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Watch The Full Trailer For The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow

by Peter Paltridgeon November 24, 2015
The CW has released their first full trailer for the next series set in the DC television universe, Legends of Tomorrow. We’ve had teasers, we’ve had hints and winks in Arrow and The Flash, we’ve seen men of steel die and dark knights fall (what? It’s a joke you’ll get once you watch this), but […]

First Pic From The Flash/Arrow/Legends Of Tomorrow Crossover

by Peter Paltridgeon November 11, 2015
If you’ve been watching The Flash or Arrow lately you may have noticed something’s a bit…off. Like, for example, out of nowhere Laurel got the sudden burning urge to resurrect her dead sister despite the fact that she had made peace with losing her last season. The writers didn’t have a choice on that one […]

NYCC 2015: Arrow, Flash And Legends Of Tomorrow

NYCC 2015: Arrow, Flash And Legends Of Tomorrow

by Peter Paltridgeon October 11, 2015
The CW has been striking it rich in the ratings with its DC Comics-based shows: both Arrow and The Flash have been setting personal records for the network. Naturally they’ll be expanding the lineup further in 2016 with the midseason debut of Legends of Tomorrow, starring several characters who have appeared on both shows, primarily […]

It’s An Arrow/Flash-fest At Inaugural Heroes & Villains Fan Fest

by Alex Beanon July 30, 2015
The inaugural Heroes & Villains Fan Fest taking place this autumn in San Jose, California, is beginning to build their roster of heroes and villains, but so far the only confirmed heroes and villains are from the cast of CW television shows “Arrow” and “The Flash”. Confirmed guests include Stephen Amell, John Barrowman, Katie Cassidy […]

SDCC2015: The CW Presents A New Superhero Cartoon, "Vixen"

SDCC2015: The CW Presents A New Superhero Cartoon, “Vixen”

by Peter Paltridgeon July 12, 2015
It wasn’t that long ago that Warner Bros. killed its long-running slate of children’s action programs based on DC properties, but it feels like it’s been an eternity already. Because the toys didn’t sell or in some cases never got a merch deal, the remaining few shows were cancelled and then banished forever as tax […]

Harley Quinn Might’ve Appeared On Arrow, But Now That Can Never Be

by Peter Paltridgeon May 25, 2015
According to Willa Holland, who plays Oliver Queen’s sister Thea on the CW’s Arrow, the show originally had an entire storyline planned to revolve around Harley Quinn, but now with her usage as the central character of WB’s upcoming Suicide Squad movie, she is forbidden from appearing on TV for the next few years. “We […]


“Vixen” Animated Series Spinoff from “Arrow” and “Flash” Coming to CW Seed

by Ed Liuon January 12, 2015 is reporting that Marc Guggenheim is developing an animated series based on the DC Comics superhero Vixen, set to premiere on the digital-only network CW Seed this fall. The news was revealed during the Television Critics Association Winter 2015 press tour during the Arrow panel, which also revealed that the animated series will be […]

Arrow Adds Brick

by Alex Beanon October 20, 2014
The newest villain to be added to the CW’s comic book-themed drama series “Arrow” is Danny “Brick” Brickwell, to be played by former English professional soccer player, Vinnie Jones [“X-Men: The Last Stand”]. Jones’ Brick character is notorious for his seemingly impermeable skin – good for deflecting arrows – and will make life difficult for […]


Arrow – Sara – Season 3, Episode 2

by Alex Beanon October 20, 2014
Synopsis: This week’s episode of Arrow begins with Sara on a table – dead as a doornail – at the Arrow Lair and Team Arrow trying to figure out who killed her, how to get Felicity to stop blubbering every other scene and find a good anger outlet for Laurel. Details: The episode begins with […]

NYCC 2014: I Am the Brick in the Night – The “LEGO Batman 3” Panel Report

by Ed Liuon October 14, 2014
The main stage at New York Comic Con 2014 was host to the LEGO Batman 3 panel on Saturday morning, with assistant game director Stephen Sharples, game director Arthur Parsons, DC Comics’ Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, voice actor Troy Baker (who voices Batman in this game and the Joker in the Arkham Asylum series), […]