A Green Arrow #2 Micro-Review – The Cosmic Archer

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Green Arrow 2, cover, May 2023, Sean IzaakseTITLE: Green Arrow #2
AUTHOR: Joshua Williamson
ARTISTS: Sean Izaakse, Romulo Fajardo Jr. (Colorist), Troy Peteri (Letterer)
RELEASED: May 23, 2023

By Rob Siebert
Fanboy Wonder

I actually kind of like that they’re going the cosmic route for the early portion of this Green Arrow run. At the very least, it’s a different aesthetic from how we normally see Oliver Queen.

I hope we get some more one-on-one time between Lian Harper and Ollie. That’s a relationship that I don’t know has been explored enough.

This is a minor spoiler, but why does it feel like Peacemaker and/or the Suicide Squad are being shoehorned into so many books lately? Is there some kind of editorial mandate?

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A Thunderbolts #2 Micro-Review – Eegro the Unbreakable!

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Thunderbolts 2, cover, 2022, Sean Izaakse, Chris O'HalloranTITLE: Thunderbolts #2
AUTHOR: Jim Zub
ARTISTS:
Sean Isaakse, Java Tartaglia (Colorist), Joe Sabino (Letterer). Cover by Isaakse & Chris O’Halloran.

RELEASED: September 28, 2022

By Rob Siebert
Fanboy Wonder

This new Thunderbolts series has been quite enjoyable thus far. It consistently makes me chuckle. Considering it’s tone, that means it’s doing what it’s designed to do.

I’m kind of in love with Eegro the Unbreakable, both from a writing and design perspective. I’m thrilled we’ll be seeing more of him.

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