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Published On: Thu, Apr 2nd, 2015

David Ramsey teases ‘Arrow’ season 3 climax, Ra’s al Ghul, coming to MegaCon 2015

Fans are glued to the weekly airing of CW’s Arrow as the third season ramps up tensions with Ra’s al Ghul, the appearance of Atom and promises from co-star David Ramsey.

“Listen, from, really, [Episodes] 16, 17 on, to 23 [the season finale], it’s just ramping up,” said Ramsey.

Arrow-season-3-poster“Ra’s al Ghul is no joke. And he’s going to get what he wants from Oliver one way or another. One way or another it’s going to happen. And speaking of Lyla and Diggle, they’re going to be affected in a very serious way by Ra’s al Ghul, because no one is off limits to him getting what he wants. In an upcoming episode, they will be touched in a personal way.”

Ramsey also provided spoilers on his on-screen counterparts reaction to Ray’s supersuit.

“He doesn’t have a problem with Ray (Brandon Routh), who is compelled by something, a higher purpose, that Diggle as a person tunes into,” said Ramsey.

“But Ray’s not trained, and a part of the criticism he has for Ray is the same one he has for Laurel Lance as Black Canary. Because while it’s honorable what compels Laurel, Diggle feels that, like Atom, she needs to be better trained before she can be super-effective in Starling City.”

Ramsey is on the media list of guests at MegaCon in Orlando. More information can be found here.

MegaCon 2015 will be held at the Orange County Convention Center West Building, Halls A4-B4 on April 10th-12th, 2015.

More details and get tickets here

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