The Count is a villain that the writers are evidently quite fond of since he's still going after two episodes. The Count's first appearance led to Thea's car accident and subsequent community servi... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Christopher_Monigle/2013 more
What happens when the enemy can't be taken out by an arrow? What happens when the enemy is a substance that turns good people into monsters? What's a vigilante to do?
Arrow opens on a busy night at the club and lots of beautiful people rubbing up a more
I admit I was a bit underwhelmed with " Unfinished Business " as it unfolded. Most likely because it held a lot of, well, unfinished business. Water over which we've already rowed. We knew the stories, aired the differences and fought the fights. Until I more
This week, several folks struggled to prove they've changed as Vertigo returned to the streets of Starling City. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/arrow-unfinished-business-review-character-turns-ahead-136495312149/ more
The designer drug Vertigo is back on "Arrow" tonight. That probably means bad guy, The Count (played by "Fringe" star Seth Gabel) will be back too!
The designer drug Vertigo is back on "Arrow" tonight. That probably means bad guy, The Count (played by more
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