Green Arrow #8

    Green Arrow » Green Arrow #8 - Exorcising the Demons released by DC Comics on March 2011.

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    With Green Arrow back in full form, the gangs of Star City begin looking for their own MVPs to step forward. Are Star City and Ollie ready for Black Arrow? "The Rise of Black Arrow" begins here in this BRIGHTEST DAY tie-in!    


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    Green Arrow plus Guest Stars Galore 0

    This is my first review so be gentle.   Because this is my first review I feel that it is a good time to try to do this in a less traditional way.   I remember the first time I ever saw Green Arrow, it was the premier of Justice League Unlimited.   Seeing someone dressed like Robin Hood take down some robbers with bows and arrows made him an interesting character.   By the end of the episode he took down a giant monster, a feat that seemed larger than life.   Once I started reading Green Arrow...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Why Won't This Book Just Get To The Point Already? 0

    The ongoing saga of Green Arrow turns off on a sudden tangent as Etrigan and Jason Blood inexplicably drop by the forest and other guest appearances flood in from all sides for no apparent purpose.  Honestly, I am at a total loss as to what story J.T. Krul is trying to tell here. I don't believe he knows either, because he is all over the place. Lois Lane shows up in a scene to give us exposition on the state of Star City and its relation to the magical forest that has sprung up. I do not get it...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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