‘Arrow’ season 3 lets loose its 13th installment of the year with “Canaries,” as Count Vertigo (Peter Stormare)'s breakout complicates Laurel's efforts as Black Canary, while Oliver bristles against the team's new structure, and ponders whether or not to tell Thea the truth.
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It’s somewhat ironic that an episode featuring this much Firestorm would leave me a little cold. But that’s where I am tonight with ‘The Flash,’ which did enough to keep things moving along even if its actual content was all over the map both narratively and tonally. There were about three or four solid episodes in “The Nuclear Man,” all fighting for the same space. But whereas the battleground over Ronnie Raymond’s body yielded a literal explosion, this episode yielded few fireworks.
Last night saw ‘The Walking Dead’ losing yet another of its own, but death is never the end for its stars. To wit, ‘The Flash’ will feature everyone’s favorite post-apocalyptic songbird Emily Kinney as an upcoming villain, one which may have ties to talk of that ‘Atom’ spinoff…
Team ‘Arrow’ has officially reunited to quell the “Uprising,” and Starling City couldn't be better off by the additional protectors forged in Brick’s reign of Glades terror. Psych! Laurel will have to square off with her own undead sister first, a battle of “Canaries,” while the secret identities of Starling’s superheroes may not stay secret for long.
'The Flash' will bring Firestorm to the forefront with next week's "The Nuclear Man," but things may not stay so linear for Barry Allen, as the DC drama delves into its most sci-fi stretch yet. Preview "The Nuclear Man"'s arrival with the full set of photos from this Tuesday's hour, and find out what 'Groundhog Day'-meets-'Back to the Future' shenanigans lie in store for 'The Flash!'
‘Arrow’ season 3 lets loose its 12th installment of the year with “Uprising,” as Malcolm Merlyn partners with the remaining team for a final assault on Brick (Vinnie Jones), and Oliver makes his grand return to Starling City.
Bouncing back nicely after last week’s subpar episode, tonight’s episode of ‘The Flash’ didn’t rewrite the rules of television but provided an entertaining hour all the same. “Crazy For You” is the type of episode this show does well when not focused exclusively on the show’s über-mythology: It provided a villain-of-the-week that tied into the emotional states of the characters, deployed some inventive action sequences, and then made you cry a little at the show’s latest open-hearted expression of love between two people. Not that I cried, or anything. GORILLA GRODD 4 LYFE, RIGHT?
Starling City remains in shambles after the ‘Arrow’’s fateful duel with Ra’s al Ghul, with an “Uprising” on the way, but the emerald archer will have some huge (or tiny) competition for Starling’s protector with the arrival of Brandon Routh’s “The Atom.” Put your peepers through the microscope for a first look at the new costume, soon to hit the streets of The CW!
The CW’s ‘Arrow’ may be up and running after a duel with Ra’s al Ghul, but Starling City is still in need of an “Uprising” to escape the clutches of is latest maniacal DC villain. Watch Arsenal and Black Canary lead the charge (with some familiar faces) in the full photo set from next week’s epic conclusion, and get early intel on what brings Slade Wilson back into the fold with the latest ‘Arrow’ updates!
‘The Flash’ admittedly stumbled through this past week’s “Sound and the Fury,” but the Scarlet Speedster’s trademark heart and humor looks to be on track by next week’s “Crazy For You.” Check out the newest metahuman baddies and find out who’s looking for love in new photos from the hour, plus…what original ‘Flash’ series cast member will pop up in Central City next?