A few weeks ago we showed you the Injustice Battle Arena. This has been an entertaining and interesting way for Nether Realm to show off some gameplay footage and slowly reveal some more characters. This week, we got a couple of awesome reveals, which you can see after the jump.
The CW Network has given early pickups to three of its hit series for next season, including freshman hit ARROW, its top-rated drama THE VAMPIRE DIARIES and fan favorite SUPERNATURAL, it was announced today by Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW. All three shows will return in Fall 2013.
The new creative team of Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino take over for Green Arrow this week to hopefully give it a much-needed shot in the arm. Will they be able to revive this floundering title or will it continue to circle the drain? Major Spoilers checks it out!
The numbers are in, and for The CW, Arrow hit the mark for 4.02 million viewers, which broke a few records for the network.
Depending on where you are living, and in what time zone, The CW’s premiere of Arrow just wrapped, and it is time for you to flood the comment section with your thoughts.
After a violent shipwreck, billionaire playboy Oliver Queen was missing and presumed dead for five years before being discovered alive on a remote island in the Pacific. When he returns home to Starling City, his devoted mother Moira, much-beloved sister Thea, and best friend Tommy welcome him home, but they sense Oliver has been changed by his ordeal on the island. While Oliver hides the truth about the man he’s become, he desperately wants to make amends for the actions he took as the boy he was. Most particularly, he seeks reconciliation with his former girlfriend, Laurel Lance. As Oliver reconnects with those closest to him, he secretly creates the persona of Arrow – a vigilante – to right the wrongs of his family, fight the ills of society, and restore Starling City to its former glory. By day, Oliver plays the role of a wealthy, carefree and careless philanderer he used to be – flanked by his devoted chauffeur/bodyguard, John Diggle – while carefully concealing the secret identity he turns to under cover of darkness. However, Laurel’s father, Detective Quentin Lance, is determined to arrest the vigilante operating in his city. Meanwhile, Oliver’s own mother, Moira, knows much more about the deadly shipwreck than she has let on – and is more ruthless than he could ever imagine.
Did you watch it? What did you think? Throw the slings and arrows of outrage, or unleash the dogs of praise and satisfaction…
The station that brought you Smallville is back for more superheroy goodness with a Green Arrow series conveniently named Arrow. CW has released a few clips here and there of the upcoming series, but today we have a new, full trailer for your viewing pleasure.
I’m intrigued enough about Arrow that I will definitely be setting the DVR on October 10 to catch the first episode.
Judd Winick returns to Green Arrow to tell the origin of a character he helped shape prior to the relaunch in Green Arrow #0! But will his writing and Freddie Williams II’s pencils be enough to save a title that’s been floundering in The New 52? Major Spoilers finds out!
The official poster for The CW’s Arrow has arrived, and star Stephen Amell looks a little battle worn after his time on the island.
The CW is teasing Arrow pretty hard at the San Diego Comic-Con, and we’re seeing more clips and pics arrive for the show. From what I hear, early reactions to the show are positive, but I’m going to reserve judgement until I have a chance to see it for myself on October 10, 2012.
The CW Network will strategically roll-out its 2012-13 season this October with the premieres of three new series, returning favorites on new nights and one final season of Upper East Side drama.
Or – “Oliver Queen: Trapped In A World He Never Made.”
I have a love/hate relationship with Green Arrow for nearly 30 years now. I loved his run in Detective Comics, but hated him in the JLA. I loved parts of The Longbow Hunters, but disliked the regular title that followed. Parts of Kevin Smith’s revamp were brilliant, but things fell apart as that book aged. Green Arrow/Black Canary was fun, but a little too talky and soap opera for my tastes. The Brightest Day-era GA title was a complete turnoff, but Chris at Gatekeeper recently told me that GA’s New 52 stories were starting to appeal to him again. Having had good luck with Chris’ recommendations before, I decided to pick up this issue and give it a whirl…