Bob Iger discusses Carrie Fisher’s role in The Last Jedi. Lucifer’s showrunner explains why the current season is moving five episodes. Chris Evans talks about his future as Captain America. Plus, a set video of Vision in action for Infinity War, a look at the returning cast of Twin Peaks, and a teasing image for …
Warren Ellis’ time with 007 at Dynamite Comics has come to an end, but the life of Britain’s premiere special agent goes on. Green Arrow’s Benjamin Percy is sending Bond off on new missions to new locales, and we caught up with him to see whats in store for MI6's finest.
Green Arrow has been a steady series for DC since the New 52 launched in 2011—as of last year, issues of the series were averaging between 30 and 20,000 copies a month. But the promise of DC Rebirth’s changes for Oliver Queen have apparently been met with surprising, rousing success.
This season of Arrow began at a grave. It was a flashforward, but it was clear Oliver was mourning the loss of one of the major characters on the show. Well, the show finally caught up, and a major character died in last night’s episode of Arrow—this time (supposedly) for good. Spoilers!
Today at WonderCon, DC comics unveiled the creative team rebooting their entire universe in their Rebirth overhaul.
Last night was a pretty action-packed episode of Arrow. Felicity rejoined the team after her horrific accident; she finally got her own superhero name; a major character died; and more. But all I can think about is how “AWOL” finally convinced me that Oliver and Felicity’s relationship works.
Courtesy of the first still of this year’s much-anticipated (by me!) Arrow/Flash crossover, we have our first look at the Hawkpeople of the DC-CW-TV universe, in their Hawk-duds. It’s certainly an improvement over what Smallville presented, but suffice to say I don’t think the Hawk-helmet has been mastered in…
In the DC comics, Connor Hawke is the son of Oliver Queen and the successor to the mantle (and bow) of Green Arrow. Now Connor Hawke will be making his debut in DC’s TV-verse thanks to the upcoming series Legends of Tomorrow, but it doesn’t sound as though Ollie’s going to be his daddy.
Arrow is coming back this week. Season three was polarizing to many fans, with its endless plot twists and its epic craziness—but we love plot twists and epic craziness. They’re the very essence of comics! And in that spirit, here are ten totally awesome Green Arrow comics plots that Arrow should tackle.
If you’re a fan of classic DC comics, then it’s probably the artwork of the ‘80s that is burned into your memory—more specifically it might be the art featured in the rare, never-released-for-sale 1982 style guide. While bits and pieces have made their way online in the past, we’ve never had a chance to see the…
John Constantine lives! He just doesn’t have his own TV series any more. But there’s some good news as Arrow has just announced that actor Matt Ryan will reprise his role as DC’s most dickish wizard for an upcoming episode of the show’s fourth season.
Greetings, my friends! In today’s “Postal Apocalypse” we discuss whether zombies need to eat, a fascinating Star Wars theory about Obi-Wan the prequels ruined, and why the Thing’s lack of underpants is emblematic of the new Fantastic Four movie. I mean, look at that picture and just try not to stare at his crotch. You…
So last time, we examined the crossovers in the Golden Age between National Comics and All-American Comics before they were merged to create, essentially, DC Comics. (They wouldn’t officially call themselves “DC Comics” until 1977. Before that, they would brand their comics as “A Superman DC Production” or simply “A…
DC may be in the middle of its big crossover event Convergence right now, but in a few months everything will change as the company reshuffles its publishing line. Want a sneak peek? DC have released 10 standalone free comics teasing the new Batman, a new outfit for Starfire, and much more.
We’ve noticed the Flash/Arrow universe contains a remarkable number of characters portrayed by professionally trained singers.
It's redesign-apalooza over at DC comics ahead of their soft reboot this summer. We've been treated to Wonder Woman's badass new look and the Iron Batman already, but here's our first look at the all-new threads of The Flash and Green Arrow. Let's get this out of the way: Only one of these guys got off lightly.
Guys. GUYS. I don't know how this is possible, but Arrow has revealed the high-tech A.T.O.M. armor that Brandon Routh will be wearing as Ray Palmer in future episodes, and... well, I don't know how to say this, but... it's kind of completely awesome.
The first episode of the two-part Flash Vs. Arrow event airs tonight on the CW, so I'm going to guess there probably won't be any other clips from the TV special. But given this great clip features Arrow and the Flash teaming up before they battle each other, I'm totally okay with that.
Sarah Lance has fallen, but her sister Laurel has taken up her mantle and plans to protect Starling City as the new Black Canary on Arrow. As seen in this first official pic, Laurel certainly looks the part, but is she ready? (Answer: Almost certainly not. But hey, presentation is still half the battle, right?)
We all know that this week's episode of Arrow is titled "The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak," and will reveal... well... the secret origin of Felicity Smoak. Turns out the computer whiz used to be a goth girl, but wait until you see her. I'll say this: She looks Endlessly awesome.