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Deathstroke Returns In Promo Images For Next Week’s Arrow

After a couple of seasons with only one-off cameos for the supervillain, Manu Bennett returned as Oliver Queen’s nemesis Deathstroke in a big way at the end of Arrow season 5. After forming an uneasy alliance to defeat Prometheus, Slade Wilson will drop by Star City to ask a favor of Mayor Queen in a much-anticipated two-part storyline, which kicks off with next week’s suitably-titled “Deathstroke Returns.”

The old enemies will go on the hunt for Slade’s estranged son Joe, who’s been kidnapped by mercenaries. It sounds like it’s going to be a can’t miss outing for the show and now, you can check out some shots of the duo’s mission in the gallery of promo images below, as well as a look at what the rest of Team Arrow will get up to in the episode.

In addition to Deathstroke’s return, Vigilante
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‘Arrow: The Complete Fifth Season’ DVD Review

It feels like recently I’ve been reviewing way too many superhero series. I’ve gone from the dorky style of Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow, to the slightly more serious The Flash. Now it is time to look at Arrow: The Complete Fifth Season, which takes things even more seriously.

In Arrow: The Complete Fifth Season Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) is now mayor meaning that his balance between work and being the Arrow is even more complicated. When a new nemesis in the form of Prometheus arrives in Star City, Oliver’s eyes will be opened to who he really is, and what consequences his actions have.

While there is (normally) a light-hearted feel to the other DC shows, Arrow tends to take the darker tone. This is made obvious in this season when we see Oliver not afraid to kill his enemies for what he sees as the greater good.
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Review: Arrow: The Complete Fifth Season

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All along, showrunners Marc Guggenheim and Wendy Mericle have been telling us Arrow was seen as a five-year odyssey, intended to be the same amount of time post-Lian Yu, to show how he has grown since being stranded there. Other than that noble notion, the execution has been incredibly uneven season to season.

As the series entered its fifth year, they began the season uncertain if this was going to be its final one so they made certain things got tidied up. The tedious flashbacks had to wrap up the five years before the series’ start and move Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and his friends towards a point where, should it be canceled, viewers were left satisfied.

Somewhere during the production of the final nine episodes, they got a sixth season renewal so shifted the planning to bring things to a climax and a cliffhanger. The messy 23 episodes are
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Ragman Will Return In Arrow Season 6

After having witnessed what could only be described as a highly divisive fourth season of Arrow, devoted fans of the show such as myself were thrilled to see the producers turn things around with the fifth. Sure, matters like this are highly subjective, but I’m among the ilk that thought season 5 was among the series’ finest.

Among the many things that allowed the show to recapture its original magic was that despite it now existing in a universe populated by metahumans and mysticism, it got back to being a saga focused on urban vigilantes who (mostly) didn’t have any powers.

One of the exceptions to the rule was that of Joe Dinicol’s Rory Regan Aka Ragman. Powered by a suit comprised of rags rooted in the supernatural, he was one of the first additions to Team Arrow 2.0. And while he did likely accrue a fan base of his own,
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How ‘Arrow’ Producers Tackled the Gun Violence Debate

How ‘Arrow’ Producers Tackled the Gun Violence Debate
This week’s episode of “Arrow” will feel a bit different.

The show’s latest installment titled “Spectre of the Gun,” which airs Wednesday, tackles the highly-controversial topic of gun control. The conversation in the episode begins after a masked man shoots up the Star City mayor’s office with many of the show’s main character’s inside. Following a press screening of the episode that Variety attended, executive producer Marc Guggenheim said they had wanted to do an episode like this for awhile.

“We went into Season 5 wanting to do an episode about an issue,” he said. “I grew up on ‘St. Elsewhere’ and ‘Picket Fences’ and ‘L.A. Law,’ and I grew up in a time where it was commonplace for a one-hour drama to tackle some of the issues of the day. Somewhere along the line the industry got away from that.”

Guggenheim cited shows like “Black-ish” and “The Carmichael Show” that continue to
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Arrow Releases Two New Clips From Midseason Premiere

Well guys, this time of year can be a bit slow for the entertainment industry, and while we usually have a slew of Oscar contending movies being released, I have not seen much of that yet. In fact, it seems La La Land and Arrival are the recent releases for main contenders of the award. TV is even slower as many of our favorite shows like Arrow, Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, and The Walking Dead take a midseason break for a month or two.

But Fear Not, my hungry entertainment news loving friends, as the midseason premiere promo trailer has been released for Arrow. In addition, a clip from the return episode titled "Who Are You?" is also available for our viewing pleasure.

