrow’ and ‘Flash’ bring the “Legends of Yesterday” crossover crashing down in superhero style, but was tonight’s big timey-wimey twist an effective end? And for goodness’ sake, who’s in that darn grave? Find out in our full review!
Both The Flash and Arrow will have quite a bit of ‘splaining to do in setting up Legends of Tomorrow through this week’s dual crossover, and we can officially check one item off the list. The source of Vandal Savage’s power is revealed in our first clip from The Flash opener “Legends of Today,” as outlined by our new Hawkman.
Just yesterday, The CW surprised us with a first full trailer for Legends of Tomorrow, but we’ll need Arrow and The Flash to get us there first by next week’s crossover. To wit, The CW has released a massive gallery of photos hyping the big teamup, both from Tuesday’s “Legends of Today” to Wednesday’s “Legends of Yesterday.” Yes, that seems strangely backward.