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Below is a list of my favorite episodes from Season Two of the CW series, "ARROW". Created by Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, and Andrew Kreisberg; the series stars Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen aka the Arrow:


1. (2.21) "City of Blood" - In the wake of a family tragedy, Oliver Queen aka the Arrow, considers surrendering to his former friend-turned-enemy, Slade Wilson aka Deathstroke. But the latter decides to unleash his assault upon Starling City, regardless.

2. (2.14) "Time of Death" - Oliver introduces his former-and-current lover Sara Lance...
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Australian Arrow Promo Confirms Felicity Smoak’s Fate

Further proving that overseas trailers give away everything, a new Arrow promo from Australia reveals whether or not Felicity Smoak survived this year’s cliffhanger… though… well… let’s let Donna Smoak say it:

“The damage to her spinal cord is permanent. She’s never going to walk again.”
I just recently re-watched the Season One episode of "ARROW" called (1.20) "Home Invasion".

RUMINATIONS ON "ARROW" (1.20) "Home Invasion"

Ever since his return to Starling City after spending five years marooned on a South China island, Oliver Queen has been going after corrupt men whom his late father, Robert Queen, believed was destroying his hometown, Starling City via crime fighting activities as the vigilante, the Green Arrow (or "the Hood"). Following the destruction of the family's yacht, the Queen's Gambit, Robert handed Oliver a list of powerful and/or corrupt men whom he believed were...
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Wow. I watched Seeing Red last night (You guys in America are one episode ahead of us so no spoilers for City Of Blood! Well, seeing Moira Queen struck violently with a blade was a shocker.

But this wasn't the only bombshell! We also know that:

(1) She knew Oliver was the Arrow since (at least) the Undertaking.

(2) She paid off a girl to lie about losing Oliver's baby and leave town.

(3) She was -this- close to spilling a secret about Merlyn.

So I'm guessing with (2) that we will see this girl in season 3, or maybe even her and Oliver's son or daughter.

And of course, we'll find out what (3) was...
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Episode 05 | Aired Nov 7, 2012

'Arrow' recap: Deathstroke of Genius
Kissing, torture, and a major new villain. 'Arrow' heats up with a strong episode
By James Hibberd at

I thought my Arrow recap during Hurricane Sandy last week was a one-time stint. But your regular NYC-based recapper Nuzhat Naoreen is going to the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show tonight so editors asked me to fill in again. "Why does she get to cover the lingerie show and I have to write about that guy with the abs?" I whined. They explained the fashion show is in Manhattan and I live in Los Angeles and yadda yadda I'm writing...
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Episode 04 | Aired Oct 31, 2012

Twists galore! The Arrow in cuffs, John Barrowman arrives, a sidekick is hired, and a long-lost ship returns
By James Hibberd at

It's only the fourth episode and Oliver Queen was arrested for being The Hood?

That's a shock. Arrow already took a big story-step forward last week letting Oliver's wannabe bodyguard in on the big secret. Now all of Starling City could find out their favorite callow playboy is the mean-green vigilante. This is Homeland-style, full-speed-ahead story momentum, right there.

But first, a confession. [Recapper removes hood]. As you can...
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ARROW IN COSTUME Don't worry, next time we'll find one of Oliver in a towel.
ARROW IN COSTUME Don't worry, next time we'll find one of Oliver in a towel.
Episode 02 | Aired Oct 17, 2012

Arrow and Laurel bond over dessert; China White makes her entry
By Nuzhat Naoreen at EW

Arrow certainly got off to a solid start last week, but tonight's episode really convinced me this series is worth committing to. While the premiere focused heavily on Arrow/Oliver's backstory (and, understandably so), episode two sets up his relationships with Laurel and his bodygaurd — both of which will evidently become more significant as the season progresses. It also introduces some new players (China White!) and major plot twists. Let's discuss below:

In case you forgot...
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ISLAND FLASHBACK Oliver (Stephen Amell) nearly gives up his fight for survival.
ISLAND FLASHBACK Oliver (Stephen Amell) nearly gives up his fight for survival.
Episode 06 | Aired Nov 14, 2012

Oliver takes on a family of bank robbers; Laurel and Tommy's relationship moves forward
By Nuzhat Naoreen at

....And I'm back. Apologies for my absence, recap readers, you can blame it on Sandy and the Victoria's Secret Fashion show (no, really).

