Arrow - Heroes and Villains by Titan Books Staff and Nick Aires (2015, Paperback)
Much like was done for the successful Supernatural TV series from the CW Network like the book we reviewed previously here at borg. Most of the photos are marketing shots for the characters, but it also includes snapshots from the series. Enough text is provided to get anyone who missed the first two seasons of the series caught up with each character and the major storylines up to the beginning of season three. At pages Arrow: Heroes and Villains is a lot bigger than most fan guides to TV shows and the photo quality and images selected were nicely done. You can pick up a copy here at Amazon. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.
Over plus bios from the stars, supporting and minor characters are mentioned. Each character has a quick fact sheet and how it relates to the DC Comics Universe or if the character was just created for the TV show. The characters in this book recaps the first 2 Arrow TV seasons. Now, I got to wait for The Flash character guide book. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
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One thing I did to get my interest in taking up this catch up was to look at Arrow: Heroes and Villains by Nick Aires for review. With a focus not only on the characters who visit Starling City but also the people he met on Lian Yu you should find all the characters you expect to be there in the book, even the Suicide Squad members who made it onto the show. This means if you read the book from cover to cover you find that many of the things you read do repeat things you have already been over and this can feel repetitive at times. As a reference to the characters though the book is perfect for dipping into to get the information you want and things you may have missed. Arrow: Heroes and Villains shows exactly why Arrow has become such a popular show, as well as its spin-off show The Flash. Though originally focusing on more realism rather than having super heroes this is more about vigilantes against villains.