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A DC TV universe timeline guide: Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl

22 September 2016 1:19 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Robbert de Koeijer Sep 23, 2016

Wondering how all the DC universe TV spin-offs, crossovers and webseries fit together? We have the answer...

In October 2012, Us network The CW launched the first season of Arrow, after wrapping up no fewer than ten seasons of Superman origin show Smallville a year before. Arrow was a completely new take on the DC Comics character Green Arrow, in a new universe that had nothing to do with Smallville or its version of Oliver Queen/Green Arrow. The series proved quite the hit for The CW, and a second season renewal inevitably followed. In season two, we were introduced to forensic scientist Barry Allen, better known to DC Comics readers as The Flash. Arrow got a third season, The Flash got his own TV show with great success, and the live action shared DC Comics universe on TV was born. And with it the question: how does it all fit together? »

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Arrow Season 4 Blu-Ray Release Date And Featurettes Revealed

2 June 2016 9:51 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

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While the fourth season of Arrow proved to be highly divisive among fans, it’s probably safe to say that many will still want it to adorn their shelves. And for those who do, you’ll be glad to know that on August 30, you can bring home Oliver Queen’s latest adventures on either Blu-Ray or DVD.

Something that I found to be cool about this upcoming set is that it actually includes an episode of The Flash, so you can enjoy both parts of the mid-season crossover in case you elect to buy only one series. Furthermore, several bonus features focus on the likes of Hawkman, Hawkgirl, and Vandal Savage, which seems appropriate given that said crossover served as a backdoor pilot for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

For more information on what to expect, you can check out the full press release below, »

- Eric Joseph

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Arrow Season Four Aims for Home Targets August 30

31 May 2016 2:20 PM, PDT | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

Burbank, CA (May 31, 2016) – Just in time for Arrow’s fifth season on The CW, viewers can catch up with the thrilling series as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases Arrow: The Complete Fourth Season on Blu-rayTM including Digital HD and DVD on August 30, 2016. Averaging 4 million viewers weekly for each original episode, Arrow is The CW’s #3 show among Total Viewers, behind The Flash and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and the #2 series on The CW amongst Adults 18-34.* The release contains all 23 exhilarating episodes from the fourth season, and The Flash crossover episode; plus over an hour and a half of extra content, including the 2015 Comic-Con Panel, never-before-seen featurettes, deleted scenes, and a gag reel. Arrow: The Complete Fourth Season is priced to own at $49.99 Srp for the DVD and $54.97 Srp for the Blu-ray including Digital HD.

*Source: Nielsen National TV View L+7 Us AA%; excluding repeats, specials, and »

- ComicMix Staff

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Director Lexi Alexander got to do something on 'Supergirl' she's never done before

22 February 2016 1:26 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Lexi Alexander knows her superheroes. To some, she even is a superhero. After directing Punisher: War Zone in 2008 and this year’s “Beyond Redemption” episode of Arrow, she’s set her sights on Supergirl. Tonight will premiere Alexander’s first foray into directing a female superhero as Supergirl takes on a serial killer in “Truth, Justice, and the American Way.” HitFix Harpy spoke with Alexander by phone last week about working with Melissa Benoist, what superhero project Lexi hopes to take on next, and what it’s like to be at the forefront of the push for diversity in Hollywood. Image Credit: CBS Hitfix Harpy: How did you get involved with Supergirl? Did you reach out to them or did they reach out to you? Lexi Alexander: It was kind of a mix. Andrew Kreisberg — he's the showrunner — he tracked me down in the first place. Even for Arrow. »

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Arrow season 4 episode 12 review: Unchained

8 February 2016 5:39 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Between the Lazarus Pit, Nanda Parbat and the return of an old friend, the latest Arrow season 4 episode is swimming in deja-vu...

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4.12 Unchained

If there's one salvageable thing to come out of last season's Ra's al Ghul storyline, it was Nyssa. Previously a love interest for Sara and a foil for Oliver, Nyssa has quietly become one of Arrow's most intriguing figures, a person outside of Team Arrow, outside of Malcolm's new League of Assassins, operating largely in the background.

This gives her a certain edge over the rest of our heroes as, while still being humanised at various points thanks to her aforementioned romance with Sara, she's often more level-headed than anyone else on the show. Her mission to take down Malcolm is one that makes complete sense after what we've witnessed, and her manoeuvrings to get there were revealed across »

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Arrow season 4 episode 12 review: Unchained

8 February 2016 5:39 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Between the Lazarus Pit, Nanda Parbat and the return of an old friend, the latest Arrow season 4 episode is swimming in deja-vu...

This review contains spoilers.

4.12 Unchained

If there's one salvageable thing to come out of last season's Ra's al Ghul storyline, it was Nyssa. Previously a love interest for Sara and a foil for Oliver, Nyssa has quietly become one of Arrow's most intriguing figures, a person outside of Team Arrow, outside of Malcolm's new League of Assassins, operating largely in the background.

This gives her a certain edge over the rest of our heroes as, while still being humanised at various points thanks to her aforementioned romance with Sara, she's often more level-headed than anyone else on the show. Her mission to take down Malcolm is one that makes complete sense after what we've witnessed, and her manoeuvrings to get there were revealed across »

- louisamellor

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Arrow season 4 episode 11 review: A.W.O.L.

1 February 2016 12:07 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Arrow season 4's latest filler episode delivers two sidekick-centric storylines for Felicity and Diggle...

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4.11 A.W.O.L.

Until now, Arrow has always, disappointingly, made the struggles of its supporting characters all about Oliver. When it was confirmed that the outcome of Darhk's attack would leave Felicity wheelchair-bound, it was a significant worry that her paralysis would simply be an excuse for the show to backtrack on Oliver's attitude adjustment. He doesn't handle tragedy well and, despite his relatively lighthearted demeanour this season, old habits die hard.

And to a certain extent this can be expected given the fact that Oliver is the show's solo protagonist. But at a certain point fans attach to the supporting cast and, on Arrow especially, the hero becomes one of the least interesting ingredients in the recipe.

What a relief, then, that the episode decided to focus »

- louisamellor

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Arrow season 4 episode 10 review: Blood Debts

22 January 2016 8:41 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Arrow returns with an episode that hinges on whether you cared about that mid-season cliffhanger...

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4.10 Blood Debts

So Felicity isn't in the grave, which was obvious to anyone paying attention to dates, and we're still no closer to finding out it's true occupant. Our enjoyment of Blood Debts relied on how much we cared about that cliffhanger, and with the combination of obvious writer trickery to throw us off the scent over the break and an episode that was busy with several non-Felicity plotlines to set up and pay off, it's hard to know how to feel about the outcome.

The attack in the mid-season finale has consequences, which is nice, but it's again very unlikely that Felicity will actually remain paralysed for the rest of her time on the show. Sadly, primetime Us dramas just aren't there yet (but they're free to »

- rleane

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