I'm really enjoying this as well as the Green Arrow run under Krul. I can't wait to see how this plays out, and how Roy will fit back into the world. DC readers should get on top of this book, especially if you're looking for a new character to get into, even one with addiction problems. Read Full Review
It has been made painfully clear that Roy Harper will never be the same, but a new "same old Roy" is starting to manifest in the form of this lashing out and self-pitying Roy Harper. I'm not expecting Lian to be forgotten and Harper to move on as though nothing happened, but the development of Harper into an ass has taken two full issues so far. With the confrontation set up at the end of this issue, we get another go-round between Harper and Cheshire (no, I'm not spoiling that, it's on the cover). Next issue is where the rubber meets the road. Hopefully. Read Full Review
After being pleasantly surprised by the last issue, I was really blown away by the poor execution of this one. The only saving grace for this issue that kept it out last place on the Rankings was the fact that Felicia Henderson is the worst writer in comics today. If it weren't for that, this stinker would definitely be holding down last place as there is almost nothing I liked about it. Read Full Review
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