Green ‘Arrow’ Trains Magic; Will He Finally Be Able To Stop Damien Darhk And ‘Genesis’?


In “Arrow” season 4 episode 20, Oliver Queen goes to another city to find someone who can help him fight Damien Darhk’s magic while John Diggle confronts Andy and Thea goes on a vacation only to realize that something is off.

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Green Arrow’s visit to Hub City

Damien Darhk disposes Milo Armitage and Phaedra Nixon and begins the final phase of something called “Genesis,” the biblical title of the episode. Meanwhile, Oliver advised the team not to go against Darhk until they find a way to counter his black magic. At the counsel of John Constantine, Oliver must go to Hub City and train under a magician who can repel dark magic. Should the training prove successful, will the Green Arrow finally take down Damien Darhk for good?

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Tom Cavanagh Talks About Who Is Going To Die In ‘The Flash’ Season Finale [Video]


Hector Navarro and Tom Cavanagh talks about The Flash, Reverse Flash, Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow while the Tom helps Hector fix his time machine.

Tom shares more about Harrison Wells, his character from “The Flash” TV show. In the next episode, Harry intend to build a second particle accelerator in order to bring Barry Allen’s powers back. Surely, this attempt is not going to be without some serious repercussions.

This could spell the creation of more bad guys and allies in the persons of, if I might be permitted to add my own assumptions, Jesse Quick and Wally West’s Kid Flash. They seem to be the focus of last week’s “Back to Normal” episode. Though the addition of less-evil speedsters is highly unlikely, I believe that the show need more allies with super powers to help out with The Flash.

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Black Canary Is Alive! Or Is She?


In this week’s “Arrow” season 4 episode 19, we get to hear the “Canary Cry” once again.

So does this mean Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy) is still alive?

We are taken back to a May 2013 at Tommy Merlyn’s funeral when Laurel delivered her own eulogy which was supposed to be done by Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), who watches from a distance. This scene will prove crucial later on in the episode.

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Moving back to present day, we see the doctor hand over Black Canary’s costume and things to Oliver. Thanks to doctor-patient privilege, Doctor Schwartz (Venus Terzo) won’t be spilling the beans on the Black Canary’s true identity to the public. While all of Team Arrow  are dealing with this tragic loss, perhaps no one is greatly affected as Laurel’s father, Quentin Lance (Paul Blackthorne).

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