‘Arrow’ season 3 lets loose its ninth installment of the year with midseason finale “The Climb,” as Oliver faces off with Ra's al Ghul over the identity of Sara's killer, while Laurel is forced to confront her family with the truth, and Felicity discovers the scope of Ray Palmer's plans for Starling City.
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'Arrow' and 'The Flash' got their epic crossover out of the way just in time to confront their biggest bads in next week's midseason finales, as Barry goes up against "The Man in the Yellow Suit," and Oliver makes "The Climb" to confront Ra's al Ghul. Now, The CW has released full-length trailers for both finales, expanding 'The Flash' finale's runtime as well!
‘Arrow’ season 3 lets loose its eighth installment of the year with “The Brave and the Bold,” as ‘The Flash’ comes to town to aid Oliver in pursuit of a boomerang-throwing killer, only to find the spree has deeper ties to A.R.G.U.S. and Diggle’s wife Lyla.
Currently mitigating a ‘Flash’ crossover (and soon to deal with Deathstroke’s return), ‘Arrow’ season 3 hasn’t made very much of the appearance of DC baddie Ra’s al Ghul beyond the pursuit of Sara’s killer. That all changes with next week’s midseason finale “The Climb,” the first photos of which show Oliver (shirtlessly, of course) taking on the legendary Batman villain in a snowy duel!
The CW’s ‘Arrow’ staged the first half of a major reunion with ‘The Flash’ last night, only to continue tonight with ‘The Brave and the Bold,’ but the DC drama’s next big return may not prove so friendly. Manu Bennett’s Slade Wilson will bring the Deathstroke to ‘Arrow’ season 3, returning in a 2015 episode!
Well that was a LOT of fun. There are times to get super serious in the world of episodic reviews, and there are times to pass around a few beverages and raise a glass. I don’t know if this was the “best” episode of ‘The Flash,’ whatever that word really means, but it was almost certainly the most entertaining. As light on its feet as The Flash (and ‘The Flash’) has ever been, ‘Flash Versus Arrow’ delivered on the promise of its title and provided some pulpy thrills while also providing conflict for future installments.
We weren’t entirely surprised to find CBS getting in on the TV superhero game with Greg Berlanti’s development of DC’s ‘Supergirl,’ but the titular superheroine’s first casting rumor may yet surprise fans of The CW’s existing DC dramas. ‘The Vampire Diaries’ and spinoff The Originals’ star Rebecca Holt is the first name tossed into the goblet for CBS’s forthcoming superhero series, but how likely is she to be our new ‘Supergirl’?
Tomorrow night will see ‘The Flash’ kicking off part one of the big “Flash vs. Arrow” crossover, but why wait a whole 24 hours for some flashy new goodness? Get an extended look at Oliver and Barry’s buddy brawl, as well as DC villains Captain Cold and Heat Wave, and we’ll even throw a shirtless Felicity into the latest ‘Flash’ trailer, because why not?
ScreenCrush’s Comic Strip is a weekly roundup of the hottest superhero movie/TV news items. From Marvel to DC and points in between, if it pertains to costumed comic book heroes, we’re covering it here, bringing you our expert analysis. This week, Michelle MacLaren officially signs on to ‘Wonder Woman,’ Frank Grillo talks about the return of Crossbones in 'Captain America 3', and Batman battles Darth Vader...to the death!