Following the announcement that The CW would be working with the writers behind Green Lantern to craft a new series featuring a decidedly modern take on DC Comics’ Emerald Archer, Green Arrow, anticipation was low, while skepticism shot through the roof. The early perception of Arrow did not improve much, as comparisons to The Bourne Identity were made and terms like “edgy” and “provocative” were thrown around with the kind of reckless abandon that often accompanies the hype machine of lesser known characters or franchises.
Perhaps the surprise then is not that The CW and executive producers Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim managed to construct a mostly solid pilot, but, despite the grim and gritty bent, the creators have managed to make Arrow a fun viewing experience, as well. ...
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