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The new season of Arrow appears to bring more normalcy into Oliver Queen's life, but emotional conflicts more than make up for any absent action scenes.
Considering that it must have a limited budget from The CW, this show still looks amazing in everything from the cinematography to the stunt coordination.
After HBO's Game of Thrones, the CW's Arrow is the master of action sequences, and the fast-paced one that opens tonight's episode is a great reminder.
It only ever takes one bad thing to make Oliver Queen throw his hands up in the air and decide that his manpain takes precedence over everyone else's choices.
It's hard to imagine a better way to kick off Arrow's new season.
In "The Calm," Arrow makes its various characters adjust to the concept of fatherhood. We see them do this in various ways and are content. And then Arrow blows us out of the water.
TV's best ever comic book adaptation is back - and better than ever.
It's amazing how far this cast and these characters have come.
Arrow pulled it off again with an exciting and buzzworthy premiere. It truly was the calm before the storm.
This episode played it safe, but it doesn't mean it's a bad one.
All in all, a strong start to the season, but it fell far short of the show's potential.
We kick off Wednesday's Season 3 premiere with an opening that reminds us just how awesome our crew of heroes is, as Ollie, Diggle and Roy take down a semi-truck filled with stolen armaments.
It makes for an effective season opener, setting up storylines and characters that the show will no doubt build upon to form another monstrous year of action and drama.