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Cast and crew from the CW's "Arrow" gathered at WonderCon 2013 to talk about the end of Season One, compare on-set injuries, hint at Justice League appearances and answer fan questions.
During the WonderCon panel for The CW's "Beauty and the Beast," star Kristin Kreuk and Executive Producer Kelly Souders teased what "Beasties" can expect from the rest of the season.
In "Salvation," Oliver Queen goes on the hunt of another vigilante, the Lance family gets caught up in the idea that Sara might still be alive, and Roy Harper is given a chance for redemption.
"Arrow" star Stephen Amell adds his voice and likeness to "Injustice: Gods Among Us" for the DC fighting game's version of Green Arrow for an unlockable alternative "Arrow" character.
"Teen Wolf" alum Colton Haynes, who debuted as Roy Harper in the Feb. 20 episode of "Arrow," has been made a series regular for the second season of The CW’s hit superhero drama.
Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg discuss the ins and outs on bringing characters from the DC Universe into the world or "Arrow," revealing their personal favorites they'd like to see make the cross-media journey.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Arrow" #24 by Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg & Emilio Aldrich with art by Omar Francia. Arrow faces a new threat March 13.
The cast and crew of the CW's "Arrow" appeared at PaleyFest to discuss the hit series, hint at the show's future sotrylines and trace its origins back to "Green Arrow: Year One" and "The Longbow Hunters."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Arrow" #22, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, Wendy Mericle & Ben Sokolowski's digital-first comic based on the CW's TV take on Green Arrow.
Writer Geoff Johns focuses on Tommy and Malcolm Merlyn as Moira Queen puts her plan into action, China White lures a familiar face out of retirement in Bludhaven and Laurel Lance comes face to face with her mother.
While DC heroine Wonder Woman has suffered fits and starts in film and TV, ROBOT 6 has unearthed a well-produced fan trailer directed by Stuntman Jesse V. Johnson that sees the Amazon fighting Nazis.
In tonight's all-new episode of The CW's "Arrow," writer Geoff Johns resurrects Deadshot and expands the Merlyn family drama in what he promises is an installment full of surprises.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Arrow" #21, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kriesberg and Mary Iacono's digital-first comic based on the hit CW television take on Green Arrow.
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.
"Supernatural" writers Adam Glass, Daniel Loflin, Andrew Dabb, Robbie Thompson and Jenny Klein discuss the current current season of the long-running drama, and what lies ahead for Sam and Dean Winchester.
On this week's episode, "The Odyssey," The Hood pays a visit to Moira Queen, someone else learns Oliver's big secret, and we finally discover why Yao Fei is playing nice with Fyers.
In advance of tonight's episode of "Arrow," executive producer Marc Guggenheim reveals the story behind the show's take on Deathstroke and mercenary Slade Wilson, sharing never before seen costume designs.
The CW has announced early renewals for its breakout drama "Arrow," based on the DC Comics character, and veteran series "The Vampire Diaries" and "Supernatural."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR has an exclusive preview of "Arrow" #18, a tie-in to The CW's television show. Detective Lance is forced to choose between Laurel and his career February 6.
In this week’s "Arrow" the maniacal Count and his designer drug Vertigo make their presence felt in Starling City, Thea Queen goes in front of a judge, and Oliver Queen learns his mother has dark secrets.
Multiple reports state The CW wasn't happy with the initial pilot script for "Amazon," but the Wonder Woman origin series still has a chance to end up on the fall 2013 schedule.
This week's "Arrow" was all about trust, as Oliver Queen and John Diggle go head to head over a name in the little black book, and Thea becomes suspicious about her mother's relationship with Malcom Merlyn.
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.
The CW President Mark Pedowitz reveals that Batman is still off-limits for live-action television, meaning he won’t be getting his own "Smallville"-like series or hanging out with Oliver Queen on "Arrow."
Mark Pedowitz took the stage at the Television Critics Association winter press tour to offer updates on a potential Wonder Woman show, a now-dead "Battle Royale" adaptation, a "Vampire Diaries" spinoff and more.
John Diggle confronts Oliver Queen about what he lost in his fight with the Dark Archer in a clip from the midseason premiere of "Arrow," airing January 16 on The CW.
Acknowledging mistakes in his rejected 2011 pilot, prolific producer David E. Kelley insists Wonder Woman can still work on television, saying The CW is "smart to try it" with the planned origin story "Amazon."
Firefly, played by "SGU Stargate Universe" alum Andrew Dunbar, is revealed is fire-loving glory in new images from "Arrow‘s" January 16 midseason premiere, “Burned.”
James Callis, who starred as Gaius Baltar on "Battlestar Galactica," will play the elusive international jewel thief The Dodger on the Feb. 20 episode of The CW’s "Arrow."
The CW has released a promo for the midseason return of "Arrow" that offers the first look at the breakout drama’s take on the classic DC Comics villain Firefly. The episode, titled “Burned,” airs Jan. 16.
In the midseason finale of "Arrow," Oliver attempts to reintroduce his family to Christmas, a Dark Archer begins killing businessmen on The Hood's list and Walter goes too far in his investigation of Robert Queen's death.
The actor behind "Torchwood's" Captain Jack Harkness gleefully turns villain for The CW's "Arrow," and he tells CBR how the ruthless Malcolm Merlyn leads to the debut of the dark archer in tonight's mid-season finale.
Continuing its embrace of DC Comics mythology, the CW's "Arrow" has cast "Teen Wolf" alum Colton Haynes in the role of Roy Harper, better known in the DCU as Speedy, Red Arrow and Arsenal.
The promo for "Arrow's" December 12 episode teases the arrival of a mysterious archer in Starling City. Plus, "Fringe" alum Seth Gabel reveals more on his Count Vertigo-inspired villain & the drug he brings with him.
In the conclusion of "Arrow's" two-part Huntress story arc, the Triad and the mob come to blows, Walter holds onto his suspicions about Moira's shady dealings, and Oliver and Helena grow closer -- only to fall apart.
The CW's Green Arrow-inspired drama "Arrow" has found its Slade Wilson, casting "Spartacus" actor Manu Bennett as the man under the mask of Deathstroke the Terminator.
The CW's planned Wonder Woman series is moving forward with the launch of a search for an actress in her early to mid-20s to play the iconic DC Comics superheroine in "Amazon." UPDATE: WW remains princess Diana!
On this week's episode of "Arrow," Moira has a brush with death, Oliver meets the future Huntress, China White makes another appearance, and viewers finally learn the identity of John Barrowman's Well-Dressed Man.