New Pics, Teaser, And Poster For The ARROW Season 2 Finale ‘Unthinkable’

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deathstrokeThis week’s episode of Arrow ended on a rather large cliffhanger. Starling City has been nearly destroyed by Slade‘s Mirakuru-enhanced army, Oliver is up against the ropes, Roy is still in his venom-induced coma, and Amanda Waller is ready to nuke the city an wipe it off the map. That means the season finale, Unthinkable, is an all-out battle with the fate of…well, pretty much everything in the balance. New photos, an extended teaser, and even a season finale poster have recently hit the web.

25 new images from the big finale have hit, and they show off a rather surprising amount of things from the episode. John Barrowman‘s Dark Archer seems to be lurking in the background, Ravager is going up against Nyssa al Ghul, Felicity comes face-to-face sword with Slade, and Deadshot makes his return. You can see that, as well as the extended episode promo and a teaser poster for the episode, below. What do you think the unthinkable event the episode title teases will be?

OLIVER MUST DECIDE ONCE AND FOR ALL IF HE’S A KILLER OR A HERO — Slade (Manu Bennett) moves forward with his plan to kill one more person in Oliver’s (Stephen Amell) life. While Oliver has fought all year to be more than the killer he once was, when Slade kidnaps someone close to Oliver’s heart, Oliver is pushed to the edge and realizes sometimes it takes doing the unthinkable to stop the monster. Meanwhile, Diggle (David Ramsey) takes on Amanda Waller (guest star Cynthia Addai-Robinson) with a little help from some friends, and Thea (Willa Holland) turns to Roy (Colton Haynes) in her time of need. John Behring directed the episode with story by Greg Berlanti and teleplay by Marc Guggenheim & Andrew Kreisberg (#223).


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  • The CW
  • Marc Guggenheim Twitter