Green Arrow #17

    Green Arrow » Green Arrow #17 - The Kill Machine, Part 1 released by DC Comics on April 2013.

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    Welcome the new team of writer JEFF LEMIRE and artist ANDREA SORRENTINO!

    As Ollie struggles to come to terms with the loss of his fortune, his company and his heritage, he discovers a shocking truth about his father that ties to his time stranded on an island before he became Green Arrow.

    Plus: Green Arrow battles the deadly archer known as Komodo!



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    Finally a Serious Series 0

    I've been a fan of Green Arrow for a few years now, and quite enjoyed the pre-New 52 series. I have read the first few issues of this series written by J. T. Krul, but didn't feel like catching up after reading the negative comments about Ann Nocenti's run, and after reading her Catwoman run so far I can truly believe it. So when I heard that a new creative team was joining I was hoping for good things, and after hearing good things about Jeff Lemire's previous work I though I'd give it a try, a...

    13 out of 13 found this review helpful.

    An Arrow Darkly 0

    Yes. Thank you so much, DC. This is.... this is beyond what I ever would have expected from Green Arrow. This instantly surpasses every other Green Arrow story I've ever read; though to be fair I haven't read a whole lot. Jeff Lemire has done a phenomenal job at making this a true 'Issue #17' that launches off what's come before without truly tying itself down to it. You don't need to have read the first 16 issues, which is good because they suck hard, but it doesn't negate their existence. This...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Reboot the reboot! 0

    I started reading Green Arrow from #1 and stuck with it for a few issues but never really got into the series as a whole. I saw that Jeff Lemire was the new writer for the book at 17 and decided to pick it up, and I'm VERY glad I did. Not only does the artist from I, Vampire make this book look absolutely fantastic but smoothly pulls together the story.The Good: Reading this issue, you really don't need to know much about the character except maybe origin which is pretty well known already. It s...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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