Arrow - Oliver Queen's Dossier collates the intelligence Oliver Queen uncovered from Season 1 to Season 3 on things such as nefarious business dealings, criminal activity in Starling City, and "top secret" records on his alter-ego Arrow since his return from Lian Yu. Includes hard copy duplicates of confidential government and business documents acquired by Oliver and Felicity Smoak, top-secret schematics for Arrow's weaponry, and Queen family records.
Arrow is based on the DC Comics character Green Arrow. The series follows billionaire playboy Oliver Queen, portrayed by Stephen Amell, who, after five years of being stranded on a hostile island, returns home to fight crime and corruption as a secret vigilante whose weapon of choice is a bow and arrow.
- The section on Guillermo Barrera includes a printed email from A.R.G.U.S. agent Dale Gunn to Amanda Waller that recommends avoiding interference from "The Hood" as well as "Nightwing". In the DC comics, Nightwing AKA Dick Grayson is a Blüdhaven-based vigilante who fought Barrera's villainous alter-ego, Brutale, on several occasions.
- The email warns that Barrera will not miss if he has a target "dead to rights", a reference to the episode of the same name in which he appeared.
- Dominic Alonzo's financials indicate a job in Gotham City. In the comics, Gotham City is home to the vigilante Batman.
- The newspaper article on Ferris Air mentions an exclusive with the new CEO, whose name is blocked. This is a subtle allusion to Carol Ferris AKA Star Sapphire, who took over the company from her father and was a love interest of Hal Jordan.
- The story also has the tagline "up, up and away", a popular catchphrase of Superman.
- Dr. Avery Pressnall's business card has the symbol of the Blue Lantern Corps, referencing how St. Walker's Hospital is named after a member.
- The A.R.G.U.S. files on Deathstroke have a list of incident report code names, which are the names of Season 2 episodes in which he started appearing in the present: "Three Ghosts", "Blind Spot", "Heir to the Demon", "Time of Death", "The Promise", and "Suicide Squad".
- Isabel Rochev's business card's emblem is two crossed swords, with a rose on the left and arrowhead on the right. This is an allusion to the moniker she later took, Ravager.
- The rose emblem also references Rose Wilson, the daughter of Slade Wilson in the comics who was one of the most prominent individuals to become Ravager.
- A sketch of a car dubbed the "Arrowmobile" as Oliver's potential method of transportation is shown discarded for being "too conspicuous, not practical." This is an allusion to the Batmobile used by the vigilante Batman.
- The Starling City Sentinel article on Holder Group is shown to be written by Evan Gibson, but the writer was Ron Troupe in .
- The files on Scott Morgan state he was killed by The Hood, but he was actually killed by Malcolm Merlyn.
- However, it's possible Oliver didn't know Scott's true murderer at the time.
- The book states that Ken Williams' birth date is March 4, 1965, but the episode "" listed it to be June 13, 1968.
- Troupe was stated to have written The Starling City Star's article on The Dollmaker's arrest in 2007. However, this is impossible since he worked for the Starling City Sentinel until late 2012.
- Sebastian Sangre's post-mortem report stated he didn't have a mustache or beard. However, his photo in "" showed he had both.
- The Starling City Sentinel article reporting Oliver's plans to open a nightclub mistakenly says he was lost at sea for 6 years rather than 5.
- On Felicity Smoak's Queen Consolidated file, it states she was employed on October 24, 2011. However, a flashback from Season 3's "" had Felicity already working at the company by February 2010.
- The book lists Quentin Lance's birth date as January 3, 1963. However, Quentin's gravestone in the Season 7 episode "" lists his birth date as June 15, 1960.
- A newspaper article about Thea Queen's DUI conviction mentions Judge Moss denying her plea deal but it was actually Judge Brackett who did so on .
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