Green Arrow #32

Green Arrow #32

Writer: Judd Winick Artist: Manuel Garcia Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: April 14, 2010 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 5
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  • 10
    Comic Vine - inferiorego Apr 15, 2010

    I would highly suggest picking up the last few issues of Green Arrow, and this issue. Along with Justice League Rise and Fall Special and the Arsenal special, you will not be disappointed. Even if you don't like Green Arrow, this story is strong enough to make you like him. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Glenn Collins Nov 14, 2003

    The end of the Winick run on Green Arrow should not be missed. While it was difficult to follow Straight Shooter with just one more issue, Winick writes a nice epilogue here enhancing the supporting cast of what is already a very strong book. This current run of Green Arrow has been blessed with truly exceptional writers to date. Lets see if it continues . . . Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 23, 2003

    A solid issue in that it manages to establish a relationship between Roy and Connor, as the two head out for a night on the town together, and manage to discover that while they have very little in common, they can have a good time together. Now I would've preferred a little more confrontation between the two, as the issue has them getting along too well to draw much enjoyment from their clash of personalities, but than again given Connor is a character who would be inclined to bend before he breaks, I guess this evening on the town played out pretty much like one would expect it to. Still, it would've been fun to see a little more bite to their interaction, as there is a couple moments where the book gets almost too goody-goody that I wanted a bit of tension to liven things up. Still, there's a couple genuinely funny moments, and both characters get a good showing, which in Connor's case is much appreciated as I'm not all that familiar with the character. The action sequence in the mi Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Bin - Herv St-Louis May 3, 2010

    Green Arrows secret identity is busted and he is on trial for the murder of Prometheus. Can Green Arrow maintain his old friendships and save his marriage with the Black Canary? Im not sure what Im supposed to read here. Green Arrows secret identity has been busted? I thought everyone knew about him being Oliver Queen? Isnt he married with the Black Canary a super heroine with no secret identity of her own? Its a time like this that casual readers, like me who claim to not care much about continuity become continuity freaks. The story is ridiculous and makes no sense. The entire mayor storyline before that, where no one connected the dots was as ridiculous. But worse is the fact that we are supposed, as readers, feel that Green Arrow did something really bad. In Identity Crisis, the actions of the super heroes were genuinely wrong. There was a real tension and a feeling that a threshold had been crossed. But Green Arrow? The guy whos been killing people since the mid 1980s is supposed Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Ryan Schrodt Apr 16, 2010

    The term "Epic Failure" was invented specifically to describe things like this comic. Almost nothing about this story works on any level, unless the end goal was to make you dislike Green Arrow and lose all interest in the June relaunch of the title. I really do not blame writer Read Full Review

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