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Arrow Season 7, Episode 3 Preview: “Crossing Lines”

Arrow has aired two strong episodes so far this year, and hopefully that will continue this Monday. Oliver is still in prison, and that has been a really big strength. It has been awhile since we have seen Oliver on his own like this, and it has been a great watch. Hopefully this week we […]

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Arrow Season 7, Episode 2 Recap: The Longbow Hunters

Arrow was all about teamwork this week, as Oliver and his new prison friend Stanley had to work extra hard to take down a prison guard, and outside the cells Team Arrow is trying really super hard to take down Diaz. The series however seems to prefer one of those stories more than the others […]

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Arrow Season 7 Gets Promo Video, Producer Teases No Happy Ever After For Roy

Arrow kicked off its seventh season last week, with Oliver in prison and his team still dealing with Diaz. We also have a Green Arrow wannabe running around causing a ruckus. So, business as usual. The CW just released a new teaser for the season, featuring explosions and a broken Oliver talking about how he […]

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Arrow Season 7, Episode 2 Preview: “The Longbow Hunters”

Arrow will air its second episode of season seven this week, “The Longbow Hunters”. Comic fans will recognize that name of course, and judging from the first episode that could have many meanings. They got me in that premiere revealing Oliver’s son William is on the island in a flash-forward. I am excited to see […]

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Green Arrow #44 Review: The Past Crimes of Oliver Queen

Oliver Queen is on the run from the Citizen’s stirred-up hate mob. He narrowly escapes being killed. Green Arrow and Black Canary think they have a line on capturing the Citizen, but it turns out to be a dead end. Instead, the Citizen releases their next lineup of guilty parties for a social media pogrom, […]

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Green Arrow #43 Review: The Bensons Return Triumphant

The day starts with Green Arrow and Arsenal saving holdouts from being killed in a building demolition. The man behind the demolition, Jubal Slade, escapes before Ollie and Roy can bring him to justice. After running by Queen Industries, Ollie meets Dinah and Roy for lunch with the intent of telling Roy about the box […]

Kevin Smith at SDCC: He Wasn’t Even Supposed to Be Here Today

Kevin Smith is a jewel of the geek community. He is one of the only figures etched in the side of Mount Geekmore that we love as much for who he is as for what he’s done. For you see, Kevin is truly one of us. Whereas directors and stars of major superhero franchises lay […]

Check Out 50+ Pics From the Sideshow Collectibles Booth at SDCC

Sideshow Collectibles brought the big guns this year to SDCC, with all of their major brand partners on display in a variety of different scales. Everything from Star Wars to the X-Men are coming in their Premium Format Figure lines, including one of the best-looking Princess Leia statues you will ever lay eyes on. Also […]

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Green Arrow #42 Review: What Happens After the Superhero Wins?

Green Arrow is hunting down the Parasite through the sewer tunnels under Stryker’s Island. The Superman rogue has absorbed immense power, and Ollie Queen is the only one who can keep Parasite from escaping to Metropolis. Before long, Parasite finds Green Arrow, and the Emerald Archer receives an understanding of what’s really going on in […]


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Green Arrow #41 Review: A Great Prison Riot Story

Green Arrow has been tasked with accompanying the superpowered rogue known as Parasite into a prison facility after his court hearing. He has been powered down, but a stupid decision from an incarcerated Mammoth results in Parasite having access to immense strength once more. Green Arrow is quickly knocked out by Parasite, and, when Ollie […]

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Top and Bottom 5 Comics of May 30th, 2018: The Week that Asked for Too Much Money

May 30th had a lot of major releases between Amazing Spider-Man #800, the beginning of Batman’s “The Wedding” arc, Kong of Skull Island’s 2018 Special, and three Annuals between the Big Two. Some were great. Others tripped over themselves. Check out the best and the worst below.   Top 1. Man of Steel #1 Brian Michael Bendis’ short entry at the […]

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Green Arrow Annual #2 Review: A High-Flying and Charming One-Off Story

There is a Brainiac spaceship raining chaos upon Seattle. It looks like a job for the Justice League, but they’re nowhere to be seen. Even worse, Green Arrow can’t get in touch with Red Arrow, Arsenal, or Black Canary, and the Queen Incorporated cell phone satellite has been taken down. Thankfully, Batgirl contacts Ollie through […]


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Justice League: No Justice #3 Review – Fun in Spite of Its Convoluted Plot

Martian Manhunter, Starro the Conqeuror and Team Mystery are working on a means of freeing all the bottled planets in the depths of Colu. Team Entropy attempt to coax Vril Dox into providing a plan for dealing with the Omega Titans in the absence of Brainiac. Team Wonder struggle for workarounds to the limits Brainiac’s […]


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Justice League: No Justice #2 Advance Review: Frantic, Action-Packed Fun

Amanda Waller is on her own quest to save the world from the Omega Titans when she is interrupted by none other than Green Arrow. On Colu, the Justice League gathered by Brainiac try to decide what their next move is. They consider splitting into their own team, but Martian Manhunter and Lex Luthor convince […]

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Green Arrow #40 Review: The Justice League of Vakhar

Green Arrow narrowly survives his brush with Nothing to find himself saved by a group of local kids modeling themselves off the Justice League. They are without powers, but they have no powers and little training. After some convincing, Green Arrow agrees to help them in their struggle against Nothing. It is becoming increasingly bothersome […]


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Batman Vs Green Arrow in the Latest DC Versus

For years people have been saying that Green Arrow is just a copy of Batman. And in a many ways, they’re right. Green Arrow was created by Mort Weisinger and George Papp in More Fun Comics #73 (1941) when DC was actively trying to follow up on the success of Superman and Batman a year […]