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!
With Angel Catbird Vol. 1, author Margaret Atwood transitions from the traditional prose of fiction to sequential art of comics, but she should have just stuck with her original craft.
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.
It’s amazing Green Arrow and Black Canary are so widely recognized as a couple. Strictly speaking, they’ve been apart more than they’ve been together over the course of their lives as fictional characters. Whether it was by death or writer fiat, the two were only a couple – dating or married – for about 25 […]