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Arrow (TV Series 2012– )

Arrow (TV Series 2012– )
Edit Storyline Oliver Queen and his father are lost at sea when their luxury yacht sinks, apparently in a storm. His father dies, but Oliver survives for five years on an uncharted island and eventually returns home. But he wasn't alone on the island where he learned not only how to fight and survive but also of his father's corruption and unscrupulous business dealings. He returns to civilization a changed man, determined to put things right. Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis Taglines: Destiny leaves its mark See more » Edit Did You Know? Trivia Brandon Routh's character Ray Palmer shares his name with another DC hero, Atom. Goofs In the promotional picture for the series it shows a shirtless Oliver. Quotes Oliver Queen: My name is Oliver Queen. Crazy Credits The DC Comics logo is colored green and features a comic-book image of Green Arrow.

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