Green Arrow: Year One

Green Arrow: Year One

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Overview

Green Arrow: Year One by Jock, Andy Diggle, Jock, David Baron

Oliver Queen has been a faithful member of the Justice League of America and defended Star City with his trusty bown and an arsenal of deadly arrows for years—now thrill to the definitive tale of how he became Green Arrow!

Queen is a frivolous playboy with little care for anyone or anything—apparently even himself. But when he's double-crossed and marooned on a jungle island, he finds that he does care about something: justice!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781401216870
Publisher: DC Comics
Publication date: 04/22/2008
Pages: 160
Product dimensions: 6.95(w) x 10.50(h) x 0.45(d)
Age Range: 15 - 18 Years

About the Author

Andy Diggle is one of the UK's leading comic book writers, and former editor of the cult British comic 2000 AD. He has been writing professionally since 2002. Diggle and artist Jock's Vertigo action thriller series The Losers was adapted into a major Hollywood movie in 2010, starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Chris Evans, Zoe Saldana and Idris Elba. Diggle's other work for DC Comics includes Green Arrow: Year One, Batman Confidential, Hellblazer, Swamp Thing, Adam Strange, Silent Dragon and the Vertigo crime thriller Rat Catcher.

Jock is the pseudonym of British comics artist Mark Simpson, best known for his work with Andy Diggle on the cult British comic 2000 AD and Vertigo's The Losers. He has also illustrated stunning covers for DC Comics titles including Batman, Nightwing, and Catwoman, as well as interior art for Swamp Thing and John Constantine, Hellblazer from Vertigo.

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Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
A lot of times publishers try to strike lightning twice. Batman: Year One was such a huge critical and probably financial success that DC Comics and other companies have tried many times to do other properties "Year One" style. I don't think they've been successful overall. Here, however, Andy Diggle and Jock have crafted such a remarkable story that this belongs right along with Frank Miller & Davis Mazzucchelli's Batman story. Diggle's version of Oliver Queen is maybe my favorite. His turn from nearly worthless socialite to emerald archer is fantastic. Jock's art is fantastic and fits perfectly. Overall, this book is tremendous. I can't imagine someone not liking this book!