Green Arrow #14

Green Arrow #14

Writer: Ann Nocenti Artist: Freddie Williams II Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: November 7, 2012 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
5.3Critic Rating
6.0User Rating

A HAWKMAN: WANTED tie-in issue! Green Arrow doesnt take kindly to winged threats on his turf and literally jumps into the fight against a team of Thanagarian cops as they chase Hawkman through the skies over Seattle. When the Warhawks capture Emma, Hawkman and Green Arrow team up to kick them out of Seattle for good!

  • 10
    Fanboy Buzz - TommyZimmer Nov 11, 2012

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  • 4.0
    PopMatters - Jay Mattson Nov 13, 2012

    At the end of the issue, there was no reason to include Ollie's support team, there was really no consequence in the battle with the Warhawks, and the direction of the story is surface-level intentions at best. I've heard "Hawkman: Wanted" is supposed to somewhat add to the upcoming Justice League of America by making Hawkman and Green Arrow work together. In reality, the two characters barely interact outside barking their strategic plans to each other in the middle of battle. I'm confident JLA will be good, but I'm also confident that "Hawkman: Wanted" is a big waste of time. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Nov 8, 2012

    In short, this issue is a twenty-page collection of disappointment. "Hawkman: Wanted" originally seemed positioned to give the Winged Warrior a larger profile in the DC Universe, but following this issue, I'm fearful it may lead to a quicker exile. I was hoping Rob Liefeld's departure from DC might provide a jumpstart to the story of Carter Hall/Katar Hol, but oddly enough, it has had the opposite effect -- for both "Savage Hawkman" and "Green Arrow." It's a shame DC can never seem to get franchises synchronized from comic to other media quite right and "Green Arrow" #14 is a stunning example of those shortcomings. Read Full Review

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