How Arrow will expand the DC Universe on television

With Batman popping up in the next Superman movie, it looks like we'll finally be seeing the DC Universe coming together on the big screen. But Arrow is already planning to bring more DC characters to television, even as Season Two zooms in on the show's core characters. » 7/25/13 7:30am 7/25/13 7:30am

We saw this week's new episode of Arrow – plus more things to come!

This weekend at Wondercon, we got to see the next episode of the superhero show Arrow, in which everything changes for one character. And we also saw a sizzle reel of scenes from some other upcoming episodes. Not only that, but the cast and producer Marc Guggenheim hinted that we'll be seeing a lot of a character you… » 3/31/13 3:16pm 3/31/13 3:16pm

How will Arrow escape the curse of superhero TV shows?

Television is littered with failed superhero TV shows. If you don't count Person of Interest, then only the only successful superhero shows of the past decade are Smallville and (for a while) Heroes. So how will Arrow, the new DC Comics adaptation launching on the CW this fall, avoid the curse of the superhero show?… » 7/20/12 3:51pm 7/20/12 3:51pm

io9 Talks To Marc Guggenheim About Life After Alien Invasions

When Marc Guggenheim isn't finishing up the first draft for the Green Lantern superhero movie (its nearly finished), he's writing Amazing Spider-Man, Young X-Men, the Wolverine video game, and producing the movie Resurrection (based on his comic book about the aftermath of an alien invasion.) Fortunately for us, Marc… » 5/09/08 3:37pm 5/09/08 3:37pm

Finally, An Alien Invasion Movie That Shows The Awful Aftermath

What happened after the tripods were defeated in War Of The Worlds? Was it business as usual for Earthlings? Was there looting, murder and mayhem, or had humans learned to love thy neighbor? How does a society regroup from an interplanetary war? Marc Guggenheim's post-apocalyptic comic Resurrectiondeals with just these … » 5/01/08 1:00pm 5/01/08 1:00pm