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Tuesday, 09 May 2017 15:22
I was recently drawn into a thread on Facebook that asked if we thought that the Atom was/is a "B-Lister" character. My EXACT response to this--"I do NOT find the Atom, Hawkman, Hawkwoman, Zatanna, Red Tornado, Green Arrow, Black Canary, Elongated Man, Aquaman or the Martian Manhunter to be ANYTHING but A-Listers!" Read more...
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Thursday, 19 November 2015 16:19
For the second time this week I have the pleasure of reviewing the initial episode of a second story arc for the season in an episodic DC/WB show on the CW. If you missed my Flash review, feel free to read it here on site as well. So far Season 4 of Arrow has made a point to rectify its tone from last season, that was more Batman than Green Arrow as far as characterization and in tone far darker than most Green Arrow has ever been. This year began with Oliver and Felicity in coupled bliss and has intentionally labored to get lighter and more like its comic counterpart. Read more...
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Thursday, 02 April 2015 13:06
Before I talk about this week's episode of Arrow, here is a recap on last time's. John Diggle married Lyla a second, only for their attempt to start their honeymoon to suffer interruption as they got drafted back into the Suicide Squad for an assignment to rescue United States Senator Clay from kidnapping circumstances. Once the team arrived at the scene of the crime, they discovered that Clay was a crook who faked his own kidnapping to help his presidential campaign while endangering the real hostages. Fortunately, the Suicide Squad managed to save the hostages, only for team member Floyd Lawton/Deadshot to die in the explosion of he building where the crime took place. Meanwhile, Ra's Al Ghul continued on with his attempt to tempt Oliver Queen into accepting his offer to make him the next head of the League of Assassins by recruiting Arrow impersonators to kill innocent people, leading Captain Quentin Lance of the Starling City Police Department to launch a man hunt for the archer super-hero himself with Ray Palmer/The Atom offering to do his part in capturing him. Good news: Oliver proved his innocence to Ray by refusing to kill him after Ray learned of his double life. Read more...
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Thursday, 09 October 2014 10:29
10517342_457790574358980_2896331422953117_oIn the American live-action superhero television series Arrow (which is based on the Green Arrow comic books published by DC Comics), we have seen Oliver Queen on a quest to perfect himself as a hero. The first season showed him as The Hood struggling to prove his worth as a hero to those who tried to help when the police force at Starling City did not trust him. Then season 2 had Oliver as The Arrow, already welcomed as a hero by the town’s civilians, facing a crisis where evil threatens everything he cared about, but he defeated it eventually. Now, as we enter Season 3 of the series, a new chapter of Oliver Queen’s life is about to begin. Anyway, welcome to the first edition of ENR’s Arrow column, and in this edition, we are looking at the season 3 premier episode, titled “The Calm”.   Read more...
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