Here’s a look at some female characters who have the capacity for greatness and positive representation, but are instead hindered by plot, a protagonist’s pain, or simple carelessness.
Arrow Season 5 Episode 23 ends the season by taking us back to where it all began and more of Adrian Chase’s mind-games. Read on for our review!
Arrow delivers on the character/relationship fronts, but boy, are there plot holes. So many plot holes. Read our review!
Arrow ties every plot in a nice little bow, which is never good considering there are two episodes left in the season. Read our review!
Arrow attempts to explain the unexplainable, but we just want to pretend this season started last week. Read our review!
Arrow delivers the first truly good episode of Season 5 and we’re left to wonder: is the mid-life crisis over? Is the good Arrow here to stay? Read our review!
Arrow gets back on message, though considering it’s Season 5 Episode 18, it feels like the course-correction is too little and far too late. Read our review!
Sometimes, to build a hero, you have to break down a man. Arrow does this so effectively, it almost seems like this was the plan all along. Read our review!
Oliver and Prometheus face off and, for a moment there, we’re almost rooting for Prometheus. Read on for our review of Arrow!
From The 100’s Clarke to Arrow’s Oliver Queen, these characters make the worst decisions ever. Read on for our list!