This past week's 'Arrow' episode "The Huntress Returns" might have been something of a bust in reprising the character of Helena Bertinelli (Jessica De Gouw) a bit too soon, but we're hoping that isn't the case when Oliver Queen tangles with "The Count" (Seth Gabel) once more in April 3 episode "Unfinished Business." The CW has released all-new photos of the character's return episode, but will Oliver be able to keep his head on straight this time? Find out the latest from The CW's 'Arrow' inside!
The CW's 'Arrow' will have plenty of leftover conflicts to resolve when Helena Bertinelli (Jessica De Gouw) comes back to Starling City March 20 for "The Huntress Returns," but what of the "Unfinished Business" with The Count ('Fringe's' Seth Gabel) and his "Vertigo," who was last seen being dragged off to a psych ward? 'Arrow's' deadliest threat will soon return, so find out what brings "Vertigo" back into play in an upcoming episode inside!
‘Arrow’ lets loose another episode with its twelfth outing of the series “Vertigo,” as Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) looks to exonerate his sister by bringing "The Count" (Seth Gabel) to justice, while Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) reveals a secret to Oliver.
Last week’s ‘Arrow’ episode “Trust But Verify” saw Oliver at odds with Diggle over his former commanding officer-turned armored car robber Ted Gaynor (Ben Browder), while Thea suspected her mother of having an affair with Malcolm Merlyn. So, what does the twelfth episode of ‘Arrow’ bring? Does it hit the same bulls-eye as the first 11 episodes?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’s latest episode, “Vertigo!”
Tonight's all-new 'Arrow' episode "Vertigo" will mark an important turning point for the series, as Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell)'s war on crime finally has the 'Batman Begins'-style effect of creating more outlandish criminals, first seen with 'Fringe' star Seth Gabel's "The Count." we've heard all about how the Count Vertigo-inspired character borrows a page or two from Heath Ledger's iconic Joker, but how would you like to see the character in action? Get a first look at 'Arrow's creepy new villain from tonight's "Vertigo" inside!
Okay, so 'Arrow's 2013 premiere episode "Burned" didn't stoke the fires as much as we'd hoped, but The CW's vigilante series still has some serious geek credit to burn in the coming weeks, introducing a wealth of DC characters into the freshman archer drama. Most buzzworth is that of 'Fringe' star Seth Gabel's turn as DC villain "The Count" in January 30 episode "Vertigo," so what can we expect based on The CW's new batch of photos? Has Oliver Queen found his footing for his greatest challenge yet?
Among the many challenges facing 'Arrow's Oliver Queen in his 2013 return, including the villainous Firefly and a return to the mysterious island, perhaps none have us so excited to see in action as 'Fringe' star Seth Gabel's turns as DC Comics villain Count Vertigo! Dubbed "The Count" for 'Arrow's more real-world incarnation, Gabel's Vertigo will appear in the January 30 episode of the same name, so how would you like a first look? Check out 'Arrow's version of "Vertigo" inside!
To date The CW's 'Arrow' has earned itself some serious geek credibility, not only in weaving multiple DC characters into its first season, but for casting recognizable genre stars to play them as well. One upcoming guest star that gets us excited for 'Arrow's 2013 return is that of former 'Fringe' star Seth Gabel,' appearing as DC's villainous Count Vertigo in the January 30 installment. Gabel has opened up about what drew him to the role, but could he really be 'Arrow's equivalent of famous Batman villain "The Joker?"
Many a 'Fringe' fan were depressed to learn that prior guest star and season 4 regular Seth Gabel would not return for the cult sci-fi hit's final season, but now it seems our geek universe has afforded him another equally cool opportunity. The one-time Lincoln Lee has been targeted to appear in a 2013 episode of The CW's Green Arrow adaptation 'Arrow,' portraying the villainous DC character Count Vertigo! Of course, Count Vertigo will undergo some changes ot fit in with 'Arrow's more grounded world, so what can we expect from Seth Gabel?