There aren't many members of the family left, and I suppose they are not technically Queens, since Thea's father is a Merlyn, but together they stand vowing to protect Jessica Danforth throughout her candidacy as mayor of Star City. They're good people!
Word is that Thea finally begins showing some signs of wear and tear after her resurrection in the Lazarus Pit. Maybe it's just me, but Speedy looks like she's just lumbering a bit in this photo. Maybe not her best self, exactly. What are the side effects of the pit, anyway? How crazy does one get?
Speedy is pulling back her bow, and I have to wonder if her costume is supposed to be a disguise, because she's incredibly recognizable. More than anyone else on the team, really. Instantly recognizable, I'd say. And her costume has been rejuvenated since Season 3. It looks amazing.
In other news, Thea will also have an unexpected connection to Lonnie Machin, aka Anarky, a psychotic criminal who poses a major threat in the second episode. It seems as though her life is about to get a heck of a lot more interesting!
When Speedy isn't in costume, she'll have a new love interest and find it interesting trying to maintain a secret identity. It's not something that was really explored in depth with Oliver, so they'll take the time to go through it with Thea, instead.
This is the Team Arrow that was protecting Star City (so renamed in honor of Ray Palmer's vision of the city after his death) while the Arrow was gone. Things were going very well until they felt they could use a hand with the darhkness come their way by Damien Darhk.