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Submitted by alycakes 624d ago | review

Arrow: "Vendetta": IGN Review

IGN:
Arrow wrapped up a two-part story arc this week as Oliver Queen and Helena Bertinelli became first partners in the war on crime and then enemies when their goals clashed. Before the end, the two managed to spark a war between the Triads and the Bertinelli crime family and cause some friction in the developing romance between Tommy and Laurel. All in all, a busy week for Starling City's vigilante hero. (Arrow, TV) 6.5/10

alycakes  +   624d ago
I thought this was a better episode than they are giving it credit for. I liked they showed that you can't always change people just because you want to make them change your way. The action and fight scenes were good. I also like the way Arrow's stepfather is finding out all those secrets.

I think the show is coming along just fine and pacing itself.

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