I had the chance to attend this year’s edition of Heroes and Villains Fan Fest in San Jose, California this past weekend, and I had the best time. It was my first HVFF, and it was vastly different experience than going to SDCC.
This evening, the annual Arrow-verse crossover commences. The four shows involved, Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow, are combining across two back-to-back nights this year, to create a more seamless, cohesive television event (one would assume). Among the action and romance, this year’s crossover promises something new: Nazis. Here, we discuss our thoughts on the DCTV crossover, the inclusion of Nazis, and what that means for our viewing choices.
Arrow has finally found its footing again. After two weeks of a snoozefest storyline about Slade Wilson, the team is finally back together in Star City as all hell breaks loose on Thanksgiving of all days.
Well, that happened. And by that, I mean probably one of the best episodes Arrow has ever delivered, and absolutely the very best Felicity-centric episode in the history of this show. Just when I thought they couldn’t possibly top last week’s amazing hour, they go and deliver everything I have ever wanted to see on this show.
Last night’s Arrow was everything that made me fall in love with this show in the first place. For the past season and a half, the CW hit show had been struggling with storylines and character development and finding a balance between all elements of the show.
We are less than two weeks away from finally finding out what happened after Prometheus blew up Lian Yu with pretty much the entire Team Arrow on it. About to premiere its sixth season, we are all curious how Arrow will be formatted going forward, now that the flashbacks from Oliver’s five years in hell are over.
Well, well, well…
It looks like the cat is out of the bag. As we all know, The CW hit show Arrow decided to blow up Lian Yu with pretty much the entire cast on it in the season 5 finale. Now, after a an entire summer of speculation and close to zero information about the status of Team Arrow, it looks like we finally have some interesting intel.