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Friday, 05 February 2016 15:37
Welcome intrepid reader to the continuing thematic analysis and plot breakdown of the episodic vigilante crime drama Arrow. Throughout season four I have been lucky to be your host and guide as we discuss the directions and artistic components of this show that has set a template for the other DC superhero shows on TV. Read more...
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Thursday, 05 November 2015 16:04
Normally, I review The Flash here on ENR but Arrow, after a 3 season delay, has caught my attention and it is an amazing privilege to review it here for you. Especially after the  great attention it got last season from ENR. Read more...
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Thursday, 14 May 2015 14:28
This week, the third season of the American live-action superhero television series Arrow had come to an end, but the series is still far from over. But before I discuss the final two episodes of this season ("This is Your Sword" and "My Name is Oliver Queen"), I thought I present a little recap of what happened in the last two ("The Fallen" and "Al Sa-Him") in case some of you did not get the chance to see them. It went like this: After Ra's Al Ghul assassinated Thea Queen, her half brother Oliver agreed to accept the killer's offer to make him the next head of the League of Assassins so that Thea could be resurrected, except the rest of Team Arrow was unhappy with Oliver's decision. Read more...
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Thursday, 07 May 2015 17:53
A few weeks ago, we have witnessed on Arrow, a tragic event where Oliver Queen's sidekick Roy Harper ended up being sent to jail after lying to the police about him being the Arrow in an effort to spare Oliver from suffering and take opportunity to recover from his unintended act of murder back in the time of the Deathstroke war. Fortunately, Roy's death was faked so that he could be out of jail, only for him to leave his friends at Team Arrow. Then Ra's Al Ghul made his next move to get Oliver to give in to his demand for him to take over as head of the League of Assassins: assassinate his half-sister Thea Queen. Anyway, it has been a couple of weeks since ENR presented to you anything regarding what happened since Roy Harper's departure episode. As a first, I present to you, an Arrow episode double-bill feature as we are nearing the end of season, which makes sense as the episodes shared together a premise. This time, we are looking at "The Fallen" and "Al Sa-Him". Read more...
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Thursday, 16 April 2015 16:48
Last time's episode of Arrow was an episode full of tragedy and terror for the most part, and here is a recap in case you missed it. Ra's As Ghul's plot to get Oliver Queen/Arrow to accept his offer to make him the next head of the leagues of Assassins continued on as Maseo killed the Starling City mayor, serving as one of the league's Arrow impersonators, and Ray Palmer, without his A.T.O.M. suit, was unfortunately among the wounded, though he managed to avoid death in the hospital thanks to Felicity Smoak as well as her mother, managed to create a diversion to prevent the doctors from stopping Felicity from saving Ray's life with his experimental nanobots.   As for Oliver and the rest of Team Arrow, they, unlike Ray himself, faced tragedy and terror for the whole episode without any happy ending; Captain Quentin Lance and the SCPD spent the whole episode tormenting them with chases all around the Starling City with no safe place for Team Arrow to hide, not even in the Arrow cave, and once the police captain himself learned the secret identity of the Arrow from Ra's Al Ghul, who never spoke a word to him about his true plot, the whole town became against Team Arrow, leading to Oliver's decision to surrender himself to the police in hope of foiling Ra's' plan to continue framing him. However, in an unexpected turn of events, Roy Harper/Arsenal allowed himself to get arrested by the Starling City police after he lied that he was Arrow in hope of saving Oliver from facing jail time.That was last week's episode, and now we focus our attention to this week's tragic episode "Broken Arrow". Read more...
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Thursday, 26 February 2015 07:22
Nanda ParbatLast time on Arrow was one hell of a time of terror. As Oliver Queen/Arrow and his half-sister Thea were visiting the island Oliver was stranded on during his years before becoming the Hood, they were going through what was meant to be a test to determine if they could overcome their fears in time to be prepared for when they and Malcolm Merlyn face League of Assassins leader Ra' Al Ghul. Unfortunately, things would prove to be more dangerous than expected when they ended up becoming targets of Slade Wilson (also known as "Deathstroke"), whom Oliver had not seen since their fight in Starling City back in the season 2 finale. Read more...
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Thursday, 12 February 2015 10:31
Shot 1 for Arrow S3E13In the last three episodes of Arrow (the "Black Canary" trilogy that is), Team Arrow sought out to prove its capability of taking care of Starling City during Oliver Queen's/Arrow's absence from the town after his fight with Ra's Al Ghul. Eventually, a new super-heroine had begun: Black Canary. However, during the war with Brick and his gang, John Diggle, Roy Harper/Arsenal, Felicity Smoak, and Laurel Lance had their obstacles to face with Laurel as Black Canary struggling to prove her worth as a super-heroine as set backs in the battlefield caused the her pain of losing her sister Sara returned. Even Malcolm Merlyn had his obstacles when he tried to be the good guy as his daughter refused to leave town despite Ra's Al Ghul's upcoming arrival and much of Team Arrow voted to reject his offer to join forces with the team. Read more...
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Thursday, 05 February 2015 07:38
arrow1Last time on Arrow was part 2 of the show's Black Canary trilogy. So far, Laurel Lance, as Black Canary, found her worth as a super-heroine being put to the test when she battled Brick. Throughout the conflict, she suffered injuries that caused the pain of her losing her sister Sara (a.k.a. "Canary") to return, leading her to almost give up on surpassing her dead sister. Fortunately, she managed to pass the test to prove her worthiness as a heroine with the help of Roy Harper/Arsenal, John Diggle, and Felicity Smoak, who decided to return to Team Arrow when realizing that Oliver Queen's/Arrow's absence could never in the way of the team's being able to help those in danger. Meanwhile, Malcolm Merlyn found himself debating with his daughter Thea Queen on how to deal with Ra's Al Ghul when he comes to find them, whether it was to exit Starling City or stay and fight back. Most importantly, Seo provided way for Oliver to avoid capture from the League of Assassins after Oliver recovered from his fight with Ra's Al Ghul, but unknown to Oliver and Tatsu (Seo's wife), Seo is still helping the League hunt down Malcolm Merlyn. Now, we arrive at the point where we look at the final part of Arrow's Black Canary trilogy, "Uprising". Read more...
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