'Arrow' Preview: Oliver Faces "Betrayal" At the Hands of Deathstroke!

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This Wednesday's all-new 'Arrow' installment "Vertigo" could prove the CW series' most exciting to date, introducing a dangerous new villain in the form of Seth Gabel's twisted "The Count," a new drug purveyor to Starling City. That said, February 6 episode "Betrayal" has DC and genre fans abuzz, marking the first appearance of 'Spartacus: War of the Damned' star Manu Bennett as Deathstroke's unmasked alter-ego Slade Wilson! The CW has uncovered the full set of photos for the outing, so get a first look at Oliver Queen's island face-off with Deathstroke inside!

Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) has plenty of villains to face in the coming weeks, but none will prove as physically deadly as Manu Bennett's Slade Wilson, unmasked as Deathstroke for the first time in February 6 episode "Betrayal. The CW has released the full set of photos from the episode, highlighting Slade in action as well as the present-day drama of Oliver showing his mother Moira (Susanna Thompson) of his father's notebook.

From The CW's official press release:

DAVID ANDERS ('ONCE UPON A TIME,' 'THE VAMPIRE DIARIES') GUEST STARS — Cyrus Vanch (Anders), a nefarious criminal, is recently released from prison and intends to re-secure his position as leader of the underworld. His first step is to take down his biggest opponent in the city – Arrow (Stephen Amell). Meanwhile, Oliver shows Moira (Susanna Thompson) his father’s notebook and questions her about the names on the list. Thea (Willa Holland) is miserable as she starts her internship with Laurel (Katie Cassidy) at the legal aid office and Detective Lance (Paul Blackthorne) makes a deadly mistake that puts Laurel in the crosshairs of Vanch.

Take a look at the photos from 'Arrow's February 6 outing "Betrayal" below, and tell us what upcoming episodes you're most excited to see in the comments!

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