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Monday, 15 February 2016 14:17
Wrapping up last week’s walkthroughs of the DCTVU that I am privileged to be your guide for, is Arrow and the thirteenth episode of this series is much like the thirteenth episode of Supergirl and of The Flash, it is the setup to a new story arc by the resolutions of loose ends. We have seen why this show is the template for the others and how the new lighter tone for Arrow really works as long as it seems a struggle. Read more...
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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, 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, 19 March 2015 11:12
Arrow the Offer Shot 3 In case you missed last time's episode of Arrow, here is a recap. Remember when Oliver and Thea Queen almost got killed by Slade Wilson? Well, Thea's bitterness over her father Malcolm Merlyn's nearly getting her killed as well as his drugging her (which caused her to kill Sara Lance) drove her to get him kidnapped by the League of Assassins. Good news: Team Arrow managed to take League of Assassins leader Ra's Al Ghul's daughter Nyssa as prisoner. Bad news: Thea started to suffer pains of guilt, and although Oliver and Diggle went to Nanda Parbat to rescue Malcolm from assassination by Ra's' army (hoping to save Thea from having to face the pain getting someone of her own family blood killed), Thea's pains got even worse, leading her to free Nyssa from her prison in the hope of the assassin executing her for killing Sara, even though it was not her fault. As for Oliver and Diggle, they got captured by the League of Assassins and placed in captivity. Now, we look at this week's Arrow adventure, "The Offer", but be warned as spoilers are contained in this commentary. 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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Friday, 31 October 2014 09:52
arrow-logo-imgIn case some of you missed last time’s episode of the American superhero television series Arrow, Oliver Queen (also known as “The Arrow”), John Diggle, and Roy Harper (a.k.a. “Arsenal”) travelled to Corto Maltese and brought Oliver’s half-sister Thea back to Starling City while Laurel Lance took another step in her transition to becoming the successor of her dead sister Sara (also known as the “Canary”) by getting herself a trainer. Now, we are looking at this time’s episode “The Magician” in this edition of ENR’s Arrow column.   Read more...
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