Green Arrow #96

    Green Arrow » Green Arrow #96 - The Ring and the Arrow released by DC Comics on April 1995.

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    The Ring and the Arrow last edited by knightspast on 06/06/21 10:53AM View full history

    Where Angels Fear To Tread, Part 1 of 5.

    Conner and Eddie Fyers start out on a quest to find Oliver Queen who was snatched by Hal Jordan who rescued him from the NSA. Oliver quickly finds out that he's clearly crazy as he was talking about the times they were going to find America. Ollie quickly stops Hal by arguing with him that he's changed and Hal's dead. Hal reveals that Conner is Oliver's son and shocks Oliver. Oliver makes a final point leaves, Hal is revealed in wearing his Parallax armour and teleports away. Oliver finds a pub and discusses his troubles with the bartender who tells him to that he's paying for it.



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    The start of the most important but underrated arc 0

    This issue started the most significant arc for anyone who reads the Green Arrow comics, the death of him. Importance aside, here's my good, bad and the ehh moment.Good:Chuck Dixon was really on a role with his writing in Green Arrow those days with the portrayal of a shocked Ollie when he saw Hal who was then loco. He also did a good job on Connor Hawke and Eddie Fyers with a touch of dark humour.The Bad:I'm an art student but maybe I'm not qualified to say this but I'll say it anyways. Jim's p...

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