‘ARROW’ 100th Episode Death? Mark Guggenheim Wants “Everyone Scared.”

Hitting 100 Episodes this year, ‘Arrow’ Executive Producer Mark Guggenheim hints at character death!

100 episodes is a pivotal point for any television show, most importantly one that can make a huge impact on the entire show. In the comic book world, it can do the same, making a change in the story arc, adding or taking away.

Lately, it has been the 100th episode has been a way to kill off one of the most beloved and important characters. We see our favorites die in cruel and unusual ways and ‘Arrow’ is no exception according to my source.

“You know me, I always want everyone worried.” Guggenheim boasts.

“Feels like the 100th issue of a comic book, perhaps even more so than the 100th episode of a television show.” He continues. Perhaps good news for the fans?

Guggenheim is vague and cryptic, but that makes us just want the episode more. The anticipation of losing a main character is a terrifying one, especially after the ‘Walking Dead’.

Because the episode sneaks in the middle of the four-part crossover event “Invasion” which features Supergirl, The Flash, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, we get all the action along with the long awaited episode.


The event begins on November 28th.

Since the appearance of old characters that will be popping up, rumors have spread that the Waverider from Legends of Tomorrow will be used to travel and forth in time.

Also, with the sight of John Diggles son, Connor Hawke, is it possible we could see the death of Oliver Queen? Could we get the replacement for the Green Arrow?

Due to all the heroes meeting, teaming up, and kicking ass, the possibilities really are endless.

Most of all, congrats on making it to 100 Arrow, here’s to 100 more!

‘Arrow’ stars Emily Bett Rickards, Willa Holland, David Ramsey, and Stephen Amell.

100th episode premieres on November 30th at 8/7c on the CW.


Devon Kenney
Devon Kenney
A Washingtonian born and raised, trying to make my way in Indiana. A nerd from head to toe. In love with craft beer, horror, and Hall and Oates. Graduate from Academy of Art University with a degree in Screenwriting. Find me on Twitter and Instagram @Nightynight34