Arrow Season 2.5 this week is driven by a very proactive plot.
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The mission in Kahndaq has reached a bit of a snag as Diggle and Task Force X attempt to ascertain the location of both Khem Adam and the kidnapped girls. Luckily for them they have a guest with the answers, it’s just a matter of the team cracking him open and getting at them.
Bachelor Party: Kahndaq
Arrow Season 2.5 gets back on track with a simple, yet effective, segue issue.
Arrow Season 2.5 #9 feels like it’s there to catch us up on what everyone is doing, which would be even better if we were actually behind in any significant way.
Arrow Season 2.5 #8 dials down the drama to fit in some much needed banter.
Arrow Season 2.5 #7 drives the fact that Oliver is his own worst enemy all the way home.
Cheesy dialogue, an anticlimactic fight, and timing that’s just a little too convenient all hold back this volume of Arrow Season 2.5.
Team Arrow sets out to put a stop to Brother Blood’s plans. Is it ever that easy?
Even after the cannonball that went off at the end of the Arrow season 3 premiere, you will still be interested in what’s going on in Arrow Season 2.5 #4.
Alright Arrowheads, we’ve still got one week until the new season premiere “The Calm”. In the meantime, why not catch up on the events leading up to it, in Arrow Season 2.5 #3 from DC Comics!
After the high flying action of issue number one, Arrow Season 2.5 #2 decides to tone things down a bit by focusing more on character relationships and plot development.
Ready to see what has been going on in Starling City since Arrow Season 2 ended? Check out DC Comics Arrow Season 2.5!