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Green Arrow (2001) - #33
"Antiques Roadshow"
DC Comics

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Cameron Stewart

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Cover Date: February 2004
Cover Price: US $ 2.50

Issue Tagline: Ready, Steady, Go!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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Many years ago, Green Arrow and Speedy stopped Kobra's arms dealing ring by destroying a warehouse filled with agents of the organization and missles. But, afterwards, when the two get into an argument about getting the car, Ollie blows it up just to spite Roy.

The reason why Ollie is telling Mia this story from the past is because Mia managed to find an "aeBay" auction for the original Arrowmobile. He dismisses it as a fake and goes up to the Watchtower to find the control for the car. But, when Superman looks at it, it seems that the destruct button was broken in the first place, so the car being sold is not a fake afterall. The seller apparently found it while putting out the weapons warehouse fire. However, another man named the Scavenger has his eye on the car as well. Although Ollie pretends like he doesn't want it, Mia gets into a bidding war with Scavenger, but eventually the auction is won... by Batman. After driving it home, however, Ollie finally blows it up for good.

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