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Collects GREEN ARROW #16-21 by Brad Meltzer (IDENTITY CRISIS)! The Emerald Archer returns from the dead and sets off on an adventure that tests his courage and brings formerly hidden facets of the Green Arrow legend to light. Featuring anintroduction by Senator Patrick Leahy, a foreword by Greg Rucka (WONDER WOMAN), Meltzer's original notes to the series, and the script to issue #16.
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Brad Meltzer is a newcomer to comics, but has reputation as a thriller writer. His novels The Tenth Justice, Dead Even and The First Counsel were all New York Times bestsellers. Phil Hester has worked on a number of comics including Swamp Thing, Negative Burn, Foot Soldiers and Deadline USA.From Publishers Weekly:
Green Arrow died. Then he came back to life. But in the meantime, the Shade dropped the ball on a job Green Arrow had asked him to take care of in the event of his death: gathering various artifacts to protect Green Arrow's identity (and, by extension, his family and friends). So the reborn superhero and his old sidekick, Speedy, now known as Arsenal, embark on "The Archer's Quest," gathering those artifacts and taking several trips down memory lane. Crime novelist Meltzer (The Millionaires; The Zero Game) does a good job of giving the Emerald Archer some depth in this installment, but it isn't the quest structure that does it-it's Meltzer's tongue-in-cheek dialogue and the excellent rapport between Green Arrow and Arsenal that reveal more of the character than usually meets the eye in DC Comics' stories. If anything, the contrived search for various mementos of his career detracts from Meltzer's intimate depiction. For one thing, if Green Arrow is alive, why does he need to collect what he wanted destroyed in the event of his death? For another, most of the relics give no indication of his identity-so why were they to be destroyed in the first place? But Meltzer's humor almost makes up for it. Hester and Parks continue to give Green Arrow a fresh, cartoony feel that is just right for the kind of story Meltzer is telling: while it doesn't take itself too seriously, it's bold and exciting.
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