Arrow continued from a stellar season finale with a memorable premiere episode and Summer Glau, who plays Isabel Rochev, looks to be a nice addition to the cast.
Read our first impressions on the season 2 premiere titled 'City of Heroes' in a previous News.
Find below a sample of the HD screencaps that have been added to the Gallery, as well a clip from one of Summer Glau's scenes:
UPDATE: While it is not official, it looks like Summer Glau will not appear in episode two.
What did you think of the episode? You can leave a comment section below and/or in the dedicated thread in the forum. Make sure to take our poll: What did you think of Arrow 2x01 'City of Heroes'
|10 Oct 2013|
|Total comments: 3|
Message #1 | chrisdvanne_ | 10 Oct 2013, 12:57 GMT
Summer Glau put in a good performance as Isabel Rochev. I'm very well aware that boardroom scenes are not what tv watchers expect the most from a sci-fi show based on a comic book character; they want to see Oliver Queen don the hood.
Kudos to Arrow's writers for including a fight within the boardroom and providing Summer Glau with a more mature role.
Message #2 | robbo | 10 Oct 2013, 14:07 GMT
she did indeed put in a excellent performance as Isabel Rochev, I thought the boardroom scenes was excellent viewing really action packed, even tho we didnt get to see the hood, I dont think the storyline was ready to see hood so early in the show, I thought the build up was much better, slowly producing the hood when he had no choice, after his sister got kidnapped by the shooters in the hoods, just glad to see Summer Glau get out of that boardroom scene safe and sound, thanks to Oliver Queen.
Message #3 | KevinInEngland | 14 Oct 2013, 15:33 GMT
At first I thought Oliver left Felicity in the lurch in favour of Isabel. Then I noticed that he checked she was safe before following Isabel out of the room. That suggests to me that he wants Isabel alive, as dead it might appear he staged the whole thing to get rid of her. What do you guys think?
In the 3rd clip, Isabel was careful not to look crestfallen. (There's a good word).