Let’s review … Arrow!
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In 2001, Director Kevin Smith revived Oliver Queen in Green Arrow: Quiver, and it’s time to fire off our thoughts on this DC comic in this month’s installment of the Geek History Lesson Book Club
Once upon a time, Oliver Queen died to save Metropolis… but you didn’t think that would last, did you? Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Green Arrow #1 awaits!
The CW has revealed its full fall schedule for next season, and it looks like the World’s Finest or Supergirl and Batwoman are taking Sunday night.
It’s about to break loose, and all the DCU’s worst villains are ready to capitalize! Your Major Spoilers review of DC’s Year Of The Villain #1 awaits!
Since he’s soon to be a star on the big-screen, but somehow still ends up the target of mindless mockery, it’s time to scope out the first appearance of the King of the Seas… Aquaman! Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of More Fun Comics #73 awaits!
Despite the fact the Green Arrow is grieving the loss of his partner, Oliver Queen is still on the most wanted list of The Citizen. But Oliver is in no mood to play, and when The Citizen ups the game, Green Arrow has to be on target to stop him, or die trying. It all goes down in Green Arrow #46 from DC Comics.
On the run for his life, Oliver Queen has a target on his back. Can even Green Arrow’s skills get him out of Citizen’s trap? Your Major Spoilers review of Green Arrow #44 awaits!
It’s the story that changed everything and led to a whole new age of comics… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Green Lantern #76 awaits!
The second round of Favorite Cover Madness is here! As there can be only one, and we are working our way through the best of the best of the best covers, week four’s Amazing Spider-Man #33 takes on week five’s Green Lantern/Green Arrow #85. Which will win? That depends on which cover is your favorite!
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Sequart Organization is proud to announce the publication of Moving Target: The History and Evolution of Green Arrow, by Richard Gray.
Recently, I asked my 13-year-old what DC Comics character she wanted to know more about,…