It's almost impossible to pick a favorite superhero, but if we are talking in terms of TV shows currently on air, then Arrow is defiantly a top contender.

Arrow follows Oliver Queen, a spoiled rich kid who is assumed to be dead after his yacht vanishes from the deep blue sea. But after being stranded on an island, Queen returns home five years later, determined to clean up his home, Starling City. By day, he is the same rich bachelor as before, but by night he transforms into a hooded vigilante, armed with a bow.

And after all the drama and action that occurred this season, we couldn't be more excited for the season finale on Wednesday, May 13 at 8 p.m on the CW.

On Monday, the CW released a new teaser poster for the finale titled "My Name is Oliver Queen," which featured Matt Nable as Ra's al Ghul, the League of Assassins' leader.

While we wait to see if Al Sah-him (Oliver's League name) takes on and embraces his new role, and the consequences that may follow, fans can catch up on past episodes on some of the popular streaming services.

Just remember that Arrow isn't the only DC Comics TV show worth a watch. Stream these DC Comics movies and TV shows in celebration of the Arrow season finale.


Arrow (2012-2013)

Replay your favorite early episodes of Arrow by streaming season one and two on Netflix.

Justice League (2001-2003)

It's Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman all battling baddies with the help of the rest of the DC Universe. What else do you need to know? 

Justice League Unlimited (2004-2005)

With an expanded cast and more morally complex stories, Justice League Unlimited is one of the best adaptations of a comic book ever put to the screen. 

Young Justice (2010)

If your favorite superheroes just happen to be sidekicks, then check out Young Justice, the animated series that follows characters like Robin and Aqualad as teens.


Arrow (2015)

If you need to get up to speed on the current season of CW's Arrow, then Hulu is the ideal streaming service. There are six episodes available to stream now, just in time for the finale.

The Flash (2014)

It might have started as an Arrow spin-off, but The Flash has quickly (pun fully intended) become the premier superhero show on TV. 

Constantine (2014-2015)

Enjoy this one while you can, because Constantine won't be coming back for season 2. 

Gotham (2014-2015)

This series follows rookie cop Jim Gordon as he tries to clean up Gotham City before Bruce Wayne is even old enough to rent a car. 

Swamp Thing (1982)

It's incredibly cheesy and might be unbearable for some of you, but Swamp Thing has a Z-grade charm that should attract horror fans and comic fans that are a little more forgiving about the early days of superhero cinema. This film is only available on Hulu Plus.

Amazon Prime Instant Video

The Flash (Classic Series) (1990)

The Flash fans can stream the first episode of the classic series starring John Wesley Shipp as Barry Allen. Season one will cost you $29.99.

Superman: The Animated Series (1996-1999)

Before Superman spent his time snapping necks and cashing checks, the Man of Steel starred in this criminally underrated animated series. 

Batman: The Animated Series (1992-1995)

Nothing beats the classic Batman: The Animated Series. Seriously, you don't need our blurb to sell you on this masterpiece. 

Batman (1989)

Before Christopher Nolan added an art-house flare to the Dark Knight, Tim Burton brought art-deco weirdness to Gotham City in this offbeat blockbuster classic. 

Batman Returns (1992)

If you thought Batman was weird, the follow-up proved to be so strange that parents actually complained to the studio! There's no better reason to take a trip down memory lane to get reacquainted with a bile-spewing Penguin and a latex-clad Catwoman. 

Don't forget to watch the season three finale of Arrow on May 13 at 8 p.m. on the CW.

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