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Green Arrow, Vol. 7: Homecoming

(Green Arrow: 1988 Collected Editions #7)

4.05  ·  Rating details ·  76 ratings  ·  11 reviews

After a year of wandering the earth, Oliver Queen has returned to Seattle, and to the arms of his pretty bird. Dinah Lance is thrilled he’s back, but when he left he didn’t tell her if he’d ever return, and now there’s another man in the picture. Officer Kozynski had just convinced Dinah to
Paperback, 320 pages
Published January 10th 2017 by DC Comics
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Sean Gibson
Feb 09, 2017 rated it really liked it
You don’t necessarily expect grim and gritty to fit nicely on an Errol Flynn invoker who sometimes uses an array of trick arrows featuring everything from glue to dead baby arms to boxing gloves (okay, I might have made one of those up…I mean, boxing gloves would be ridiculous; they’d throw off the balance!) as a means of vanquishing his ridiculously costumed rogues gallery (which, I should note, includes Clock King, who apparently lacks super powers, but has an extraordinarily good sense of tim ...more
Oct 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
Green Arrow gets down and dirty in moral societal quagmires. Like whether to stop a mother from killing the man who raped her child or pinning a copy cat crime onto a serial killer so he can be put away before he murders anyone else.

The art is dated but solid except for the first 2 issues by Shawn McManus. Everyone has these huge foreheads. The book looks like the Leader and Hector Hammond gave birth to a whole town of people.
Jan 26, 2017 rated it really liked it
After a slightly sub-par volume 6, I'm glad to see a return to form for the series, with more of the engaging stories and consistent art that had made the first five volumes such great reading. I read this 12-issue collection in one sitting, and I can't wait for volume 8, to be released in May 2017.

Mike Grell's writing is top notch - the mature themes are handled well and make for good reading. One of the things I like about Mike Grell's run on Green Arrow is that most themes are just as relevan
Chris Lemmerman
Aug 02, 2018 rated it really liked it
Oliver's back in Seattle, but even with a clearer head on his shoulders he might have trouble dealing with the problems that have been waiting for him.

Homecoming is such sweet sorrow...or something. This volume returns to the previous arrangement of shorter two part stories rather than the extended arc from the last volume, opening with the fallout from Green Arrow #50. Given that the blurb on the back of the book goes into a lot of detail about Kaz and his impact on Dinah and Oliver's lives, I
Zachary King
Oct 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A true return to form for a strong run on Green Arrow. Back in Seattle, Ollie finds himself in a begrudging alliance with Eddie Fyers, chasing a child killer and a dirty bomb, closing an old case, and (the least engaging) protecting a conscientious objector. These stories remain surprisingly relevant, and they have lost none of their punch. Cheers to DC for continuing to reprint this fabulous run!
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+: Dinah finally doing her thing
-: Oliver
May 25, 2017 rated it liked it
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Really good writing, not a fan of art of the times.
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Art wasn't as good as normal.
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Mike Grell (born 1947) is a comic book writer and artist.

Grell studied at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, the Chicago Academy of Fine Art, and took the Famous Artists School correspondence course in cartooning. His entry into the comics industry was in 1972, as an assistant to Dale Messick on the Brenda Starr comic strip.

In 1973 Grell moved to New York, and began his long relationship with

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