John Barrowman revealed that his "Arrow" deal has been finalized; Punisher actor Jon Bernthal visits a comic shop and more.
A handful of new photos from "Arrow's" season three finale, "My Name is Oliver Queen," features guest stars, a daring rescue and a final showdown.
The Flash, Arrow, Black Canary and more battle the Reverse Flash, Ra's al Ghul, Malcolm Merlyn and the Rogues in a new "Fight Club"-style poster.
In these two new posters for "Arrow" and "The Flash," Barrowman's Dark Archer and Cavanagh's Reverse Flash take center stage.
The veteran of "Doctor Who," "Torchwood" and "Arrow" fielded questions from fans and sang duets during his Emerald City Comicon panel.
With the offer for Ollie to succeed Ra's al Ghul on the table, the world of "Arrow" just got even more complicated.
He's been Malcolm Merlyn and Captain Jack Harkness, and John Barrowman's next move may be bringing "Heavy Metal" story "The 49th Key" to television.
"Arrow" returns in two weeks to The CW, and here's an early look at "The Offer," which features the debut of DC Comics villain Murmur.
Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, Katrina Law and John Barrowman discuss the gamechanging events of the last new "Arrow" episode for three weeks.
Mackie is up for anything Marvel wants to put him in; the first stills from "The Fearsome Dr. Crane" have appeared and more.
John Barrowman explains why Oliver Queen's death is a win/win for his "Arrow" character, and his eagerness to participate in a "Flash" crossover.
The "Age of Ultron" director discusses getting a different perspective on the super team; "Flash" production designer on the big League shout out & more.
"Arrow's" first major villain has returned with a vengeance, and John Barrowman tells us he was always ready to take aim on Starling City again.
Captain Marvel and Black Panther head up a diverse group of movies; Hayley Atwell returns in first "Carter" footage and more.
John Barrowman, David Ramsey & Marc Guggenheim journeyed to the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con to discuss "Arrow" as it heads to its third season.
"Arrow" continues to expand the DC TV world with characters like Ray Palmer and Ra's Al Ghul joining the hit drama while testing its namesake hero and his allies.
No subject was off-limits at during the Comic-Con International spotlight on the veteran Arrow, Doctor Who and Torchwood.