‘Arrow’: Inside Look Into 3.17 “Suicidal Tendencies” (Video)
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John Diggle and Lyla Michaels cordially invite you to their wedding! The reception will be hosted by… the Suicide Squad! Held at… a secret location.

Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim delves deeper into the upcoming 17th episode of Arrow Season 3, titled “Suicidal Tendencies,” which is packed with a lot of the good stuff we’ve been waiting for. Take it from Deadshot (Michael Rowe), who exclaims “Suicide Squad rides again.” Their mission starts in their wedding limo, complete with champagne and extra guests. We see the return of Cupid (Amy Gumenick), whose obsession with the Arrow (Stephen Amell) caused her to kill for his attention. This mission comes right on the tail of Diggle and Oliver’s journey to Nanda Parbat to save Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) from Ra’s al Ghul (Matt Nable), in 3.16 “The Offer.” That offer, of course was for Oliver to take over as the new Ra’s al Ghul, an offer he seriously considered. We now know that the offer is not one he can refuse, so look forward to that conflict playing out before the end of the season.

The video also promises “the Arrow vs. the Atom. An epic, epic battle.” You can watch it along with a promo video for the episode below.

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Stephen Amell Auctioning ‘Arrow’ Scripts For Charity!
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Stephen Amell, who plays the Arrow/Oliver Queen on the CW’s Arrow, announced Tuesday, August 19th on Facebook, that he will be auctioning off signed scripts #201-209 on ebay for an as of yet undecided charity. Some of the scripts even have his notes scribbled on them!

Bidding started for all scripts at 4:00pm Pacific Daylight Time for $1.00. Script 201 was at $1800 (50 bids) as of 5:02pm PDT. The auctions end at 4:00pm PDT on August 26th. Some of the other scripts are still under $1000, but probably won’t be for long. Stephen said he is “cataloging” all charity suggestions and will announce the charity before the auction’s end.

Continue reading to find out where you can bid, and to see a video of Amell announcing the auction.

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Top 10 Fantasy and Horror Books Of 2011

2011 was a big year for doorstopper-sized fantasy novels, particularly A Dance of Dragons by George R.R. Martin, which is a whopping 1,040 pages. It sold 298,000 copies on its first day alone, which included 170,000 hardcovers, 110,000 eBooks, and 18,000 audiobooks, proving that although ebook sales are catching up, print is still ahead for big releases like this.

Another major series that got a hugely anticipated sequel came in the form of Patrick Rothfuss’ The Wise Man’s Fear, which continues the events of The Name of the Wind and propels Kvothe into an even more compelling situations. Canadian horror also got a few notable entries with Enter, Night and Dead of Winter, both historical fiction novels and both superbly written. Small and mid-sized presses continue to produce some of the best genre fiction out there, and this year proved no exception.

Here’s my picks for the Top 10 Fantasy and Horror Books of 2011.

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