Young woman with Short Black Hair and Black Outfits who is friends with the protagonist, eventually becoming a love interest, who in the end is forgotten by everyone.
But who exactly am I talking about?
Everyone is worried about Ashi getting killed in next week’s episode and I’m more concerned for Hāto (fan name) because it seems like they’re building her up to be the weakest of them all. She also seems to be closer to Ashi.
The CW has just announced that Katie Cassidy will return to Arrow as the Black Siren for the final two episodes of the show’s currently-ongoing fifth season, then continue in the same role (Black Siren) as a series regular for season 6.
Ashi was literally BURNT. That’s what the black is; it’s not just a suit. They were burnt because “Aku was born of darkness,” so they supposedly needed to become one with the darkness. When she scrubs this off of herself, she is once and for all getting rid of everything they taught her, freeing herself from Aku’s grip. It’s her final step in recreating herself, having seen the kind things Samurai Jack has done in the face of Aku’s evil.
You’re heading into next week’s finale not knowing if the show’s going to be renewed. Do you feel like the finale gives closure, or are you guys charging head-on into a potential fifth season
DE CAESTECKER: You can always see more. Even when the show ultimately does end, there’s always still stories to be told, so.
HENSTRIDGE: Yeah, we haven’t had our wedding scene, we’ve not had a birth scene.
Wow, that would be quick!
HENSTRIDGE: Oh, yeah. You know, there’s just a lot that can happen. Maybe that’s what season 5 is, just like the domestic bliss. DE CAESTECKER: I’d love to see a kid in the show. That’d be great, wouldn’t it? HENSTRIDGE: Yeah. DE CAESTECKER: Like you doing all your lab stuff and whipping up kids.