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Green Arrow fan and #DCTV Couch Club member Matt Ross takes a look at Ollie's Rebirth debut, breaking down his thoughts on Green. The administrator of this site (tirucamilo.tk) cannot be held responsible for what its users post, or any other actions of its users. You may not use this site to. As the GREEN ARROW, he will become a life-affirming force for good, while the drug trafficker CHINA. WHITE is a life-stealing force of evil. It's all about the color.
As a whole, this chapter in the story sort of operates as the standard good guy gets knocked down then gets back up to avenge those that did him wrong.
I was sort of on the fence about this issue because I felt like it moved too quickly. Very cool! Anyways…what I liked about this one was how four of the characters can be in four different mindsets and places and still all intertwine into the main story.
We see Ollie at the Queen Industries skyscraper where he confronts members of The Ninth Circle and Cyrus, who explains how Queen money has been funding evil all around the world.
Green Arrow 4: Burn Your Bridges Remember when I said in the beginning that you keep reading because you want to know who the mystery men are.
Well, you learn why and to be honest, you might be better off not knowing. It made me want to see Ollie, John and Black Canary take these guys down even more!
One of my favorite moments in this issue is Oliie and John working with Henry to get him to access the stolen laptop with all the evidence that can incriminate The Ninth Circle. I loved the banter back and forth between the characters. It sort of humanized everyone.
Razing each other reminded me of my buddies and I when we hang out—some real guy stuff right there! I also liked the elements of deception with John posing as one of the high-ranking masked Ninth Circle brass.
Although, I have to say, the homing beacon from issue 3 and the fact that she was the anonymous person who contacted Diggle were nice touches. The best part of this issue and probably the trade as a whole is when Ollie places the charges John gave him and blows The Inferno sky high. Not simply because they take out the bad guys and he blows up their base of operations.
What makes it so good is that the depths of The Inferno hold billions of dollars both in money and priceless items. Ollie could have got all his money back and then some and started his life and business back up, but instead, he chose to do the right thing and destroy the huge vessel and send it to the ocean floor.
Probably the most selfless act you could do. I really liked the full-circle element of Ollie back on the island.
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Links are on my profile. I started hearing buzz about Arrow and decided to give it a try. I loved the Personal note: This review was scheduled a month ago and I promised the publisher. I loved the pilot episode and decided to stick with it as the show searched a firmer footing. Arrow Vol. This is why Arrow Vol. Reading this I got to see what had happened to Diggle before he was discharged and on what kind of tightrope Moira was balancing on.
I especially appreciated the absence of detailed island scenes. Those flashbacks are my least favourite part of the show.