Just in time for Arrow's spectacular return tonight, The CW's highlighting some of this season's key players with some cool comic-to-screen images. Ra's al Ghul, Arsenal, Black Canary, the Atom... This season's storyline draws from quite a few corners of the DC Comics Universe, and man, do the actors look the part. What do you think?
While it's uncertain if we'll be seeing Ray Palmer suited up as the Atom on Arrow this season, you can get your first glimpse of Katie Cassidy's Black Canary in action in tonight's all new episode, "Left Behind."
It’s a good time to be a DC Comics reader. But it’s also a great time to introduce new readers to DC Comics. Not only have some of our most popular heroes been reinvented in exciting, fresh new ways, but the creative voices behind some of those comics are evolving. Like you, we’re huge fans of Scott Snyder, Jim Lee, Grant Morrison, Geoff Johns and all of the other talented writers and artists with whom we’ve been working for years. But we also have some amazing new writers and artists currently making waves on their titles, and we’ve become big fans of them as well.
For DC Comics fans, Sunday was a big day for small screen news as The CW made some exciting announcements at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour. But if you were distracted by football and the Golden Globes and missed all the news, never fear. We’re here to bring you up to speed. Here are last weekend’s three big “gets.”
Arrow and The Flash Get New Seasons
With a new year on the horizon and the holidays upon us, it’s a good time to take a look back at 2014 to remember and remark upon a few of its key DC Entertainment moments. Some of these moments played out on the comic book page or the screen, others were real-life happenings that shaped what we’ll be reading and seeing over the years ahead. If you’re a DC Comics fan or just an entertainment fan in general, they all mattered. It’s been a great year full of both ups and downs, but these are the big ones. These are our DCComics.com “Ten Moments that Mattered” for 2014.