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The Green Lantern, Green Arrow : the collection. 1

Format: Print Book 2004
Availability: Available at 4 Libraries 4 of 5 copies
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CLP - East Liberty Graphic Novels GRAPHIC NOVEL Green
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CLP - Homewood Graphic Novels GRAPHIC NOVEL Green
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Collection  Graphic Novels
 
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Monroeville Public Library Display Graphic novel GRE
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Penn Hills Library Youth YA 741.59 ONE
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Cooper-Siegel Community Library Young Adult IN TRANSIT
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Summary
Green Lantern Hal Jordan continues his usual cosmic spanning adventures, using his amazing power ring to police Sector 2814 against universe threatening menaces. Meanwhile, on Earth, Oliver Queen, the archer known as Green Arrow, confronts menaces of a different kind... Ages 13+
Published Reviews
Publisher's Weekly Review: "These frequently reprinted Green Lantern/Green Arrow stories from the early '70s are both a harbinger of things to come in American comics and a dead end. As sales for DC's Green Lantern fell, young writer O'Neil, influenced by '60s liberal politics, decided to have superheroes confront real social issues of the time, including racism, political corruption and capitalistic exploitation of workers. O'Neil compared Green Lantern to a policeman, accustomed to unquestioningly accepting the status quo. Green Lantern is clued into social ills by the newly radicalized superhero archer Green Arrow, whom O'Neil revamped into a contemporary Robin Hood. O'Neil thus started a trend of "relevant" comics that quickly faded. Nor have these stories aged well. Influenced by magazine illustrators, Adams's art was acclaimed at the time for its realism, but now seems to glamorize naturalistic subjects. Though professing to portray moral complexities, these stories make their "real life" malefactors as purely evil as standard costumed villains. O'Neil vividly characterizes his two heroes, but they still lack true depth. The writer is more successful with characterization in Volume 2, and his introductions to Volume 1 provide proof of the sophisticated author he has become. Readers interested in comics history will want to read this collection; it represents an early step toward the medium's maturity.(c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved All rights reserved."
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Additional Information
Subjects Green Arrow -- (Fictitious character) -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Archers -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Superheroes -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Superhero comics.
Comics (Graphic works)
Graphic novels.
Publisher New York :DC Comics,2004
Other Titles Green Arrow (Comic strip)
Contributors O'Neil, Dennis, 1939-2020
Adams, Neal, 1941-
Adams, Cory.
Adler, Jack.
Costanza, John.
DC Comics, Inc.
Language English
Notes "Originally published in single magazine form in Green Lantern 76-82"--T.p. verso.
Description 173 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
ISBN 9781401202248
1401202241
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