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After years of dramatic on again, off again romance, Green Arrow and Black Canary finally combine forces in their own world-spanning superhero series as the two lovebirds search for GA's kidnapped son, Connor Hawke. With Ra's al Ghul's criminal cabal, the League of Assassins, behind an assassination attempt on Connor and his subsequent abduction, Green Arrow and Black Canar After years of dramatic on again, off again romance, Green Arrow and Black Canary finally combine forces in their own world-spanning superhero series as the two lovebirds search for GA's kidnapped son, Connor Hawke. With Ra's al Ghul's criminal cabal, the League of Assassins, behind an assassination attempt on Connor and his subsequent abduction, Green Arrow and Black Canary enlist the aid of guest-stars Batman and Plastic Man to save the young hero's life. It's ninjas versus superheroes in a last-ditch effort for survival and when the smoke clears, the Green Arrow family may never be the same.


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After years of dramatic on again, off again romance, Green Arrow and Black Canary finally combine forces in their own world-spanning superhero series as the two lovebirds search for GA's kidnapped son, Connor Hawke. With Ra's al Ghul's criminal cabal, the League of Assassins, behind an assassination attempt on Connor and his subsequent abduction, Green Arrow and Black Canar After years of dramatic on again, off again romance, Green Arrow and Black Canary finally combine forces in their own world-spanning superhero series as the two lovebirds search for GA's kidnapped son, Connor Hawke. With Ra's al Ghul's criminal cabal, the League of Assassins, behind an assassination attempt on Connor and his subsequent abduction, Green Arrow and Black Canary enlist the aid of guest-stars Batman and Plastic Man to save the young hero's life. It's ninjas versus superheroes in a last-ditch effort for survival and when the smoke clears, the Green Arrow family may never be the same.

30 review for Green Arrow/Black Canary, Volume 2: Family Business

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jeff

    Connor, Green Arrow’s son, lies comatose after a failed assassination attempt and now he’s been kidnapped. This is where the fun begins! Green Arrow, Black Canary and Speedy try to track down the flying ship the assassins used because they believe that whoever tried to kill Connor probably abducted him as well. Winick continues his excellent take on this duo and the cameos here are what makes this a huge cut above some other iterations of Green Arrow. Green Lantern is hilarious. Batman is resourcef Connor, Green Arrow’s son, lies comatose after a failed assassination attempt and now he’s been kidnapped. This is where the fun begins! Green Arrow, Black Canary and Speedy try to track down the flying ship the assassins used because they believe that whoever tried to kill Connor probably abducted him as well. Winick continues his excellent take on this duo and the cameos here are what makes this a huge cut above some other iterations of Green Arrow. Green Lantern is hilarious. Batman is resourceful in the coolest of ways. Plastic Man is a pervert. (view spoiler)[Our trio comes across a portable cryogenic chamber. They hope Connor is inside. He isn’t. It’s Plastic Man. Plastic Man – Thanks for the rescue! Ollie – Rescue? Dude, no one had any idea you were missing. Wah Wah Wah! It seems Plastic Man was frozen (his big weakness) from behind while stretching his neck around a roof top checking out a couple of sun bathers. Embarrassing? No? (hide spoiler)] Bottom Line: Winick’s run is the perfect antidote to the dour Arrow TV series. Plus, the League of Assassins are featured here, too. Quick pacing, snappy dialogue and humor make this a recommended read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    This one just wasn't as good as the last volume. Someone steals Conner body and both Black Canary and Green Arrow head out to try and find out who would do such a terrible thing. As we get deeper into the investigation the more mystery builds up till finally the true evil appears or atleast is reveal. This is a big set up, part 1, to a bigger fallout story that'll probably play out in the next volume. Good: The cartoony art still works well and I really enjoyed the fights and bickering between This one just wasn't as good as the last volume. Someone steals Conner body and both Black Canary and Green Arrow head out to try and find out who would do such a terrible thing. As we get deeper into the investigation the more mystery builds up till finally the true evil appears or atleast is reveal. This is a big set up, part 1, to a bigger fallout story that'll probably play out in the next volume. Good: The cartoony art still works well and I really enjoyed the fights and bickering between Oliver and Diana. I also enjoyed the cameos in here, they were both fun and a interesting way to spice things up. Bad: Nothing major really happens. It feels a bit slow at points and not sure what the end result is going to be. Overall, a decent chapter. A 3 out of 5.

