Watch This Adrenaline-Filled Promo For Episode 10 of ‘Arrow’

blame it on JES7 January 2, 2016

I recently was talking to Meka about The CW’s amazing winning streak with DC TV Universe’s superhero series which include the critically-acclaimed Arrow and last year’s spin-off series The Flash. To which he mentioned he’s seen a few episodes here and there while in the gym. Seriously Mek, you and I may be the biggest comic book nerds to write for this site – and you’re dearly missing out on some amazing television. Of course, I don’t subscribe to cable, so I’ve been playing catch up through Netflix and/or other not-so-legal means.

Season 2 of Arrow just might be some of the best action-packed superhero television – and, well, quite possibly the best portrayal of Deathstroke we may ever see (unless he appears in the upcoming Suicide Squad film, if rumors are true).


Moving along, season 4’s big bad is Teen Titans villain Damien Darhk – although this version of Darhk brings mysticism and magic into the fold. There’s even an amazing crossover where Matt Ryan’s Constantine shows up – it’s just a damn shame the show was cancelled. Just when I was starting to fall in love with Zed. NBC, you have failed this series.

The following videos show just how menacing Darhk is:

I digress. In episode 9, we were left with quite the cliffhanger, and quite possibly a red herring of sorts when Darhk’s army of H.I.V.E. soldiers shot up Oliver Queen’s limo – shortly after being engaged. The promo for the newest episode is filled with even more misleads and red herrings, with shots of a grave and an incredibly raged Oliver set on revenge.

Rumors have been circulating that Felicity will end up in a wheelchair, and become Oracle. Although the former will likely be true, the latter would be a disgrace to the story and legacy of Barbara Gordon. We can only speculate what will go down when the episode airs on January 20th, preceded by a new The Flash on the 19th and the premiere episode of another Flarrow spin-off, Legends of Tomorrow. In other words, every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday will be filled with DC action on The CW. Who would have ever thought?

Question remains, will we ever see the return of Nyssa Al Ghul?