Spoilers For Upcoming Episodes Of ARROW And THE WALKING DEAD
TV Line's Michael Ausiello has taken to his regular "Ask Ausiello" feature to drop some spoilerific details about upcoming episodes of The Walking Dead and Arrow. He kicked things off with something which should make fans of Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's ongoing comic book series VERY happy. Sunday's episode of the AMC adaptation will reportedly see the recreation of what he describes as one of the "most iconic images ever".
Michael Ausiello has dropped some very intriguing hints about this week's episodes of Arrow and The Walking Dead, promising some big revelations in the former and the recreation of an iconic image in the latter. Read on for details!
This week’s Woodbury-set hour features one of the show’s most iconic images ever — and one fans of the comics will surely recognize.
My guess? Well, judging from a scene in the trailer and a promotional poster which sees 'The Governor' sitting in a chair and staring blankly ahead, I'm thinking it will be a little something like the panel below. Thoughts?
Meanwhile, over in Arrow, it sounds as if Oliver Queen's greatest secret is about to be revealed! Despite going to, uh, "great lengths" (a hood and face paint) to hide the fact that he's now operating as a vigilante in Starling City, a couple of characters will soon find out what he's been up to since returning. Who do you guys think it will be?
This week, of course, marks the debut of DC Comics baddie Deadshot. But it’s Episode 4 (airing Halloween night) that promises to be the show’s first game-changer when, well, let’s just say that someone spies Oliver slipping into his "costume." And that lookie-loo might not be the only person who gets wise to Arrow’s true identity that episode!
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