On the dramatic side of the Flarrowverse(I know its lame, but I don't know what to call it at the moment), Arrow returns though not the character after his battle with Ras' Al Ghul. To those few who didn't know, Oliver Queen was killed by the master assassin. I seemed like one of the few people who realized there was no way he could win against him. The battle was depressing to watch as you know there is no way out and when the blade pierced our hero's chest, my heart shattered. Without the Arrow, who will protect the city! Except Arsenal...and Diggle...and now Canary...also Ray Palmer- Okay maybe it's not completely defenseless, but the spirit has been hurt. So how will our characters deal without our hooded vigilante? Let's dive in and see life without Arrow.
Just like it's brother show, The Flash, Arrow definitely got off on the right foot with the second half of the season. Not only did we get epic action, but better character moments. Felicity stood out most in the episode's emotional side, making me feel the pain she was going through. Brick was a great villain to introduce to the Flarrowverse(still trying to figure out a better name) in the wake of the Arrow's death. I can't wait to see what Starling will look like as more and more heroes arise to defend it, especially now with a large percent of criminals rising in it. Also(though at the way things are going I'm not surprised) I am happy to say that Arrow has been renewed for a fourth season.
To those who think I left out lack of Lazarus Pit, I was kind of okay with it, though I'm curious on how the surprise is going to "resurrect" Oliver Queen
That's my review for this week's episode! What are some of your predictions for what's to come! Leave 'em in the comment section, and i'll see you all next time!