‘Arrow’ Episode 7 Image Gallery Featuring The Huntress

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In these new photos released by the network, it looks like The CW’s version of DC Comics vigilante vixen The Huntress will be piercing hearts in more ways than one on the hit superhero drama Arrowby setting her sights on Starling City’s long-lost billionaire-turned-hero, Oliver Queen.

Making her debut in the upcoming episode 7, titled ‘Muse of Fire’ – Helena Bertinelli (Jessica De Gouw) comes to town to settle the score with her mob boss father Frank Bertinelli (guest star Jeffrey Nordling), but soon finds herself cozying up to Oliver Queen (Stephen Amel) after learning they share a certain common interest. What at first is  a mutual attraction may just end up putting the two budding heroes at cross-purposes… and crossed bows.

Check out the new images of the  episode of Arrow ‘Muse of Fire’, which shows that superhero dinner dates never make it to dessert, and gives a first glimpse at Battlestar Galatica alum Tahmoh Penikett playing one of Boss Bertinelli’s hired goons (CLICK TO ENLARGE):

While ‘Muse of Fire’ will see Oliver caught up in the middle of his new mystery woman’s bloody vendetta, his former flame Laurel (Katie Cassidy) will find herself aiding Queen’s best friend Tommy (Colin Donnell) after he is blindsided by an unfortunate turn of events. Oliver’s bodyguard John ‘Diggs’ Diggle (David Ramsey) will also see himself diving more into the vigilante world, as part of his mission to save the fledgling hero from turning into one of the very men he hunts.

Diggle’s quest to redeem Oliver will soon hit a new snag of its own in the form of another recent addition of a DC Comics character. After the huge rating boost the series received with the appearance of Deathstroke the Terminator, Arrow will be adding another former DC military man, Ted Gaynor, played by Farscape’s Ben Browder.

Popping up in episode 11 ‘Trust But Verify’, Gaynor was Diggs’ commanding officer from his first tour in Afghanistan – who now himself works as a bodyguard for the Blackhawk Squad Protection Group in Starling City. This is, of course, a nod to Gaynor’s comic book counterpart, who was a member of DC’s legendary aviator group, The Blackhawks. In the midst of some armored truck robberies in the city, Gaynor becomes a polarizing figure between Oliver and Diggle.

What do you think about the CW’s use of so many DC comics characters in the first season of Arrow? Too much, too soon – or room for much more?


Catch The Huntress in episode 7 of Arrow ‘Muse of Fire’ Wednesdays November 28th @ 8/7c on the CW.

Source: The CW via Examiner



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  1. ” Helena Bertinelli comes down to town to settle the score with her mob boss father Frank Bertinelli ”

    Eh. I don’t like. IMO There’s a much better story to tell with her going on a revenge quest to kill the mobsters who killed her mobster family when she was a girl. There’s something beautfiully un-sympathetic about it. And i love it.

    But i’ll wait till wednesday before i judge. Shows been great so far despite the one-and-done supervillains and one-note corporate villains. They really need a good villain. Hoping Tommy Merlyn becomes THAT villain of the show.

  2. They need to slow down a bit. Are they going for only one season?

  3. I’m not sure how I feel about this. I absolutly love this show, but it feels like they might be pulling all they’re aces out in the first season. I want the show to last for many years, and I’m concerned that they are burning so bright now with all of these DCU characters that they won’t be able to keep the pace up for several seasons, and then just flame out. This season has been great, I’m just thinking long term, and I’m just concerned about the future of the show. I would rather have a long running good show than a short lived great show. I guess we just have to trust the creators and writers that they know what they’re doing. They have done excellent so far. Actually the whole cast has done excellent. Stephan Amell is going to be a super star because of his acting on this show. I’d love for him to at least cameo in the JL movie.

  4. Is it me or is Oliver’s beard getting thicker by the episode?

    • I think i have noticed it grow a bit also. Maybe they are going for the “all-out long beard” like in the comics by the end of the season :D Nah, i don’t really think that will be the case.

  5. cant wait!!

  6. It is a comic book based show it makes sense to how other characters from the DCU in it. DC has way too many characters not to be able to keep up, First and second string and suporting characters and even ones we have forgot. I think they are smart enough to pepper them in as needed. You have a hero w/o using the people around him that helped made him famous.

  7. For a second, I thought the Girl in the Huntress Outfit was Katie Holmes.

  8. is this about cat woman?