As the hunt for Malcolm Merlyn begins, a fairly uneventful episode of Arrow leads to a game-changing introduction.
Is the model turned actress in the running to play Harley Quinn in what director David Ayer describes as “a Dirty Dozen with supervillains”?
Oliver & Co. track down Thea, who’s been busy, Diggle’s concerns about ARGUS grow, and Laurel turns to Ted Grant.
Does the Fast & Furious 7 director’s new deal with New Line Cinema leave room for the DC movie?
A Golden Age villain makes his gaseous presence felt in an episode that also introduces Ronnie Raymond and a solution to the problem of what to do with Central City’s captured metahumans.
Animator Free Will Revolution has recreated the well-received footage screened in July at Comic-International.
Neil Gaiman explains why the long-gestating adaptation wasn’t included in the studio’s big announcement last week.
An Albuquerque TV station captures video of a large set under construction for the Zack Snyder film outside of the small city of Deming.
In this week’s episode, it’s a time for mourning and the pursuit of justice as Team Arrow says goodbye to a fallen friend.
Barry Allen wrestles with self-doubt, and low blood sugar, even as he’s confronted by the many clones of Multiplex.
Producer Charles Roven reveals that Wonder Woman will be explained as a daughter of Zeus in director Zack Snyder’s film.
Arrow kicks off its third season with a shocking ending, and the arrival of three faces familiar to DC Comics fans.