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Starling City has been torn apart by the Undertaking, so the need for the hooded vigilante now known as The Arrow is more urgent than ever in the explosive second season of the hit action series based on DC Comics Green Arrow. Arrow Season 2 is available in a complete DVD collection containing all 20 episodes from the TV series. Included in the box set are extra features: stunt formation, deleted scenes, gag reel, and highlights from the Paley fest 2013 with the cast and producers.

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Arrow became a better show in many ways this season, but above all, it managed to give Ollie an overarching conflict that deftly carried all episodes and made him his own hero. --Jesse Schedeen, Ign

Arrow isn't just one of the best dramas on broadcast network television. Arrow is one of the best shows on TV, period. --The Huffington Post

The sophomore-season premiere shows no signs of slumping. --Jeff Jensen , Entertainment Weekly

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Special Features

• Three new featurettes: • From Vigilante to Hero– Documentary highlighting Oliver Queen's journey from fighting injustices to becoming Sterling City's accepted savior. • How Did They Do That?! The Visual Effects of Arrow – Explores how Season 2 has raised the bar for action and FX, showing how the creators can make anything the writers dream up come to life. • Wirework: The Impossible Moves of Arrow – See how the intense and elaborate fight sequences are shot for maximum realism! • 2013 Comic Con Panel • Deleted Scenes • Gag Reel (TBC)

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  • Actors: Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, David Ramsey, Colin Donnell, Willa Holland
  • Directors: Greg Berlanti
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: September 16, 2014
  • Run Time: 1056 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,878 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00GZP0M2K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,800 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The Hooded Vigilante is Back

As the explosive second season of Arrow begins, Oliver Queen learns that Starling City and his family are at the mercy of the Undertaking, and he must return to break the stranglehold of evil. With newfound allies on one side and one-time friends now gone bad, will Arrow be able to rescue all from the fury of the Deathstroke? Based on DC Comics’ Green Arrow, the show’s Season Two follows Queen as he transforms from 'hood' to 'hero'.

Trivia

The name 'Arrow' doesn’t come into regular use for the main character until midway through Season Two.

The bow used by Arrow in Season Two is an Oneida Kestrel compound bow.

The arrowhead design in the show’s logo has changed every season.

In the DC Comics version, Green Arrow wears a mask and has bright yellow hair.

Exterior shots of the police headquarters are actually the Los Angeles Public Library building.

Arrow-Sharp Action Drama

  • A must-own set for Arrow fans
  • 23 episodes of movie-quality entertainment
  • Filled with breathtaking action, special effects and plot surprises
  • Includes three new featurettes, plus bonus material
  • Available as a five-disc DVD or four-disc Blu-ray set

Meet the Cast

Oliver Queen/Arrow (Stephen Amell)

Reluctantly returning from his self-imposed island exile, Queen discovers that the evil plot underway in Starling City is somehow linked to his fateful shipwreck.

Thea Queen (Willa Holland)

Queen’s younger sister is now overseeing the family business. She’s still with Roy, but she’s not happy about his crime-fighting efforts.

Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards)

Close friend to both Queen and Diggle, Felicity is smart, brave and tech-savvy. She’s the one Oliver turns to when he needs technical assistance.

John Diggle (David Ramsey)

As trusted friend and bodyguard, Digs continues to guide Oliver as he strives to protect the city from evil and achieve his quest for justice.

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68 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Capt Hal Jordan on October 10, 2013
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So far we have seen the beginning of the Emerald Archer from the island to the city. This journey has been wrought with love, tragedy, death and rebirth. Now in season two, we see the start of the true Hero that this has led up to...from "the Hood" to "Green Arrow" As Oliver said, when the hood goes on, it's kill or be killed, now, as Green Arrow, a new path to Justice has opened it's door. With the help of Diggle and Felicity, there is a new way to dispense that justice without the body count.

I've a feeling we will see more of the old DC version of Oliver {i.e. more non lethal trick arrows)
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68 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Bobby L. Sheppard on October 14, 2013
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LIKE BATMAN BEGINS.. BUT WITH ARROWS YOU'LL LOVE IT! As a kid I never read Green Arrow Comics, I read Batman, Wolverine, Punisher, Moon Knight.. the realistic hard core heroes of DC and MARVEL.. little did I know Green Arrow fits very nicely in the company of those guys.. at least this one on TV does.. ITS no joke..
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45 of 54 people found the following review helpful By G. Erickson on November 19, 2013
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We started watching this show shortly after it came out looking for an alternative to some of the other shows that had become too complex and convoluted. The plot and interesting characters pulled us into story. I was actually expecting that the second season would be a flop because of the success of the first season. To my pleasant surprise, the second season has been excellent like the first one.
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By A. Davis on December 21, 2013
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It's often said that Ron Moore's award winning "Battlestar Galactica" series was "like a movie spread out over 4 seasons". The CW's "Arrow" trumps that: every episode is an action movie packed into 45 minutes. The writing is superb, the stunts are intense, and the actors display an amiable array of talent.

