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Green Arrow Quiver (NOOK Comic with Zoom View)
     

Green Arrow Quiver (NOOK Comic with Zoom View)

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by Kevin Smith
 

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The original Green Arrow, Oliver Queen, reemerges after years of being assumed dead. But many people, including Black Canary, his ex-lover, Arsenal, his ex-partner, Connor Hawke, his son and temporary successor and Batman, the Dark Knight Detective, want to know how Green Arrow survived the airplane explosion and where he has been. Using strong characterization and

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The original Green Arrow, Oliver Queen, reemerges after years of being assumed dead. But many people, including Black Canary, his ex-lover, Arsenal, his ex-partner, Connor Hawke, his son and temporary successor and Batman, the Dark Knight Detective, want to know how Green Arrow survived the airplane explosion and where he has been. Using strong characterization and engaging dialogue, comic and screenplay writer and movie director Kevin Smith (Clerks, Dogma, BATMAN: CACOPHONY) successfully resurrects one of the world's classic heroes.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781401248734
Publisher:
DC Comics
Publication date:
10/15/2013
Sold by:
DC Comics
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
349,121
File size:
109 MB
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Meet the Author

In the few years since his entry into the indie film community, Kevin Smith has seen it all -- from the surprise critical and commercial success he received for his debut film Clerks to the disappointing critical and commercial drubbing he took on his second outing, Mallrats. He caught a break on his third film, the critically hailed Chasing Amy, and managed not to get killed by the religious zealots over his fourth film, the comedic meditation Dogma. Thus not deterred, Smith advanced and has written and directed Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back and Zach and Miri Make A Porno.
He's written comic books featuring not only his own characters (Clerksand Jay and Silent Bob), but other characters as well--the award-winning Daredevil at Marvel Comics, and the award-winning GREEN ARROW at DC comics. And if the film thing doesn't pan out, he does own his own comic-book store -- Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash, in beautiful downtown Red Bank, New Jersey.

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Green Arrow : Quiver 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Heavy_Metal_Sushi More than 1 year ago
Previously, I had only really ever read a few random different Green Arrow comics before. It's not that I had never been into his character...just never much got around to reading any. I was somewhat familiar with him in different ways, through various different other mediums, so I knew enough going into this graphic novel to not have too hard a time with it. Plus, the fact that Kevin Smith wrote this was pretty cool to me as well, having been familiar with his movies and the Daredevil bit he had written as well. Throughout this graphic novel, I really grew a new interest and like for The Green Arrow. I was fairly engrossed in this graphic novel. I feel Kevin Smith did a good job with the story on this, what with Green Arrow's reserrection and the incorporation of the Justice League, to try and get down to the bottom of things and figure out what happened. The animation was pretty good too. I think it would make a great DC animated movie, perhaps maybe voice casted by Neal McDonough, seeing as how he looks as if he would make a great Green Arrow in a movie, and due to the fact that he already voiced Green Arrow once in a short from the the ever so awesome DC animated film Superman Batman Apocalypse. I think it would be really cool too if they one day made a Green Arrow live action movie. Not sure if they could cast Neal McDonough or not for that, depending on the whole age bracket thing, but it'd still be pretty cool. Just sayin though. Anyway though, if you're into DC Comics or just like the Green Arrow or Justice League a lot, and have never read this, then I would recommend checking it out. I very much enjoyed it.
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Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
Kevin Smith has shown that he can pen a really good comic book. Here, however he never got to "really good". He hovers around "okay". The overall plot was a little hokey and there parts that were downright inane. However there were so gems such as many of GA's friends reacting to his return. The art by Phil Hester was a little too sketchy for my liking. Overall, I'm glad that I read Ollie's return and that he did return however, this was just an average book.