Colton Haynes hasn’t been seen in the Arrow-verse for some time, and Roy Harper’s costumed alter-ego won’t be the only familiar figure suiting up for this week’s “Unchained.” See Arsenal return, while Felicity faces a new foe in the first photos from this week’s outing!
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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.
‘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!
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.
The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow will take their first official flight with tonight’s premiere, just a scant trip or two to 1975, but the DC drama will get much weirder with its comic canon in upcoming episodes. To wit, we now know for sure an upcoming will introduce Green Arrow legacy character Connor Hawke, and very likely the episode to do it.
It took a village to raise Legends of Tomorrow out of Arrow and The Flash, but after taking off in its January 21 premiere, don’t expect our DC Guardians to return anytime soon. Producers confirm that neither Arrow nor Flash will crossover with the Legends again this season, as well the likelihood of an expanded second season.
DC may be busy trying to get its Legends of Tomorrow off the ground, but the unencumbered Flash and Arrow will start 2016 with an equally big bang. As such, the first photos from Flash‘s “Potential Energy” and Arrow’s “Blood Debts” premieres have arrived, returning Anarky to the fold as Barry dresses up/down with a full tuxedo.
Whether or not you bought the series killing its most beloved character, Arrow deliberately left fans in a tizzy with its 2015 cliffhanger “Dark Waters,” seemingly placing Felicity Smoak in mortal peril. Plenty of rumors and set photos have kept speculation alive in recent weeks, but producers assure that Felicity still won’t become the Arrow incarnation of “Oracle,” wheelchair-enabled alter-ego of Batman character Barbara Gordon.
The CW has a history of pushing series past the point of its leads’ willingness to stay, but could Arrow be Arrow without Stephen Amell? Likely not, but don’t worry - the actor has debunked a ridiculous rumor with details of his own contract, while new set photos might reveal a critical plot point for the upcoming 2016 return.
Whether or not you bought its 2015 cliffhanger the first time around, dat Arrow isn’t pulling Felicity out of the woods just yet. A new promo for the 2016 premiere sees Oliver on the warpath to avenge her against Damien Darhk, while Anarky also returns to liven up the party.