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.
Just like The Flash before him, Oliver Queen made a special appearance at New York Comic-Con 2015 in the form of a brand new Arrow Season 4 sizzle reel. There’s more of the deadly Damien Darhk, Echo Kellum’s Mr. Terrific, Legends teases, and best of all, a Canary-on-resurrected-Canary teamup!
It's fall, and we all know what that means: Arrow has returned and the gang's all here. That's right! Ollie, Speedy, Canary, Felicity, Johnny (Diggle), Captain Baldy, This City, they're all back. Everyone except Roy. Roy drove his car into the ocean or something. They return in "Green Arrow," an episode title that gives some indication of where things may end up. The episode is directed by Thor Freudenthal, with a story by Greg Berlanti and Beth Schwartz, and a teleplay by Marc Guggenheim and Wendy Mericle.
The premiere brings the on-screen debut of a brand new season-long baddie, sets up a big mystery, sets up a new-old flashback structure and, guess what, establishes that Ollie's still a jerk.
'Arrow's Season 4 premiere finally earned the moniker of "Green Arrow" in a confident debut, but what other 'Green' hero made an appearance? And what major mystery will take us into 'Legends'? Our full review!
Arrow Season 4 will arrive in just a few days’ time, and The CW has afforded no shortage of previews and teasers for the October 7 premiere. We also know that initial episodes will help set up 2016's Legends of Tomorrow by the return of Sara Lance, and the newest press release tells us when, and how it will happen.
We’re less than a week from the premiere of Arrow Season 4, in which Oliver finally adopts the mantle of the “Green Arrow,” but all is not well in Star City just yet. The latest producers’ preview highlights the new #TeamArrow in place, as well as the deadly “Ghosts” that Damien Darhk and his backers have unleashed.
Buildup toward the Arrow Season 4 trailer gave us plenty to chew on once The CW unveiled Oliver’s next quest for Star City, but even more footage joins the quiver with a week to go. Meet Echo Kellum’s Mr. Terrific, along with glimpses of Damien Darhk and Hawkman in a new full-length Arrow Season 4 preview!
Both Arrow and The Flash have kept busy readying for their fourth and second respective seasons, yet a first look of the next crossover may already have emerged. A new photo from Stephen Amell teases a game-changer for Oliver and Barry, and one that could prove deadly … or joyous!
We won’t see The Flash Season 2 or Arrow Season 4 until early October, but both Central and Star City have had plenty to highlight of their heroes’ return over the last weeks. Now, both Barry and Oliver have official premiere synopses for “The Man Who Saved Central City” and “Green Arrow,” so what super-drama can we expect this fall?
Fandom among TV superheroes has ups and downs across both Marvel and DC; the former sharing continuity, but never screentime with its cinematic brethren, while DC’s lot keep explicitly separate from the Batman v. Superman world, and its Justice League. Now, DC’s Diane Nelson opens up as to why Arrow or The Flash will never join the Man of Steel, lest they “hinder the ability” of creatives to tell good stories.