We‘re back! After the Christmas break, the crossover is back on Arrow 8×08 with “Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Four.” The episode has been one of the worst of this entire crossover. A boring and chaotic episode, where only the last minutes are worth it … to piss us off. Do you want to
We’re here again! This week Arrow delights us with “Purgatory,” the best episode of the show. It is a complete hour, full of emotional conflicts, goodbyes, tributes to Oliver’s entire journey and tears because yes, they have managed to move us and reach our hearts. Such episodes are the ones
Here’s Arrow’s review! After a week off, the show returned with “Reset,” an irregular episode with some bright moments, but with great deficiencies that make it lack emotion. Let’s comment everything! Here we go! Oliver’s reaction to seeing Quentin opens the episode. He is really seeing a ghost … but
Welcome back to Arrow! This week, “Welcome to Hong Kong” introduces us to an episode full of winks to season 3, with Felicity increasingly present in Oliver’s life, and a sample of the emotional development of the characters during these years. Let’s comment everything! One of the best interactions that
I might’ve given up on Arrow — what else would you expect with the departure of Felicity Smoak — but that doesn’t mean I’m done with the Arrowverse. And I’m not just talking about current shows still airing, like The Flash, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow. In fact, I specifically want to see more from
Oliver Queen will be hanging up his bow this fall. Arrow, the show that started The CW’s Arrowverse that includes The Flash, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow, will return for its eighth and final season this fall on The CW, Stephen Amell announced on his Twitter. Playing Oliver Queen has
We’re not sure if we’re excited for Arrow or not, but we are excited for the three part crossover that will come this December. Arrow, Supergirl, and The Flash together? We’re about that!(Legends of Tomorrow is not participating in the Arrowverse crossover this year). It was previously announced that they had
Every CW Upfront serves as our first tease to the network’s annual Arrowverse crossover, which has become ratings gold for all four DCTV shows involved: Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl. This year, Green Arrow, Flash, Supergirl, and the Legends will join forces with none other than Batwoman.