If we've learned anything from "Arrow" over the last few weeks, it's that when villains are allowed to keep breathing, they have a tendency to, y'know, remain villainous. In "Unfinished Business," Oliver is plagued by an old foe when the vertigo drug resu more
Ollie was crabbier than usual in this week’s episode of Arrow. The news that Vertigo was back on the streets of Starling City put Ollie in a bad mood until he could take care of the “Unfinished Business” linked to the street drug that almost killed his si more
Arrow's done a variation of the 'two vigilantes in the same town' story this season in the dark arrow episode. The Dark Arrow is different from the vigilante in "Salvation." The Dark Arrow is the o... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Christopher_Monigle/2013 more
John Nichol, you're up! Multiple deaths have been occuring on this man's scummy properties and now it's time to cross his name off the list. Arrow shows up at his place to take care of this errand for the day, but someone beat him to it. His home is a wre more
We begin with Oliver/Arrow listening to a newscast talking about a rich bad guy named John Nickel. He’s a slum lord who has been letting his buildings burn to the ground in the poor part of town, known as The Glades. The DA is not going to prosecute more
Loneliness was at the forefront this week as Oliver confronted a man avenging the wrongs committed gainst the Glades. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/arrow-salvation-review-and-an-island-never-cries-136442668237/
I'm becoming very cynical while watching Arrow. Isn't it a little early in the series to feel like I know the paths characters are going to take before they take them? I had to hope " Salvation " would prove me wrong.
As I was watching the Glades Betra more