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ARROW: Episode 303: Corto Maltese TV Show Trailers, Comic Preview [The CW]

Willa Holland Arrow 303 Corto Maltese

Corto Maltese TV show trailers & digital comic image for The CW‘s Arrow. Arrow season one Big Bad, Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman), returned from the dead to lay claim to his daughter, Thea (Willa Holland), at the end of season two. The one real problem to his agenda: the family name Queen, that Thea shares with Oliver (Stephen Amell). It’s the sort of thing that could prompt a brother to come looking for his sister – even if she is only half of one – and Oliver follows a lead to Corto Maltese, intending to do just that.

As it turns out that A.R.G.U.S. agent trouble is afoot, at the same location, Diggs (David Ramsey) gets to tag along. Throw in some good old fashioned guilt, over losing Thea in the first place, and Roy (Colton Haynes) tacks on to the expedition, as well.

This will not be a simple reunion & return to the fold, however, as Thea may have other ideas about where she belongs. A decision not taken likely, given the nature of her father-daughter time at Corto Maltese – as depicted in a panel from the Arrow digital comic adaptation of the episode.

Arrow episode 303 digital comic preview:

Arrow 303 digital comic preview

The trailers are again split between official & Canadian TV versions, but essential tease the same action.

‘Corto Maltese’ also features Emily Bett Rickards, Katie Cassidy, Paul Blackthorne, J.R. Ramirez, David Cubitt, and Audrey Marie Anderson, and airs Wednesday, Oct. 22, at 8 p.m. EST, on The CW.

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Sources: Ow.Ly, SpoilerTV (1,2)

 

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