The CW has done a great job of bringing our favorite DC characters to life, but some of the supporting cast are harmful to the shows.
The Arrowverse has done a fine job of bringing DC characters to life, but these pieces of concept art prove that it could've done even better!
With so many CW DC shows for fans to consume, it's easy to miss some character debuts. Thankfully, we're here to point them out for you.
Cozy up with a stack of Oreos and a glass of milk as CBR details the most interesting facts about Martian Manhunter.
After the Elseworlds crossover, we could be seeing the first Superman TV series in a long time, this time set in the Arrowverse.
The Arrowverse has millions upon millions of fans and some of the most creative ones have re-imagined their favorite heroes as villains.
The Arrowverse is always adding new characters and in some cases, they'll make minor changes.
More and more television shows are adaptations of comic books. Some of these shows are brilliant, some are tolerable, and some aren't worth the time.
DC has arguably enjoyed more success on TV than on the big screen, but which characters are bound for the movies and which ones belong to the CW?
Supergirl taps into the powers of Rogol Zaar's axe, and it leads her to a secret message about past crimes from a long-dead villain.
The days of the super-Boys Club are finished. It's time to make way for a far more fierce DC Trinity!
The Arrowverse has brought to life some of DC's most famous weapons, but which ones were juiced up and which were suppressed for the screen?
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, learn whether Jim Mooney would initially pencil Supergirl and Ms. Marvel without their clothes.
Many DC characters have appeared in the Arrowverse, but some cameos could've led to some of the coolest stories on the small screen!
The Arrowverse has brought a lot of our favorite DC characters to life, but some of them have been unfortunately pushed to the wayside.
This fall, get ready for the return of the Arrowverse by thinking about these burning questions that we need answers to!
The Arrowverse has done an impeccable job adapting DC's heroes and villains to the screen, but which costume is the absolute best of the best?