The last two episodes, which were so brilliantly recapped by my sub James Hibberd, had some significant reveals, like Oliver's mom being very much in cahoots with the enemy, and Laurel being well, um kind of annoying.

In contrast, tonight's episode didn't really deliver any truth bombs, but it did make strides in developing...
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The green Arrow season 3 is end, there is some new character.

Compared to the green arrow, there is a black arrow. Yes. I am not sure whether you love the black arrow, I do.

I love all the characters in the Green Arrow.

Here I want to show you the black arrow.


How is it looks like?

I think this is the best quality that I could find on the whole internet.

Do you love it?
Oliver (Stephen Amell) suited up at dinner.
Oliver (Stephen Amell) suited up at dinner.
Episode 07 | Aired Nov 28, 2012

Oliver falls for a beautiful assassin; Tommy gets cut-off
By Nuzhat Naoreen at EW

Disclaimer: This recap may have some holes because the commercial breaks were a bit choppy during the East Coast airing.

Well, well, guess who's found himself a new love interest? Up until tonight's episode, I assumed Oliver was going to have only two leading ladies this season: Laurel and IT girl (hey, one can hope!). But how wrong I was. Turns out, there's a third gal in the running for his heart. Meet Helena — the daughter of a dangerous mob boss, who, much like Arrow, is out for...
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Posted by Lisa Macklem

Arrow’s “Pilot” episode launched us into the action fast and furious and delivered a first rate, first episode. The story and acting were solid, the action was intense with well-choreographed sequences, and there were enough questions dropped to keep viewers interested for some time.

Greg Berlanti and Mark Guggenheim delivered a well-crafted script, and David Nutter’s expert direction kept the action moving. The cinematography was appropriately dark, gritty and atmospheric where it needed to be. There were enough flashbacks to fill in the necessary blanks so that...
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As we all know that the newly green arrow season 4 would be on in the coming days.

Here is a new good news, as a total fan of Green Arrow, we get this green arrow season 4 cosplay costume from this one movie cosplay store:


I think this would be the best designed green arrow season 4 costume. If you are a fan of this, please do not miss it.

Also you could get other kinds from them here:


For the season 4 green arrow cosplay, there is no extra hood, Also you could see the tv show, Do you think that this would be the best design when you compared it to the original character TV Show.

For the green arrow season 4 costume, it would include coat, pants, quiver, gloves, eye masks.

Do you think the eye mask is looking great too?

I am in great love of this.

"He is currently starring in the series Arrow as Malcolm Merlyn (The Dark Archer), based on the Green Arrow comic books.
John Barrowman said: "I’m going to continue with Arrow for a fourth series.
But if Doctor Who or Torchwood comes calling, the producers say that I can have time off to do it as they are all big fans.”

I will say that the idea that Oliver has chosen to trust Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) over Diggle and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards), and the fact that he kept Diggle and Felicity in the dark, we hit that issue straight on. The ramifications of those decisions are going to reverberate into season 4.
The five years Oliver Queen spent stranded on the island of Lian Yu changed him. He faced death, starvation, sickness, and people hellbent on killing him. Now he’s returned, but he’s not alone.

The Arrow add-on pack for Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham assembles the heroes (and villains) of WB’s popular show. In addition to Oliver (voiced by Arrow star Stephen Amell), you’ll be able to play as John Diggle, Felicity Smoak, Arsenal, The Huntress, Black Canary, Slade Wilson (a.k.a. Deathstroke), and Malcolm Merlyn.


