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BRIGHTEST DAY nears its end as something terrible stirs within the forest and Oliver Queen discovers his role in Star City. How will Green Arrow help pave the way for Earth’s Protector?

Written by J.T. KRUL
Variant cover by CLAYTON CRAIN

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  1. I have actually loved every issue of this series. It always goes on the bottom of my stack.

  2. I agree mburnsoh it usually is midway to the bottom half of the stack for me as well. I am just now starting to get a little impatient for this story arc to move on though it is a little boring at times. I want Ollie back in with BC and get his company back!!


  3. This is on my chopping block. I’ve been reading GA faithfully since Quiver. But Krul is really testing that faith. Not his fault though. I wouldn’t wanna be the guy that had to steer this ship after the rape of the GA family last year.

    I’m sick of this forest, I’m sick of Galahad, and I’m sick of not seeing one of the best supporting casts in comics. Years worth of work by Meltzer, Smith, and Winnick has been flushed down the shitter. And I’m not ok with it.

  4. Wow, I guess thats that then! I find myself agreeing with wheelhands now.

  5. I really like the middle ages vibe, keep up the good work Krul

  6. This story is finally getting interesting it took this forever to get here though.  I to am missing the awesome supporting cast I’m hoping Krul can keep it moving in a good way.

  7. I’m looking forward to seeing where this series goes once Brightest Day is over. I’m sure it will just transition into a Flashpoint tie-in, but c’mon, DC. When can we have a GA storyline that isn’t dependent on an event? I feel like this series has been in a holding pattern until BD ends, which limits where the stories can go. I’ve been patient. But I don’t know if I’ll be sticking around for another 10 issues of Ollie spinning his wheels in the midst of another big DC event. I dropped Flash for that reason, and GA’s future in my pull list ain’t looking great. Still and all, I do love the artwork and I like Krul’s take on the characters, even if the storyline is testing my patience.

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