‘The Vampire Diaries’ star Steven R. McQueen has hinted he might play Nightwing in ‘Arrow.’ Could that happen in Season 3?

The brilliance behind CW’s success other than knowing their audiences, is the fact that they take popular young actors from one show, and give them life in a new character on another, such as Hayley on ‘The Originals’ or ‘Arrow’s Roy from ‘Teen Wolf.’  This casting policy has been widely used for decades on daytime television, but CW has very successfully adapted it to the nighttime tv as well.  Will Steven McQueen be the next success of the CW network with his hopes of securing the new role of ‘Nightwing’ on this season of ‘Arrow,’  we definitely hope so.  Do you think Steven McQueen would make a good ‘Nightwing’?

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Arrow star Stephen Amell has posted a new video of his Season 3 “superhero workout” that shows off some very impressive moves.

Stephen Amell gives us a sneak peek into his world behind the curtain. I can’t imagine how difficult the stunts are he’s constantly asked to do, it definitely looks like he trains hard in preparation to do them.  His training center seems to encompass every type of stunt we have come to expect from the ‘Arrow’ on the show, but he’s not taking himself to serious. Who wouldn’t love to have this hottie’s body or a boyfriend who does?

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A new superhero suit will appear on Arrow early in the third season, series star Stephen Amell reve

The Arrow himself, Stephen Amell, tells visitors at Pheonix Comic Con there’s going to be a new superhero suit coming to the show, although he doesn’t say for which of them it will be, someone  we know or even a new character.  I think if anyone needs a decent costume, it’s Roy.  He was also asked which villain he would like to see on the show, for which he replied Ra’s al Ghul.  How about you, what villain would you like to see on the show in season 3?

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75 years after Batman first appeared in ‘Detective Comics’ #27, co-creator Bill Finger is finally getting credit for his work with a new special edition. (75 Years Later, Batman Co-Creator Bill Finger Gets A Cover Credit On ‘Detective Comics’ #27.

Comics have made a huge resurgence in the past decade with DC and Batman holding a very dark, special place in our hearts.  Finally after all this time, Bill Finger, the dark knight’s co creator, is receiving cover credit for his very popular character Batman.  It may have taken 75 years, but his contribution is coming to light in a big way.  Congratulations to Bill Finger, and his descendants for this long overdue honor.  Do you think Bill Finger should have been recognized before this or is it the perfect way to thank him?

source: comicsalliance.com