Marv Wolfman Reviews Deathstroke Episode Of ‘Arrow’

Arrow DeathstrokeMarv Wolfman, the creator of DC mainstay Deathstroke, took to Facebook to express his thoughts on the Arrow episode “Deathstroke Returns.” The episode featured the fan-favorite character’s first appearance in season six.

The review was posted to Reddit, which you can check out for yourself below:

Marv Wolfman’s review of Arrow 6×05 ‘Deathstroke Returns’ from Deathstroke

Safe to say the man behind the man behind the mask was pretty blown away by this episode, giving it a glowing approval, and specifically noting the awesome Deathstroke fight scene.

The series stars Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen (Green Arrow), Katie Cassidy as Laurel Lance (Black Siren), David Ramsey as John Diggle (Spartan), Willa Holland as Thea Queen (Speedy), Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak (Overwatch), Echo Kellum as Curtis Holt (Mr. Terrific), Rick Gonzalez as Rene Ramirez (Wild Dog), Juliana Harkavy as Dinah Drake (Black Canary), and Paul Blackthorne as Quentin Lance. Here’s the official synopsis for “Deathstroke Returns”:

Deathstroke (Manu Bennett) returns and asks Oliver (Stephen Amell) for help in tracking down his son. When they learn Joe (guest star William Franklyn-Miller) has been taken hostage by mercenaries, their mission to save him gets complicated by a terrible revelation that could shatter Slade’s hopes of reunion forever. Meanwhile, Vigilante reappears in Star City.

Arrow continues next Thursday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

Source: Reddit

The 7 Deadliest Assassins In DC Comics

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Deadliest Assassins, Deathstroke, Lady Shiva, BaneIn a world full of superheroes, it takes some next-level assassins to get things done on the dark side. For every hero who spent years honing their fighting abilities, there are expert killers who have no problem breaking the law to get things done. Usually, these killers strike for profit, but like most assassins these individuals also strike for personal sake.

Whether it’s fighting with their hands or using a blade of some sort or a firearm, these assassins are some of the deadliest and most tactically proficient characters in all of comics. Comic fans often say that Batman is the most powerful, non-superpowered figure, but all of these assassins have made him sweat or bleed over the years in the pages of DC Comics. In addition to these individual killers, there are also secret organizations like the League of Assassins  that work to help figures like Ra’s al Ghul commit their ancient plans. In short, the DC Universe is full of assassins and they have no problem taking what they want.

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  • Marquis de Sade

    Yeah, even I have to admit that fight scene was badazzz!