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Green Arrow (2001) - #12
"Feast and Fowl"
DC Comics

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Kevin Patrick Smith

Phillip 'Phil' Hester

Ande J. Parks

James R. Sinclair - 'Jim'

Sean Konot

Nachie Castro
Bob Schreck

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Matt Wagner

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Cover Date: March 2002
Cover Price: US $ 2.50

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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Letters Column: Arrow Heads

After being back from the dead for several days, Ollie and Dinah finally go out on a legitimate date. Before this, Hawkman and Green Arrow laugh it up, making fun of Batman and "formerly-dead-male" bonding. But, of course, at the date, Ollie and Dinah get burst in on by the Riddler. The two manage to subdue Riddler and his goons before going back to "get busy."

Meanwhile, in Philadelphia, a heroine named Virago is tricked into saving a person who isn't real. She is tranqed and killed by a new serial killer named Onomatoepoeia.

Reprinted/Collected in:
DC Legends (2002) #6
Green Arrow (2001) Absolute Edition HC
Green Arrow (2001) HC vol. 02
Green Arrow (2001) TPB vol. 02
Green Arrow/Black Canary: For Better Or For Worse (2007) TPB vol. 01

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