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Arrow Season 2.5 Comic Finale

Arrow Season 2.5 Finale First Look: Malcolm Plots Sara's Murder

It’s the beginning of the end for Sara Lance in Monday’s release of the Arrow Season 2.5 comic.

In TVLine’s exclusive first look at the finale issue, the story starts to catch up to the heartbreaking events of the Season 3 premiere, in which an unseen (and drugged) Thea killed Sara.

As revealed in our sneak peek of the last edition — written by executive producer Marc Guggenheim, with art by Joe Bennet, Craig Yeung and Jim Charalampidis — the Dark Archer begins to formulate the assassin’s demise after Sara (cheekily) refuses to help him in his battle with Ra’s.

Meanwhile, Lance just wishes his daughter had joined the League of Accountants. (If only!)

Click through the gallery below — or right here — to check out the preview, then make sure to download the comic on Monday via the DC Comics App, ReadDCEntertainment.com, iBooks, comiXology.com, Google Play, Kindle Store, Nook Store or iVerse ComicsPlus.

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10 Comments
  1. Malcolm plotted to kill Sara. Malcolm becomes Ra’s. Sara comes back to life through the Lazarus Pit. So, is Malcolm trying to make up for what he did to get on Thea’s good side?

  2. Lizo says:

    Been enjoying the comics and looking forward to Legends, but I still think it was a huge error to kill off Sara.

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  4. Kat says:

    This doesn’t make what happened in season 3 any easier. Just makes it worse. I’ve enjoyed the comics though. Wish they were season 3 instead of the one we got. I hated that they killed Sara. She was perfect and Caity Lotz is incredible at stunts. No stunt double needed there.

  5. Roberto says:

    Sara killing was a mistake, the first mistake of an unlucky season. But what they had in mind, killing the only credible heroine of the show. Laurel and Thea are putting effort, but when I see them fight, they have the same credibility of a monkey riding an airplane. Arrow was characterized by the credibility of his characters. A man trained in a hellish island, in the Russian mafia, in the secret services; a woman trained in the League of Assassins for at least four years; a special forces soldier with years spent in Afghanistan; a computer genius. Roy, despite being a criminal, accustomed to fighting, was considered by Oliver, unable to be part of his team and kept on the sidelines for a long time. Now we have two damsels in distress turned into superhero in less than a year, with little practice on the field that should fight against experienced warriors of the League of Assassins or the HIVE. I get the headaches just thinking about it. Fortunately, they decided to resurrect Sara, even though it was better not to kill her.

    • Liz says:

      I’m confused? Are you saying Thea & Laurels fighting style is not creditable but at the same time explaining that they are former damsels in distress that don’t know how to fight. Hence them not being credible fighters. I thought the whole point is that Laurel is a hot head who goes in guns blazing and gets her ass kicked. Thea isn’t bad she was trained by Malcolm. And we haven’t really seen her in combat form in the grand scale.