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'Arrow' Season 4, Episode 22: 'Lost in the Flood'
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, “Lost in the Flood,” goes to great lengths to make sure you understand that the writers are very smart and making Biblical references to Noah’s ark. Also, Felicity gets wrapped up in a less-than-welcome family reunion. The episode was directed by Glen Winter, from a script by Oscar Balderrama, Brian Ford Sullivan and George Papp.
'Arrow' Post-Show Analysis: Season 4, Episode 10: 'Blood Debts'
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, “Blood Debts,” finds Team Arrow, particularly Ollie, seeking righteous revenge on Damien Darhk, who has all but disappeared after an attack that left a major character fighting for her life. Of course, they get a little sidetracked, because there’s still like 13 more episodes this season. Jesse Warn directed the episode from a script by Oscar Balderrama and Sarah Tarkoff.
'Arrow' Post-Show Analysis: 'The Candidate'
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. Things turn political in this season’s second episode, “The Candidate.” A sincere, driven woman and Queen family friend (guest star Jeri Ryan) steps up to the plate to run for mayor, an office fraught with peril. Guess what happens? You got it: peril. Also firings and debates about supervillain ethics. John Behring directed the episode, and it was written by Marc Guggenheim and Keto Shimizu.
New 'Batman: Arkham Origins' Screenshots Include A Few Mystery Characters
We've already gotten a look at one previously unnamed character appearing in Batman: Arkham Origins this week, but some new screenshots from the WB Games Montreal title show Firefly isn't the only surprise in store. One of the shots depicts Batman getting ready to pummel some rabbit-masked thugs point pretty clearly to The Mad Hatter, who we actually saw in a previous image. Other images include A
Beware The 'Beware The Batman' Villains
Beware the Batman debuted last weekend, and with it we got our first look at an entirely new version of Batman's rogues gallery. Rather than sticking with tried-and-true big name villains like the Joker, the Riddler or even the KGBeast, the producers of Beware have decided to go for deeper cuts, using villains that have never been used on a cartoon before...
New ‘Beware the Batman’ Game ‘Gotham Streets’ Adds Batman To ‘Spy Hunter’
Fans hoping to catch a glimpse of what's in store for the Caped Crusader in Cartoon Network's new Beware the Batman series by playing the new Web game available on CartoonNetwork.com, Gotham Streets, are probably going to be a little disappointed. Aside from some brief footage of the Batmobile and a few pictures of Professor Pyg, Mister Toad and Anarky, there ain't much. But at least it's a pretty
Anarky, Black Mask And Adam West Show Up In ‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ And ‘Blackgate’ Screens And Video
If you're not a super mega-nerd, you may not be aware that E3 is going on right now, but I can assure you that the rest of us are riveted by the news about this year's upcoming video games. There are a lot of announcements coming out, from new consoles to new Pokémon, but for us, some of the most interesting stuff has to do with the upcoming Batman games, Batman: Arkham Origins and Batman City Origins: Blackgate.