If you haven't watched "Arrow", you need to start--or you have failed to appreciate good TV.
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31 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Kymber on December 7, 2013
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Big fans of this superhero show! it feels more like a movie quality - from the actors to the stages/scenes. My 16 year old son turned me on to this show and so now my younger 2 sons (14 and 12) watch it ASAP. For a while we were gorging on season 1 on Netflix, and were watching 1 show a night. Now we are almost caught up on Hulu but 3 episodes were MIA (purchased them on amazon). The main characters are all real life cool, plus omg that body!! I really don't need to name a name here... 8) he is SO good as Oliver - calm, humble, but all knowing without being cheesy. The 2nd season had a big surprise start with a return of a "dead" character and although we like her, the actor has many uncomfortable and unnatural mouth expressions that do distract us a bit. I only mention this because the role is significant and all of us notice it a lot. We really love the intelligent, MIT educated female sidekick Felicity )my 16 year old is infatuated big time) and her genuine quirkiness -a dork in disguise. :) we all Love Felicity. The fights on this show are epic and original. A triple head slam against a wall is something that comes to mind from season 1 but there is an endless list.
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24 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Anthony on December 11, 2013
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Everything you would want, expect and more from an action thriller. Arrow gives justice to our superhero the green arrow.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Leonard Zane on November 22, 2014
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WB COMICS FORMULA BASED ON BATMAN MODEL

Oliver Queen/Arrow is a good, well-meaning guy. His mother says: "You see only the good in people, even when they don't deserve it." Played terrifically by stubble-faced Stephen Amell, he maximizes audience compassion, sympathy and admiration. WB was wise to avoid a neurotic primo uomo for this role, and Amell is solid and indispensable for making the show work.

Oliver Queen has been through years of isolated island hell, and he continues in Starling City's brand of it. Because he's not nearly as intelligent and worldly as Bruce Wayne, arch villains most always far outdistance his imagination and thinking, and he mainly reacts instead of leads. So bad guys and gals outthink him plenty. But he keeps trying and plodding, and gradually learns and grows. After all, he's a young guy who was completely out of touch for 5 years.

John Diggle: A seasoned, wise, tough YOUNG Alfred Pennyworth-type whom Arrow leans on and who's in plenty of action with his boss.

Felicity Smoak: Arrow's un-disabled Oracle-type IT expert, and with lots of dry and all too scarce show humor, even though she's never been a martial sort. Lots of the actor's catchy dialogue is regrettably obscured by mumbling and mushy diction.

Sara Lance: A deadly Robin-sort as "Canary." Sometime lover of Oliver, and daughter of policeman Lance.

Laurel Lance: Silver St. Cloud-type, sometime lover of Oliver, and daughter of policeman Lance.

Quentin Lance: Police detective, akin to Jim Gordon, with two grown daughters and who's learned the hard way (like Gordon) to trust and help Arrow. They meet on rooftops, too. Maybe someday he'll be police commissioner.
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Arrow - The Second Season [548 2014-01-27]

Summary:
Oliver Queen - rich playboy - is ship wrecked then marooned for five years on a remote island. He returns home with a crime fighting agenda using the disguise of a hooded archer. His purpose is not clearly defined, something about bringing a vigilantly "justice" to individuals on a list of urban exploiters from a notebook handed to him by his father. Needless to say Oliver gets some push back from the local authorities, the underworld bosses, his mother and his pals.

As season 2 begins we find the Arrow teamed up with two companions: John Diggle - former special forces warrior and Felicity Smoak computer wiz - and secretly in love with Oliver Queen/Arrow. Oliver renounces his murderous methods of taking down the enemies of Sterling City - he become less deadly but nonetheless still a force for good. Ghosts from his past conflict him remorselessly in Season 2

The creative team for "Arrow" had to somehow integrate a comic hero - The Green Arrow - and a contemporary action TV series utilizing, of course, real actors. How well this concept has been successful is a judgment left to the individual viewers, but as of the date of these comments the show has been renewed for a third season. As they say vox populi vox Dei.

Content:
The Season Two package consists of 5 disks and 23 episodes originally show on the CW Network during the period October 2013 through May 2014. Also included are several special features on disk 5 that I founding modestly interesting.

Positive Comments:
· Many episodes include deleted scenes, which are not to be missed. Some are quite lengthy and are interesting and informative concerning that particular episode.
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