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Who’s in the Grave? Speculating on Arrow’s Season-Long Teaser

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With every episode of Arrow’s fourth season, the mystery of who’s in the grave has been rolling around in the back of our heads, getting increasingly more frustrating with every passing week. At first, the writers were hinting at Felicity Smoak’s possible demise. As of episode 4×10, we have clear confirmation that she’s not the one six-feet-under. Obviously. And also, THANK GOD. The mystery is still up in the air, but we do know it’s someone close to Oliver, and someone who can drive Felicity to angrily demand that Oliver kill again. That leaves us with only a handful of grave candidates. Join us as we try and answer the ultimate Arrow question this season: who’s in the grave?   Laurel…

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5 Things We’d Love to See Jon Stewart and Stephen Amell Do at SummerSlam

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There must be some sort of plot afoot to get people like me to watch WWE’s SummerSlam. I am not a wrestling fan, even if one or two inhabit my house on occasion. But when a certain offspring showed me dreamy Arrow star Stephen Amell responding heroically after being attacked by cosplay reject Stardust on Monday Night RAW, I was intrigued. Then the WWE raised the stakes when it was announced that Jon Stewart would host SummerSlam. My comedic idol with my superhero dreamboat? OK, you’ve got my attention. But if you really want me to watch, here are five things I’d love to see at SummerSlam, which airs on Sunday, August 23. Bring in Arrow star David Ramsey as…

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Comic fans, welcome the rise of the superheroine

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Batman. Superman. Spiderman. There’s no denying that when we think of superheroes, our minds conjure up a vision of a man in a cape, swooping in to save his city. But what about the female heroes? From Batgirl to Wonder Woman, we know they’re out there – and it’s way past time for superheroines to get their fair share of the glory. Luckily, the rest of the world seems to agree. From television to books, it seems like superheroines have been popping up everywhere recently. Take Arrow, for example. The CW show about the classic DC Comics hero, Green Arrow, started as a crusade by one masked man. But since it first aired in 2012, the show has grown to…

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