As usual, the art in this book continues to be spot on and really does it's finest to convey these characters for the paneled page. But the story on the other hand seems to be all over the place showing multiple stories and not hanging on one long enough to really get us hooked. It's still fun to read and look at, but it could do more to really immerse us in the world of Arrow. The highlight for me here was the short backup about the Suicide Squad's return and their mission to Kahndaq. It's complete exposition but it really intrigues me to see the story that will come from it. Read Full Review
Same gripe as ever... #5 and #6 put together would have made for a really great issue, but trying to do so much in so little space is really not working well. The backup only gets two pages every issue, which really sucks. But the plot is interesting, and getting four pages at once would have been way more cool.