Green Arrow: Year One

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Andy Diggle is a British comic book writer and former editor of 2000 AD He is best known for his work on The Losers,Swamp Thing, Hellblazer, Adam Strange and Silent Dragon at DC Comics and for his run on Thunderbolts and Daredevil after his move to Marvel.In 2013 Diggle left writing DC s Action Comics and began working with Dynamite Entertainment, writing a paranormal crime series Uncanny He is

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  • Hardcover
  • Green Arrow: Year One
  • Andy Diggle
  • Spanish
  • 10 July 2017

10 thoughts on “Green Arrow: Year One

  1. says:

    Re Read 2014 I read this for the 1st time about 5 years ago, and thought it was amazing So, I re read it this yearjust to make sure.Since the tv show started, quite a few people have asked me to recommend a good Green Arrow comic book.And this was the only one I could think to point them towards.Shame on you, New 52 Anyway, I got a little nervous when I realized it had been a while since I had actually read this one What if I was remembering it wrong What if it sucked Long story short, I bought itand read it again.Turns out, I was for once right.This is still the best Green Arrow title that I ve ever read, and it s one of the rare books that stands the test of time.If you re looking for a well written origin story about Oliver Queen, look no further This is the definitive Green Arrow Original review 2009 Honestly, th...

  2. says:

    Apparently there are two methods on how to survive if you find yourself marooned on an island 1 Go almost crazy from loneliness and start talking to a volleyball.2 Teach yourself to be a master archer using the bow and arrows you cobble together.The first alternative will get you an Oscar nomination while the second will enable you to become a superhero with your own TV show.Wealthy Oliver Queen is a feckless thrill seeking playboy After embarrassing himself with a drunken incident at a charity auction, Oliver decides to lay low by taking a business trip on his yacht Unfortunately, things don t go quite as planned, and he ends up washed ashore on an island In order to eat, Oliver makes a bow out material he scavenges from a deserted village and becomes a hunter But when he discovers a gang of criminals using the island for heroin production, Oliver finds himself taking a stand for the first time in his privileged life.This was a great comic that updated the Green Arrow origins while still being a highly enjoyable story by itself A spoiled billionaire becoming a socially conscious crime fight...

  3. says:

    5.5 stars Introduction Alright, so I have been reading Batman and Superman comic books from DC Comics so far, but I have yet to read comic books from other superheroes like Flash, Green Lantern and Wonder Woman But now I finally got the chance to check out another DC superhero that I have not read about at all and that is Green Arrow Now, I have been watching the Arrow TV series for a while now and I had always wanted to read about Green Arrow as a character So, when I heard so many good things about a comic book called Green Arrow Year One, I just had to check it out and man, was I blown away by this awesome comic book What is this story about Oliver Queen was a rich playboy who was always spoiled and seemed to only care about what he wanted rather than what others wanted But, when Oliver s friend Hackett ended up betraying him and throwing him out of the boat to die, Oliver manages to survive by ending up on an abandoned island It was there that Oliver starts to realize his true potential in life while slowly becoming the famous GREEN ARROW What I loved about this story Andy Diggle s writing Oh my goodness I will be honest here, I have never read any of Andy Diggle s works on comic books before, so this comic boo...

  4. says:

    Not a huge Andy Diggle fan Nothing against him, he seems awesome, just don t love a lot of his work but this was pretty fun So this is the origins of Green Arrow Oh, you don t know it It s almost as famous as Batman or Spider man at this point Especially since Arrow became a hit A lot of what Arrow does is taken from this comic actually So Oliver is a rich prick who plays to much in life What happens His best buddy backstabs him, throws him in the ocean to die, and then he ends up on a island He has to learn to survive, becoming the Green Arrow in the process, and then of course meets his friend again but not in the way you d expect Good The art is pretty great, with some awesome fight scenes and badass posses I also thought Oliver s internal monolog was pretty fun You can tell he s a conflicted guy sometimes but he a liberal tree huger no matter what Bad The storyline isn t epic or brand new, everything you expe...

  5. says:

    This is the origin story of Green Arrow, and it leaves a much better impression than the godawful TV show right away The basic premise is the same billionaire playboy gets lost at sea and stranded on an island where he learns to survive, and then meets some bad guys and fights them But because it s a comic book and not a live action show, there s 100% less Stephen Amell in the mix, and of course no Berlanti Guggenhe...

  6. says:

    What a great example of taking a third tier character and reimaging himnow he is one of the hottest DC characters around Should be a text book for other characters Hawkman

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    I ve never been a fan of Green Arrrow s and have only seen the character crop up in big events like Final Crisis a few years back, so I didn t know what to expect from the character He s basically just Robin Hood right Well I was pleasantly surprised Oliver Queen is a rich playboy who lives a directionless life until one day while practicing archery in the Pacific, his friend betrays him and leaves him for dead He washes ashore a desert island and hones his skills with a bow and arrow until he realises he s not alone on the island It s a massive grow farm for heroin and the indigenous population have been enslaved by a ruthless Chinese woman called China White I thought the action was really well done Seeing Oliver change over time and develop his look, see the things that would go into making him the hero he becomes at the end was cleverly put togethe...

  8. says:

    So this is the first graphic novel I ve read, or what some try to tell me is just a big comic book I walked out of the library this week and ran into some friends who noticed Man of Steel and Iron Man DVDs under my arm along with this thing and a couple of actual novels I m on a bit of a superhero kick right now, I said with my head hung low Ohhhh our son reads those, too, says the wife pointing to my graphic novel slash comic book He s five But, to make a long story longer, I started watching Arrow on Netflix I don t know why People like it It s pretty cool if you can look past some of the cheesy dialogue and CW everyone is beautiful stuff I wanted to learn about Green Arrow so I grabbed this I also put some Captain America and Iron Man stuff on hold, too Anyway, this was really a lot of fun It was great to read a story told in a different medium and it never felt lik...

  9. says:

    I really have nothing to compare this to I ve never read a Green Arrow solo book, and I ve barely seen him show up in somebody else s book So I m coming in about as fresh as possible Maybe that s a good thing, because I ended u...

  10. says:

    Absolutely awesome Great writing that created deep, believable characters, solid dialog, and a conceivable island storyline that wasn t as weird as the show think Lost Ollie s dialog was a bit dorkier than the show but it did...

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