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The #DCTV Secrets of ARROW - Episode 3.2: "Sara"

The #DCTV Secrets of ARROW - Episode 3.2: "Sara"

By Paul Malmont Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

 

If I could just figure out this secret!

Still trying to recover from last week's shocking episode?  Well, why not focus on some #DCTV Secrets from this week's to help make yourself feel better.

  • Who is Komodo?
  • Where is Qurac?
  • A meet-up at 3rd and Lemire?
  • What's an Argus?
  • What does Amertek do?
  • Is Blüdhaven a who or a what?

Previous #DCTV ARROW Secrets

1. The #DCTV Secrets of ARROW Episode 3.1 - "The Calm"

 

Want to carry on the conversation?  Jump on #DCTV in Twitter and see what clues others have found.

 

 

Don’t peek behind the mask if you don’t want to know any more.  But of course you do and you will.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meet Simon Lacroix.

One of Arrow’s deadliest enemies finally makes the leap from the page to the screen.  Almost as deadly with his fists as he is with a bow, he’s a serious match for Oliver Queen.  You can find out more about this assassin in the graphic novel Green Arrow Vol. 4:  The Kill Machine.     

The Road to Qurac.

Diggle drops a mention about a place called Qurac.  It’s a lawless country somewhere in the Middle East, known, to those in the know, as a hotbed of terrorist training activity. Want to pay a visit to Qurac?  All you have to do is check out Superman: Action Comics Vol. 2: Bulletproof!  It's better than going alone.

 To Think That I Saw It On Lemire Street.

 Nothing quite like a DCU shout-out.  In this case Lemire St. is a tribute to DC artist and writer Jeff Lemire, the man behind the aforementioned Green Arrow Vol. 4:  The Kill Machine.   Go Jeff!

It’s not Argus, It’s A.R.G.U.S.

As an acronym, it’s had more than one meaning over the years and is usually involved in the defense of America.  We can know one thing about this organization for sure-- it is a powerful force to be reckoned with. 

 Amertek.  Building Weapons, y’know, for Peace.

Amertek Industries has a history of weapons creation.  Somehow those weapons always seem to find their way into the wrong hands.  Is this by accident, or by design?  We’ll wait and see what Arrow and Co. dig up.

 Blüdhaven is not a who or a what.  It’s a place.

And not a friendly one at that.  ARROW fans should remember it as the place where Malcolm Merlyn held Walter Steele, CFA of Starling National Bank, prisoner.  If pipelines (and plot lines) lead to Blüdhaven, it’s going to mean trouble. 

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See you next week!

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