Green Arrow / Black Canary #9

Writer: Judd Winick Artist: Mike Norton Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 11, 2008 Critic Reviews: 2
3.8Critic Rating
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Green Arrow and Black Canary follow the trail of Connor Hawke's missing body to the heart of the League of Assassins-and face the resurrected Ra's al Ghul himself!

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Jun 16, 2008

    No amount of fake aliens, British accents, silly disguises or pointless guest stars has helped. Well, maybe Batman can goose the proceedings, as hes the first A-lister to grace these parts since the lost, and his relationship to Ollie is an interesting one. And Speedy continues to be a fun and complex character in battle, and in the Queen family dynamics. But things are way off without Connor. Its past time to solve that first quest and get on with showing us just how exciting Ollie and Dinah can be together. Read Full Review

  • 3.7
    IGN - Daniel Crown Jun 11, 2008

    Again, I honestly believe that under different circumstances Green Arrow/Black Canary could work as a buddy cop comedy. The only problem is that this arc seems hell bent on lasting forever and I'm not sure that we'll ever get to test this theory. It's a shame too because with Mike Norton's outstanding pencils on the series, if there were even a hint of a well-written, well-plotted storyline, this book could be more than acceptable for fans of the Emerald Archer. Read Full Review

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