Green Lantern/Green Arrow: Emerald Allies
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A Generation ago, Green Lantern and Green Arrow were comicdom's hard-traveling hero's -- two friends whose adventures captured the spirit of an era.


BUT THIS IS A NEW AGE.


AND THESE ARE NEW HEROES.


Kyle Rayner and Connor Hawke have assumed the mantles of the jade warriors as the new Green Lantern and Green Arrow. This is the story of their partnership, from their first me

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Paperback, 208 pages
Published March 1st 2000 by DC Comics
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Nicholas Grugin
This trade felt kinda all over the place, a majority of the story is about Kyle Rayner trying to find his father with Connor Hawke in towe. Long story short, they are led to the town of Desolation, Rayner is tricked into putting a laser into orbit for his father but ends up dismantling it in time, learning later that the man who he thought was his father was actually his uncle.

The rest of this book consists of side issues...it's an ok trade but not one I am keeping .

Tyler
Enjoyed it. Bought it for the Rayner issues mostly. Not a huge fan of Ollie's kid, but be was alright. Gotta read the original GL/GA stuff now...
Deirdre
When the son of the original Green Arrow (Connor Hawke) and Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner) get together to deal with family issues. In the first episode it's Green Arrow's Mother who needs saving in the second sequence it's to search for Green Lantern's father, who left him and his family years ago. They find themselves caught up in conspiracy and hatred and find perspective on some of their life issues.

It's interesting and sometimes over the top but fun. The two lads are good together as a team an...more
Zachary
I'm not schooled enough to truly review this collection of stories, but I did enjoy it and it definitely made me want to read about the original Green Lantern/Green Arrow Adventures.
Beth
I cannot actually get enough of Kyle Rainer. It seems to be totally impossible.

Connor Hawke's meeting the Buddha on the side of the road and killing him idealism is also pretty tight.
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