With Green Arrow back in full form, the gangs of Star City begin looking for their own MVPs to step forward. Are Star City and Ollie ready for Black Arrow? "The Rise of Black Arrow" begins here in this BRIGHTEST DAY tie-in!
JT Krul is managing to keep his book moving, and that's a good thing. Shifting stories during an ongoing is often a test of a writer's skill, so I'm really looking forward to seeing where this new story goes and how it ties to that which came before it. Also, its good that the art of Diogenes Neves is remaining consistent, as such lends to the continued continuity of the title. And that's a really good thing as this series is entering the ultimate test of any ongoing. Whether it can keep its appeal through the shifting storyline. As such, I am eagerly awaiting the next few issues to see how this pans out. Read Full Review
If I've said it once, I've said it six times (I didn't review issues #3 or #7): this book has potential. I just don't see that potential being tapped. Krul has done a good job bringing in characters that make this book interesting, but by comparison, they make the titular character seem lackluster. I'd like to see Krul give me a reason or seven to care about Ollie, but so far, there's nothing. At least the forest is entertaining. Read Full Review
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