The final chapter of The Rise Of Star City isn’t much of a finale. Despite being largely expository, the story seems rushed, though the art is as fine as ever.
If you have yet to give the new Green Arrow a chance, this issue marks a wonderful opportunity to see what you’ve been missing out on. If you’re a long-suffering Arrow-head wishing for a return to the good-old-days when men were men with goatees, women were women in fishnets and a comic could be socially aware while still presenting a kick-ass action sequence or two, now is the time to come home. Either way, this book is a great read and one of the strongest titles of the Rebirth line.
If you’ve never read a Green Arrow comic, this topical issue pitting Green Arrow and Black Canary against a gang of corrupt cops is a great place to start!
The Emerald Archer is now an Emerald Outlaw as Green Arrow returns home to Seattle as a wanted man in both his identities!
Until now, every issue of Green Arrow post-Rebirth seemed like it was taking one step forward and two steps back. This issue is one big step back.
From the moment they open Deep Gravity, science-fiction fans will find themselves in comfortable territory. The title page gives us the definition of a few basic scientific terms and explanations of various phenomena, such as what deep gravity is and how a gravity well works. We also have the setting established with a brief text […]