Saturday, August 25, 2012

ON POINT: Latest Arrow Trailer Flies Like A Green Arrow Should

Looks like comics on TV has a whole new showdown in store. The quick trigger guns of the cast of The Walking Dead vs the on-point archery of Green Arrow in the upcoming TV series Arrow. With it's small screen debut now just a matter of sleeps away, a colossal three and a half minute trailer soaks up all the hot teases and more to show you what's headed our way. And I mean our - as the Gods would allow, Arrow will screen roughly the same time, here in Australia.

Enough about me - on with the trailishness!

7 comments:

  1. as you were having a quick jack over at my blogs i was having a deco at this new trailer. i gotta say this show is looking more promising. by the way as irony would have it the I Love Covers blog just posted a couple of Dredd homage covers. it seems everybody is getting hooked on some "slowmo" if you know what i mean. i was looking at some 2000 AD clip art and at Karl Urban and the likeness is uncanny just like Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. have i mentioned how this movie better not suck? glad you liked the Bill Mantlo posting it certainly was informative to me too thanks to those guys who left the comments. i've got something special coming up soon related to all that.

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  2. Yup - ol Kiwi lad Karl Urban sure seems to have the part down Dave! From the sounds of the reveal at Comic Con it went down pretty well at the advance screening. Who knows, plans for a sequel may already be forming as we speak...

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  3. well i'm still impressed with his performance as a young Dr. MCcoy in Star Trek. that was a tough role in general i'd really like to know how Urban prepared for what was basically doing a long impersonation of Deforest Kelley. that wouldn't be easy even as an American actor but for a Kiwi that was something else.

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  4. I was pretty much in love with him. And that was half accomplished after Lord of the Rings. His stint in Star Trek just clinched it. This might have me actively stalking him. (Kidding! Kidding!)

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  5. Yeah, even when he was just working on Kiwi tv he was always going to be a guy who went that much further. For me Chronicles of Riddick really booted that notion into touch...

    Lord of The Rings really gave the careers of heaps of Kiwi actors a shove. Heck I even auditioned as an extra myself. They took so many for the battle scenes, how could you turn that kind opportunity down?

    As for stalking Random, been a fellow Kiwi, I might have a say in Karl's ear. Just so when that shrub keeps running along the road behind him and stopping when he's stopping with the odd giggle I can tell him not to think anything of it :)

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  6. Nice to know you've always got my back, Dan. :) That's a true friend.

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