Wednesday's all-new 'Arrow' episode "Trust But Verify" will see Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) taking a break from fighting DC villains of the costumed variety, as Oliver investigates Diggle's former superior officer Ted Gaynor (Ben Browder), but 'Arrow' is far from finished playing in the DC sandbox. We've learned that after appearing in the show's third episode "Lone Gunmen," DC comic supervillain Deadshot (Michael Rowe) will soon return to menace Starling City! Find out about Deadshot's 'Arrow' return this season inside!
If 'Arrow' made its mission to to gather all the geek cred in the 'verse with an array of recognizable sci-fi guest stars, it's certainly on target. The CW's comic-book adapted series has picked up its latest acquisition in 'ER' vet and 'Doctor Who' fan favorite Alex Kingston, set to play the oft-discussed Dinah Lance. Not the DC superhero Black Canary mind you, a role to one-day be taken up by Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy), but rather her estranged mother! Find out what brings Alex Kingston to 'Arrow' in the near future inside!
Okay, so 'Arrow's 2013 premiere episode "Burned" didn't stoke the fires as much as we'd hoped, but The CW's vigilante series still has some serious geek credit to burn in the coming weeks, introducing a wealth of DC characters into the freshman archer drama. Most buzzworth is that of 'Fringe' star Seth Gabel's turn as DC villain "The Count" in January 30 episode "Vertigo," so what can we expect based on The CW's new batch of photos? Has Oliver Queen found his footing for his greatest challenge yet?
‘Arrow’ lets loose another episode with its tenth outing of the series, mid-season premiere “Burned,” as Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) finds himself shaken after his confrontation with the Dark Archer, and hesitant to take up the mantle when Laurel begins investigating the mysterious deaths of several firefighters, while Thea attempts to console her mother over Walter's disappearance.
Last month’s ‘Arrow’ episode “Year's End” saw Oliver confronted by a Dark Archer taking deadly measures to get his attention, while the Queens held a Christmas party and Moira tried to push Walter off his investigation. So, what does the tenth episode of ‘Arrow’ bring? Does it hit the same bulls-eye as the first nine episodes?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’s mid-season premiere, “Burned!”
In case you haven't already heard, The CW's 'Arrow' returns tonight with 2013 premiere episode "Burned," the first in a series of episodes over the coming months that introduce a number of DC characters into the mix. One particular addition we haven't heard much about is the introduction of 'Teen Wolf' star Colton Haynes as famed DC hero Roy Harper, alter-ego of a number of identities throughout the comics, so what does 'Arrow' executive producer Marc Guggenheim have to say about the red in 'Arrow's future?
Among the many challenges facing 'Arrow's Oliver Queen in his 2013 return, including the villainous Firefly and a return to the mysterious island, perhaps none have us so excited to see in action as 'Fringe' star Seth Gabel's turns as DC Comics villain Count Vertigo! Dubbed "The Count" for 'Arrow's more real-world incarnation, Gabel's Vertigo will appear in the January 30 episode of the same name, so how would you like a first look? Check out 'Arrow's version of "Vertigo" inside!
As much as we've enjoyed the action in Starling City, and look forward to 'Arrow's January 16 return episode "Burned," there's no denying that the last few episodes have veered away from showcasing Olvier Queen (Stephen Amell)'s time on the mysterious island that forged him into the living weapon we've come to know. That all changes with January 23 episode "Trust But Verify," which will introduce yet another DC character in Ted Gaynor (Ben Browder) while Oliver remembers a key event from his island past. Get a first look at 'Arrow's "Trust But Verify" in new photos inside!
Last year during 'Arrow's inagural run, DC comics fans were treated to one of the more comic-friendly characters yet as The CW's Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) teamed up with his first fellow vigilante hero The Huntress, aka Helena Bertinelli (Jessica De Gouw). Now, as 'Arrow' heads into its 2013 premiere with this Wednesday's "Burned," kicking off a slew of new DC characters to hit Starling City, we've learned that The Huntress will make her mark once more! Find out when Helena Bertinelli returns to 'Arrow' inside!
Even though The CW's 'Arrow' has had plenty of time to recuperate, making its grand re-entrance with next week's "Burned," don't expect Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) to be ready for battle just yet. His fight with the Dark Archer in 'Arrow's mid-season finale "Year's End" may have left him physically intact, but the vigilante archer will have a much deeper problem when he comes to face the scorching villain Firefly next Wednesday. So what does the latest clip from 'Arrow's mid-season premiere "Burned" tell us? Find all the sizzling new details inside!
With the possible exception of 'The Walking Dead,' few 2013 returns have us excited as 'Arrow's January 16 premiere "Burned," in which Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) follows up his battle with the Dark Archer by taking on a disgraced and disfigured firefighter likened to DC comics villain "Firefly." The CW has given us our first real look at "Burned," including gruesome shots of Andrew Dunbar as the main villain! Get "Burned" by 'Arrow's return inside!