Green Arrow, Vol. 7: Heading Into the Light
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Green Arrow, Vol. 7: Heading Into the Light (Green Arrow Return #7; issues 52, 54-59)

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Oliver Queen, the liberal, womanising multi-millionaire also known as the superhero Green Arrow, is the protector of Star City, with his son, Connor, and ward, Mia. There's a new crime-lord in town, the powerhouse known as Brick, who will stop at nothing to control Star City and defeat Green Arrow.
Paperback, 160 pages
Published August 2nd 2006 by DC Comics (first published January 1st 2006)
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merlin you bastard. Noooooo!!!!
I enjoyed this, my first read of any Green Arrow books. I've read a good bit on the Sue Dibney line and I appreciated the references to that. Not really sure about some of the characters which means I'll have to do some online research and it was very much a cliffhanger, but I could grow to like Green Arrow.
Brendan Grace
Read on the train ride to work. A great adventure of Oliver Queen and some of his closest DC Universe companions. Hope they bring a story similar to this to "Arrow".
Oh god, some truly BAMF things are happening in Green Arrow now. That's about the most coherent thing I can say about this trade paperback's ending.
I get that this ties into whatever stupid crisis was happening - but, without reading the supporting backstory I didn't think this stood well on it's own.
Very good. The art is still a bit angular for my tastes, but it's overall good AND a good story.
Very good, but its essential to read Identity Crisis first. All about Dr Light's revenge.
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