Just yesterday, The CW surprised us with a first full trailer for Legends of Tomorrow, but we’ll need Arrow and The Flash to get us there first by next week’s crossover. To wit, The CW has released a massive gallery of photos hyping the big teamup, both from Tuesday’s “Legends of Today” to Wednesday’s “Legends of Yesterday.” Yes, that seems strangely backward.
Here we were, counting down to the first real Legends of Tomorrow teases by the upcoming Arrow and Flash crossover, when The CW does two better. Not only do we know for sure when Legends will premiere in January 2016, but the latest DC heroes kick asses all over time and space with our first full trailer!
The Flash Season 2 offered one its biggest surprises in the glorious arrival of DC supervillain King Shark, though the extensive CG made it unlikely we’d see much more than a brief cameo. Now, Arrow star David Ramsey confirms an upcoming crossover will at least partly concern King Shark, Suicide Squad origins and all.
Most Arrow news of late has kept one foot in its upcoming Flash crossover with the Legends of Tomorrow, but 2016 will bring some fan-flipping-tastic news for Roy Harper fans. Colton Haynes has confirmed his return for Season 4, but what brings Roy back to Star City this time?
The CW’s upcoming Arrow and Flash spinoff Legends of Tomorrow will garner its greatest setup yet by the coming December crossover of its two parent series, but when will the time-traveling DC teamup officially premiere? According to top Warner brass, the Legends may officially take a Thursday timeslot in January.
It’s time for another installment of Pointed Commentary, the feature where grizzled Arrow watcher Matt D. Wilson and newcomer Chris Haley dig into the details of Team Arrow cleaning up the filthy, crime-ridden streets of Star City.
This week’s episode, 'Brotherhood', focuses on yet another character we thought was dead being less dead than we thought; Oliver’s fight for hope and a political platform beyond the word “United”; Ray’s battle with back-from-the-dead ennui; and any excuse to let Neal McDonough chew the scenery in every scene he appears in. James Bamford directed the episode, which was written by Keto Shimizu and our returning name champion, Speed Weed.
‘Arrow’ kept a focus on “Brotherhood” amid some truly insane stuntwork from director James Bamford, but was tonight’s big surprise spoiled, or part of the best Season 4 outing yet? Find out in our full review!
As with so much of The Flash and Arrow’s current seasons, last night’s “Gorilla Warfare” didn’t waste much time setting up 2016 spinoff Legends of Tomorrow, including our first look at Ciara Renee’s Hawkgirl in flight. That said, promos from the hour revealed so much more, including a first taste of the epic three-way Arrow crossover starting with December Flash outing “Legends of Today.”
It’s past time for another installment of Pointed Commentary, the feature where grizzled Arrow watcher Matt D. Wilson and newcomer Chris Haley dig into the details of Team Arrow cleaning up the filthy, crime-ridden streets of Star City.
The latestepisode, 'Lost Souls', focuses on what happened to a character everyone assumed was dead, but in something of a theme this season, turns out to be alive all along. Plus: Sara’s still working through some stuff, a relationship hangs in the balance and the best guest star on the show, Felicity’s mom, comes back to town! Antonio Negret directed the episode, which was written by Emilio Ortega Aldrich and Beth Scwhartz.
There’s no denying that Arrow Season 4 and The Flash Season 2 have spent plenty of time laying groundwork for 2016's Legends of Tomorrow, and all that effort may finally pay off by the upcoming December crossover. Meet Vandal Savage, as The CW unleashes its full synopses for both hours of either series, including The Flash’s “Legends of Today” and Arrow’s “Legends of Yesterday”!