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    Reviews - Green Arrow/Black Canary - #1

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Great writing - art leaves some to be desired - Joshboyd
This is some of the best dialogue I've seen in a comic book. The most mature in an adult situation (despite the unusual situation of Amazons kidnapping your husband, but that's why we read these things, right?). Cliff Chiang? For me, the jury's still out on him... Not a lot of detail in his penciling or inking. The colorist who is a Eisner Award winner helped him out big time - I did notice that - this issue was very rich in color. But good stuff. 8 out of 10




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