The CW's 'Arrow' wasn't on hand at the TCA panel to promote season 3 like 'The Flash' was, but that hasn't stopped the emerald archer from delivering some season 3 goodies in advance of the big Comic-Con 2014 panel. Find out yet another major character that will make a shocking return in season 3, as well as how long we'll have Sara for, and when to expect a major 'Flash' crossover event!
The CW's 'Arrow' hasn't been shy in introducing DC characters both good and bad throughout its first two seasons, thought at least a few major comic players have made more lasting impressions than others. Find out which DC femme fatale will return for 'Arrow''s season 3 premiere this fall, and what it might mean for the series at large!
The CW's 'Arrow' has been especially generous in its season 3 reveals with the recent casting of 'Superman' franchise star Brandon Routh, but even with Comic-Con 2014 only weeks away, why wait for some fresh intel on the DC drama's eagerly-anticipated third run? Find out who Stephen Amell's Oliver Queen will be romancing, as well as hunting internationally in our first synopsis from 'Arrow' season 3!
The CW's 'Arrow' has gotten even less shy with incorporating major DC characters and memorable genre stars as guest actors in season 3, but bringing in Superman himself? Okay, so the man of steel isn't flying into Starling City any time soon, but 'Superman Returns' star Brandon Routh will at least pop up in a major recurring season 3 role as Ray Palmer, better known as DC superhero The Atom!
Among 'Arrow''s many adaptations of classic DC villains, few would argue that 'Salem' star Seth Gabel's Count Vertigo analogue "The Count" has proven the most off-target. The character had largely been dealt with by season 2, but it seems Vertigo will once again menace Starling City in season 3, this time courtesy of 'Fargo' and '22 Jump Street' star Peter Stormare!
Yesterday brought the news that 'Arrow' season 3 had recruited 'Sin City' sword-wielder Devon Aoki as DC comic character Katana, but the third year of Oliver Queen's heroic journey will have plenty more company as we approach Comic-Con 2014. Enter 'Real Steel' star Karl Yune, playing Oliver's Hong Kong handler and a DC character all his own when 'Arrow' season 3 takes aim this fall!
A few weeks ago 'Arrow' season 3 gave us a sneak peek into the next leg of Oliver Queen's heroic journey in the form of four new (and suspiciously familiar) characters we'd meet. Now, the first major new addition of the season has arrived, as 'Sin City' star Devon Aoki joins 'Arrow' to carve Oliver into fighting form as the sword-slinging Tatsu Yamashiro, better known as DC's Katana!
Comic fans, the time is upon us once again. That's right, Comic-Con 2014 approaches, and this year Warner Bros. and DC have more than risen to the TV challenge, with not one, but four series to show off on Saturday! Find out what we'll see from 'Arrow' season 3, along with spinoff 'The Flash,' NBC's 'Constantine,' and FOX's hotly-anticipated 'Gotham' at the big San Diego show!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its twenty-third and final episode of the year with season finale “Unthinkable,” as Oliver rallies his friends and allies for the final confrontation with Slade Wilson, while the fate of Starling City hangs in the balance.
Last week's penultimate ‘Arrow’ installment “Streets of Fire” saw Oliver and his team racing around the city to combat Slade's destructive army, while Malcolm Merlyn returned with a proposal for Thea, and Sebastian Blood had second thoughts about their reign of terror, so what does the twenty-third and final episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Is all hope for Starling lost as Oliver Queen's second year comes to a close?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2, episode 23, finale installment “Unthinkable!”
'Arrow' season 2 went all out with the action in this past week's "Streets of Fire," but will next week's finale event "Unthinkable" reach the same dazzling heights? All bets are off with the full set of promotional photos for next week's finale, including some surprising returns, and dark fates implied in the war between Oliver, Slade and A.R.G.U.S.!