Phil Hester and Ande Parks final issue is a pretty solid display of what this art team brought to these pages, as the book opens with an engaging sequence that deftly captures Mia's brave face, and the book also gets the opportunity to deliver a pretty exciting action scene as Green Arrow finally has it out with the Brick. I mean there's some lovely action shots, from the series of panels where Oliver finds one of his arrows snapped in half before he can fire it, to the look of quiet amusement on the Brick's face as Green Arrow attempts to pummel him senseless. I do have to wonder what Green Arrow normally uses that ball arrow for though, as I can't be the only reader who had visions of "Pulp Fiction" dancing through my head when it made its appearance. As for the costume design for the new Speedy, I have to say it looks pretty cool, and it's overall look ties into Green Arrow's costume quite nicely. Read Full Review
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