Arrow: Season 2.5 #10

Arrow: Season 2.5 #10

Writer: Marc Guggenheim Artist: Joe Bennett, Szymon Kudranski Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 7, 2015 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
7.9Critic Rating
6.0User Rating

An old friend returns, an ally awakens, and Oliver discovers that Felicity has gone missing!

  • 9.0
    Shadowhawk's Shade - AJ Jan 9, 2015

    As always, we have Joe Bennett, Craig Yeung, Jim Charalampidis on the main story art, with Syzmon Kudranski taking over for the backup. In a rather general way, this was a much smoother experience, by far. I loved seeing Kord Industries cameo once again as far as Arrow is concerned, and even Walter looked really cool, though he kind of has the same general facial structure as Oliver, which is odd since the actor who plays him has a much leaner and sharper face. But, by the by. Nothing especially major here, so this was a fairly straight issue on the art, and I liked that. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Weird Science - Eric Shea Jan 20, 2015

    This issue of Arrow 2.5 might be one of my favorites because it's doing it's damnedest to try and get us back to a straight forward story.  Recently we've had things happening that seem to be thrown in "just because" like Count Vertigo showing up for no reason, but here we have developments that should take our heroes from point A to B with an outlined mission.  It's just a really enjoyable issue and I can't wait to see what comes from it. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Kabooooom - Matt Morrison Jan 5, 2015

    That said, Arrow Season 2.5‘s whole is far more than the sum of its parts. The excellent writing of the main story more than makes up for the artistic short-comings and the DCTV Universe Suicide Squad need their own spin-off comic immediately. As is, this book is a must-read for all Arrow-Heads. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Razorfine - Alan Rapp Jul 23, 2015

    The rest of Arrow Season 2.5 #10 deals with events back in Starling involving Caleb Green‘s (who sadly is a far less interesting character than Slade) short encounter with Laurel Lance (which, as intended, drives Oliver crazy). The issue also spends time filling in the gap between Season Two and Season Three to help explain how Quentin Lance became Starling City's newest Police Captain. The first-half of the issue works better than the second (each was released previously as digital-first issues), but fans can still find some enjoyment here. For fans. Read Full Review

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