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New "Arrow" photos give a first look at Caity Lotz as Black Canary in full vigilante garb, debuting in the series' fourth episode.
Executive Producer and show runner Marc Guggenheim tells CBR how "Arrow's" growing cast of heroes will and won't change the show in Season 2 as the island gets darker, Oliver gets funnier and secret villains await.
"Arrow" supporting character John Diggle has made the leap from television to comic books, and CBR spoke with writer Jeff Lemire and actor David Ramsey about the big debut in this week's "Green Arrow" #24.
In anticipation of next week's season premiere, The CW shares new portraits of the cast of "Arrow," ranging from show mainstays Stephen Amell and Emily Bett Rickards to new series regulars Colton Haynes and Manu Bennett.
A new clip from "Arrow" season two sees Felicity Smoak and John Diggle visit a mysterious island in search of Oliver Queen, with a look at an ominous mask.
The CW has released more than two dozen new photos from the October 9 premiere of the second season of "Arrow" featuring Oliver Queen, Shado, Deathstroke, Roy Harper and more.
In a series of posters in promotion for "Arrow's" second season, actors Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Colton Haynes and Manu Bennett go shirtless for a close-up look at the men of "Arrow."
The first glimpse of Michael Jai White's appearance as Bronze Tiger in "Arrow's" second season has surfaced, giving a close look at his character's encounter with Oliver Queen.
The CW has debuted the first promo spot for the second season of "Arrow," revealing the state of Starling City and the central cast following the events of the May finale. Plus, news on the casting of Barry Allen.
The CW has released the first promotional poster for "Arrow" season two, featuring a new look at old, familiar faces including cast members Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards, David Ramsey and more.
"Arrow" stars Stephen Amell and Emily Bett Rickards stopped by the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con International to discuss the success of the CW drama, share behind-the-scenes stories and more.
Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy and others from The CW's "Arrow" talk about expanding the world in Season 2, including more villains, from Deadshot to A.R.G.U.S,. and more crossover between Starling City and the island.
The CW has released a Comic-Con International sizzle reel for the second season of "Arrow" that provides a first look at Summer Glau as Isabel Rochev, Caity Lotz as Black Canary.
Summer Glau has reportedly joined the cast of "Arrow's" second season in a recurring adversarial role as Isabel Rochev, the Vice President of Acquisitions for a company hoping to take over Queen Consolidated.
Executive producer Marc Guggenheim and co-star Colton Haynes tease two “very recognizable” villains for "Arrow" Season 2, and the possibility of a team of "the most important DC characters."
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.
In "The Undertaking," Oliver finally gets around to rescuing Walter, Moira's involvement in Malcolm's scheme is exposed, Team Arrow gets back together and we stop feeling so bad about the death Frank Chen.
As John Diggle sees an opportunity to take out Deadshot, Oliver is faced with a decision whether to help his friend or protect Laurel. Tommy, meanwhile, is confronted by some tough choices of his own.
Playing the psychotic Mr. Blank on The CW's "Arrow," former "Angel" star J. August Richards tells CBR about facing off with Stephen Amell and straddling DC and Marvel's universes with Joss Whedon's S.H.I.E.L.D. pilot.
At WonderCon 2013, "Arrow" executive producer Marc Guggenheim discussed the success of the CW television show and why TV Green Arrow has found a wider audience than the comics version.
Hong Kong action star Celina Jade is kicking and flipping her way into The CW's "Arrow," and she explains how her Shado is a different fighter from the comics and what it's like to be the daughter of an action star.
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.
"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.
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.
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."
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.
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.
As Team Arrow pursues James Callis' international jewel thief, the chess pieces move into place for the final episodes of "Arrow's" first season: Moira plots against Merlyn, Roy Harper appears and love is in the air.
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 this week's episode of "Arrow," Oliver confronts his mother about her little book of names, Diggle launches his own investigation into her activities, Detective Lance has a change of heart and we meet Slade...
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.
"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.
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.”
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.
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.
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 has released images from the December 12 episode of "Arrow," called "Year’s End," that promise not only a Christmas gathering for the Queen clan but also a mysterious second archer for Starling City.