In which we deal with yet another case of Daddy Issues. Last week we had a slower episode with a great Deadshot powered masacre. Now, Slade’s other son is making some troubles and it promises to be fun and dumb. This show always has some very cool looking action scenes at least. Let’s react!
That title might be a mistranslation, but I don’t care. I’m happy Slade is back, and I think we can all get some joy in Arrow City, right? Let’s react.
Welcome, people. It’s time for more Arrow and an Evil Lauren-errr-Laurel Lance focused episode. This seems like it’s gonna be a fun one. The dialog on the promo was snappy. Let’s react!
The Arrow team are contractually obligated to have at least one member per episode be stupid by keeping a seriously stupid secret that would avoid major conflict if they just talked. Today is the turn for Diggle Arrow. A new kind of superhero. A new kind of arrow based superhero: The kind that can’t shoot for shit…
The season started OK. The action sequences are still great. The consequences were minimal from last season. Let’s see how they handle the plotline of Oliver gets outed (AGAIN) in Arrow. Come react.
If you haven’t noticed by now, I’m big into synecdoches. There’s a lot of situations where one little aspect of a piece of media is indicative of a broader philosophy, and when you look at the big picture thinking about this philosophy, you can see how it all works together.
New day, new Flashbacks, new... wigs? Welcome back, Arrow. Now that we’re done with the Island flashback storyline (Did I just jinx it?) is time to deal with the fallout. Also with that sexy Slade beard. Although I feel the need to trim that almost-mullet on him. Come react, boys and girls!
It’s that time of year again, where all the shows have finished and we can look back and see what they did right, what they did wrong, and how they can improve going forwards. I’m currently writing year end reviews of all the CW DC shows, and first on the docket is Arrow. Arrow gave us a surprising year; the first…
Bienvenidos sean to the season finale of La Flecha! Esta temporada has been muy divertida and a lot like a Telenovela, like all Berlatti shows. Así que vengan, amigos. Reaccionen. It will be ridículo y emocionante. I’ll see you inside.
One episode before the series finale. Let’s get setting un plot resolutions y’all! Also, Black Siren is back to kick ass and insult everyone in the process. Let’s react!
Now that Oliver’s child is finally living up to his destiny – probably getting kidnapped – we are getting closer and closer to the season finale (two weeks guys!). But never mind that right now. We have people in concrete! Let’s react.
So the Santa Ana winds has been misbehaving. He just want’s to know what happens, and Oliver (you stupid bitch, who ruins everything) and Felicity get stuck inside a bunker. Will they get out before they bang? Let’s react
So somehow Arrow is more repetitive than ever, and yet as fun as season 2. I’m puzzled but I welcome this. Tonight we have a chase of Chase. Let’s react to that. Meanwhile, Baby Root keeps making odd career advice statements to Felicity.
Welcome to DAAAARKNESSSSS and no parents. Tonight on arrow we get some extra shadows on the overall dread of this show, apparently. So we should probably start reacting.
Live action adaptations of superheroes have come a long ways; what special effects are capable of rendering, what stories and mythologies studios are willing to explore, there’s been a lot of improvements over time. But it still feels like adaptations continue to make huge missteps. For every Avengers, there’s a …
Did I mention that I’m against all of this daylight savings thing? It’s too bright! Also too early for me. But let’s discuss Arrow anyway.
Welcome to another Arrow thing where we try to figure out an arc and make snarky comments at this show. Let’s react.
Welcome, people, today we keep trying to make China White and Cupid –AKA the BESTEST characters ever– a thing in Arrow, so let’s react to that.
I wrote this post on time, but I wasn’t fast enough! Welcome back to Flecha Verde! On this episode we will see Ollie attempting to be a competent career person instead of arrowing on people. Will he succeed? I think not! But let’s watch and react either way.
Sdarovia, compadres! Welcome to tonight’s episode of Arrow. Yay flashbacks I guess. Let’s react.