Green Arrow Vol.1 #1-4 (1983) Complete
English | CBR | 4 Issues | 226.18 MB (HD) + 59.17 MB
Writer: Mike W. Barr Artist: Trevor von Eeden
In May through August 1983, Green Arrow appeared for the first time in his own comic book, a four issue limited series of murder and betrayal that established potential for a full series. It was in this miniseries that Green Arrow would gain a running rivalry with the super villain Count Vertigo.
Green Arrow v5 #1-15 & Preview (2010-2011) Complete
English | CBR | 16 Issues | 423.21 MB
Once the self-centered billionaire of Queen Industries, Oliver Queen lost everything, but found a reason to live as the world’s greatest archer and the ultimate hero of the people, Green Arrow. After Star City was devastated by an attack by the villain Prometheus in the pages of JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE, the White Lantern Ring gave birth to a massive, mysterious forest located at the center of the destruction. Now, Green Arrow lives in the woods and strikes against crime and corruption as a modern day Robin Hood.
After the events of BRIGHTEST DAY, Green Arrow Oliver Queen has stood as the guardian of a mysterious forest that hassprouted in the middle of Star City! In this new volume written by up and coming writer J.T. Krul, Green Arrow defends theforest as a modern day Robin Hood from all that would do it harm. But how will Oliver's actions pave the way for Earth's newprotector?
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