Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the seventh season of Arrow starring Stephen Amell. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
Arrow: The Complete Sixth Season isn’t at all bad, though like the previous years, feels a bit crowded with the amount of members on the “Arrow” team; beyond that, the soap opera like storytelling isn’t all that interesting, though I did thoroughly enjoy the four-part cross-over episodes.
Arrow: The Complete Fifth Season was at least a passable year for a show I never really cared for but the writing still isn’t great and the performances were, at best, so-so. One big drawback is that the other two episodes in the 3-part “Invasion” crossover were not included in this set, lame.
Warner Home Video has announced the dates for the late summer line-up of their TV on Blu-ray and DVD releases including: Blindspot, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Gotham, Lucifer, The Originals, Riverdale, Supergirl, The Flash and Arrow. Click the link below or image to the left to check out features and Blu-ray artwork.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows might’ve been an ever-so-slight improvement over its predecessor but that’s not saying a whole lot. It’s still too Bayish for my taste and the inordinate amount of visual effects makes it tiring, though the fan service at least makes it a tolerable enough experience.
“Arrow”: The Complete First Season is off to a good start and I can’t wait to see what the second season brings between the drama and new characters to help expand the universe even further. Amell seems to have been the perfect person to cast as Oliver Queen and the addition of Katie Cassidy and David Ramsey are both great supports in a series that is nicely established.