Synopsis And Pics For The Arrow Season 2 Premiere “City Of Heroes” Hit
We are three weeks away from the season 2 premiere of Arrow. The second season of the CW show is shaping up to be a big comic book love fest with the introduction of characters like the Black Canary, Bronze Tiger, and even Barry Allen aka The Flash. When last we saw Oliver Queen, he had failed his city. The Undertaking’s plan was pulled off despite Oliver‘s best efforts and the city was nearly destroyed.
Season 2 picks up a short while after the finale. GreenArrowTV.Com found the season premiere’s synopsis. Diggle and Felicity will travel to Lian Yu (the mysterious island) to find Oliver. After failing his mission, Mr. Queen returned to the island and Felicity and Diggle must try and convince him to come back and pick up his bow again. Roy Harper has tried to fill the void left by the vigilante’s absence. Sounds like the beginning of Speedy/Arsenal/Red Arrow, huh? Along with the synopsis comes a few pics from the episode via CBM which show the lovely Summer Glau. What do you think about the official synopsis? Are you surprised by the direction the first episode is taking?
FROM VIGILANTE TO HERO — Diggle (David Ramsey) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) travel to Lian Yu in search of Oliver (Stephen Amell) who left Starling City after The Undertaking. Convinced to return home, Oliver finds that things are in worse shape than he thought – Isabel Rochev (guest star Summer Glau) is preparing a hostile takeover of Queen Consolidated, Thea (Willa Holland) refuses to visit Moira (Susanna Thompson) in jail, Roy (Colton Haynes) is trying to fill the void left by the Arrow’s absence, and Laurel (Katie Cassidy) is working with the District Attorney’s office to take down the vigilante. Meanwhile, flashbacks to the island show Slade (Manu Bennett), Shado (guest star Celina Jade) and Oliver in a desperate situation. John Behring directed the episode with story by Greg Berlanti and teleplay by Andrew Kreisberg & Marc Guggenheim (201).
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