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New Wave Of Stills Hit For ARROW's Next Episode: "Heir To The Demon"
Thanks to Green Arrow TV, we now have a large gallery of new stills from the next episode of the CW's
titled "Heir to the Demon," which guest-stars Katrina Law as Nyssa al Ghul, the daughter of the well known Ra's al Ghul. Hit the jump to check them out!
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So are you excited for Nyssa to make her debut to the screen, or are you upset that Talia isn't in the story? Are you happy for Black Canary (Sarah) to make her return? Leave your thoughts and opinions in the usual place!
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