The first issue of "Green Arrow" established itself as a simple book suited for younger readers. In The New 52, Green Arrow is good, while the bad guys are bad; shades of grey do not apply. Even the banal dialogue spouted by Ollie was something out of a Saturday morning cartoon show. While it's a direction many readers might've not appreciated, the premiere issue did deliver some lightweight fun. "Going Viral" picks up shortly after the first book ended, with Green Arrow battling the super-powered vixens Lime and Light in Seattle. It eventually ends with the Emerald Archer being ambushed by their crew, while being broadcasted on the internet. Issue # 2 hits many of the same notes of the first book, but slows things down a bit with a few needless panels. For instance, early on, Ollie is shown playing basketball with a random pro baller, then gets into an argument with a CEO immediately afterwards. The information relayed on these pages is redundant and kills the pacing of the book. Overall, while this second issue is moderately entertaining, it's not as exciting as I'd hoped it would be.