The first issue of Green Arrow since the end of the Benjamin Percy era proves a disappointment on every front.
Barbara Gordon takes a bold step in targeting The Calculator’s clients, but will her teammates pay the price in the new Batgirl And The Birds of Prey?
This issue is something of a disappointment after the first special, with the characterization being paper thin and the story fairly standard stuff for a team series. Taken as a work of commentary however, the book becomes a brilliant piece of satire, albeit it possibly unintentionally. I can’t say I liked it much but neither did I dislike it.
Steve Orlando and company make getting the band together feel fresh and definitely earn the trust of readers who pick up Justice League of America Rebirth #1.
As we say goodbye to 2016, we share our picks for our favorite comic books, comic writers, artists, and variant covers.
Post-apocalyptic stories where all but a handful of your favorite heroes are dead is a setting that has been around forever in comics. It’s a setting that, when done properly, can easily become a reader’s favorite. Marvel’s previous visit with the gray haired and broken Wolverine was a welcomed one and Old Man Logan #1 […]
Convergence #0 opens with a dazed Superman asking, “Where am I? Readers might find themselves similarly confused, as this prelude to DC’s spring event is a bit of a mess. As a comics news reader, I’m aware of the basic premise of Convergence sees the return of various abandoned/alternate DC continuities in April and May, leading […]
GREEN ARROW #24/ Written by JEFF LEMIRE/ Art by ANDREA SORRENTINO/ Colors by MARCELO MAIOLO/ Letters by ROB LEIGH/ Published by DC COMICS One could argue that Green Arrow was the most troubled title out of all the problem-ridden books that made up the first wave of DC Comics’ New 52 line. The series was […]