Still Images from ARROW Episode “Identity”

Here are some stills from the Arrow episode that aired last night, Identity, which included the return of China White (Kelly Hu), and the introduction of Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai White).

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ARROW’s Season 2 Episode 2 “Identity” Preview and Clip

China White (Kelly Hu) is back to face Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), as we knew she would be, and this time she has new friends with her, including one Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai White).  Check out the preview and the clip to tonight’s Arrow episode, Identity.

ARROW Character Bios With Comics-Style Characters

In case you need to refresh your memory on the characters that will be gracing the small screen in Season 2 of Arrow, here’s a gallery of the characters, complete with age and profile of the character.  What I particularly like about these is the style of art they used to draw these 9 characters.

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Some Spoiler Info on the ARROW Season 2 Premiere Brings Us Back to the Island

Warning: Spoilers on the 1st episode of Season 2 of Arrow, City of Heroes.

I pretty much expected us to go back to the island, but we’re kinda going there from a different angle now.  And apparently, it won’t be in flashbacks, at least not all the time.

To clear his mind after the death of his best friend and his failure to protect Starling City from the earthquake machine that his mother helped create, Oliver (Stephen Amell)   flees to Lian Yu, the island on which he was marooned for five years.

Felicity [Emily Bett Rickards] and Diggle [David Ramsey] skydive out of a plane and arrive on the island, only to have Felicity step on a landmine moments later. Can Diggle or Oliver save Felicity, or was their trip to rescue Oliver all for naught?

Well, it does kind of make sense.  Of course, Oliver’s actions again may cause more trouble in Starling City, again with his family and, of course, Laurel.

Check out the exclusive video by clicking the image or link below:

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ARROW Season 2 Premiere Stills

Check out the still photos from the season 2 premiere of Arrow, titled City of Heroes, which introduces Summer Glau into the show.

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New ARROW Posters Promise More Shirtless-less From Male Characters

Part of the appeal for some of the fans of The CW’s Arrow is undoubtedly the lack of shirts by the male characters during training (or other) scenes.  And according to the latest promotional posters for season 2, it looks like that won’t stop.

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Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen

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Colton Haynes as Roy Harper

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David Ramsey as John Diggle

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Manu Bennett as Slade Wilson

via Fangirlish.

ARROW Video with Stephen Amell

Stephen Amell, who plays Oliver Queen on Arrow, talks about one of his favorite scenes to film from season 1.

ARROW’s Stephen Amell Reveals Painted Glass Windows

There’s no question that Stephen Amell loves to tease his fans. Here’s his latest teaser for Arrow‘s Season 2, and it involves painted glass windows!

Let’s just say that Stephen + Vine = crazed fans.

And the Comic-Con preview edition of Entertainment Weekly magazine gave us a digital image of what Ollie’s new lair is going to look like for Season 2. The lair looks to be decidedly more digitized and technically superior, which will probably show Felicity’s (Emily Bett Rickards) geek sense. Exec producer Marc Guggenheim stated, “It was in desperate need of some repair.”

In regards to the pace of the show’s second season, now that they’ve pounded fans with a torrent of villains, and whether it’s going to slow down, Marc said that “the first four episodes are basically a statement that nothing could be further from the truth.”

And what about Oliver’s change of role this coming season? Marc lets us know that there will be a change in that, at least. “If last year was about Oliver going from being this vigilante on a mission of revenge to accepting his larger role in the city, this season is about how does he go from vigilante to hero?”

Will anything change in regards to the Hood’s weaponry? Marc does reveal that “all of his Arrow equipment was old-school. This year it’s all very high-tech.”

How many of you are looking forward to this Sophomore season?

ARROW On TV Guide’s Comic-Con Preview Covers, Featuring Stephen Amell

ARROW was already making it’s presence known during last year’s Comic-Con, and this year, it’ll definitely have more to show us, now with the announcement of a certain fandom fan-favorite, Summer Glau.

But before that, check out this collectible TV Guide featuring Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen on one side and The Hood on the other side that will be available at Comic-Con!

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V’s super alliance continues as Warner Bros. Television (WBTV) and TV Guide Magazine join forces once again to deliver fans the ultimate Comic-Con swag item for the fourth consecutive year: a Warner Bros.–themed Comic-Con special edition of the magazine, with insider scoop and behind-the scenes action from the Studio’s series as well as four sets of collectible “flip” covers featuring Arrow star Stephen Amell; Supernatural stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles; The Vampire Diaries stars Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder; and The Originals stars Joseph Morgan and Charles Michael Davis; in addition to a set dedicated to the 75th anniversary of Superman, with Batman on the flip cover.

via ComicBookMovie.com.

ARROW Comic Ties-In To TV Series To Explain Deadshot’s Survival

Comics have the affable ability to interweave with any movie or TV series that’s based off of the characters from said comics.   For instance, want to know how Deadshot came back from supposedly being shot through the eye by Oliver Queen (Season 1, Episode 3 “Lone Gunmen”) in Arrow?

Well, now you can find out with DC Comics tie-in comic book series, just released June 26, 2013.

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story by: Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg
art by: Omar Francia, Sergio Sandoval, Pol C. Gas, Victor Drujiniu , Juan Castro
release date: Wed, June 26th, 2013
list price: $3.99

(Source: comicbookmovie.com via Blastr)