Full disclosure; I was grinning ear to ear the day I drew this!
He will always be Todd on OLTL!
Watch her expressions change, she did great with that. She went from, “Holy crap, I actually did it! I hope he doesn’t kill us!” to “Hey it’s ok, calm down, he didn’t kill us!” to “Isn’t this cool?” in like a few seconds.
The newest villain to be added to the CW’s comic book-themed drama series “Arrow” is Danny “Brick” Brickwell, to be played by former English professional soccer player, Vinnie Jones [“X-Men: The Last Stand”]. Jones’ Brick character is notorious for his seemingly impermeable skin – good for deflecting arrows – and will make life difficult for…
Cool, he was the only significant Green Arrow villain that hadn’t yet appeared in Arrow in some form. If you aren’t familiar with him, you can get the rundown here.
Danielle Panabaker + Snowbarry
Haven’t seen this before! Wow, I didn’t expect her to talk up their relationship so much!
I say we take this gif and make it reach unspeakable amount of notes.
Taking my vitamin.
I don’t know who this is or what show it’s from, but it’s literally the hottest kiss I’ve ever seen. And I just watched Outlander. Thanks for sharing this.
That, m’dear, is ARROW. And he kept his lips just touching hers for almost two whole seconds and I almost lost consciousness.
I like it - even non Arrow fans feel the power of Olicity!
The fact that someone who doesn’t know about this show found 1 second of this 12 second kiss “literally the hottest kiss” they’ve ever seen….ISTFG they better win an award for this kiss.
yes. i needed this today.
the fuck is olliver doing on the flash
also “Cool” u boyz~
They met in episodes 8 and 9 of Arrow’s second season, before Barry got his powers.
Look at Caitlin being all cute in that 4th gif. :)
This is captured from CW Flash promo from
Is that really Felicity?? Is that Emily Bett Rickards??
Someone help clarify this. My eyes are playing tricks?
Yes that’s her. It’s only logical that she’d want to see how Barry is doing, now that he’s finally out of the coma.
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Emily Bett Rickards and Stephen Amell in the Arrow episode “Sara.” Photo Credit: Cate Cameron/The CW.
Not all shows give their characters appropriate time to grieve when they lose a loved one, and Arrow has been, in the past, no exception. However, this week’s episode, aptly named “Sara,” was a brilliant example of how to honor a fallen…