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Sara (Caity Lotz) is back on "Arrow" this week, and a new clip shows that it's not a happy family reunion with Laurel (Katie Cassidy).
With the New 52 on its way out and a couple dozen new series on the way, here are the fresh starts and new takes we're excited to get our hands on.
Katie Cassidy explores Laurel's journey to superheroics, the Canary Cry, a possible Birds of Prey nod in the future and more.
Black Canary (Katie Cassidy) gets a helping hand from Arsenal (Colton Haynes) in an exclusive clip from tonight's "Arrow."
After waiting for three seasons to get in on the hit show's action, Katie Cassidy is thrilled to finally assume the role of superhero.
As Black Canary prepares to make her official debut on “Arrow,” ROBOT 6 looks back at the long and sometimes tangled history of the DC Comics hero.
Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy) looks to embrace her family legacy as Black Canary in upcoming "Arrow" episode "Left Behind."
With DC Entertainment's Diane Nelson expressing a desire to see more female heroes on-screen, CBR looks at who's ready to make the leap.
"Wednesday Comics" artist Joe Quinones talks to CBR about his first full-length graphic novel, DC's "Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell" with Paul Dini.
Andrew Kreisberg and Marc Guggenheim dissect this week's "Arrow" episode, "Heir to the Demon," and what it means to the show going forward.
CBR News spoke to Caity Lotz about her experience playing the show's Black Canary, and this week's very personal encounter with Nyssa al Ghul.
With change rolling through DC Comics' New 52 in April, CBR looks at what titles and characters deserve time in the spotlight in the DCU.
Veteran writer Paul Dini shares insight into his and artist Joe Quinones' long-awaited original graphic novel, "Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell."
First announced in 2006, the "Black Canary and Zatanna" OGN from Paul Dini and Joe Quinones has an official release date of May 21, 2014.
"Birds Of Prey" writer Christy Marx discusses her "Zero Year" tie-in, her plans for Condor and fleshing out Black Canary's New 52 past.
The Black Canary arrives in Starling City next week, and The CW has released more video footage of "Arrow's" newest masked vigilante.
New "Arrow" photos give a first look at Caity Lotz as Black Canary in full vigilante garb, debuting in the series' fourth episode.
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 cast and crew of the CW's "Arrow" took aim at the Comic-Con crowd, offering a preview of the second season, answering a few fan questions, introducing Black Canary and focusing briefly on Stephen Amell's abs.
Batgirl and Black Canary take on a new writer as "Skullkickers" creator Jim Zubkavich picks up DC's "Birds of Prey," and he tells CBR why he's focusing character first as Mr. Freeze calls after Strix from the Court of Owls.
Writer Duane Swierczynski spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL about his approach to DC Comic's preeminent all-female crime fighting team, the "Birds Of Prey."
Cartoon Network and DC Entertainment have released screencaps and a pair of video clips from "Schooled," this week's new episode of "Young Justice" featuring the team's first training session with Black Canary.
Gail Simone spoke with CBR News about the relaunch of "Birds of Prey" with Ed Benes, what adding Hawk to the team means to the team and which major Bat-villain joins the fray. Here's a hint: This bird can't fly.
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.
Augie reviews a Green Arrow classic and then proceeds to cut his way through the front half of the latest "Previews" catalog to see if cover prices have gone up,as he once suggested they would in December in today's PIPELINE!
With big developments in store for Black Canary shortly, Brian Eason looks back at one of the most dynamic female characters in the DCU and he oft times dark past.