Green Arrow / Black Canary #6

Writer: Judd Winick Artist: Cliff Chiang Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 12, 2008 Critic Reviews: 4
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Rescued from the renegade Amazons, Green Arrow and Black Canary turn to solving new mysteries: who was behind the kidnapping at their wedding, and how does that connect with what happened to GA’s son, Connor Hawke?!

  • 8.4
    Weekly Comic Book Review - J. Montes Mar 18, 2008

    As short as it is, I had a blast with this issue. We finally get to see more Canary and her attitude, plus Judd Winick does a nice job displaying the chemistry she has with her husband. Oliver's still saddened and full of anguish, but he's contained to just one outburst this issue. My only complaint is when he has his outburst it almost feels like he's pouting like a spoiled kid. That said, when the action gets rolling (and it does very early), it thrusts Oliver back into his element whether he likes it or not. It may be a distraction to him, but it's great to see him enjoying himself again. Oh yeah, Cliff Chiang is back on art and boy is it a beautiful thing. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin Powers Mar 14, 2008

    This series needs to find a distinct identity in order to survive. An artist can only carry a title so far and its very strange to see a writer start an issue fantastically and then watch it sink into something terrible. I hope Winick gets free reign on Titans because Im looking at editorial for this mess. Read Full Review

  • 2.6
    IGN - Daniel Crown Mar 12, 2008

    I don't mean to be overly harsh, but this series seems to get worse with every issue. Instead of addressing its flaws, it merely flames them into what's quickly becoming a veritable disaster. If this series has any hope of living up to the high standard set by previous Green Arrow collaborators, or even to match the mediocrity of the last fifty issues or so of the previous GA series, serious changes are needed and quick- though one could definitely argue that it is already too late. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Kirk Warren Mar 12, 2008

    That's the issue. Really, that's all that happens. Read Full Review

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