Arrow: About That Reveal...

Wow…well, it looks like I have my work cut out for me tonight—even though I was hoping for impeachment. :)

But be honest, who saw tonight’s reveal coming? Quite the shocker!

Let’s discuss and break down what happened. And I’m going to put a big SPOILER ALERT here for anyone who hasn’t yet watched the episode. Time to peace out until you’ve seen it.

Okay, for those of you still here, let’s talk about “Fighting Fire with Fire’s” big turn:

Curtis’ husband slapped him with divorce papers!

Arrow: Maskless

We could have a really long, drawn out discussion debating whether life imitates art or if art imitates life. Honestly, I only have a very surface-level understanding of those concepts—or what I think they mean, at least.

That being said, I believe tonight’s episode leans on the idea of art imitating life. A lot of times when different artistic mediums tackle real-life hot topic issues, they can leave the audience split because it can feel contrived or somewhat cheesy.

Arrow: One Angry Vigilante

In the words of Larry David, tonight’s episode was “prettyyyy, prettyyyyy, prettyyyy, pretty good…”

If you’ve followed my column this season, you’ve probably learned that I’m a fan of “B” list characters. There’s just something about them. I think it stems from being a kid and noticing that a lot of the “smaller” characters always had some of the coolest costumes. The other factor was that there was always a mystery to them. They weren’t the main guys, so you never really knew much about them in the pre-internet days.

Siglain on DETECTIVE COMICS, OUTSIDERS

Greetings, Source-erers, Michael Siglain here. For those of you who don’t know me, I’m one of the editors here at DC. More specifically, I’m one of the Bat-editors, and am currently responsible for Detective Comics, Outsiders, Batgirl, Vigilante and Booster Gold, among other comic book greatness. I’m here today to give you a peek behind the editorial iron curtain, so get ready to feast your eyes...

Deathtrap continues in the pages of VIGILANTE #5

"Deathtrap" -- the TEEN TITANS/VIGILANTE/TITANS crossover that kicked off in TITANS #12, continues in the pages of VIGILANTE #5, as our "hero" finds himself trapped by the Titans after trying to off Vic Stone -- aka Cyborg. But the Vigilante isn't the kind of person who gives up easily. So, do you see what I see? Yeah. CONFLICT. Check out these preview pages for more. The issue hits on 4/15. [gallery link="file"]

Check out "Deathtrap Part 1" -- TITANS #12 preview

Well, Jericho's gone nuts. And, as usual, it's up to his former friends in TITANS to clean up the mess. Featuring the artwork of Angel Unzueta and words by Sean McKeever, this issue kicks off a crossover with TEEN TITANS and VIGILANTE. I'm also guessing that having "death" in the name of the crossover does not bode well for our dear Titans. [gallery link="file"]
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