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Arrow 2.12 "Tremors" Trailer: Michael Jay White is back as Bronze Tiger!
The rage will be uncaged! Arrow is all new Wednesday at 8/7c!
Side note: The woman in the high heels as 0:07 of the video is not Isabel Rochev but Amanda Waller. She`s walking towards Bronze Tiger in his cell, which means it`s probably about creating the SUICIDE SQUAD! You can also find me on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr or Youtube
Arrow 2.12 "Tremors" Trailer: Michael Jay White is back as Bronze Tiger!
Yeah they know what's cracking! Bronze Tiger up to mischief! But we've seen the last of Isabel Rochev for season 2 or...? I would also like Walter to make another appearance but I guess it's all quite a lot to fit in an episode.
Edit: I just read the above about Isabel in one other episode... absolute drip-feeding us these plotlines.
Message edited by PurpleHayes - Friday, 24 Jan 2014, 23:39
"Arrow" Jessica De Gouw"s Huntress Returns For "Birds Of Prey"
"Arrow Jessica De Gouw's Huntress Returns For 'Birds Of Prey'.
The CW"s "Arrow" scored major points with DC fans by introducing Jessica De Gouw"s Huntress so early into its run, even if her second appearance largely fizzled. De Gouw has been busy with NBC"s "Dracula" of late, but has now officially been set to return in "Arrow" season 2, heading up an episode that nods to some major DC mythology! Will the third time end up the charm for "Arrow"s incarnation of Helena Bertinelli? Via TVGuide, De Gouw will once again return in pursuit of her father Frank Bertinelli, who has since been captured and arrested by Oliver, after escaping in the events of "The Huntress Returns" Helena will once again attempt to exact her revenge for her father murder her fiancee, though she"ll find both Oliver and a returning Canary (Caity Lotz) standing in her way, for an episode aptly titled "Birds of Prey" Of course, DC fans well know the "Birds of Prey" moniker for a grouping of heroes that has included the likes of both Huntress and Black Canary, usually with Batman"s Barbara Gordon leading the team as "Oracle" We wouldn"t expect any major references to the Bat-mythology, at least more than we"ve seen already, though perhaps a few nods to the WB "Birds of Prey" that fizzled out a decade earlier. "We consider Jessica a member of the Arrow family and we"re looking forward to having her back for an episode everyone will be talking about after," said executive producer Marc Guggenheim of the return. As it is, the Huntress" latest return will air on March 26.
# 593 By all accounts he sounds like a real badass who developed a fearsome reputation from all over the world, a top notch professional assassin a ruthless killer on different continents from around the world, so I would probably put him in the evil category, ulterior motives not so sure whether I would class him as a so called bounty hunter, maybe a modern day Robin Hood contract killer out for himself looking after number one.
In anticipation of tonight"s episode of "Arrow" "Tremors" Colton Haynes spoke with CBR about the evolution of Roy Harper, and the characters and teases that might be coming up to reference the greater DCU. "It"s really fun knowing the way the next few episodes are going to go with the amount of comic book characters they"re bringing in that have never been seen on the show before," Haynes told CBR. "There"s a lot little Easter Eggs coming up in the next few episodes where the super comic book fans will be going, "Wait does that mean they"re going to bring in that character? Does it mean this thing is going to happen? "There"s also a lot of teaming up coming in the next few episodes." Arrow" airs Wednesdays on the CW.
If you remember, Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim said in an interview with TV Guide that Summer Glau will be back on Arrow, without further detail on the date. And now Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg revealed at a press Q&A that Summer's character Isabel Rochev will return to Arrow in episode 2.18, reported THR.
Isabel's return trip: What has Isabel Rochev (Summer Glau) been up to since viewers last saw her? The businesswoman, who has been on the periphery as of late, will make a return appearance in the 18th episode of the season. "We'll find out what she's been up to," Guggenheim teased.
