Green Arrow/Black Canary/Mini-Series
Coming of the success of Mike Grell's re-tooling of Green Arrow in his mini-series The Longbow Hunters, a new ongoing was launched. Running for 11 years and 80 issues, the series continued Grell's more mature and less gimmicky take on the character. During his run he wrote several spin-off mini-series includingGreen Arrow: The Wonder Year and Shado: Song of the Dragon.
Oliver Queen had died saving Metropolis from a terrorist attack in Green Arrow #101 (October 1995). While his successor, Connor Hawke, had his own fans, most readers still wanted Oliver Queen as the Green Arrow. Enter Kevin Smith, writer and director of the 1994 movie "Clerks." Smith teamed up with artist Phil Hester and accomplished the impossible - they brought Oliver Queen back from the dead and did so in a way that readers not only accepted, but applauded.
The New 52 relaunch of Green Arrow starring a younger, somewhat re-imaginedOliver Queen. The book was first written by previous Green Arrow writer J.T. Krul, with art by Dan Jurgens and George Perez, who were then followed by writer Ann Nocentiand artists Harvey Tolibao and Freddie E. Williams II.
Green Arrow / Black Canary
(Split into separate features starting in #22).
Series ended with #29, but numbering continued into Green Arrow #30.
|Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters||Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters #1–3|
|Showcase Presents: Green Arrow||Adventure Comics #250–266, #268–269; Brave and the Bold #50, #71, #85; Justice League of America #4,World's Finest Comics #95–140|
|The Green Lantern/Green Arrow Collection||Green Lantern Vol. 2 #76–87, #89, The Flash #212–219, #226|
|Green Arrow Vol. 1: Hunters Moon||Green Arrow Vol. 2 #1-6|
|Green Arrow Vol. 2: Here There Be Dragons||Green Arrow Vol. 2 #1-6|
|Green Lantern: Emerald Allies featuring Green Arrow||Green Arrow Vol. 2 #104, #110–111, #125–126; Green Lantern Vol. 3 #76–77, #92|
|Green Lantern: Emerald Knights featuring Green Arrow||Green Arrow Vol. 2 #136, Green Lantern Vol. 3 #99-106|
|Green Arrow by Kevin Smith Deluxe Edition||Green Arrow Vol. 3 #1-15|
|Green Arrow: The Archer's Quest||Green Arrow Vol. 3 #16–21|
|Green Arrow: Straight Shooter||Green Arrow Vol. 3 #26–31|
|Green Arrow: City Walls||Green Arrow Vol. 3 #32, #34–39|
|Green Arrow: Moving Targets||Green Arrow Vol. 3 #40–50|
|Green Arrow: Heading Into the Light||Green Arrow Vol. 3 #52, #54–59|
|Green Arrow: Crawling From the Wreckage||Green Arrow Vol. 3 #60–65|
|Green Arrow: Road to Jericho||Green Arrow Vol. 3 #66–75|
|Green Arrow: Year One||Green Arrow: Year One #1–6|
|Green Arrow/Black Canary: The Wedding Album||Green Arrow/Black Canary #1–5: Green Arrow/Black Canary Wedding Special|
|Green Arrow/Black Canary: Family Business||Green Arrow/Black Canary #6–10|
|Green Arrow/Black Canary: A League of Their Own||Green Arrow/Black Canary #11–14, Green Arrow Secret Files #1|
|Green Arrow/Black Canary: Enemies List||Green Arrow/Black Canary #15–20|
|Green Arrow/Black Canary: Big Game||Green Arrow/Black Canary #21–26|
|Green Arrow/Black Canary: Five Stages||Green Arrow/Black Canary #27–30|
|Green Arrow: Into the Woods||Green Arrow Vol. 4 #1–7|
|Green Arrow: Salvation||Green Arrow Vol. 4 #8–15|
|Green Arrow Vol. 1: The Midas Touch||Green Arrow Vol. 5 #1-6|
|Green Arrow Vol. 2: Triple Threat||Green Arrow Vol. 5 #7-13|
|Green Arrow Vol. 3: Harrow||Green Arrow Vol. 5 #0, 14-16, The Savage Hawkman #14, Justice League Vol. 2 #8|
|Green Arrow Vol. 4: The Kill Machine||Green Arrow Vol. 5 #17-25|
|Green Arrow Vol. 5: The Outsiders War||Green Arrow Vol. 5 #26-31|