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  • This comic touches on Ollie's newfound desire to hunt down Merlyn at any cost
  • I presume it's to wed Ollie, but her behavior isn't giving us any real clear clue as she seems to have no problem putting his life in danger or framing him for murder
  • It should be interesting to see where this plotline takes us


    • by David Finniss

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      This comic touches on Ollie’s newfound desire to hunt down Merlyn at any cost. The comic opens with him interrogating a criminal by hanging him on a wall and shooting arrows near him. Dinah interrupts and tells him that he’s starting to freak her out and that he’s acting a lot like Batman.

      This leads to a “lol” moment as Arrow explicitly states that he’s not Batman only to show


      an “arrow signal” shining in the sky behind him. It turns out Hilton rigged it since he had no way of contacting the heroes. Ollie insists that it isn’t funny, but it is.

      The stalker dopes Merlyn up to the point where he’s rambling like a lunatic and sets a trap. It’s also revealed that she’s been offing his old enemies. It seems like Arrow’s to blame, but ...


      • he’s soon proven innocent when another villain is hit while he’s with Hilton. For a stalker who claims to be in love with him, she has an odd way of showing it, I have that much to say.

        It was weird seeing the cold mercenary reduced to madness and I have no clue what her endgame is. I presume it’s to wed Ollie, but her behavior isn’t giving us any real clear clue

        as she seems to have no problem putting his life in danger or framing him for murder. It also brings Ollie closer to crossing “the line” as he admits that he’s not sad over their deaths.

        It should be interesting to see where this plotline takes us. They’ve certainly given us a very disturbed individual as a foe and she’s proven herself a viable threat so it should make for an interesting arc.




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