Only something as insane and unpredictable as love could turn one person into a waiting and confused woman and another into a murdering psychopath. Or at least Cupid thinks it’s love. We probably shouldn’t trust what she says, since she’s an ex-military ex-cop psychopath with a lot of arrows and serious mental problems. Continue Reading
Review by Logan
We don’t just follow comic book characters for the action. The success and failure of some renowned superheroes shows us that. We love Batman because it shows how someone as helpless as an orphan can become a powerful force for good. We love Superman because it shows how a farmboy can become a hero. We love Peter Parker because we like to believe that nerds can make a difference. If any show has grasped this idea that it’s about the characters, not just the suit, and ran with it, it’s Arrow; which is why this week’s episode isn’t about the “villain of the week,” but is about Thea. That’s also why it works.