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With the offer for Ollie to succeed Ra's al Ghul on the table, the world of "Arrow" just got even more complicated.
He’s been Malcolm Merlyn and Captain Jack Harkness, and John Barrowman’s next move may be bringing "The 49th Key" to TV.
"Arrow" returns in two weeks to The CW, and here's an early look at "The Offer," which features the debut of DC Comics villain Murmur.
Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, Katrina Law and John Barrowman discuss the gamechanging events of the last new "Arrow" episode for three weeks.
Mackie is up for anything Marvel wants to put him in; the first stills from "The Fearsome Dr. Crane" have appeared and more.
In an interview with CBR, "Doctor Who" alum John Barrowman expressed his desire to write a comic starring his "Arrow" character.
John Barrowman explains why Oliver Queen's death is a win/win for his "Arrow" character, and his eagerness to participate in a "Flash" crossover.
The "Age of Ultron" director discusses getting a different perspective on the super team; "Flash" production designer on the big League shout out & more.
As the hunt for Malcolm Merlyn begins, a fairly uneventful episode of "Arrow" leads to a game-changing introduction.
"Arrow's" first major villain has returned with a vengeance, and John Barrowman tells us he was always ready to take aim on Starling City again.
Captain Marvel and Black Panther head up a diverse group of movies; Hayley Atwell returns in first "Carter" footage and more.
John Barrowman, David Ramsey & Marc Guggenheim journeyed to the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con to discuss "Arrow" as it heads to its third season.
"Arrow" continues to expand the DC TV world with characters like Ray Palmer and Ra's Al Ghul joining the hit drama while testing its namesake hero and his allies.
No subject was off-limits at during the Comic-Con International spotlight on the veteran "Arrow," "Doctor Who" and "Torchwood."
Malcolm Merlyn looks to be making a full-time return to Starling City this fall, with John Barrowman now a series regular on the CW series.
"Arrow's" John Barrowman weighs in on Malcolm Merlyn's return, his relationship with Thea and returning to the role of "Torchwood's" Captain Jack.
While fans waiting for more "Torchwood" might be waiting a bit longer, Eve Myles' spotlight panel at C2E2 delighted the show's viewers more than a few behind the scenes stories—many of them quite dirty.
The "Arrow" actor explores his connection to the sci-fi community ahead of an appearance at LA's The Hollywood Show.
As the first season of "Arrow" comes to an earth-shaking end, Malcolm Merlyn's scheme is exposed, Oliver and Laurel finally demonstrate why they belong together and one of the characters makes the ultimate sacrifice.
In "Darkness on the Edge of Town," the penultimate episode of "Arrow's" first season, Oliver finally learns what the Undertaking is, Fyers reveals what he's up to, and Malcolm Merlyn ties up loose ends.
The CW's take on DC Comics Green Arrow is in the home stretch, and Marc Guggenheim explains why "Arrow" is set for an explosive confrontation with Merlyn, a rocky love triangle for Oliver Queen and island revelations.
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.
"Arrow" returns from midseason hiatus with "Burned," which finds Oliver still physically and psychologically wounded from his defeat by the Dark Archer and facing Starling City's fiery new threat.
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.
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.
"Torchwood" star John Barrowman entertained an appreciative audience at Fan Expo Canada with a raucous discussion of Captain Jack Harkness, his mysterious role on "Arrow" and being an openly gay actor.
Torchwood star John Barrowman has joined the cast of The CW's "Arrow," playing a mysterious and wealthy character with ties to Oliver Queen. The series, based on DC Comics' Green Arrow, debuts October 10.
Mark Waid's interview with John Barrowman concludes with the actor going deep into his life as "Torchwood's" Captain Jack, looking at his sexual orientation in "The Making of Me," co-writing with his sister and much more.
In part two of Mark Waid's interview of "Torchwood" star John Barrowman, the two reminisce over childhood memories and the popular actor relates the undeniably unusual story of how he and his partner met (around) 18 years ago.
In the first of a three-part series on CBR TV, comic writer Mark Waid interviews "Torchwood" star John Barrowman with the two discussing not their shared geek interest, namely action figures, and Stan Lee.
"Torchwood" actor, and author, John Barrowman thrilled an appreciative crowd at the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo with innuendo, a show tune and details about Doctor Who and his writing projects.
"Torchwood's" Capt. Jack Harkness, John Barrowman, spoke with CBR TV about his Comic-Con love, the evolving tone and cast of his popular show and more.
"Torchwood" veteran John Barrowman and newcomer Mekhi Phifer discuss bringing the series to America, the complex history of Captain Jack Harkness and fans' concerns about toning down content.
At Comic-Con's "Torchwood: Miracle Day" panel, the stars and writer Jane Espenson talked about the move to Starz, the tone of the new season, and John Barrowman's on-set practical jokes.
Carole Barrowman spoke with us about the story she co-wrote with her brother, John, for the "Torchwood" comic, the novel they'll be working on next and what she hopes to see from "Torchwood" on Starz.
John Barrowman has teamed with artist Tommy Lee Edwards to create an exclusive story debuting in the first issue of Titan Publishing's new "Torchwood" comic based on the hit BBC America sci-fi series.
Cast members John Barrowman, Gareth David-Lloyd and Naoko Mori joined executive producer Julie Gardner at the “Torchwood” panel at Comic-Con to talk about the upcoming third season of BBC’s most popular series ever.