The Hawkman character will pop up on The CW's Arrow and The Flash before the midseason spinoff Legends of Tomorrow.
Jeri Ryan has signed on to portray Jessica Danforth in Season 4 of The CW's Arrow, while J.R. Bourne is playing villain Double Down.
Legends of Tomorrow showrunner calls the first season a standalone adventure, and says the DC TV show is an anthology series.
Jimmy Akingbola has signed on to play the DC Comics villain Baron Blitzkrieg in a recurring role on Season 4 of The CW's Arrow.
White Canary will show up in the first few episodes of Arrow Season 4, with Caity Lotz setting up her character before DC's Legends of Tomorrow.
The CW's Arrow has hired Alexander Calvert to play Anarky, while Fox's Gotham has brought on Natalie Alyn Lind for Silver St. Cloud.
Echo Kellum has landed the recurring role of Mr. Terrific in Season 4 of The CW's Arrow, who works at Palmer Technologies.
Stephen Amell and producer Wendy Mericle are talking to DC about bringing John Constantine back for Arrow Season 4.
Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 was the most tweeted movie at Comic-Con, beating Dawn of Justice and Star Wars.
Arrow and The Flash stars Stephen Amell, Grant Gustin and Carlos Valdes lend their voices to CW Seed's Vixen, debuting August 25.
New costumes for Arrow and Diggle are unveiled and two characters were announced for Season 4 during the CW show's Comic-Con panel.
Fans who attended DC's Superhero Saturday Night Comic-Con panel were treated to new trailers for CW's Arrow and The Flash, both returning this fall.
Stephen Amell brings a first look at Oliver Queen's new Arrow Season 4 suit to Comic-Con.
Witness the DC Comics origins from Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow in an epic new trailer for all three series.
Neal McDonough is set to play a mysterious villain when Arrow returns in the fall for Season 4.
Fans who walk the Comic-Con floor will see costumes from Arrow and The Flash along with a number of gadgets from The CW shows.
Stars from Vampire Diaries, Gotham, The 100 & more offer their personal take on the unique experience known as Comic-Con.
Arrow, The Flash, Gotham and Supergirl are featured on new covers of TV Guide Magazine, which fans can pick up at Comic-Con.
Warner Bros. TV has revealed 13 new bags that will be handed out to Comic Con 2015 attendees.