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Arrow "Sins of the Father" Review: Different but Dumb
Pitting Malcolm and Nyssa against one another and leaving Team Arrow trapped in the middle was a fun way for Arrow break routine.
Season 4 Episode 12, "Unchained", Reactionary Review
Feb 05, 2016
There's More To The Calculator Than A Super Wack Codename
Instead of taking forever to do a recap (they take me forever cuz I watch so much tv I almost never remember what happened last episode), I’m just gonna jump into the new episode and remember/recap anything important as I go if need be:

Oh that's right, I forgot that Neal McDonough's wife is triflin as f*ck too. She's in on the whole thing with him. I can't really blame her tho cuz he's Neal McDonough and I would do anything for him too. I mean have you seen his eyes?!

Damn. So Nyssa's trying to kill Malcolm. Do you girl. Although, I do kinda like Malcolm. I know I shouldn't but I can't help it.

Some of Malcolm's men have turned on him! I guess it really is hard to find good help these days.

Thea passed ...Read more
add it all up
Feb 04, 2016
Arrow "Unchained" Review: Of Web-Nukes and Civil Wars
Roy returned, an unwilling flunky for the cunning Calculator, who was primed to use a web-nuke to destroy the city.
Feb 03, 2016
The Flash and Supergirl Will Unite for a Crossover
After months of speculation, it's finally happening.
Jan 30, 2016
Waller's Death and Women on Arrow
During S3, I wrote that “there’s always the chance that… Amanda Waller will be unnecessarily killed sometime around the season finale.” Luckily, Waller not only survived the S3 finale but also returned in the S4 premiere to set the flashback arc in motion. Her second appearance in S4, however, wasn't as useful.

I understand that Arrow is a comic book adaption, and that characters need to die to show the dangerous reality of vigilante life. It's easy for fans to get bored with shows that continuously put characters in danger only to snatch them away for the ...Read more
wounds old and new
Jan 28, 2016
Arrow "A.W.O.L." Review: Been Here, Done This
The Diggle brothers had to put aside their differences to stop Shadowspire from destroying A.R.G.U.S. while Felicity struggled with her place in the team.
awards season
Jan 27, 2016
Black-ish, Arrow, Orphan Black, and Sense8 Are Among the 2016 GLAAD Media Awards Nominees
The list of LGBT-friendly shows keeps growing and growing.
Season 4 Episode 10, "Blood Debts", Reactionary Review
Jan 22, 2016
Well, At Least Now We Know Who's NOT In the Grave
Hey guys, I’m back! I kinda disappeared in December and I didn’t post a “review” for the last two episodes of Arrow. Sorry about that, I had some health sh*t going on and I got super behind on the million shows I watch. Fortunately, now things are better and I have hope to be able to stay up on my episodes. Instead of a brief recap, I’m just gonna give my thoughts going into the episode: FELICITY BETTER NOT BE DEAD! I’M GONNA LOSE MY SH*T. If someone is gonna bite it, dear gawd I hope it’s Laurel. Also, I can’t wait to for Neal McDonough to get it poppin (pun intended) with all that damn corn he has stored away like it’s the end of times or something. The f*ck does he need with all that corn? I NEED ...Read more
payback's unpleasant
Jan 21, 2016
Arrow "Blood Debts" Review: Revenger's Paradise
Oliver's plan to hunt down and kill Darhk suffered a number of complications, including the return of a grudge-holding Anarky.
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Oliver Queen/Green Arrow
Laurel Lance
John Diggle
Felicity Smoak
Thea Queen

Arrow is a modern retelling of the DC Comic character Green Arrow. Multi-millionaire playboy Oliver Queen is missing, and presumed dead after a shipwreck at sea. He is found five years later, having survived on a desert island off his wits and by mastering the bow and arrow. When he returns to Starling City however, he discovers that it is rife with corruption and crime. Oliver decides to put his skills to use by taking on the persona of Arrow and becoming the vigilante that Starling City needs.

The show stars Stephen Amell in the title role.

Green Arrow has been portrayed two times by a real life actor, and voiced in twelve separate cartoon/animations starting in 1973.