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.
Oliver made a deadly serious enemy tonight, but it doesn't look like the show will address that immediately. Instead, next week we'll be given a deeper look at the past of fan favorite character Felicity Smoak. Come check out the extended promo for next week's episode now!
Central City has been taken over by a mysterious virus and has been thrown into chaos despite the best efforts of The Arrow and Arsenal. Who created it? Felicty Smoak. Wait, what?! Hit the jump for a first look at next week's episode of Arrow, "The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak".
Roy Harper, in a lengthy interview with Digital Spy, discusses his superhero name or lack of it! He also talks about the romances in the show as well as a rivalry with Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Malcolm Merlyn actor John Barrowman was promoted to series regular for the new season of The CW's Arrow and in tonight's episode, we see a bigger glimpse of the role the Dark Archer will play moving forward. Barrowman previews the action yet to come.
A new clip has been released from Wednesday's episode of Arrow, and in it we see a tense clip between Team Arrow and The League of Assassin's Nyssa al Ghul. We also learn more about Ra's al Ghul and the return of Malcolm Merlyn, a.k.a. The Dark Archer. Check it out!
A new promo has been released for this Tuesday's episode of Arrow and we get to see even more of The Dark Archer's return to Starling City, Nyssa al Ghul targeting Oliver Queen's family and an epic battle involving both The Arrow and Arsenal. Hit the jump to check it out!
Arrow has approached its third season, this season I have noticed hints of a character development and it's not Laurel!
Well, we finally know who's "Guilty"! Or not. The official description for the sixth episode of Arrow's third season reveals that Ted Grant will be accused of murder and Oliver and Laurel will disagree over his innocence. Could this also be Ted;s first steps to becoming the heroic Wildcat?
After bringing Thea home, Oliver has more lady troubles next week when a furious Nyssa returns to Starling City looking for answers about Sara. Also, Ra's al Ghul makes his first appearance! Come check out the extended promo for next week's episode now!
Check out a promo for next week's all new episode of Arrow. All hell breaks loose when Nyssa Al Ghul (Katrina Law), Ra's Al Ghul (Matt Nable) and the Dark Archer (John Barrowman) all come to Starling City. "The Arrow made a vow not to kill, but Nyssa didn't."
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In tonight's episode of Arrow, Oliver along with Thea heads to Corto Maltese, but they aren't headed there for a peaceful gathering! But before you get prepped to watch this episode tonight, hit the jump to check out a new behind the scenes clip!
In a new clip from tonight's episode of Arrow ("Corto Maltese"), we see Laurel (Katie Cassidy) - who seemingly has her sights set on a superhero career of her own - meet Ted Grant (J.R. Ramirez), the man who is better known to comic book fans as Wildcat. Check it out!
The fourth episode of Arrow's third season will feature the debut of Ra's al Ghul, and while he's not featured in this full batch of stills from "The Magician", we do get a look at his daughter and Roy Harper fully suited up as Arsenal. Oh, and both Malcolm and Thea make an appearance...
Next week's instalment of the CW's Arrow not only features the debut of Matt Nable as Ra's al Ghul, but also the return of Katrina Law as his daughter, Nyssa al Ghul. CBR have posted four images from the episode, all spotlighting Law. Check 'em out..
Roy (Colton Haynes) wants to accompany Oliver (Stephen Amell) to Corto Maltese, but he needs someone to explain to him what he can and can not carry on board an airplane. In another clip Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) shows off his charm.
Variety is reporting, British actor and former professional footballer, Vincent Peter "Vinnie" Jones ("X-Men: The Last Stand") has been cast in season three of Arrow. He'll play the comic book-based villain, Brick (Daniel "Danny" Brickwell).
Could Sara Lance return as a "big bad" in a few seasons or become the Jason Todd of the Arrow family? Here are my thoughts on what can happen...
Last month, we learned that Nick Tarabay ("Spartacus") had been cast in the third season of CW's Arrow as 'Digger Harkness' (aka 'Captain Boomerang'). Hit the jump get your first look at the actor on the set wearing his costume.
Arrow and The Flash will indeed feature a fight between the two heroes, and in this interview with the actors who play Oliver Queen and Barry Allen, they drop some new details about what we should expect from that and how the worlds of Starling and Central City collide...
For the people who expected to see Stephen Amell at the Wizard World New Orleans, he will not be attending this event. Hit the jump to check out Amell's apology/thoughts on not being able to attend in NO. Check it out!
Comparisons are made every day. Chevy vs. Ford, McDonalds vs. Burger King, PC vs. MAC or Playstation vs. XBox. All of these are apple to apples comparisons and make sense. For the last two years, Arrow has had no competition in the Superhero genre, nothing that could be considered an apple to apples comparison, Some have wrongly tried to compare Arrow to Agents of Shield, but that is more of an apples to oranges comparison, while ignoring The Walking Dead, although that wouls be just as wrong, more of an apples to bananas comparison.
Brandon Routh (Superman Returns) is making his presence felt in Starling City as Ray Palmer, and he talks here about the suit he'll eventually don as The Atom and drops some hints about both how the character gets his shrinking powers AND possibly making the jump from Arrow to The Flash...
Next week, Oliver, Diggle, and Roy head to Corto Maltese with hopes of bringing Thea home. Will the trio succeed in their mission or has Malcolm corrupted her mind beyond repair? Come check out the extended promo for next week's episode now!
The CW have released the first official description for the fifth episode of Arrow's third season, and as you've probably already guessed from the title, it will explore the origin of fan-favourite character Felicty Smoak! There's also details on Laurel, Wildcat and Thea. Check it out!