Watch Arrow Season 2 Episode 23 Free Online Full Video - Emotions, Action, Fast Pace and above all, an amazing Climax!
It was the first time in my life that I was waiting for a series finale so anxiously. I wasn’t expecting a lot to happen in the finale except the usual Hero vs Baddie fight. Yet the way the episode’s screenplay was written and executed made it one of the best episodes of any series I have seen on TV. I think the final scene will shape up how things go on in the next season and it explains a whole lot of background on Ollie’s return. Yet, the way both the seasons have lived up to expectations, I am sure the third season would also be at par with the first two. I can safely conclude the finale in the following words:
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THE ACTION SEQUENCES! Wow, Out of all the 46 episodes, this episode delivered action sequences people only see on the big screen. And I mean it. The opening action sequence, the first confrontation, tunnel fight, island brawl and the final climactic battle all delivered in purely stunning fashion. The choreography was brilliant and the camera work (especially on the final fight) was done absolutely perfect. I loved it.
Watch Arrow Season 2 Episode 23 Online - And finally, Oliver Queen. His character has come a long way since the pilot episode. The first season dealt with Oliver seeking justice from his Dad’s book. Which meant killing was a necessity to find the truth. But in season 2, he needed to be more than a vigilante who seeks justice with a large body count. He needed to be a hero. Which meant no more killing. And in the end, he succeeds in spades, or shall I say, ‘Slade’ (corny as hell right). The fact that Oliver didn’t kill Slade shows that. And I also think Slade will be back, depending on the writers. I loved how this depiction of Oliver Queen is slowly becoming more like the Oliver Queen from the comics, and not resembling with Batman. Love it!
These wonderful hand-painted globes are by Laura Maxcy, of Mississippi. Each vintage globe is drawn on directly using paint pens and then sprayed with a protective coating.
As someone who’s not a fan of the pastiche quote posters that seem so ubiquitous, I love the connection between the sayings, the lettering and the globes. It’s this combination that gives the otherwise trite captions a twist of wit and whim.
“Although I got my degree in graphic design, I needed a creative outlet that didn’t involve staring at a computer screen all day. I started hand-lettering quotes on vintage landscape prints I found at a thrift store, with which I planned to decorate a room in my house. Instead I decided to list them on Etsy, along with my painted globes. Each of my items are definitely unique and one-of-a-kind.”