Green Arrow #1

    Green Arrow » Green Arrow #1 - Living a Life of Privilege released by DC Comics on November 2011.

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    Living a Life of Privilege last edited by johnrevenge on 03/31/22 09:25AM View full history

    Green Arrow is on the hunt. Driven by inner demons, Ollie Queen travels the world and brings outlaws to justice…by breaking every law. Now, armed with cutting-edge weaponry and illegally gained intel (courtesy of his team at QCore), Green Arrow is shooting first and asking questions later.


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    We had to wait a while but we get a good Green Arrow story 0

        Cover I enjoyed the cover for this issue a lot. Even though Green Arrows beard is classic I also like Green Arrow with a five o’clock shadow. I also loved the art for the cover because it looked so real. So, far this is my favorite cover out of all the 52 new titles for the reboot. Green Arrow kind of reminds me of the Green Arrow from Smallville, which I love because Green Arrow was one of my favorite characters from Smallville. Story Green Arrow goes and tries to stop people at a party ...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    This seires better invoke the "Growing the beard" trope. 0

    Review for Green Arrow #1.  The Story: Ollie goes to arrest some freaks that have beaten people and have posted it on youtube. We see some of Queen Industries and the people who are helping him.  The Good: You know ive seen some negative comments about these villains but I find them interesting. These are the type of villains that think of dressing up in costumes and fighting superheroes is just stupid and seems very posur esk wich I like for some reason. I have a feeling were going to some corp...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    The Old and the New Not Mixing Well 0

    The Good: J.T. Krul made me like Green Arrow in the first place, and I'm glad to see him continue. The spirit is still there in the writing in a pretty good way. A tiny example includes the same style of letting for the issue titles, which are nice and fancy.Green Arrow makes really good use of his wide range of trick arrows and gadgets, making this fun and interesting. The angle of Green Arrow working with backup he communicates with is pretty interesting. It reflects his new modern design and ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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