Green Arrow

Green Arrow Green Arrow is a superhero that appears in comic books published by DC Comics. Created by Mort Weisinger and George Papp, he first appeared in More Fun Comics #73 in November 1941. His secret identity is Oliver Queen, billionaire and former mayor of fictional Star City. Dressed like Robin Hood, Green Arrow is an extraordinary archer who invents trick arrows with various special functions to trip up foes. Throughout his first twenty-five years, Green Arrow was not a significant hero. However, he gained popularity in the 70's when he was paired with the more law-and-order-oriented hero Green Lantern in a groundbreaking, socially conscious comic book series.
The character was not initially a well-known character outside of comic book fans until he appeared in Justice League Unlimited in the 2000s and season six of popular live-action series Smallville (played by Justin Hartley). David S. Goyer also attempted to get Green Arrow: Escape from Super Max into production as a film in the late 2000s.
The CW have released 17 photos from the second half of the Arrow/The Flash crossover, and in them we see The Fastest Man Alive arrive in Starling City, with both heroes then teaming up to take on the villainous Captain Boomerang. Hit the jump to check them out...
Though they're not quite high-resolution, much better quality versions of tiny pics from this week's TV Guide have surfaced, promoting the CW's upcoming crossover of their hit shows Arrow and The Flash. Check it out after the jump.
Arrow will be taking a break next week, but when it return, it will be for the second part of the crossover with The Flash! In this first look at the episode, we see more of the battle between the two heroes, and things aren't looking good for Starling City's vigilante. Check it out!
18 new images have been released from "Flash vs. Arrow", the first part of the highly anticipated crossover between Arrow and The Flash! In them, we get a plenty of shots of both Barry and Oliver together (in and out of costume) as well as a Captain Boomerang tease. Check them out!
Ok, so she may be a little unhinged, but how can The Arrow say no to his beautiful fan, Cupid? (Amy Gumenik, Supernatural) Very easily as it turns out, because she's full on crazy as you can see from this new clip from tonight's episode of Arrow ("Draw Back Your Bow").
On tonight's new episode of Arrow, Amy Gumenick portrays the insane Carrie Cutter, a vigilante with a very unhealthy obsession with Stephen Amell's Green Arrow. Originally, Gumenick wanted to play Laurel Lance, the role that went to Katie Cassidy.
TV Guide have released a behind-the-scenes video of their photoshoot for the upcoming crossover between Arrow and The Flash, giving us a first look at the heroes together. We also get an interview with stars Stephen Amell and Grant Gustin. Hit the jump to check it out!
In fact, she can't take her eyes off him! Proving that he's still got it, former Superman Brandon Routh - who plays Ray Palmer/The Atom in the CW series - strips off in this flirty new clip from tonight's episode of Arrow ("Draw Back Your Bow"). Hit the jump to check it out...
The official Arrow Twitter page has posted a comic book preview of tonight's episode, "Draw Back Your Bow". We also have another behind-the-scenes snap of Katie Cassidy masked-up as our new Black Canary, alongside Colton Haynes as Arsenal.
The lovely Emily Bett Rickards (Felicity Smoak) has shared a very cool image on her Instagram page of Colton Haynes and Katie Cassidy suited up as Arsenal and the new Black Canary in Arrow. Hit the jump for a first look at the two heroes side by side on the small screen...
Forget Batman v Superman: ! This Winter, we have "Flash vs. Arrow" to look forward to. The cover for TV Guide's Holiday Preview puts the spotlight on the heroes before their inevitable fight and eventual team-up. Hit the jump to check it out...
Another international promo for this Wednesday's episode of Arrow has been uncovered giving us more Cupid (Amy Gumenick) action as well as our first look at new character Chase (Austin Butler) interacting with Thea (Willa Holland). Come check it out!
Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim has revealed the title of the twelfth episode of Arrow's third season. The episode crosses the halfway mark for the season, check it out.
A new featurette for Arrow's third season has been released, and it puts the spotlight into the work that has gone into turning Oliver Queen's sister Thea (Willa Holland) into a badass fighting machine who may or may not become Speedy somewhere down the line. Check it out!
The CW have released the first batch of images from next week's episode of Arrow, "Draw Back Your Bow". In them, we get to see more of Cupid, The Arrow in action, a shirtless Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh), and his date with fan-favourite character Felicity. Check them out!
Next week, love is in the air when Carrie Cutter a.k.a. Cupid goes on a citywide killing spree trying to catch the attention of her one true love, the Arrow! Meanwhile, Ray Palmer & Felicity get closer and Thea makes a new friend. Come check out the extended promo for next week's episode now!
So, we know what to expect from the first part of the Arrow/The Flash crossover, but how about the second? Well, the action heads back to Starling City and the villainous Digger Harkness, a.k.a. Boomerang takes center stage as The Arrow enlists the help of the Scarlet Speedster...
The CW have released the first official description for "Flash vs. Arrow", the first half of the highly anticipated crossover between the two shows. In it, we learn that it's the debut of another DC Comics villain which is the cause of the heroes coming to blows...
Cupid draw back your bow and let your arrow go. Yes, those are the lyrics from Sam Cooke's 1961 song. Oddly enough, they go perfectly with next week's episode of Arrow, which will feature Amy Gumenick ("Supernatural") as 'Carrie Cutter,' aka 'Cupid.'
The CW have released brief descriptions for the ninth episodes of Arrow and The Flash, but despite the Christmas theme, it sounds like these are going to be pretty huge as "The Man in the Yellow Suit" is revealed and Dinah Lance returns to Starling City. Read on for details!
We saw her stunt double rocking the outfit already, but now the CW has released the first official pics of Katie Cassidy's Laurel Lance suited and booted as Black Canary. Lance will don the costume in Arrow's tenth season 3 ep, "Left Behind".
Last week's episode of Arrow ended on quite the cliffhanger when it was seemingly revealed that Roy Harper (a.k.a. Arsenal) may have been responsible for the death of [SPOILER], and in this new clip from tonight's episode, we see the young hero struggling with the revelation...
The next episode of Arrow will introduce popular DC Comic's character, Ted Grant/ Wildcat. THR caught up with actor J.R. Ramirez to discuss donning a suit, training Laurel and Ted/ Oliver's relationship.
Eighteen brand new promotional stills from tonight's episode of Arrow have been released. With both Roy and Ted Grant in hot water, Felicity and Laurel do their best to help their friends, but it's ultimately up to Oliver to determine who's "guilty" and who's not. Come check it out!
This week's episode of Arrow is shaping up to be a big one. In addition to learning more about Roy's dilemma, we'll also learn more about Ted Grant as he reveals his past to Oliver, but it doesn't look like it'll go over too well as they exchange blows in this new promo! Come check it out!