‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its third episode of the year with “Broken Dolls,” as Oliver Queen teams with Officer Lance to find a doll-making serial killer, while Moira's trial takes a shocking turn, and Roy pursues Sin ('The Killing''s Bex Taylor-Klaus) to find the mysterious Black Canary vigilante, revealing ties to some major DC players along the way.
Last week’s ‘Arrow’ episode “Identity” saw Oliver facing both Bronze Tiger (‘The Dark Knight”s Michael Jai White) and China White (Kelly Hu), while Sebastian Blood (‘True Blood”s Kevin Alejandro) attempted to ruin the Queens' reputation, and Roy Harper finally made contact with the vigilante, so what does the third episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Will Oliver finally become the hooded hero we know from DC comics?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2's DC heavy episode 3, “Broken Dolls!”
'Arrow' has long had a history of picking top genre stars for its own, and it seems the acclaimed CW drama will be re-lighting the 'Firefly' once more. Following Summer Glau's turn on the Green Arrow drama as DC villain Isabel Rochev, Glau's former onscreen 'Firefly' brother Sean Maher will portray the villainous DC bomber Shrapnel in episode 10.
Though last week's 'Arrow' installment "Identity" may have left Oliver Queen in a pretty pickle, it's nothing against the creep factor of his latest Starling City foe. The CW has released the first official clip from this week's "Broken Dolls," the first to star 'The Killing' vet Bex Taylor-Klaus as DC character Sin, though we'll have to hope she doesn't end up with a fate quite as icky as our new villain's methodology.
This past week's 'Arrow' follow-up to season 2 premiere "City of Heroes" left the titular hero in something of a tight spot, as the Starling City police seemingly surrounded the hooded hero. But will next week's "Broken Dolls" see Oliver Queen in handcuffs? Find out in the first photos from the episode, featuring 'The Killing' star Bex Taylor-Klaus' debut as DC character Sin!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its second episode of the year with “Identity,” as Oliver Queen faces both Bronze Tiger ('The Dark Knight''s Michael Jai White) and China White (Kelly Hu), while Sebastian Blood ('True Blood''s Kevin Alejandro) attempts to ruin his family's reputation, and Roy Harper finally makes contact with the vigilante.
Last week's ‘Arrow’ premiere “City of Heroes” saw Oliver returning to find Starling City plagued by copycat vigilantes and his company under the threat of hostile takeover from Isabel Rochev (Summer Glau), while Roy Harper discovered yet another masked hero taking up a vigilante crusade, so what does the second episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Will Oliver finally become the hooded hero we know from DC comics?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2 episode 2, “Identity!”
Earlier today we caught wind of the fact that 'Arrow' villain Count Vertigo (Seth Gabel) will make his big return in season 2, but Oliver Queen may have much more pressing DC characters to deal with: Black Canary and Bronze Tiger! The mysterious blonde vigilante has finally remained still long enough for our first clear photo, while a new clip from tomorrow's "Identity" sees Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai White) doing his best Hugh Jackman.
The CW's 'Arrow' season 2 premiere may not have hit the mark in its ratings, but fans and critics were quick to cheer "City of Heroes" as on target. To that end, The CW has placed the entirety of the action-packed 'Arrow' season 2 premiere online, as well as the first photos of next week's installment "Identity," featuring 'The Dark Knight' star Michael Jai White as DC's Bronze Tiger!
‘Arrow’ lets loose the first episode of season 2 with its premiere “City of Heroes,” as Oliver Queen returns to find Starling City plagued by copycat vigilantes and his company under the threat of hostile takeover from Isabel Rochev (Summer Glau), while Roy Harper discovers yet another masked hero taking up a vigilante crusade, and Thea visits her mother in prison.
Previous ‘Arrow’ finale “Sacrifice” saw Oliver desperately trying to thwart Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman)’s plans to destroy the Glades, while Tommy decided between his friend and his father amid Oliver’s memories of fighting Edward Fyers, so what does the first episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Will Oliver finally become the hooded hero we know from DC comics?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2 premiere, “City of Heroes!”
Tonight will see The CW's emerald archer 'Arrow' reach into the quiver for a second season, opening up the new year for the Starling City vigilante with season 2 premiere "City of Heroes." Before the new season of 'Arrow' takes aim however, The CW has issued one final full-length trailer for Oliver Queen's return, along with an explosive new clip from the premiere.
Last week we brought you the exclusive reveal that 'Arrow' season 2 had cast 'Dawson's Creek' star Dylan Neal as the villainous mad DC scientist Dr. Anthony Ivo, best known to comic fans as the creator of the "Amazo" android. A superpower-mimicking robot seemed a bit too out there for The CW's Green Arrow drama, but has 'Heroes' alum Jimmy Jean-Louis officially signed on for the part?
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