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OLIVER SEARCHES FOR AN IDENTITY BEYOND THE ARROW — With crime in Starling City at an all-time low thanks to the Arrow (Stephen Amell) and his team, Oliver thinks he can finally balance being both the Arrow and Oliver Queen and asks Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) out on a date. However, when a new villain (guest star Peter Stormare) emerges, who has claimed the name Vertigo from the recently deceased Count, Oliver is caught off-guard and someone close to him is hurt. Oliver and a newly suited up Roy (Colton Haynes) take on the Count. Meanwhile, Diggle (David Ramsey) becomes a father, Lance (Paul Blackthorne) is promoted to Captain, Laurel (Katie Cassidy) joins Arrow’s inner circle and Felicity gets a part-time job at a tech store to make ends meet. Also, Oliver fights to regain his company, Queen Consolidated, but comes up against a very worthy opponent – the charming Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh).

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Arrow is back and stronger than ever! 0

Five months have gone by since Team Arrow saved Starling City from the brink of destruction at the hands of Slade. Now, we see what events will take place in the 3rd season of the critically acclaimed superhero TV series, that constantly impresses! That story though! This first episode of season 3 started off perfect! New characters, new problems, and a new story! Three things that drives this series forward and keeps it fresh! So, the first thing I will be talking about is the story. One of th...

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Through the Storm we Reach the Shore 0

Directed by Glen Winter Story by: Greg Berlanti & Andrew Kreisberg Teleplay by: Marc Guggenheim & Jake Coburn Arrow second season was such consistent entertainment, fun to watch, solid writing (even if they speak the theme a bit too often), an improved Stephen Amell and an expansion of the Arrow universe that now includes The Flash, Task Force X, the League of Assassins, and meta human powers from time to time. The most surprising part about this aggressive expansion, it felt utterly nat...

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