‘Arrow’ enters the final four with a nuclear endgame “Genesis,” but does a friend of Constantine’s hold the key to Oliver’s inner good guy? Does someone in the Diggle family tree get cut down to size? Find out in our full review!
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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will receive a major overhaul for Season 2 (it could probably use it), and ahead of that beloved mystery character joining the finale, we know of two other heroes joining for Season 2. Get ready to meet a charming superpowered scoundrel and a female World War II hero with two new additions to the cast!
Whether concerns over The Flash’s central Season 2 mystery prove justified, few would argue that the CW drama’s second run has consistently upped the ante for visual effects on television. Ahead of Zoom-ing into the final episodes of the season, visual effects supervisor Armen Kevorkian opens up on some of the design elements for Season 2's big bad, and how Barry’s look might end up evolving a bit in Season 3.
Seasons 3 and 4 of Arrow have conspicuously scuttled off any and all characters related to DC’s upcoming Suicide Squad, to the point several past figures have been referred to as “off the table.” Now, Season 4 might surprisingly return one of the series’ biggest antagonists, however briefly.
Arrow Season 4 certainly stepped up on villainy from the previous year with the addition of Neal McDonough’s Damien Darhk, but Season 5 will of course require a brand-new big bad to complete Oliver’s five-year saga. To wit, the first details of the new series regular villain have arrived, teasing a charming contemporary to Oliver with a tragic past and a propensity to snap a few necks.
The Flash Season 2 has plenty of questions left to answer as we head into the final May episodes, though Arrow fans in particular are eager for a look at Katie Cassidy back in action as the Earth-2 Black Canary, or the sinister “Black Siren.” Now, an “Invincible” synopsis and word from the cast teases some “morbid shock,” while Wally West may get his own speedy hero before long.
The Flash has never been one to shy away from mystery, teasing out complicated identities for both Season 1 and 2 big bads, but never so fervently as the mystery masked man trapped in Zoom’s lair. We’ll have to wait until the finale, while cast and crew claim the reveal as “beautiful,” mind-blowing and with “no way of making sense” all at once. Huh?
‘Arrow’ returns for a grave hour with the fallout of a mystery “Canary Cry,” but who’s under the new mask, and what does it mean for Season 4’s endgame? Are you well-stocked on tissues? Find out in our full review!
Legends of Tomorrow has begun winding down its first-season struggle against Vandal Savage, and it’s safe to say that not all of the Arrow-Flash spinoff has proven a rousing success. Headed into Season 2 however, Legends will borrow writers from both DC dramas, not only to facilitate crossover, but to completely reinvent the series from atom.
We’ve known for months that sometime-revered, sometime-reviled filmmaker Kevin Smith would helm an outing of The Flash Season 2, and only weeks away from its end, we now know what to expect from the erstwhile Silent Bob. Not only will “The Runaway Dinosaur” bring us a still-shaken Flash, but an older, thought-dead foe from the series’ early days.