The CW sez Arrow: The Complete Second Season arrives in September


Fans of Arrow only have a few months to wait before they can get the complete second season of Arrow on Blu-ray and DVD.

According to Warner Home Video, fans can pick up the collection on September 16, 2014, with a street value of $59,98 for DVD and $69.97 for the Blu-ray combo pack.

Billionaire archery enthusiast Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) returns for another season in Starling City. Sworn to fight crime and corruption in his city, Oliver (aka the Arrow) – with the help of the tech-savvy Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) and his iron-fisted right hand, John Diggle (David Ramsey), and the occasional, reluctant assistance of former police detective Quentin Lance (Paul Blackthorne) – has been waging a one-man war on crime. But in all wars, there are casualties.  To honor his fallen friend, Tommy Merlyn, and protect the people he loves, Oliver must rededicate himself to his mission and be more than just a vigilante.  He must become a beacon of hope for the city’s most vulnerable…and a weapon of justice against those who prey upon them. Malcolm Merlyn (aka the Dark Archer) rocked Oliver Queen’s world in the first season finale of Arrow, but who’s going to pick up the pieces?  Find out in season two as Oliver Queen goes from Hood to Hero!

Here are the details direct from WHV:


      Three new featurettes:

      From Vigilante to Hero – Documentary highlighting Oliver Queen’s journey from fighting injustices to becoming Starling City’s resident savior.

      How Did  They Do That?! The Visual Effects of Arrow– Explores how Season 2 has raised the bar for action and effects, showing how the creators can make anything the writers dream up come to life.

      Wirework: The Impossible Moves of ArrowSee how the intense and elaborate fight sequences are shot for maximum realism!

      Arrow 2013 Comic Con Panel
      Deleted Scenes

      Gag Reel 


0.   Bonus Recap  Episode – Year        One

1.    City of Heroes

2.    Identity

3.    Broken Dolls

4.    Crucible

5.    League of Assassins

6.    Keep Your Enemies Closer

7.    State v. Queen

8.    The Scientist

9.    Three Ghosts

10.Blast Radius

11.Blind Spot


13.Heir to the Demon

14.Time of Death

15.The Promoise

16.Suicide Squad

17.Birds of Prey


19.The Man Under the Hood

20.Seeing Red

21.City of Blood

22.Streets of Fire



  • Street Date: September 16, 2014
  • BD and DVD Presented in 16×9 widescreen format
  • Running Time: Feature: Approx 1056 min
  • Enhanced Content: Approx 95 min


  • Price: $59.98 SRP
  • 5 DVD-9s
  • Audio – English (5.1)
  • Subtitles – ESDH, Portuguese, Spanish, French
  • Catalog # 1000437611
  • UPC # 883929375004


  • Price: $69.97 SRP
  • 9-Disc Elite (4 BD-50s, 5 DVD-9s)
  • BD Audio –1080p Full HD Video, DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 – English (5.1), Spanish, French, Portuguese
  • BD Subtitles – ESDH, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish
  • Catalog # 1000435629
  • UPC # 883929373451

 I went ahead and did the iTunes season purchase, so I already have the shows, but the lure of the extras has me wondering if I should get the collection on Blu-ray?

via Warner Home Video