Green Arrow #15

Writer: Kevin Smith Artist: Phil Hester Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 24, 2002 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
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Kevin Smith ends his run on GREEN ARROW with a bang! Truth be told, it's going to be a whole lot of bangs. Will Conner Hawke survive surgery? Can Green Arrow drag Onomatopoeia to justice? With this landmark issue, Kevin Smith bids farewell to the hero he helped bring back from the dead.

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 31, 2002

    Well, Kevin Smith's fans will probably find his final issue a bit disappointing, as the humorous dialogue is only on hand for the last couple pages, while the rest of the issue is devoted to a fight where Oliver has it out with a villain whose entire dialogue consists of repeating sound-effects. However, this battle while lacking Kevin Smith trademarked exchanges of dialogue did manage to hold my interest through its sheer energy. On one hand it's rather refreshing to come across a villain who in the grand tradition of the slasher movie monsters (Michael Myers, Jason, the Terminator) doesn't say word one while they put on a display of what an unstoppable killing machine they can be. On the other hand the lack of dialogue does leave one wondering why this guy is so dead set on seeing the Connor doesn't survive the night, and this in turn results in a villain who comes across as a bit generic & at times even a bit dull. Read Full Review

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