Green Arrow, Vol. 1: Quiver
One of the most eagerly anticipated graphic novels of the year! White-hot comics creator and film director, Kevin Smith, revives (literally!) the classic hothead comics character, Oliver Queen, aka Green Arrow. And Ollie's back in Star City doing what he does best: challenging corporate fatcats,... show more
One of the most eagerly anticipated graphic novels of the year! White-hot comics creator and film director, Kevin Smith, revives (literally!) the classic hothead comics character, Oliver Queen, aka Green Arrow. And Ollie's back in Star City doing what he does best: challenging corporate fatcats, bringing down corrupt politicians and battling drug dealers. But what is the true story behind his mysterious resurrection? There are a few people who want answers - including a certain Dark Knight from Gotham City...Displaying Smith's masterful characterisation, brilliantly engaging dialogue, and keen eye for action, this is an exciting new chapter in the history of the Emerald Archer.
Publish date: May 1st 2003
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 232
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
, Comic Book
, Dc Comics
Series: Green Arrow Return ; issues 1-10 (#1)
This is definitely a lengthy graphic novel but if you're a fan of Kevin Smith it's definitely a must-read... This was my first Green Arrow attempt and I would say it's a success.. Seems like a cool, genuine enough character for me to like and enjoy to read much more of his stories, Kevin Smith's too...
Good, but not good enough to make me like Green Arrow. For some reason he's always rubbed me the wrong way--perhaps it's how literally his resemblance to Robin Hood is taken (a dude can steal from the rich and give to the poor without wearing a nonsensical little green hat, surely?), or that I alre...
Well that was an interesting introduction to Oliver Queen in the DC Comics. You might know him as Green Arrow. I got to know him the backhanded way, through watching the Justice League Unlimited, and drooling. I love a guy who is a master at an art. For Oliver Queen, it's archery. And it takes so...