An interesting finish to what has been a fairly solid comic book debut for Brad Meltzer, and I look forward to his future projects. He certainly displayed a strong understanding of this character's past, as the quest did act as a bit of a slide show of Green Arrow's past, and we got a pretty memorable tussle with Solomon Grundy thrown into the mix as well. He also leaves the book after he laying some ground work for what promises to be a fairly interesting future encounter, as you know some writer is going to latch onto this idea. He also included some very nice character moments, as the scene where Oliver decides not to ask Dinah to marry him is a very well done sequence, as we see with a few unassuming comments by Dinah are able to completely shatter Oliver's resolve. There's also some nice work done with Oliver relationship with Roy, and we also see he's starting to form a father/son bond with Connor. Read Full Review
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