ARROW Season 2 Coming To Blu-Ray This Fall

After an impressive first season, The CW's Arrow made all the right moves in its second year. This season introduced fan-favorite characters such as Amanda Waller, Black Canary, and Barry Allen, and upped the ante in everything from action choreography and excitement to acting and character development. Now, Arrow's second season is confirmed for a home video release this fall. The Blu-Ray set is scheduled for release on September 16th, shortly before the premiere of Season 3. Below are the cover artwork and bonus features specs, as well as a new plot synopsis for the season. Will you be picking up Arrow Season 2?


Based on the DC Comics "Green Arrow" superhero comic book series, Arrow has been reinvented for a modern day audience. Starling City has been torn apart by the Undertaking, so the need for the hooded vigilante -- now known as The Arrow -- is more urgent than ever. After retreating to the island on which he was once stranded, Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) returns to protect his mother, sister and besieged company but comes to realize that allies and enemies have switched sides, and the stranglehold of evil on family, friends and city is diabolically linked to his fateful shipwreck. A once-tight comrade-at-arms and a strength-enhancing, yet mind-warping serum may prove to be the mightiest adversaries The Arrow has ever encountered. Can justice find its target in this 23-episode season? Or will all fall before the fury of Deathstroke? 

The Blu-ray/DVD/UltraViolet Combo Pack release of Arrow: The Complete First Season features 23 episodes spread across four BD-50 discs, 1080p video, a DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround track, DVD and UltraViolet copies of the entire season, and the following extras:

From Vigilante to Green Arrow
How Did They Do That?! Action & FX
Wirework: The Impossible Moves of Arrow
Select Episode Commentaries
Deleted Scenes
Gag Reel

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