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    Default PREVIEW: Green Arrow, #27

    "The Outsiders War" part 2! Green Arrow fights for his life against the head of the Shield Clan, the deadly Kodiak! Plus, learn the tragic secret that turned Oliver Queen into Green Arrow!


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    Can't wait! I love this book
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    Wrong board.
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    Wrong board, but that last page OMG. I can't wait for that fight.
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    Cyclops was right.
    Green Arrow is the best book on the market

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    That looks so awesome.

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    Didn't read the preview as I don't want to be spoiled, but that art looks fantastic. Can't wait, my favourite DC book at the moment, beating Batman (2nd) and Swamp Thing (3rd).
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    Looks fantastic, as usual.

    My # 1 favorite DC Comic as well, narrowly beating Aquaman and oh, I don't know, WW is a contender, Action isn't a proven commodity yet (getting there, though!), Batman does have Capullo ... B&R does have Gleason ... GLC and RL are on fire ... # 3 could be any of those.

    But yeah, right now Green Arrow and Aquaman are ... more fun ... than every other DC title. And it's because they chose the strongest, most evocative, most "halcyon days" eras of each of those characters (as well as a few similar genre tales) and really stick with them. Green Arrow draws from his origins, as well as Denny O'Neil 80s comics (well, with a dash of 70s). Aquaman draws from the Golden Age Norris stuff, as well as Skeates/Aparo/Fradon/Cardy 60s.
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    Starting to get into this at long last. Looks like fun.

    Between this and the ever-improving Arrow, this long time Ollie fan is pleased.
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    Oliver's "I'm completely screwed" look is really funny. This book has been fantastic ever since Lemire took over, and that trend looks to be continuing.

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    This book is too awesome. Love those pages!
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    It's still 100% better than it was before but I still don't get the art. It still looks weird.

    Green Arrow needs to be cleaning up the streets of Star City, not fighting ninja people in Indiana Jones temples. Needs a better direction.

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    I love the direction. Cleaning up the streets in Star City is just boring. Love the art and the atmosphere as well. Easily one of the best books on the stands.

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    Agreed, doing the same thing over and over gets dull and repetitive after awhile. Seeing characters put in new and unusual situations from time to time is refreshing and fun. Variety is a good thing.

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    This book is incredible and I'm loving the direction and the art.
    Does anyone know if there's an image of the cover without all the other stuff added on like title and creators' names?
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