Both Arrow and The Flash have suffered a bit under the weight of Legends of Tomorrow, but if The CW pulls off its mega teamup crossover, it might be worth it. See Team Arrow join Team Flash and Team … Legends (?) in our first cryptic photo of the upcoming crossover!
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Anyone boarding DC’s TV train over the last few months may have been drawn by the superhero syndicate’s streaming options, whether Arrow, The Flash or Gotham’s Netflix presence or beyond. That said, the comic company may opt for some major alterations to its availability, leaving some viewers waiting a year or more for the latest seasons.
We’ve seen Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken take on DC superheroes a multiverse of times, including three separate specials, but The CW has finally earned itself a place as well. A new clip from Sunday’s outing sees both Arrow and The Flash going stop-motion for Robot Chicken, as well as a host of other sexy CW series.
DC and Warner Bros. aren’t really following the Marvel model when it comes to their superhero cinematic universe. Instead of establishing each hero with separate solo films leading up to the first Justice League movie, WB is introducing some characters in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, while others will make their debut in Justice League. But will WB go back and explore the origins of these superheroes after they’ve been introduced in other films?
Five episodes in, and The Flash Season 2 hasn't given us the clearest view of its new big bad Zoom, even if he did grant us one seriously King Shark. That all changes with next Tuesday's "Enter Zoom," the first photos of which reveal our most detailed look at the demon speedster's costume, as well as the man underneath.
Season 1 of The Flash exceeded all our expectations from a visual standpoint, particularly in the introduction of classic DC villain Gorilla Grodd, a fun tease that unexpectedly grew into a live-action feast for the eyes. Well, Season 2 may have outdone its predecessor, delivering on a King Shark tease that ranks among the most insane and impressive effects ever brought to life on TV.
Both Arrow Season 4 and The Flash Season 2 have devoted plenty of time to setting up 2016 spinoff Legends of Tomorrow already, and the 2015 crossover will directly delve into the new series’ many heroes and villains. During a recent set visit, Stephen Amell himself teased the format and setup of the two Arrow and Flash crossover episodes, calling the event “the pinnacle achievement for both shows.”
The moment The Flash cast Danielle Panabaker in the role of Caitlin Snow, DC comics fans knew the characters’ villainous comic alter-ego Killer Frost lay somewhere ahead. We got a taste of how it might look in the first season finale, but could there be more Frost in our future? Take a look at the full-costumed look while we wait!
We don’t yet have the clearest picture as to how Arrow and Flash spinoff Legends of Tomorrow will interact with its predecessors on a regular basis, given all the time-travel involved, but all three series already have at least one unifying character. Current Arrow baddie Damien Darhk will crop up on both Legends and The Flash, with a timey-wimey twist, per Neal McDonough.
The Flash may not have been fast enough for his own panel at New York Comic-Con 2015, but the Scarlet Speedster brought plenty to the Legends in attendance. Get your best look yet at Zoom, new villains, heroes and more from The Flash‘s new Season 2 sizzle reel!