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‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Will Finally Give (Future) Oliver Queen That Famous Goatee

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 28, 2016 @ 5:07 PM
The CW / Warner Bros.
Legends of Tomorrow has already confirmed we’d visit a future Star City with Green Arrow successor Connor Hawke, as well that a unique version of Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen would show up, and the combined truth will delight fans. Not only will a future Oliver appear in Legends’ sixth episode, but Amell will sport both the famous comic goatee, and a major nod to Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns.

Scooby-Doo Is Dumb

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by Matt Singer January 28, 2016 @ 1:43 PM
Hanna-Barbera
The big pop cultural announcement this morning (via Entertainment Weekly) is that DC Comics is turning a bunch of classic Hanna-Barbera cartoons into a new line of comics. DC’s concept is to update these properties for 2016; not to simply continue their adventures as if no time has passed since their 1970s heyday, but to “revitalize the characters in a new day and age.”

Review: ‘Arrow’ Goes ‘A.W.O.L.’ With Diggle Drama and a Cute Codename for Felicity

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 27, 2016 @ 9:35 PM
The CW
‘Arrow’ sends Diggle and Andy “A.W.O.L.” this week against the mysterious Shadowspire, but did Felicity lose her flippin’ mind? Plus, which ‘Suicide Squad’ member bit the dust, and who’s the new ‘Oracle’? Find out in our full review!

Would ‘Smallville’ Star Tom Welling Play Superman Again for ‘Supergirl’?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 27, 2016 @ 10:55 AM
CBS / The CW
CBS’ Supergirl has understandably kept its distance from an actual Superman appearance, both for in-story purposes and the character’s cinematic exploits, but would a familiar face help? Smallville star Tom Welling never technically got a chance to don the famous cape, and answers if he’d be open to stepping in as Supergirl’s Man of Steel.

‘The Flash’ Dropped a Huge ‘Zoom’ Clue With ‘The Reverse-Flash Returns’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 26, 2016 @ 10:43 PM
The CW
As with its first year, The Flash Season 2 has built a sizable mystery around the identity of its true big bad, diverting from the comics just enough to keep DC fans on their toes. Tuesday’s “The Reverse-Flash Returns” even dipped into Season 1 mythology, but may stealthily have dropped a huge bomb for Zoom’s identity as well.

Stephen Amell Says ‘Arrow’ Lost Something After Manu Bennett’s Exit

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 25, 2016 @ 10:54 PM
The CW
Midway through its fourth season, Arrow has admittedly lost a step here and there, never quite regaining the heights of its second season battle against Manu Bennett’s Slade Wilson. Stephen Amell surprisingly concurs, admitting at a recent convention that he hopes the character might return, as Arrow has been “missing something” since Season 2.

We Can Probably Say Goodbye to a ‘Supergirl’-‘Flash’ Crossover This Season

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 25, 2016 @ 8:14 PM
The CW / CBS
However dim hope seemed in the first place, fans of both Supergirl and The Flash perked up at news that Warner Bros. had a month or so to work out a potential multi-network crossover for its DC heroes this season. Sadly, that ship seems to have sailed, according to mutual executive producer Andrew Kreisberg.

Why Did ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Drug One of Its Heroes Into Joining the Team?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 22, 2016 @ 4:25 PM
The CW
‘Legends of Tomorrow’ got off to a strong start with last night’s premiere, but one moment from the series debut seemed to stick out as especially ill-devised. Namely, why the hell did ‘Legends’ think it necessary for Victor Garber’s Professor Martin Stein to drug and kidnap his Firestorm partner into joining the mission, and how in the world did the others laugh that off?

Grant Gustin Denies Bashing Movie ‘Flash’ Ezra Miller Over Twitter

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 21, 2016 @ 10:06 PM
The CW / Larry Busacca, Getty Images
DC stars of The CW have often found themselves walking thin lines against the cinematic Justice League’s decision to reboot continuity with different actors, as Stephen Amell has defended multiple comments on taking Arrow to the big screen, or DC announcing Ezra Miller’s Flash within days of The CW premiere. Now, Grant Gustin himself is in the hot seat, defending accusations of decrying Miller’s Barry Allen.