The 'Arrow' incarnation of DC fan-favorites the "Suicide Squad" will hit the CW on Wednesday March 19 (possibly even with a special guest), and even though we've seen the lineup, this team of villains is best observed in action. Take a look at the "Suicide Squad" in the full complement of photos and sneak peeks from the next all-new 'Arrow'!
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The CW's breakout smash 'Arrow' won't return from its February hiatus until next week's "Time of Death," but its the forthcoming appearance DC favorites the "Suicide Squad" that really loom large. The first photos of Amanda Waller (Cynthia Addai-Robinson)'s iconic team have arrived from the upcoming episode, revealing some surprising faces among the ranks!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its twelfth episode of the year with “Tremors,” as Oliver's efforts to train the headstrong Roy are interrupted by the reemergence of Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai White), while Laurel spirals further out of control and Moira Queen finds herself in a surprising position with Walter.
Previous ‘Arrow’ episode “Blind Spot” saw Laurel tasking Oliver's alter-ego with looking into Sebastian Blood for her, while Roy used his super-strength to fight crime on his own, with disastrous results, so what does the twelfth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Will Oliver stick with his newfound partner?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2′s latest installment “Tremors”!
The CW's 'Arrow' may not be destined for the big screen 'Justice League' any time soon, but that hasn't stopped the acclaimed Green Arrow drama from making plenty of "Tremors" all its own. The next episode will finally team Roy Harper with his green-hooded vigilante mentor, while Michael Jai White's Bronze Tiger bares his claws once more, and we've got the first photos!
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!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its second episode of the year with “Identity,” as Oliver Queen faces both Bronze Tiger ('The Dark Knight''s Michael Jai White) and China White (Kelly Hu), while Sebastian Blood ('True Blood''s Kevin Alejandro) attempts to ruin his family's reputation, and Roy Harper finally makes contact with the vigilante.
Last week's ‘Arrow’ premiere “City of Heroes” saw Oliver returning to find Starling City plagued by copycat vigilantes and his company under the threat of hostile takeover from Isabel Rochev (Summer Glau), while Roy Harper discovered yet another masked hero taking up a vigilante crusade, so what does the second 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 episode 2, “Identity!”
Earlier today we caught wind of the fact that 'Arrow' villain Count Vertigo (Seth Gabel) will make his big return in season 2, but Oliver Queen may have much more pressing DC characters to deal with: Black Canary and Bronze Tiger! The mysterious blonde vigilante has finally remained still long enough for our first clear photo, while a new clip from tomorrow's "Identity" sees Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai White) doing his best Hugh Jackman.
The CW's 'Arrow' season 2 premiere may not have hit the mark in its ratings, but fans and critics were quick to cheer "City of Heroes" as on target. To that end, The CW has placed the entirety of the action-packed 'Arrow' season 2 premiere online, as well as the first photos of next week's installment "Identity," featuring 'The Dark Knight' star Michael Jai White as DC's Bronze Tiger!
The 'Arrow'-verse was certainly abuzz this past weekend with news that 'Glee' star Grant Gustin would soon suit up as The Flash, but the CW superhero series still has a number of season 2 villains standing between here and there. Case in point, The CW has offered up its first look at 'The Dark Knight' star Michael Jai White's DC villain, Bronze Tiger, while a new "Year One" special will get viewers up to speed on the coming season.