‘Arrow’ lets loose another episode with its eighteenth outing of the series “Salvation,” as Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) races to track down a new vigilante villain known as "The Savior," who soon ensnares Roy Harper (Colton Haynes) in his web, while Laurel learns a shocking secret about her sister's disappearance from her mother Dinah ('Doctor Who's Alex Kingston).
Last week’s ‘Arrow’ episode “The Huntress Returns” saw Oliver reluctantly cooperating with a returning Helena Bertinelli (Jessica De Gouw) to track down her father, while Tommy wrestled with Oliver’s secret and Thea attempted to get Roy Harper to leave his life of crime with a job at Oliver’s club. So, what does the eighteenth episode of ‘Arrow’ bring? Does it hit the same bulls-eye as the first 17 episodes?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’s latest episode, “Salvation!”
Tonight's all-new 'Arrow' installment "Salvation" will see Colton Haynes' Roy Harper at his most involved yet, as the character becomes an unwitting hostage of new Starling City villain "The Savior," and has his first encounter with Oliver Queen's vigilante figure "The Hood." DC comics fans well know that Harper will one day strike up a bow alongside Green Arrow under a number of DC names, but will tonight's "Salvation" get the arrow rolling? Hear what Colton Haynes says of Roy Harper's future inside!
The CW's 'Arrow' has climbed to dizzying heights on the way to its first season climax, to be continued with March 20 episode "The Huntress Returns," but that hasn't stopped the DC comics-adapted archer drama from making some major improvements for its second run. Following the recent upgrade of Emily Bett Rickards to series regular, 'Arrow' has similarly upgraded guest star Colton Haynes' Roy Harper for season 2! Find out how "Speedy" Haynes' ascension will be for 'Arrow' season 2 inside!
‘Arrow’ lets loose another episode with its fifteenth outing of the series “Dodger,” as Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) goes up against the latest criminal making his way through Starling City ('Battlestar Galactica's James Callis), while Thea tracks down the troubled young Roy Harper ('Teen Wolf's Colton Haynes) after the youth steals her purse.
Last week’s ‘Arrow’ episode “The Odyssey” saw Oliver grievously wounded and in need of Felicity Smoak (newly-minted series regular Emily Bett Rickards)’s help, while flashing back to his time on the island training with Slade Wilson (‘Spartacus‘ Manu Bennett) for a deadly mission to overtake an airstrip. So, what does the fifteenth episode of ‘Arrow’ bring? Does it hit the same bulls-eye as the first 14 episodes?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’s latest episode, “Dodger!”
The CW's 'Arrow' has introduced a number of DC characters into the mix from its first 14 episodes alone, but tonight's "Dodger" might prove the most important yet. As Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) deals with the titular menace (played by 'Battelstar Galactica' vet James Callis), Thea "Speedy" Queen will have a brush with the law of her own as she encounters Glades purse-snatcher Roy Harper (Colton Haynes)! So what will happen when "Speedys" collide? Get a sneak peek of tonight's 'Arrow' inside!
Now that we know 'Arrow' will officially return for a second season this fall, we can look forward to a wealth of new DC characters to be introduce over the course of the series, perhaps even more so than appeared in the first season. And while this past week's "Betrayal" dropped a big mythology bomb introducing Slade Wilson ('Spartacus' Manu Bennett), upcoming episode "Dodger" will introduce 'Teen Wolf' star Colton Haynes as Roy Harper, better known for a variety of Green Arrow ally aliases! Get a first look at Roy Harper's appearance on 'Arrow' inside!
2013 has been a good year for The CW's 'Arrow,' introducing a host of DC characters like Slade Wilson and Vertigo, played by recognizable genre stars, while coming weeks of the network's Green Arrow adaptation will feature a great many more. Following the tense cliffhanger of this past week's "Betrayal," The CW has released a brand-new trailer for the season, previewing the likes of Colton Haynes' Roy Harper and 'Battlestar Galactica' vet James Callis' The Dodger! Check out the latest looks at the DC players of 'Arrow' inside!
In case you haven't already heard, The CW's 'Arrow' returns tonight with 2013 premiere episode "Burned," the first in a series of episodes over the coming months that introduce a number of DC characters into the mix. One particular addition we haven't heard much about is the introduction of 'Teen Wolf' star Colton Haynes as famed DC hero Roy Harper, alter-ego of a number of identities throughout the comics, so what does 'Arrow' executive producer Marc Guggenheim have to say about the red in 'Arrow's future?
Only eight episodes into its freshman season and already featuring a wealth of DC characters , The CW's 'Arrow' has made plenty of winks and nods to its comic origins. Apart from future Black Canary Ms. Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy), fans have been clamoring for Oliver Queen's sister Thea "Speedy" Queen to pick up a bow and join her brother in his quest to save the city. However, now that 'Teen Wolf' star Colton Haynes has joined the cast as fellow DC comics "Speedy" Roy Harper, will he beat her to it?
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