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Island Music: An Interview with Arrow Composer Blake Neely

Yesterday saw the release of the original television soundtrack for the first season of Arrow, and listening to it, a few things become clear. The first is how wide ranging the score is, offering up both gentle, romantic themes of love and longing as well as relentless, dark beats that effectively convey the violent vigilante justice that the show’s also known for.

Caption This!: Drafting for Destruction

It’s time for another edition of Caption This!, the monthly game from DC Collectibles where we give you the picture, and you give us the (hopefully far less than a thousand) words.

It may be Villains Month, but it’s also fall. Which means that like many of you, we’re busy building our fantasy leagues. And let’s just say that draft time around here gives new meaning to the term cutthroat, especially when our new Crime Syndicate action figures get involved…

Win an Arrow Season One Blu-Ray Prize Package

Shado teaching Oliver how to aim. Slade Wilson mentioning he likes swords. The vigilante telling Moira Queen that she’s failed the city. Huntress raising a crossbow for the first time. The final fight between the vigilante and Dark Archer.

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Who Said It?: Ollie vs. Amell

You know our characters. You’ve read their comics, watched their movies and TV shows and played their games so often that you practically have them memorized, right? Well, we’re about to put that to the test.

Welcome to “Who Said It?,” a quotable new quiz we’ll be running here on DCComics.com each week. Here’s how it works. We’ll give you a quote and you pick the person who said it by clicking on their image. It’s short, simple and you have a 50/50 chance of getting it right. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy. This week’s quiz is below…

Tuesday Roundup: You Can Run or You Can Dial

Villains Month continues this week across The New 52, with the likes of Penguin, Clayface, Eclipso, Ra’s al Ghul, Black Hand, Cheetah and The Rogues running rampant in the pages of your favorite comic books. All of them are must reads for fans of the characters, but there’s one book that’s perhaps a little further down the list that we’d like to point out to you.

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