Tag: Green Arrow
This issue is a a slow down after the gotham resistance tie in. It's a fantastic narrative that shows the reader that Oliver Queen isn't some punk kid. He has people who rely on him and he has his support structure
This issue was great. It picks up right after the Suicide Squad tie-in. The art is fantastic and we see some images of the Batman who laughs that no one should ever see.
A solid conclusion to the 'Hard Traveling Hero' story with great set-up for Green Arrow's role in 'Gotham City Resistance' and excellent art.
Not much happens in Green Arrow #30, but tstrong dialogue and character development from Percy and some great art from Schmidt make this a fun issue overall.
Green Arrow #28 tells a good story about Oliver's mission in Metropolis, with solid characterizations of both Superman and Lex Luthor, and excellent art from Juan Ferreyra. This is the best issue of Green Arrow in months.
For a setup issue, Green Arrow #25 does what it needs to by setting the tone, presenting new and interesting character developments, and clearly telling readers exactly why Ollie's embarking on this new quest.