The start of Green Arrow was very lack luster. Kind of boring facing off with no names and do nothings. The tension they were shooting for felt flat. The corporate woahs of Ollie's personal life did not have the impact I'm sure the writer was going for.
In the first 6 issues Ollie felt like a Hydrox version of Tony Stark...
So issue 7 (thankfully) starts the new creative team. Stylized art is a HUGE improvement...The writing? Wow is it disheveled and clunky. Maybe I missed something?
Triplets want Ollie to meet their dad but they double cross him and at the end he is captured and tied up. Okay not bad. A little all over the board but it was reigned in enough to make a decent new debut.
Then we get Issue 8. It starts with Ollie running free with the unseen help of one of the triplets? That sister is to be punished, but then not punished two panels later. Then there is a creepy guy in the woods that kinda says some stuff just before Green Arrow is facing the dad and the other girls. They talk about some master plan that makes no sense just before a monster is set loose and then Ollie escapes with a triplet on a snow speeder.
It's like the writer has tourettes syndrome...But instead of curse words and offensive hate speech she spouts out random plot points and action sequences. Then writes them down without pacing or stringing them together with logic or purpose.
Why can't the Green Arrow from the last issue of Justice League be put on the pages of his own monthly title?
Will it ever get better or is it just me?