On one hand I was rather pleased to see Judd Winick key to the fact that a smart super villain would realize the opportune moment to spring their sinister plan would be when another villain was busy making themselves the center of attention across town. However, I can't help but feel a bit disappointed that it looks like we've traded what had been an enjoyable encounter with an established super-villain for a conventional demon invasion. Now the city is encased in what looks like a force field that effective cuts off the city from the outside, which means Judd Winick can't deliver the cheat he used last time by having Superman fly in to beat up the super-tough baddies, so I'm curious as to how Green Arrow will bring this crisis under control. However, I'm disappointed by the fact that the Riddler was cast aside, as this book could use a steady parade of fan favorite villains, as Green Arrow's drawing power simply isn't enough. I realize that Wizard's "top 100 bestsellers" list has a bi Read Full Review
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