Daily Double: Arrow S3E13, Marvel’s Agent Carter S1E4

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By Josh Axelrod 

I’m going to keep my superhero reviews short and sweet. “Arrow” is in flux while Oliver recovers from his duel with Ra’as al Ghul, and “Agent Carter” came out the gate strong and has cooled down a little since. Let’s mix DC and Marvel:

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Arrow S3E9: “Death Comes For Us All”

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By Josh Axelrod

Wait, what?! No time for pleasantries with “Arrow’s” midseason finale. It’s best to just dive right in so we can get to the end as soon as possible.

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Arrow S3E8: “What Goes Around Comes Around”

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By Josh Axelrod

I am so happy I decided on a whim to binge “Arrow” a few months ago. Because I got sucked into Oliver Queen’s universe, I was ready to take on Barry Allen’s in “The Flash” when that premiered. If any “Arrow” fan isn’t watching “The Flash” or vice versa, I highly recommend you fix that immediately. Not watching one of these brilliant shows would suck some of the fun out of this entertaining crossover episode.

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The Flash S1E8: “I Want That Arrow Out of My City”

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By Mina Haq

Okay, this week’s crossover episode of “The Flash” was the most loaded hour of television I have ever watched, so just bear with me here. Not only did it feature a very significant appearance from Team Arrow, but Barry became the bad guy and essentially ruined everyone’s lives for a bit thanks to the effects of a meta-human and Oliver had to fight him (hence the title “Flash vs. Arrow”). Oh, and Eddie now has an agenda against the Flash and wants to take him down with a task force.

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The Flash S1E7: “Power Outage”

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By Mina Haq

This week’s episode of “The Flash” was all about time, which I suppose one could contribute to the appearance of the Clock King (who was on “Arrow” a while back as well, for anyone who remembers). References were made to the past and to the future, and our characters often found themselves running out of time or caught in situations with terrible timing.

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