Artist: Andrea Sorrentino
Publisher: DC Comics
First Publication: October 14, 2014
Source: Net Galley
Graphic Novel Challenge #31
Collects: Green Arrow #s 25-31
Summary: As Green Arrow discovers that his stranding on a desert island was more than just an accident, there seem to be more sinister forces at work behind all these sudden revelations. The Queen family is embroiled in a war generations old. A war of clans. A war of outsiders.
Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino have put together one of my favorite Green Arrow series. I was sorry to hear that their time on the title is coming to an end. I will be following both creators to their new series.
Lemire's history of Green Arrow is being slowly revealed with more clues being show in each issue. He is a master of how to craft an exciting present day story while working in flashbacks.
And what more can be said about Sorrentino's art? He has developed into one of the best artists working today. The innovative panels/page layouts make the atmosphere explode off of each page. I have not been this impressed with original page composition since the heyday of "Master of Kung Fu" when either Paul Gulacy or Gene Day was the artist.
Green Arrow, and the Queen family, continue to be put through the ringer as the tension builds with each chapter.