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‘Arrow’ Season 3 Trailer Drops at Comic-Con

It’s pretty much common knowledge that Arrow’s third season has been shooting for quite some time—you can check out Stephen Amell and Colton Haynes’ respective Facebook pages for proof—in preparation for the its’ premiere on October 8.

That being said, The CW recently added to all the buzz about Colton Haynes’ Arsenal by releasing a brand new trailer for the upcoming trailer for the upcoming season at their panel. Before I even begin to comment on the awesomeness that this trailer entails, I believe that you should see it first:

It was awesome, wasn’t it?

Wasn’t it?

Not even sorry for being this excited.

Moving on, this upcoming season looks to be extremely fast-paced and exciting. Just in the trailer alone, we’ve already been shown first looks of Brandon Routh as corporate businessman Ray Palmer (who will later appear as The Atom), Haynes in action as Roy Harper/Arsenal, the re-appearance of Sara Lance/Black Canary and a bunch of flashbacks to Oliver’s time in Hong Kong.

But my biggest concern (see: curiosity) is the fact that it appears that Team Arrow may be in some serious trouble. Not only did the trailer show an emerging rift happening between Diggle and Oliver (SAY AIN’T SO), but it also looks like team member Felicity may be in some serious trouble herself. Time will only tell whether or not the group makes it through this new “crucible” (you know, since the show LOVES using that word).

What do you think about the new season 3 trailer? Let me know in the comments below.

 

Source: Screen Crush

Images From: Weheartit.com, Comicbookresources.com

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One thought on “‘Arrow’ Season 3 Trailer Drops at Comic-Con

  1. Pingback: ‘Arrow’ Casts J.R. Ramirez as DC’s Wildcat | Sublime Zoo

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