- Green Arrow: Rebirth
- The Hard-Traveling Heroes
- The New Green Arrow and the New Black Canary
- The New Green Arrow’s First Adventure
- The New Black Canary’s First Adventure
- Green Arrow and Black Canary Team Up
- The Justice League of America Meets the New Green Arrow
- The New Green Arrow Meets Batman
- The New Black Canary Joins the Justice League of America
- Green Arrow and Black Canary: The New Dynamic Duo
Green Arrow: Rebirth and the Hard-Traveling Heroes is a 2016 comic book storyline published by DC Comics. The story follows Oliver Queen and his Green Arrow persona as he tries to save Star City from the Ninth Circle, a secret society that has infiltrated all aspects of society.
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Green Arrow: Rebirth
Oliver Queen. Billionaire playboy.Hot-headed vigilante.Arrow is back in this exciting new series from Eisner Award nominated writer Benjamin Percy and Eisner Award winning artist Otto Schmidt, as he wages a one-man war on crime in Star City.Mia Dearden, Oliver’s former ward and sidekick, Speedy, returns to his life, but is she looking for redemption or revenge?And after the shocking events of Green Arrow: Rebirth #1, what is the fate of Oliver’s son, Connor Hawke?
The Hard-Traveling Heroes
The Hard-Traveling Heroes is a designation used to refer to multiple groups of fictional superheroes appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. The groups are characterized by their involvement in numerous intercompany crossovers, which began with Green Lantern/Green Arrow #76 (April 1970), in which Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) and Green Arrow (Oliver Queen) meet for the first time since the Silver Age of Comic Books. The teams typically consist of one or more members each of the Justice League and the Teen Titans.
The title is a reference to the Wonder Woman storyline “The McDonald’s Adventure” (Wonder Woman #303-318, June 1982-May 1983), in which Diana Prince quits her job at a fast food restaurant after being ordered to wear arevealing costume.
The New Green Arrow and the New Black Canary
The New Green Arrow and the New Black Canary are hard-traveling heroes, taking their fight for social justice to all corners of the DC Universe. From the mean streets of Star City to theJustice League’s Watchtower, they’re making their mark as they go.
The New Green Arrow’s First Adventure
In the summer of 2016, DC Comics released Green Arrow: Rebirth, a one-shot comic book designed to reintroduce the character of Oliver Queen, also known as the Green Arrow, to a new generation of readers. The character had been absent from DC’s lineup of superheroes for several years, and Rebirth was meant to reestablish him as a relevant and exciting figure in the company’s universe.
The story opens with Oliver Queen returning to his home city of Star City after a long absence. He has been living on a remote island for five years, and he is now ready to take up the mantle of Green Arrow once again. He is joined by his former partner, Dinah Lance (also known as Black Canary), and together they begin to fight crime in Star City.
The story is full of action and adventure, as Oliver and Dinah take on a variety of villains, both old and new. They are joined by other superheroes along the way, including the Atom, Hawkman, and Zatanna. Ultimately, they triumph over their enemies and restore peace to Star City.
Green Arrow: Rebirth is an exciting story that will appeal to both longtime fans of the character and those just discovering him for the first time. It is a perfect introduction to the world of DC Comics’ superheroes, and it sets the stage for many more adventures to come.
The New Black Canary’s First Adventure
The New Black Canary’s First Adventure
When Oliver Queen returned from the dead, he brought with him a new lease on life and a new mission: to save his city as the Green Arrow. But he couldn’t do it alone, and he quickly assembled a team of fellow heroes to watch his back. Among them was the new Black Canary, Dinah Drake.
Dinah is relatively new to the superhero game, but she’s a quick learner and a determined fighter. She’s also got a personal stake in this fight, as her sister was one of the victims of the brickcode drug that has been ravaging Star City. Together, Oliver and Dinah take on the drug dealers, the crime bosses, and anyone else who would do harm to their city.
It’s not always easy being a hero, but it’s worth it when you have friends by your side. Join Oliver and Dinah on their first adventure together as they take on the criminal underworld of Star City!
