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Witness the power of the BRIGHTEST DAY as the dead walk once more in the mysterious forest. Plus, Green Arrow battles the master of disguise known as Nix while more secrets regarding the Queen are revealed.

Written by J.T. KRUL
Variant cover by GARY FRANK

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.0%
Avg Rating: 3.4
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  1. Could be a dropping off point. The white lantern stuff is tired.

  2. Yeah, this whole Brightest Day tie-in stuff is boring.  I want to get to the real story not this white lantern tree crap.

  3. I enjoy every point of every issue that is not related to the white lantern, issue three is exception because that was a horrid issue. I want to see Ollie handle more issues with the city and queen industries. Hopefully the next issue will fulfill my wishes

  4. I’ve been a fan of Green Arrow since the Kevin Smith run and I did not know that Ollie’s parents were mauled by lions. Ya learn something new (and ridiculous) every day.

    I’ll be surprised if this title rises above mediocre any time soon. I like Krul but I just don’t think he’s taking Ollie in the direction he needs to go. Not entirely his fault though. After what DC has done to the Arrow family recently, it’s almost impossible to know what the right direction should be.

    I like the idea of the forest, but that’s about as far as it goes. I’m not sick of the White Lantern tree, but I am sick of seeing Black Lanterns again. Blackest night ended six months ago, and in the past two weeks we’ve already seen at least two titles with the words "Return of the Black Lanterns" on it. Too soon.

  5. The Brightest Day stuff is really beginning to hold this title back. Its at its best when that stuff isn’t factoring in. Hopefully Krul will get a chance to shine with his writing without any editorial/storyline influence.

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