This is it. It's official. Oliver Queen for Mayor. It looks kind of weird, right? He becomes the mayor of Star City in the comics, so it wouldn't be a suprise at all if he followed suit in the Arrowverse.
Tensions are rising between Oliver and Diggle, putting the two into serious danger. Exactly when will the two just go out for a damned beer and put their cards on the table? Cards...Double Down...get it?
It looks like Oliver spotted the bad guy. Or A bad guy, anyway. That's not just any finger point, right? That's THE finger point, the one that calls in the reserves, that makes all the other good guys come running in for an assist. Surely. Right?
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!
Oliver appears to be looking for clues in the street. Maybe testing the type of oil left behind, looking at blood or tire tracks. Who knows, right? It could pretty much be anything with this guy. He's got his fingers in a lot of pies!
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?
This is Oliver Queen, Green Arrow. He has a nifty, new sleeveless garment to do his superheroing in, which I think comes to him by way of his gal pal, Felicity, if we're to believe the unveiling in the trailers we've seen so far.
Felicity: What's going on? Ray? Ray: Oliver Queen is the Arrow. Felicity: What? Ray: I have a 140 IQ and three PhDs, but it's pretty hard to insult my intelligence, but I'm pretty sure you just did. It all makes sense now. Your, ah, sudden disappearances, your apprehension of helping me with my mission. You've been working with the Arrow this whole time.