ARROW: More Information On New Villain - "Seth"

ARROW: More Information On New Villain - "Seth"

A few weeks ago, we saw casting descriptions for four upcoming characters on the third season of Arrow and now some more information has surfaced about one of them, the character of "Seth." It looks like there might be a little more to him than initially met the eye. Come check it out!

A few weeks ago, TV Line provided us with four casting descriptions for new characters that will appear on the third season of Arrow. Now, they're reporting with a bit more information about one of them, the character of "Seth." He was initially described as a well-educated criminal with an affinity for chemistry, who uses a drug that drains the willpower of his enemies, and he would also be a formidable match for the Arrow. Now while the new information is in the same vein, it does add a bit of a twist. Check it out below:

"Remember the “Seth” guy I told you about a couple of weeks ago? Well, the casting for that role has since been tweaked, and he is now described as a “shade of a man” with a quiet intensity, a “criminal mastermind who whistles classical music” as he goes about his devious business. There’s also talk of him having “reptilian eyes.” Whomever he is, he will be the Big Bad for the season opener.

The thing that sticks out from all of this has to be the part about "reptilian eyes," right? This could always be a smokescreen, but could a reptile-based DC villain be making an appearance in Starling City? And if so, who could it be? Copperhead? Kobra? King Snake? Someone I didn't mention? Sound off with your thoughts below!

Arrow features:
Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen/Arrow
Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak
David Ramsey as John Diggle
Willa Holland as Thea Queen
Katie Cassidy as Laurel Lance
Colton Haynes as Roy Harper
Paul Blackthorne as Detective Quentin Lance
John Barrowman as Malcolm Merlyn/Dark Archer
Manu Bennett as Slade Wilson/Deathstroke
Caity Lotz as Sara Lance/Canary

Arrow returns October 8.

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