Green Arrow #45 picks up on the threads from Heroes In Crisis #1, focusing on Oliver Queen's reaction to the death of a dear friend.
In their latest look at inexplicable comic book plots, CSBG examines how Green Arrow hid the details of his secret identity...which was already public
Oliver Queen is left stunned as the Green Arrow faces his newest, and quite possibly his biggest threat in Star City.
DC is home to some of the most dangerous characters in comics, but these 20 often tread the fine line between hero and villain.
DC Comics' current Green Arrow arc is taking aim at a big issue plaguing America: the prison reform system.
In their latest look at how movies and TVs impact comics, CSBG examines how the Arrow version of Felicity Smoak debuted in the comic books.
Green Arrow almost starred in a movie where he'd fight a prison of super villains. It never happened, but the story now lives on in his comics.
Green Arrow has changed in a major way thanks to DC Rebirth, but the events of No Justice put him in a whole new position.
Oliver Queen brings back a long missing piece of superhero tech in Green Arrow Annual #2, and it's absolutely perfect.