Green Arrow and Black Canary Team Up
In the 2011 “Green Arrow” reboot by DC Comics, Oliver Queen returns from the dead and teams up withBlack Canary. The two have a long and complicated history, which makes their partnership all the more interesting.
The “Hard-Traveling Heroes” storyline sees Green Arrow and Black Canary travel across America, fighting injustice wherever they find it. This is a great example of a team-up comic that makes full use of its characters’ history and strengths.
The Justice League of America Meets the New Green Arrow
The Justice League of America Meets the New Green Arrow is a twelve-issue comic book maxiseries published by DC Comics that debuted in October 2016. The series was written by Benjamin Percy with art by Otto Schmidt.
The series features the Justice League of America (JLA) meeting the newly rebooted Oliver Queen, aka Green Arrow, for the first time. The story also intertwines with the events of DC Universe: Rebirth #1, as well as set up key plot points and characters for Percy’s ongoing Green Arrow series.
The series has received positive reviews, with critics praising Percy’s writing and Schmidt’s art.
The New Green Arrow Meets Batman
In the spring of 2016, DC Comics will release Green Arrow: Rebirth #1, by Benjamin Percy and Otto Schmidt. This will be the first issue of a new ongoing series starring Oliver Queen, the Luckiest Man Alive, better known to his fans as the Green Arrow.
This is not Oliver’s first Rebirth title; he was one of the stars ofDC Universe: Rebirth #1 (written by Percy, with art by Jason Fabok), which kicked off the company-wide event last May. In that issue, we learned that Oliver had been missing for five years, and that his former sidekick Roy Harper (a.k.a. Arsenal) had taken up the mantle of Green Arrow in his absence.
Now, in Green Arrow: Rebirth #1, we catch up with Oliver as he returns to Seattle and tries to pick up the pieces of his life. As he does so, he must deal with a city that has changed in his absence, as well as with a partner who resents him for taking so long to come back.
But Oliver is not alone in his struggle; he is joined by none other than Batman, who has also returned to Gotham City after a five-year absence. The two heroes have a lot in common: they are both wealthy men who have lost everything, and they are both determined to make things right. They are also both hard-traveling heroes, which means that they will often butt heads with each other as they try to do what they think is best for their respective cities. But even though they may not always see eye-to-eye, they are still allies, and they will need each other if they are going to make it through these dark times.
The New Black Canary Joins the Justice League of America
The Black Canary has been a hard-traveling hero for years, appearing in Justice League of America, Birds of Prey, and even leading her own solo series at times. But with the recent Rebirth event, it seems that the DC Universe’s leading ladies are getting a bit of a shake-up. The New Black Canary has joined the Justice League of America, and we couldn’t be more excited.
Previously, the Black Canary was Dinah Lance, a streetwise fighter with a sonic scream known as the Canary Cry. But after an encounter with the villainous Lazarus Pit, Dinah was transformed into a metahuman with enhanced strength and agility. This new Black Canary is Dinah Drake, and she is ready to take on the world.
Dinah Drake is a skilled fighter and an expert in black ops tactics. She is also a founding member of the Birds of Prey, making her an invaluable asset to the Justice League of America. We can’t wait to see what this hard-traveling hero will do next.
Green Arrow and Black Canary: The New Dynamic Duo
Green Arrow and Black Canary are two of the most popular superheroes in the DC Universe, and they have been teaming up together for years. Recently, the two heroes have been given a fresh start in the DC Rebirth event, and they are now working together as a dynamic duo.
Green Arrow is a billionaire playboy who uses his wealth and skills to fight crime, while Black Canary is a vigilante who uses her martial arts skills to take down criminals. The two heroes have very different methods of fighting crime, but they complement each other perfectly.
In the DC Rebirth event, Green Arrow and Black Canary are working together to stop a new threat that is targeting Star City. They are also dealing with their personal issues, as Green Arrow is still coming to terms with the death of his son, while Black Canary is dealing with her own demons.
Despite their differences, Green Arrow and Black Canary share a strong bond, and they are determined to protect Star City from all threats.