The past weeks of the CW's 'Arrow' have focused their attention on adapting DC comics teams from the likes of the "Suicide Squad" to the "Birds of Prey," but next week's "Deathstroke" will return to the matter at hand as Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett) takes aim at the Queen family. Not only that, but the full set of photos from the hour confirm that Slade will face the Starling police, while Isabel Rochev (Summer Glau) returns to cause even further trouble!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its seventeenth episode of the year with “Birds of Prey,” as Helena "The Huntress" Bertinelli (Jessica de Gouw) returns to Starling City seeking vengeance against her father, taking Laurel hostage, while Roy wrestles with a difficult decision regarding Thea.
Last week's ‘Arrow’ installment “Suicide Squad” saw Diggle reluctantly leading the team of Deadshot (Michael Rowe), Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai White) and Shrapnel (Sean Maher) on an overseas mission, while Oliver tried in vain to find Slade in Starling City, so what does the seventeenth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Do the famous DC characters ally like the comics, or bring more death and destruction for the final episodes of the season?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2, episode 17, “Birds of Prey!”
Where last week's exciting 'Arrow' premiere brought the "Suicide Squad" to life, this week's latest season 2 installment will afford similar treatment to the deadly "Birds of Prey," as Jessica de Gouw's Huntress returns to Starling City in search of even more vengeance. We've got the first two clips from the hour, and it seems the titular "Birds" don't get along as well as the comics might lead us to believe.
Where this past week's 'Arrow' installment "Suicide Squad" brought in the famous DC Comics team, next week's all-new episode will similarly reference comic mythology with "Birds of Prey." Helena Bertinelli (Jessica de Gouw) returns to Starling City once again in search of vengeance, only to find Oliver has a Canary on his side, in the full set of photos from next week's episode.
After weeks of speculation, last night's 'Arrow' season 2 installment "Suicide Squad" gave fans an unexpected treat in featuring a sly cameo from fan-favorite Batman villain Harley Quinn. The character went unnamed (save for one very recognizable voice!), but see for yourself with Harley Quinn's cameo among the "Suicide Squad' of the 'Arrow'-verse!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its sixteenth episode of the year with “Suicide Squad,” as Diggle reluctantly leads the team of Deadshot (Michael Rowe), Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai White) and Shrapnel (Sean Maher) on an overseas mission, while Oliver frustratedly tries to find Slade in Starling City.
Last week's ‘Arrow’ installment “The Promise” saw Oliver learning the truth about Slade Wilson ('Spartacus' star Manu Bennett)'s survival, and remembering how their feud began with the seizure of Dr. Ivo's freighter in the past, so what does the sixteenth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Does the famous DC team lay out the conflicts to come in the final episodes of the season?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2, episode 16, “Suicide Squad!”
Tonight's all-new installment of 'Arrow' will pay off a number of season 2 setups in introducing the titular DC "Suicide Squad," as Diggle leads a team consisting of Deadshot, Shrapnel, Bronze Tiger and his ex-wife Lyla. Our first clips from the hour see the Arrow's partner none-too-pleased to be taking on the assignment, but what about tonight's villainous lineup will set up a major 'Arrow' season 3 story to come?
For weeks now, we've heard that the title of 'Arrow' season 2's 19th installment had been kept under wraps to shield a special surprise, and even after executive producer Marc Guggenheim revealed it as "The Man Under the Hood," our curiosity remained intact. Now it seems the episode in question will set up the 'Flash' spinoff by introducing its supporting S.T.A.R. Labs cast, including DC characters Vibe and Killer Frost!
It's a tale as old as time, that Hollywood studios release full glamor shots of their suited superheroes just before set photos leak the look in a much less flattering light. So too is it with The CW's 'Arrow' spinoff 'The Flash,' which yesterday gave us a supercharged look at the Scarlet Speedster, before much more detailed photos of Grant Gustin's costume in broad daylight have emerged from the Vancouver set!
A few weeks ago, The CW's proposed 'Arrow' spinoff series 'The Flash' gave us a quick peek at Grant Gustin suited up as the fastest man alive, though we really only saw the costume from the neck up. Now the network has released a full shot of Barry Allen's new duds, and he looks ready to bolt!