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The Reverend Billy Miggs has escaped, and Green Arrow begins a relentless manhunt to bring him back to justice. One that will put him head to head against one of the most dangerous businesses in the DC Universe.
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Where is the bang? 0

  Cover I was not a big fan of this cover because the main villain of this story arc is a corrupted religious leader. Yes there are “Mega Mechs” but not a lot of them. Also the art for the cover is worse than the art in the issue and that rarely happens. Story Green Arrow is up against a religious leader who has a big following and will kill anyone in their way. Best Part I kind of like the villain in this story because I feel like it really has not been done, a religious leader who tw...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Can't be a real a real cult without mass suicide. 0

Review of Green Arrow #14.  The Story: Ollie goes after a buyer of one of the mech suits and Batman drops by to help GA.  The Good: I really liked the talk between Ollie and Bats about the cult and how Ollie shouldn't generalize of being crazy because they are a people with beliefs and a sense of self-worth but Ollie counters with nine people just set themselves on fire so he doesn't really care what Batman thinks about it. The good Reverend continues to be a pretty good villain, he seems like a...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Great art mixed with a decent story... 0

Green Arrow is winding down to the upcoming September relaunch but not before finishing up Oliver's hunt for a maniacal cult leader known as Reverend Miggs. This issue slows the pace just a tad but does an adequate job setting up next issue's conclusion.  Writer James Patrick starts the story off with a bang but refrains from making this a wall-to-wall action book. Oliver and Donovan have some nice scenes together as they try and track down Miggs. Oliver also gets some help from Batman (Bruce W...

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