So, I get on this spot and I'm reading all this 'I'm starting to hate Laurel' crap. You guys say you understand that she misses Tommy. Well, then show a little understanding. It's not like he's away on a vacation. He's dead and she feels that it's her fault and she will have to live with that. She blamed the hood to feel just a little less guilty, because it's too much to bear on her own.
I do not approve of how Laurel blamed the hood, but I do understand. People say and do messed up things when they're grieving. Seriously, it's only been three episodes and you're already complaining. God forbid tragedy ever strikes down on any of you.
I will admit that I like Felicity better than Laurel, but I had to get this off my chest, because Laurel did not deserve all the hate.
Below is a list of my five favorite episodes from Season One of the CW series, "ARROW". Created by Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, and Andrew Kreisberg; the series stars Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen aka the Arrow:


1. (1.23) "Sacrifice" - In the season finale, Oliver Queen aka the Arrow and his friends struggle to stop Malcolm Merlyn's plans to destroy Starling City's working-class neighborhood, the Glades.

2. (1.16) "Dead to Rights" - The Queen and Merlyn families become embroiled in Floyd Lawton aka Deadshot's attempt to kill Malcolm,...
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Arrow (Stephen Amell) sulks after his fourth—or is it fifth?—rejection of the night.
Arrow (Stephen Amell) sulks after his fourth—or is it fifth?—rejection of the night.
Episode 08 | Aired Dec 5, 2012

Arrow tries to change Helena; Tommy takes Laurel out to a fancy restaurant where they run into Oliver and Helena
By Nuzhat Naoreen at ew

Ok, I know I didn't really understand Helena's appeal last week but I've got to admit, she really turned it around for me tonight. It's as if I needed her and Oliver to settle into each other and, in this episode, they did. Not only did their chemistry feel a lot more organic, but their emotional attachment made more sense too. That being said, I still think she's about five kinds of crazy, but hey, she's also fun and flirty. A...
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WEAPON CHECK Arrow (Stephen Amell) gets ready to intimidate another corrupt businessman.
WEAPON CHECK Arrow (Stephen Amell) gets ready to intimidate another corrupt businessman.
Episode 03 | Aired Oct 24, 2012

Arrow and Deadshot face off; someone discovers Arrow's identity
By Nuzhat Naoreen at EW

Oh Deadshot, we barely knew ya. The infamous sharpshooter made his first—and seemingly last—appearance on tonight's episode. While we learned very little about his past (and a lot about his tatted up torso), the villain (and his poisoned bullets) helped make way for one of the series' biggest developments: Thanks to DS, someone finally knows Arrow's identity. I know. I wasn't expecting it to happen so soon either but I'm glad it did. After all, what's a hero without a sidekick?...
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I thought I would be angrier when I wrote this. I’ve made no secret of how much I love Tommy throughout the season, so I thought when he died at the end of the season finale, I would be overcome with rage and grief, that this review would be peppered with obscenities and rambling diatribes on the new level of suck this show has discovered. Instead, all I could think to write is this:

Thank you for letting him be the hero.

We saw so many colors for him tonight. The drunk schlub trying to take a swing at the best friend who took his girl. The naïve son opening his eyes to the monster his father has become. The lover willing to give his life to save the person he loves, even though she doesn’t love him. And, finally, the friend who gives the most selfless gift to a selfish man … forgiveness.

Uneven. Epic. Mind-blowing. Mind-numbingly bad. Conflicting descriptors, for certain, but also applicable to the front half of Arrow’s inaugural season. Some would argue that the ratings speak for themselves. Arrow is one of the CW’s strongest performers. Others would say that it’s a pale imitation of its previous incarnations and wonder where Justin Hartley is. Then, there are those in the middle, like myself, who have seen glimpses of brilliance and believe that the moments where the show falters are simply the program attempting to find its sea legs.

Who are you? And, which camp do you fall into?

Having gone back and re-watched certain episodes, I wondered if my perception would change. Here’s where I find myself: