As a fan, I want all of the Marvel TV projects to be successful. I am a comic book fan.
As always, things happen sooner rather than later on 'Arrow.'
Every season, we spend what really should be our hiatus, and what really should be me relaxing on a beach, planning out the whole season.
I actually feel like comic book movies need to be better than your average movie.
I happen to like dark, and I like the fact that 'Arrow' is a pretty dark show, particularly for a network show.
I remember the dark days when, thanks to 1966's 'Batman' with Adam West, comics were considered the ugly stepchild of popular culture.
I think 'Green Lantern' has the potential to be a very highly regarded superhero movie. We're approaching it with such respect and such care.
I'm a huge fan of 'The Six Million Dollar Man' and I love the episodes where they would cross over with 'The Bionic Woman.'
I'm not much of a salesman. I prefer the soft sell and the honest approach.
In DC Comics, Blue Devil is a superhero who came out of a movie.
In the writers' room, when we talk about each episode, we first talk about the character journey of the episode.
It's always really hard to kill off someone who you just really enjoy working with, writing for, and seeing on the screen.
It's funny: I like being surprised as a reader, so it's difficult for me to spoil my own stuff.
On 'Arrow,' we have Ray Palmer and Roy Harper, and if you call Roy 'Ray' and Ray 'Roy,' you have to put money into the jar.
One of the things I do well - I think, anyway - is combining different tones.
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