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  1. Green Arrow Vol. 1: The Midas Touch (The New 52)
    Green Arrow Vol. 1: The Midas Touch (The New 52)
    Green Arrow Vol. 1: The Midas Touch (The New 52)
    Green Arrow Vol. 1: The Midas Touch (The New 52)
    Green Arrow Vol. 1: The Midas Touch (The New 52)
    Green Arrow Vol. 1: The Midas Touch (The New 52)
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  2. Green Arrow Vol. 1: The Midas Touch (The New 52)

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The Emerald Archer returns, relaunched for a new generation of readers!

The masked vigilante Green Arrow is used to looking for trouble, but now trouble's come looking for him! Enter Rush and his gang of thrill-seeking trust fund babies, buying their super powers and treating the world as their playground. Along with their rotting man-monster Midas and the assassin Blood Rose, Rush plans to kill a super hero live on the Internet. Even with his cutting-edge weapons and tech from Q-Core, the odds are stacked against Green Arrow!

From Dan Jurgens (Superman), J.T. Krul (Captain Atom), Keith Giffen (O.M.A.C.) and George Perez (Worlds' Finest), this latest chapter of Green Arrow is a can't-miss event!

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Specifications

Country
USA
Author
J.T. Krul
Binding
Paperback
Brand
DC Comics
EAN
9781401234867
Edition
40435th
ISBN
1401234860
Label
DC Comics
Manufacturer
DC Comics
NumberOfItems
1
NumberOfPages
144
PublicationDate
2012-06-05
Publisher
DC Comics
ReleaseDate
2012-06-05
Studio
DC Comics
Most Helpful Customer Reviews

A hero is best defined by his villains. What would Batman be without the Joker? Or Superman with no Lex Luthor? So who are the villains that the Green Lantern takes on? Well, the first group is a super powered pack who biggest wish is to have the most views of their posted criminal videos. (They do criminal acts and record them, not pirate other people's videos.) Then he fights a robot and a walking toxic waste dump. Not the stuff of legends I am afraid. I get that Green Arrow is the "common man" of the superhero community. He deals with the bad guys that are "too small" for the likes of Superman. Still , he could have gone up against something better than wannabes with (maybe) superpowers.

The good. Plenty of action, decent artwork, and a good mix of gadget arrows to regular arrows. I liked the message that we need to put down our gadgets and do more.

The bad. It is really hard to show much action when fighting with a bow. It is either him drawing the bow or... Read more
Green Arrow has exploded into the pop culture scene with as just much ferocity as Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye in 2012’s The Avengers. With the CW’s Arrow focusing on DC’s Emerald Archer and ebbing into its third season with the grace of a more seasoned series, fans are beginning to flock to conventions, charity events, and the comics in order to provide them with insight on one of DC Comics’ most in depth and rich characters.

With DC’s reboot of their entire universe in September of 2012 it marked an all-new start to most of the DC family, however, along with Batman and Green Lantern, Green Arrow was spared the agonizing growing pains and retained much of his prior continuity in spite of being rebranded as a jumping on point for new readers.

Instead of being a blessing, it was a misstep in disguise— Unlike Batman and Green Lantern, Green Arrow was just starting to gain traction and notoriety in the pop culture community,... Read more
It was an ok start to the series.

Ollie's trademark sense of humor has become more sarcastic as he keeps a running tte-à-tte with his support team. Unfortunately, he occasionally comes across as a condescending jerk. It makes it hard to envision this Oliver Queen as the street level hero who looks out for the little guy. However, it should be noted that character growth can never occur without a starting place that leaves plenty of head room.

The villains have suitable goals and don't fall into mustache twirling too often. They are creditable threats without being yet another Darksied, Anti-Moniter, Parallax or any other of DC's rather full stable of cosmic super threats.

The art is crisp, and follows from one panel to the next well.

Word of warning. Skip volume 2 of the graphic novels. I'm not kidding. There is nothing of value in them.
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