This past week's 'Arrow' installment "Blast Radius" ended up a bit of a dud thanks to its one-off villain, but next week's "Blind Spot" thrusts Oliver and his enemies right into the spotlight once again. Laurel looks to be in trouble, as Brother Blood and Slade attack in the full set of photos from 'Arrow''s latest, "Blind Spot!"
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its tenth episode of the year with midseason premiere “Blast Radius,” as Oliver's efforts to track down Brother Blood become sidetracked by the arrival of DC bomber Shrapnel ('Firefly' star Sean Maher), while Roy attempts to conceal his newfound super-strength, and Laurel investigates Sebastian Blood's past.
Previous ‘Arrow’ episode “Three Ghosts” saw a weakened and hallucinating Oliver forced to confront the super-strong Cyrus Gold once more, as a deeper player in Brother Blood’s plan was revealed, and Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) returned to Central City and his date with destiny, so what does the tenth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Will Oliver finally become the hooded hero we know from DC comics, or be blown to bits first?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2′s super-powered midseason premiere “Blast Radius”!
The CW's breakout hit 'Arrow' won't return for its 2014 premiere "Blast Radius" until next Wednesday, but fans needn't wait any longer for a preview of Oliver's new mission, and an update on the love lightning-struck Barry Allen. See what's keeping Oliver up nights in the first official clip from January 15 installment "Blast Radius"!
The CW gave us an early look at 'Supernatural''s 2014 return this morning, but with 'Arrow''s premiere also a week away, why wait for a fresh new look at the season? The hunt is on for Brother Blood as Oliver's foes come out of the woodwork in 'Arrow' season 2's latest trailer, including the surprise return of 'The Dark Knight' star Michael Jai White's return as Bronze Tiger!
The CW's 'Arrow' last left us on a note of hope among "Three Ghosts," but with Oliver Queen due to return on January 15 for the second half of its season, will anyone escape the newest Starling villain's "Blast Radius"? The first photos of 'Arrow''s 2014 return have arrived, and at least one character looks to be blown to bits if they're not careful!
Since the first season of 'Arrow' introduced 'Teen Wolf' star Colton Haynes as DC hero Roy Harper, fans have wondered when the CW drama would finally take the plunge and elevate another character to his comic destiny. As 'Arrow' heads into its midseason 2 finale with tomorrow's "Three Ghosts" however, has the time finally come? Find out in the first sneak peek from the hour!
'Arrow' fans well know that the second season has begun dabbling in more super-powered DC lore, introducing Grant Gustin's Barry Allen on December 4, as well as multiple interweaving plots teasing the emergence of super-strength, and the supernatural altogether. With that in mind, has the latest press release confirmed the appearance of undead DC-heavy Solomon Grundy?
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its seventh episode of the year with “State V. Queen,” as Count Vertigo ('Fringe''s Seth Gabel) complicates Oliver's attendance at his mother's trial, while Moira struggles to keep a dark secret from emerging.
Last week’s ‘Arrow’ episode “Keep Your Enemies Closer” saw Oliver joining Diggle on a mission to Russia to recover his ex-wife from captivity, while Isabel Rochev (Summer Glau) insisted on tagging along, and Thea faced a difficult choice with Roy, so what does the seventh episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Will Oliver finally become the hooded hero we know from DC comics?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2′s twisty-turny episode 7, “State V. Queen!”
The moment the CW's 'Arrow' first debuted a look at actor Stephen Amell in his minimalist Green Arrow costume, we knew we were in for a more grounded take on the superhero mythology. Midway through season 2 however, enough has transpired on the DC-fueled drama that Oliver Queen can no longer hide his identity behind a hood, and green facepaint. Find out what the future of 'Arrow' looks like with Oliver's newest costume design!
We were more than a bit skeptical when 'Arrow' season 2 announced that it would introduce DC superhero Barry Allen into its story, culminating in a 2014 episode to serve as a backdoor pilot for a potential CW 'Flash' spinoff, and now it seems producers have blinked as well. Grant Gustin's 'Flash' will still receive a pilot for a potential series, but not in 'Arrow' season 2 as originally planned.