Green Arrow

52 weeks. 52 different writers. 2 trade paperbacks or hardcovers a week. Each week I’ll take a look at a different writer and read two different collected editions from within…

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A continued look at pre-internet publisher’s comics solicitations, this time DC Releases August 1987. DC’s second prestige format series premieres, riding the coattails of The Dark Knight Returns. The Shadow monthly by Bill Sienkiewicz and The Shadow trade paperback make the back page.

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September 13, 2011 / / Reviews 7 Comments

This week we’re also taking a look at another of the new DC 52 number ones, this time the Emerald Archer himself, Green Arrow. Coming off a tumultuous year in the life of Oliver Queen, the series has been rebooted, taking Oliver Queen back to a location he’s not been in some time. Intrigued? Then read forth.

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June 28, 2011 / / Reviews 0 Comments

As Brightest Day concluded, so did J.T. Krul’s run on the title as of issue 12. Writer James Patrick joins Agustin Padilla as the new creative team behind Green Arrow, so let’s see how this new team stacks up to the past year of Green Arrow stories.

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More Fun Comics #73, DC Comics, November 1941 Now here’s a comic book that should be getting a lot more respect and a lot more attention. More Fun #73 introduces…

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August 3, 2010 / / Reviews 1 Comment

Writer: J.T. Krul Pencils: Diogenes Neves Inks: Vicente Cifuentes Colours: Ulises Arreola Here we are again with another issue of the revamped Green Arrow, and it’s clear after this last…

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June 28, 2010 / / Reviews 2 Comments

Writer: J.T. Krul Artists: Diogenes Neves and Vicente Cifuentes In the wake of Blackest Night, numerous DC titles have been sporting the Brightest Day banner while others such as Birds…

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June 9, 2010 / / Reviews 3 Comments