Arrow - Episode 2.13 - Heir to the Demon - New Sneak Peek
Of the formidable new villain, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg teases, "Second to [Ra's al Ghul], she's one of the most important figures in the League. They sent their first round of minions to come for Sara and that didn't go so well for them, so now they're bringing out the big guns. The way Nyssa comes into the story is in a far more provocative and surprising way than the last round."
The CW"s drama series Arrow will return to Sky 1 to finish airing its second season on Thursday February 20th at 8pm, it has been announced.
In the next new episode, titled Blast Radius, Oliver must tackle a new threat to the city when bombs start to go off in Starling City. Felicity discovers the person setting them off is Mark Sheffner, a man who goes by the nickname Shrapnel. Arrow discovers Shrapnel"s next target is Sebastian Blood"s "Unity Rally" and tries to talk the alderman out of hosting it, but he refuses. Arrow sets off to stop the bombing, but Shrapnel tricks him and traps him in a bomb-laced antique store where he is unable to move without setting off the device. While Felicity helps Oliver, Diggle races to the plaza to find the bomb before it goes off. Meanwhile, Roy continues to hide his new strength from Thea but, after she witnesses his super strength in action at the rally, she demands answers . Laurel"s suspicions about Sebastian grow stronger once she learns that he grew up with Cyrus Gold, the man who killed Lance"s partner. After Donner refuses to help her investigate, she turns to Arrow for help.
Arrow Executive Producer Says More DC Universe Surprises To Come This Season
With its second season, The CW"s hit superhero show Arrow has already taken huge strides in expanding its "DC Universe" introducing the likes of Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), The Black Canary (Caity Lotz), Sin (Bex Taylor-Klaus), Brother Blood (Kevin Alejandro), Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai-White), Isabel Rochev (Summer Glau), Solomon Grundy (Graham Shiels), The Dollmaker (Michael Eklund), Anthony Ivo (Dylan Neal), Shrapnel (Sean Maher), Amanda Waller (Cynthia Addai-Robinson), A.R.G.U.S. and the League of Assassins. However, according to executive producer Marc Guggenheim, there"s still plenty more to come this season.
"I will say that we have a crazy number of DC - it"s funny, there"s stuff that will be happening in the middle of this season that we haven"t announced yet, that if people think we"ve done a lot of DC Universe stuff now it pales in comparison to where we"re headed", Guggenheim tells Newsarama. "It"s really going to be kicked up to a ridiculous degree. There"s two episodes in a row, where we"re keeping the titles secret, because both episodes will just blow people"s minds."
Can't wait to see more Isabel! I was fairly pleased with the return of Bronze Tiger but I still think they are underusing him but that's understandable given the rapidly growing network of story branches going on, something you get a good idea of by how long the list of supporting characters is in robbo's post above.
I notice that James Callis' Dodger is conspicuously absent from that list, I wonder will we see more of him also? I certainly would like to as his performance as Gaius Baltar in Battlestar Galactica was in my opinion absolutely stellar (sci-fi pun intended) and earned him a place among my personal fave actors. I actually have no recollection of what became of the Dodger in the end of that episode though so maybe it's all tied up and he can't come back but I hope he does.
Well there's some of my thoughts on the past and future of this series, as for the present I liked 'Heir to the Demon' overall especially the action scene with Nyssa - arrows flying all over the place! very cool! but as for the new ships I'm not so enthusiastic about the Sarah/Oliver pairing. I think I've got something against Sarah somehow, developed it over the course of the season. Where everyone else complains about Laurel I don't mind but find my problem with her sister.
They should get that over with nice and quick because Isabel won't keep that Russian bed he left her in warm forever. Better not leave it too long, Queen, make your move before she runs away with Walter! You know that she totally would! Of course Walter was back again as well! I'm intrigued to see what he digs up after his little chat with Felicity. Now there's the kernel of Moira Queen's secret history. This really is a show unlike any other and definitely got the chops to last enough that it can delve much deeper into all of these many interesting characters. hooked! or should I say barbed like an arrow:p