Green Arrow #10

    Green Arrow » Green Arrow #10 - Valley of the Shadow of Death released by DC Comics on May 2011.

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    BRIGHTEST DAY nears its end as something terrible stirs within the forest and Oliver Queen discovers his role in Star City. How will Green Arrow help pave the way for Earth's Protector?


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    The Truth behind Galahad 0

    While Ollie and Jason Blood are desperately trying to stop Etrigan from fully controlling the Forest, Sir Galahad finds his way throught the darkness and reveals himself as a true knight of light (in his own way) - again I´m not confident that this story is important both for Green Arrow as a character or for the Brightest Day saga, since all the events that took place in this issue have no importance or real consequence in the BD conclusion (issue # 24) - sure the whole story about the forest c...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Oh so thats his origin. 0

    Issue #10 of Green Arrow.  The Story:  Ollie,Jason.Mr.Terrific and Doc Mid-Nite are fighting Etrigan's super demon form and we learn Galahad's back story.   The Good: The origin given for Galahad really mae him a more sympathethic guy in my eyes instead of just having him be a crazy guy beliving he his Galahad. What I can say that consistent for each issue is that J.T Krul can write a really good fight scene and as always I liked Neves art.  The Bad: I taught some of the dialogue during the figh...

    3 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Queen Battles Inner and Outer Demons 0

    Jason Blood has held the Demon Etrigan inside of him for centuries, using it to transform and protect the innocent at a moments notice. Now, inside Star City Forest, Jason and Etrigan have separated, and Etrigan is on a warpath from Hell. But the real battle going on in this issue is inside Oliver Queen (Green Arrow), who is still wrestling with his horrible decisions and actions leading up to and including The Blackest Night (when the undead Black Lanterns attacked the universe, as foretold in ...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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