Green Arrow #2
Written by Joshua Williamson
Art by Sean Izaakse
Colors by Romulo Fajardo Jr
Letters by Troy Peteri
The Rundown: Oliver goes back to what he knows on an alien planet while Roy goes on the hunt for Amanda Waller.
Stranded on an alien planet, Oliver Queen does what does best, fight crime. Unfortunately, he is dealing with a lot of unknown elements and those elements pack a punch. After getting a much needed assist from Lian, the pair find themselves being transported somewhere unknown.
At the same time, Roy teams up with Dinah to discover what is happening to their family and the person he thinks has the answers is Amanda Waller. Unfortunately, she does not want to be found and sends in Peacemaker to remind them of that.
The Story: Williamson continues to craft an entertaining story for Oliver and the rest of the Green Arrow family. I like the mystery within the story and how Oliver is keeping secrets including why he won’t go home. I like Roy and Dinah’s adventure as well and look forward to seeing how they both collide. Only thing that bothers me is the seemingly overuse of the character of Peacemaker. He is showing up too many places and is starting to become an annoying presence.
The Art: Izaakse is crafting some beautifully detailed, dynamic and fluid art throughout the issue. I love the visual style and the action is visually thrilling.