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    Arrow #321

    Arrow » Arrow #321 - Al Sah-him released by DC Comics on April 29, 2015.

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    THE LEAGUE OF ASSASSINS SETS THEIR SIGHTS ON NYSSA — Oliver (Stephen Amell) goes through a rigorous transformation. The League of Assassins sets their sights on Nyssa (guest star Katrina Law), who is back in Starling City training Laurel (Katie Cassidy). When Nyssa realizes they are coming, she arms up to face them alone but Laurel asks Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) and Diggle (David Ramsey) to help protect her new friend.

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    Rise of the new Ra's Al Ghul! 0

    After Oliver accepted Ra's Al Ghul's offer to replace him, Team Arrow has to deal with a new (and improved) Oliver that is tapping into his old killer instinct!The story in this episode is all about Oliver's training for his accession to Ra's Al Ghul! And part of his training is to hunt down Nyssa and bring her back to her father. But, of course, Team Arrow can't let that happen and are going to do their best to convince Oliver that he's still good and can break Ra's Al Ghul's brainwashing techn...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Dark Night of the Soul 0

    "Al Sah-him" Directed by Thor Freudenthal Story by: Beth Schwartz Teleplay by: Brian Ford Sullivan & Emilio Ortega Aldrich In their review for “Al Sah-him”, Alasdair Wilkins makes a great point on how interior this season has been in compared to prior ones. Season 1 and 2, with their clear villains in Malcolm Merlyn and Slade Wilson facilitated Oliver protecting his City stories. The stakes were outwardly represented easily and clearly. Oliver and his relationship to the City wer...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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