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In JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE, Roy Harper lost everything at the hands of Prometheus, barely surviving the brutal severing of his arm. But when he finally awakens from his coma, Roy will find that his dangerous journey into despair is just beginning.

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I Was Cringing As I Turned The Page 0

I've sort of made it known that I wasn't crazy about the editorial decision to have Roy Harper lose an arm. It felt like it was done merely for shock value. Granted, it worked on me and I read the Cry For Justice issue right away. Another complaint was we didn't really see how it happened. In this issue, we find out how it went down.  The Good:I've been convinced. It wasn't just a gimmick. I've respected Roy's place in the DC Universe in the past but never really cared too much for his character...

7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Surprise, Surprise! 0

J.T. Krul and Geraldo Borges actually surprised me with the complete and utter fall of Red Arrow, AKA Roy Harper. With the recent loss of his daughter and arm, I thought this would be a simple cliched story of a hero turning his back on everything he believes in and toeing the line between hero/villain. But that's not exactly what we get. What's provided is a tale of a very human young man who's made some seriously wrong decisions, finally made right, proven to be a good person and a loving fath...

2 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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