Green Arrow #21
By Paul Mason
April 22, 2017 - 22:48
Publisher(s): DC Comics
Writer(s): Benjamin Percy
Artist(s): Juan Ferreyra
Colourist(s): Juan Ferreyra
Letterer(s): Nate Piekos
Cover Artist(s): Juan Ferreyra; Mike Grell, Lovern Kindzieski
During the various runs and iterations of Green Arrow I admit there were times I wasn’t the biggest fan of the art. But I love this art, it seems very Alex Ross inspired as more painted than penciled and it just seems so suited to the comic.
Why am I talking about the art at the start of another review? Because I can’t really provide a synopsis of this issue as the plot is clouded in mystery and lacks much action. This is a true set up issue to a story arc setting the stage. Percy does that deftly as I wasn’t bored reading it and there were some cool characters in it such as Cheshire and Brickell to name a couple.
The whole building up of transforming Seattle to Star City is a bonus as well.
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