After getting deeply intrenched with the "League of Assassins" last week, 'Arrow' will take a breather abroad as Oliver and Diggle head to Russia to combat the threat of Deadshot, as well as rescue Diggle's ex-wife Lyla. Our first sneak peek of "Keep Your Enemies Closer," has arrived, but where in the motherland must the duo travel for their rescue mission?
'Arrow' has been crushing it in its first five episodes of season 2, but will the vigilante gang have as much luck abroad, tasked with a mission to Russia? Next week's "Keep Your Enemies Closer" will see the return and debut of several DC faces as Oliver and the others head out on an international rescue mission, so take a look in the full photo set inside!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its fifth episode of the year with “League of Assassins,” as Oliver learns Sara Lance (Caity Lotz) has been targeted by the titular organization, while Officer Lance makes a shocking discovery, and Moira Queen struggles with a plea bargain.
Last week’s ‘Arrow’ episode “Crucible” saw Oliver learn the shocking identity of the mysterious Canary vigilante, ultimately teaming with her to take down a Glades warlord who terrorizes Sebastian Blood’s efforts to save the city, so what does the fifth 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 DC-heavy episode 5, “League of Assassins!”
We broke the news that 'Arrow' season 2 had tapped 'Percy Jackson' and 'Dawson's Creek' star Dylan Neal to play the villainous Dr. Anthony Ivo in a pivotal new arc for the DC drama, but how would you like to see the comic character in action? Watch Anthony Ivo make his 'Arrow' debut in the first clip from this week's DC showstopper "League of Assassins"!
Last night's all-new 'Arrow' installment "Crucible" may have dialed back the DC references from the previous week's "Broken Dolls," but next week's "League of Assassins" has comic book goodness written all over it. Oliver and the Canary (Caity Loitz) will take in the titular League as led by Al-Owal ('Homeland''s Navid Negahban), and we've got the first photos to prove it!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its fourth episode of the year with “Crucible,” as Oliver Queen learns the shocking identity of the mysterious Canary, ultimately teaming with her to take down a Glades warlord who terrorizes Sebastian Blood's efforts to save the city.
Last week’s ‘Arrow’ episode “Broken Dolls” saw Oliver partner with Officer Lance to find a doll-making serial killer, while Moira’s trial took a shocking turn, and Roy pursued Sin (‘The Killing”s Bex Taylor-Klaus) to find the mysterious Black Canary , revealing ties to some major DC players along the way, so what does the fourth 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 DC-heavy episode 4, “Crucible!”
Tonight's all-new 'Arrow' installment, "Crucible," will see Oliver Queen going up against some brand-new DC foes, but we've been curious as to what will bring back Seth Gabel's crazy Count Vertigo, given the condition we last saw him in. The first press descriptions for Vertigo's return in "State V. Queen" have emerged, so who's under the influence of the deadly druglord this time around?
Where last week's 'Arrow' season 2 installment, "Broken Dolls," dropped a brick-ton of DC references and characters, this week's all-new "Crucible" will reach some equally valuable DC milestones as Oliver teams up with "The Canary" (Caity Loitz) for the first time. The first sneak peek from the landmark episode has arrived, but will Oliver be able to take down Sebastian Blood without the aid of his mask?
This week’s all-new ‘Arrow’ installment mashed together a plethora of major DC names in both minor appearances and name-drops, some more unexpected than others, as we learned that a previously off-limits ‘Batman’ figure would figure prominently into the ‘Arrow’ mythology. Compounding ‘Arrow’’s already DC-heavy roster of characters, the reveal got us thinking about Marvel’s own TV continuity tie-in ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,’ and begging the ultimate question: Which is making better use of its source material?
This past week's all-new 'Arrow' installment "Broken Dolls" made for some major DC name drops along with its introduction to Black Canary, but we haven't seen anything of the character yet. Next week's "Crucible" will finally see Oliver Queen teaming up with the mysterious blonde vigilante, and we've got the first photos of the explosive hour to prove it!