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We have been anxiously awaiting the announcement of The CW’s Fall schedule so we can plan all of our new podcast, television coverage, and the like, and now we are busy filling in our October calendar.

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The beard is back! What other changes are in store for our Emerald Archer?  Your Major Spoilers review of Green Arrow: Rebirth #1 awaits!

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This August, WizKids will add The Green Arrow and The Flash Foil Packs to the popular Dice Masters line.

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Just in time for the American presidential election to kick into high gear, Arrow Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim has unveiled the official Oliver Queen for Mayor poster that will accompany the CW series 2016 mid-season premier. The mayoral race is a storyline that fans of the classic Van Dyke-bearded Oliver Queen have been looking forward to since Arrow started. While Oliver’s staffers don’t have OliverQueenforMayor.com up and running just yet and we hope it is up and running complete with graphics and slogans soon! Arrow returns to the CW on Tuesday, January 28th at 8/7c. Via CBR

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Heritage Auctions has Neal Adams’ original cover art on the auction block, and it is expected to go for at least $300,000.

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I’ve got a special treat for you this week as I chat with legendary comics creator Mike Grell, best known for his work on Green Arrow, Legion of Super-Heroes, Tarzan and many others. During Episode 190, we talk about his relationship with The CW’s Arrow program as well as his upcoming work on Tarzan and Jon Sable, Freelance. This interview was recorded at Mr. Grell’s booth at the recent Florida SuperCon, so a big “thank-you” to them for helping make this happen! You’ll also hear some other voices as people stop by to talk with Mike! Be sure to listen

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Wow! This was some kind of amazing San Diego Comic-Con this year! And with the growing power of social media, more than ever it felt like we were actually there even if we weren’t!  It’s still better to physically be there, but it was great to tune in to so many of the panels and events!

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Check out this trippy introduction of the Arrow panel, as Stephen Amell appeared before the crowd and introduced himself as The Green Arrow.

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The CW has announced that Justified star Neal McDonough will play the late Ra’s al Ghul’s adversary, Damien Darhk.

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An awkward family meeting, for some values of family, awaits Green Arrow as his city clashes with the future world of Kingdom Come, and an elder Black Canary (plus two children who may or may not be related.  There’s time travel, things get complicated.) Your Major Spoilers review of Convergence: Green Arrow #2 awaits!

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Going in to this mornings upfront, it was hoped that Constantine would get a second life at The CW, but alas, no Hellbazer in sight. On the plus side, Arrow, The Flash, iZombie, and DC Legends of Tomorrow are coming our way.

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Green Arrow has been trapped under a dome for a year, but the timeline has a way of reuniting father and son… and a future daughter.

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Suicidal Tendencies focuses on this incarnation of the Suicide Squad and features a confrontation between the Arrow and the Atom.

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The Offer is a strong return to Arrow season 3 that has the male characters doing a lot of really interesting things and the females being consistently weepy.

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