Black Siren


This year Arrow features Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen, David Ramsey as John Diggle, Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak, Paul Blackthorne as Quentin Lance,
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Former The Walking Dead Actress Juliana Harkavy Joins The Cast Of Arrow Season 5

According to Variety, Juliana Harkavy (The Walking Dead, Constantine, Dolphin Tale) has joined the cast of Arrow, and will make her debut during the back half of the current fifth season. Harkavy will play a detective named Tina Boland, who doesn't appear to be an established DC Comics character (I may be wrong about that, so please feel free to set me straight). Though it doesn't seem like she'll be a villain, from the sounds of this character description she will most certainly be a thorn in Oliver Queen's side. "A detective formerly of Central City, Boland is brash yet tactful, tough, speaks her mind, and is not the easiest person to impress. She also has a problem with vigilantes like Green Arrow (Stephen Amell) and his new team of recruits: Wild Dog (Rick Gonzalez), Artemis (Madison McLaughlin), Curtis Holt (Echo Kellum), and Ragman (Joe Dinicol). Arrow returns tomorrow night with "The Human Target.
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‘The Walking Dead’ Actress Juliana Harkavy Joining ‘Arrow’ (Exclusive)

‘The Walking Dead’ Actress Juliana Harkavy Joining ‘Arrow’ (Exclusive)
Juliana Harkavy (“The Walking Dead,” “Constantine”) is joining CW’s “Arrow.”

Harkavy will have a recurring role as Tina Boland, a detective formerly of Central City. Boland is brash yet tactful, tough, speaks her mind, and is not the easiest person to impress. She also has a problem with vigilantes like Green Arrow (Stephen Amell) and his new team of recruits: Wild Dog (Rick Gonzalez), Artemis (Madison McLaughlin), Curtis Holt (Echo Kellum), and Ragman (Joe Dinicol). Harkavy’s character will join in the back half of the season.

The fifth season of “Arrow” has taken Oliver back to his more violent tendencies, seeing him start to kill again. Those homicidal urges, along with his training of a new wave of vigilantes to flood the streets, will no doubt be a source of friction between him and Boland.

This isn’t Harkavy’s first time playing in the DC universe: She had a guest spot on NBC’s
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Artist Andy Poon Reveals Concept Designs For The CW's Ragman, Jesse Quick, And Hourman

The CW's DC television universe had added numerous new characters to its roster this season; the Green Arrow has a new team, The Flash has a few new speedster sidekicks, and the Legends of Tomorrow have new allies in the Justice Society of America. Artist Andy Poon revealed a few new pieces of artwork on his Instagram, showcasing concepts for some of these new additions, such as Jesse Quick (Violett Beane), Ragman, (Joe Dinicol) and Hourman (Patrick J. Adams) respectively. Check the designs out below! Do you have a favourite new character this season? Let us know in the comments!    
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Arrow season 5 episode 4 review: Penance

Tyler McCarthy Oct 27, 2016

Is Oliver Queen more fuddy duddy paternal figure than action hero in Arrow season 5? Here's our look at the latest ep...

This review contains spoilers.

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5.4 Penance

The past two episodes of Arrow have been focused heavily on building a team of newbies to help the now solo Oliver Queen in his ongoing quest to save Star City. The latest episode, Penance, was no different, except for one key thing - fun.

So far, these fresh young faces have been the functioning plot drivers of Season 5. Comprising the terrific Curtis Holt (Echo Kellum), Evelyn Sharp (Madison McLaughlin), Rory “Ragman” Regan (Joe Dinicol) and Rene “Wild Dog” Ramirez (Rick Gonzalez), this new team has been a little lacklustre thus far. It’s not their fault, they’re undergoing Oliver’s rigorous superhero training,
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An Arrow Reminder: "There's No Secret That Doesn't Eventually Get Discovered"

An Arrow Reminder:
A reminder, in case you haven't been paying attention during the previous four seasons of Arrow: "There's no secret that doesn't eventually get discovered," says executive producer Marc Guggenheim. He's specifically referring to the fact that when Barry Allen changed the timeline on The Flash, Diggle (David Ramsey) and Lyla's (Audrey Marie Anderson) daughter, Sara, turned into their son, John Jr. But that rule can apply to pretty much anything on this show. Take, for example, the fact that Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) redirected a nuclear bomb toward new Team Arrow recruit Rory's (Joe Dinicol) home. Felicity came clean at the end of "A Matter of Trust," but it's probably...
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Arrow season 5 episode 2 review: The Recruits

Tyler McCarthy Oct 13, 2016

Arrow strikes a balance between realistic superheroics and superhero realism in its latest episode, The Recruits...

This review contains spoilers.

5.2 The Recruits

The finale of Arrow Season 4 left us all scratching our heads thinking, “they sure have written themselves into a corner here, haven’t they?”

Oliver (Stephen Amell) and his estranged girlfriend, Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards), were the only members left on Team Arrow after various members quit or, you know, died. Somehow, in just two episodes, the series is edging out of that plot corner while simultaneously finding its footing in an expanding TV universe.

