Regardless of what you think of Arrow, the show has done a fine job name dropping characters. Especially from the Batfamily and yes, we’re talking about Batman…
This year’s Arrowverse crossover is gathering steam and it’s only going to get bigger. Fans of The Flash will remember 90s Flash actor, John Wesley Shipp as Barry’s father, Henry Allen and Earth-3 Flash, Jay Garrick. This year, he’s joining the crossover, but not in the way, you’d expect…
What could be worse than waking up in your best friend’s life and learning you have their abilities? Oliver and Barry learnt that the hard way in the first hour of the Elseworlds crossover.
Lois and Clark are such an iconic DC Comics couple. Though, did anyone get the vibe (no pun intended) that Clark wanted to propose?
Friendship has always been a staple in the Arrowverse. From Oliver and Tommy to Barry and Cisco, you can’t have superheroes with a good old super pal. It looks like Melissa Benoist’s Supergirl has found one in Ruby Rose’s Batwoman.
Lois Lane is no stranger when it comes to superheroes. She’s the girlfriend of Clark Kent and friends with her boyfriend’s cousin, Kara. When Barry and Oliver pay Supergirl a visit, the Daily Planet journalist doesn’t batter an eyelash.
The bond of sisterhood is everything in Supergirl. So, why is Kara locked up in the S.T.A.R. Labs pipeline?
The end of Supergirl episode Bunker Hill gave fans a look of what’s to come with the 2018 crossover event, Elseworlds…
She’s the sidekick to Wonder Woman, but Donna Troy shows fans in the DC Universe series Titans that there’s more to life than being a hero.
He’s Superman’s less favourite bald person, but he is going to make his first appearance in Supergirl in 2019. Will he escape or will he get parole?