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DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the latest digital-first issue of Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg's "Arrow" #20, the companion series for the hit CW drama.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of DC's digital-first "Arrow" #19 written by Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, Lana Cho & Ben Sokolowski with art by Allan Jefferson. The issue hits Feb. 13.
DC Comics has released concept, promo and interior art for "Justice League of America's Vibe," the February-launching ongoing series from Andrew Kreisberg and Pete Woods.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the digital-first "Arrow" Ch. 16, "Sins of the Father." Legendary "Green Arrow" artist Mike Grell returns to the character 1/23.
Tonight, The CW's DC Comics-inspired "Arrow" returns, and executive producer Andrew Kreisberg explains how an appearance by the villain Firefly ignites a major story involving John Barrowman's Merlyn the Dark Archer.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Arrow" #15. The next issue of the digital-first title based on the hit CW television series hits January 16.
"Arrow" executive producer Andrew Kreisberg talks about reimagining Cisco Ramone into a three-dimensional (and inter-dimensional) superhero in "Justice League of America's Vibe."
In maybe the biggest gimmick of an era of numbers-increasing covers, DC Comics announced 52 variants for Geoff Johns and David Finch's "Justice League of America" #1 as well as two solo series for Vibe and Katana.
After only two episodes, The CW has given a full-season order to "Arrow," its hit superhero drama based on DC Comics’ Green Arrow starring Stephen Amell and Katie Cassidy.
Showrunners Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg, leading man Stephen Amell and CCO Geoff Johns discuss the debut season of "Arrow," the direction of the series and which DC characters fans can expect to drop by Starling City.
DC Entertainment's Chief Creative Officer will return to the small screen to write an episode of The CW's upcoming superhero drama, featuring the Huntress.
The latest DC superhero to hit The CW takes his story to comics as Executive Producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg pen an "Arrow" digital comic tying into the weekly show. CBR has exclusive first word on the project.
The cast and crew of the CW's "Arrow" came to Comic-Con International to discuss the upcoming Green Arrow TV adaptation's, a hero without superpowers, and expanding the universe beyond TV.
The CW premiered the pilot for "Arrow" Friday at Comic-Con, and the cast and crew spoke about making a show about DC Comics' Green Arrow and what they have in store for the first season.
The CW and TV Guide will give away a 10-page comic based on "Arrow" to CCI attendees, introducing viewers to the network's take on DC Comics' Green Arrow character.
The CW has given a series order to "Arrow," the superhero drama created by Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg based on DC Comics' Green Arrow.
A just-released casting breakdown for "Arrow," The CW’s newly greenlit Green Arrow pilot, includes names and origin details DC Comics readers will recognize, including Oliver Queen, Dinah Lance and more.
The CW has ordered a pilot for "Arrow," a retelling of DC Comics' Green Arrow from "Green Lantern" screenwriters Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim and "Fringe" alum Andrew Kreisberg.
With "Smallville" no longer on the air, The CW has set its sights on another DC Comics property with "Arrow," a superhero drama loosely based on Green Arrow.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, writer Andrew Kreisberg and artists Mike Norton & Joe Rubinstein introduce Cupid, a new villain to the rogues’ gallery of “Green Arrow/Black Canary.” CBR spoke with Kreisberg.
Andrew Kreisberg simply got too busy to write “World of New Krypton,” but nothing will stop the TV and comic book scribe from reading the maxi-series that interlocks with all the Super-books.
In this exclusive first interview about “World of New Krypton,” writer Andrew Kreisberg gives CBR the guided tour of his upcoming 12-part Superman miniseries and reveals he’s joined FOX’s smash genre hit “Fringe.”