First, let’s go all the way back. The series started in 2012 with a heavily bearded man being discovered on a deserted island after five years stranded. That man ended up being the highly-trained archer and vigilante now known as The Green Arrow. Bob’s your uncle, a Deathstroke here,
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David Ramsey Reveals A Fractured Team In New Arrow Season 5 Promo

David Ramsey catches you up on where you'll find Oliver, Thea, Diggle and Felicity at the start of season 5.   Out of all of the upcoming storylines, which are you most interested in following?   It seems Felicity is dating someone new, Oliver is having  a terribly difficult time juggling his duties as Mayor and crime-fighter and Diggle has returned to the military.  As for Thea, it seems she's picking up Oliver's slack in the legislative department and handling things as well as could be expected.   However, despite all of these changes it's really just a matter of time before things return to the status quo.  It will be interesting to see just how long the new Team Members - Wild Dog (Rick Gonzalez), Artemis (Madison McLaughlin), Ragman (Joe Dinicol)  and Mr. Terific (Echo Kellum) stick around. If you're on the fence, what does the season 5 premiere need to show you in
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New Fall CW Promo Video Reveals Arrow's New Helmet For Diggle

In what looks like behind-the-scenes footage from The CW's Dare to Defy and Superhero Fight Club 2.0 promos, we get our first glimpse of the long-promised, redesigned helmet for original Team Arrow member, Diggle aka Spartan (David Ramsey). Arrow season 5 will see Diggle return to the  military but for undisclosed reasons, he returns home and isn't thrilled to find Oliver (Stephen Amell) training a whole new team.  However, he's apparent.y won over as previously released footage has shown Diggle training Wild Dog (Rick Gonzalez), Artemis (Madison McLaughlin), Ragman (Joe Dinicol)  and Mr. Terific (Echo Kellum). Arrow kicks off a brand new season, this Wednesday at 8/7c on The CW.  Will you be tuning in?
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Arrow Season 5 Trailer: A Killer Oliver, Felicity's Beau, Dig Returns and More

Arrow Season 5 Trailer: A Killer Oliver, Felicity's Beau, Dig Returns and More
Oliver Queen is, once again, a killing machine.

In a new trailer for Arrow Season 5, the masked hero puts death-by-lethal force back on the table, which is a “a huge step backwards,” in Thea’s opinion.

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While Oliver certainly makes his might known on the streets of Star City, taking out criminals left and right, he can’t do it alone. With Big Bad Prometheus on the streets murdering people, Team Arrow takes in some new recruits, who are put through the ringer by Ol and Dig. And
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Arrow Season 5 Poster Highlights Oliver's Fight for His City

Arrow Season 5 Poster Highlights Oliver's Fight for His City
When it comes to posters promoting new seasons of returning shows, we always appreciate a fresh, dedicated photo shoot — as The CW’s Arrow has done to tout Season 5.

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The dramatic poster released on Wednesday via social media features Stephen Amell in a hero shot, clad in the latest upgrade to Green Arrow’s costume, previewing “His Fight, His City, His Legacy.”

As revealed in the logline for the new season, Oliver — with Diggle and Thea now out of the mix and Laurel no longer with us (R.I.P.
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Arrow: First Season 5 Photos Feature Masked Prometheus, Lotsa Russians

Arrow: First Season 5 Photos Feature Masked Prometheus, Lotsa Russians
We don’t yet know who’s playing him, but the mystery villain Prometheus looms large in the first set of photos from Arrow Season 5.

There’s also Oliver in a suit that is neither green nor leather, a Speedy sighting and the return of frenemy Anatoly Knyazev (played by David Nykl), who is accompanied by seemingly half the population of Luchegorsk.

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Arrow Season 5 Promo: Laurel Gets a [Spoiler], Oliver's New Foes and More

Arrow Season 5 Promo: Laurel Gets a [Spoiler], Oliver's New Foes and More
Arrow is honoring dearly departed Laurel’s legacy in a very big way in a new teaser for Season 5.

Black Canary may be gone, but her memory lives on as Star City unveils a statue of the costumed crimefighter while Oliver contemplatively looks on. (Her portrayer, Katie Cassidy — who is now a series regular across Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow — will return in the season opener to spill what Laurel told Oliver before her death.)

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As the reminder of his friend’s sacrifice looms, the archer must
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Arrow Casts Rocky IV's Dolph Lundgren as Russian Big Bad

Arrow Casts Rocky IV's Dolph Lundgren as Russian Big Bad
“I must break… Oliver Queen.”

Rocky IV opponent Dolph Lundgren has booked a recurring role on Season 5 of The CW’s Arrow, it was announced on Thursday at the Television Critics Association summer press tour.

“In our flashbacks, which are set in Russia this season, we are going to be bringing in Dolph Lundgren as a Big Bad,” showrunner Wendy Mericle said.

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