We have no review for the final episode of 2012, but we can have a dicussion. Last week, a new archer arrived in town. Will his crimes be blamed on Ollie? And Can Ollie save the Queens’ Christmas party?
Jethro has a review of this week’s Arrow.
Oliver meets a kindred spirit, Tommy’s life suffers a major course change, and we find out a bit more about John Barrowman’s character.
Oh and Tahmoh Penikett continues his role as our genre’s Ted McGinley.
Longtime Bureau-crat “Jethro” contributes this week’s Arrow review.
With its first non-arc episode, Arrow provides us with a lot of character development.
DC/WB’s breakout show fires off a somewhat weaker entry this time around, as Ollie plots to shake suspicion from himself. We do, however, learn more of his tortuous origins, we see the complexity of his plans, and we get a glimpse of Deathstroke.
No review this week, but we’re interested in hearing what you have to say. At least one person knows Ollie’s secret now, and his initial response is not positive.
This is our first shot at reviewing Arrow, so some consideration will be given to the series’ first three episodes overall. We aim to keep reviewing, if we have interest and discussion. Hopefully, you’ll hear from more than one Bureau-crat over the course of the season.