  3. 5 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    This one just wasn't as good as the last volume. Someone steals Conner body and both Black Canary and Green Arrow head out to try and find out who would do such a terrible thing. As we get deeper into the investigation the more mystery builds up till finally the true evil appears or atleast is reveal. This is a big set up, part 1, to a bigger fallout story that'll probably play out in the next volume. Good: The cartoony art still works well and I really enjoyed the fights and bickering between O This one just wasn't as good as the last volume. Someone steals Conner body and both Black Canary and Green Arrow head out to try and find out who would do such a terrible thing. As we get deeper into the investigation the more mystery builds up till finally the true evil appears or atleast is reveal. This is a big set up, part 1, to a bigger fallout story that'll probably play out in the next volume. Good: The cartoony art still works well and I really enjoyed the fights and bickering between Oliver and Diana. I also enjoyed the cameos in here, they were both fun and a interesting way to spice things up. Bad: Nothing major really happens. It feels a bit slow at points and not sure what the end result is going to be. Overall, a decent chapter. A 3 out of 5.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Craig

    I thought this one was a bit of a let-down following, as it does directly, the Wedding Album book. Oliver, Dinah, and Speedy Mia are hunting for Connor and there's no real resolution or reasonable progression before the book ends. There are interesting Batman and Plastic Man guest spots and an amusing trip to England. The art is okay, though perhaps just a touch too cartoonish for my taste. A nice enough book, but nothing too special.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Callie *Fights Censorship*

    Plastic Man, Batman, and the League of Assasins (sort of), OH MY! Ollie's son, who is in a coma after an assassination attempt, is kidnapped and Black Canary and Green Arrow are trying to track down the people responsible. Overall, a fun, very quick, read.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nicolas

    This series started with a bang, but this London set volume was a little dull. Not even Batman and Plastic Man could help. For more on this run tune in to this episode of Comic Book Coffee Break: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZxDU... This series started with a bang, but this London set volume was a little dull. Not even Batman and Plastic Man could help. For more on this run tune in to this episode of Comic Book Coffee Break: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZxDU...

  7. 5 out of 5

    Orrin Grey

    I really like both Green Arrow and Black Canary, and I like that they're in a fairly happy, committed relationship (at least for the moment that this comic takes place during). I like the slightly cartoony slightly Adam Hughes-y artwork. I'm definitely going to read the next volume, if the library turns it up for me, but this wasn't all that I was hoping for. (Maybe in part because I am so out-of-tune with events in the DC Universe, maybe not.) On a note that it is unfair to blame this comic for, I really like both Green Arrow and Black Canary, and I like that they're in a fairly happy, committed relationship (at least for the moment that this comic takes place during). I like the slightly cartoony slightly Adam Hughes-y artwork. I'm definitely going to read the next volume, if the library turns it up for me, but this wasn't all that I was hoping for. (Maybe in part because I am so out-of-tune with events in the DC Universe, maybe not.) On a note that it is unfair to blame this comic for, I'm really happy to see stories about capable, competent people in adventurous lines of work who are happily married to one another. Really happy. But I wish that I could find an example of same in which their main plot thread did not revolve around their children (in one form or another). Any suggestions?

  8. 4 out of 5

    Seth

    This volume of Winick's run on Green Arrow & Black Canary was just a lot of fun. The dialogue has some great moments of levity and there is some fantastic action sequences with awesome guest stars like Batman, Plastic Man and of course the rest of Team Arrow. I'm really liking this series so far. The artwork is also quite well done too. Shout out to Mike Norton for some stellar work there as well. This volume of Winick's run on Green Arrow & Black Canary was just a lot of fun. The dialogue has some great moments of levity and there is some fantastic action sequences with awesome guest stars like Batman, Plastic Man and of course the rest of Team Arrow. I'm really liking this series so far. The artwork is also quite well done too. Shout out to Mike Norton for some stellar work there as well.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Cristiani

    Something weird is happening with these graphic novel forms, because again, nowhere on here am I alerted that this is a volume 2. That I did get the sense I'd come in on a story, but it was no problem, because it did great on its own. I can't remember laughing out loud like this at a comic in a long time, maybe ever. The banter is hilarious. And yet the threat manages to be real. I loved it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Brad

    The title heroes continue the search for the other Green Arrow, confounded by plot twists at the end of each issue. This book tries hard to be light and amusing. It usually succeeds, but Judd Winick goes to the well too often with joke and plot tropes. The book's plot stops dead at the end of the book, incomplete, which is quite frustrating. The art by Cliff Chiang and Mike Norton is perfect pop superhero.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Travis

    Some great art and decent writing in this series, but the stories tended to drag and the writer thought he'd be really clever and constantly throw bizarre cliffhangers at us. After awhile it just got annoying. Ollie's teen girl sidekick is fun and the writer had a good handle on the two main leads personalities and relationship, but he tried too hard where the plot was concerned.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Rosa

    Poor Plastic Man, he just can't catch a break. Connor has been abducted and no one is sure why or where he is. Black Canary and Green Arrow set out to find him and they inadvertently find Plastic Man instead, of course no one even realized he had been abducted as well. I wish they would combine a few more issues because these Green Arrow Black Canary books are way too short.

  13. 4 out of 5

    SA

    Soooooooooo emotionally uneven, but the initial art was great and I like seeing them become a more established family. Even despite the needless dramz.

  14. 4 out of 5

    John Yelverton

    This book bordered on the absurd, but it's so great to have Green Arrow and Black Canary married and together, that I just don't care.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    Me gusta que varios personajes aparezcan en la búsqueda de Connor...pero me ha faltado algo.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Geoff Derks

    It may say Green Arrow and Black Canary on the cover, but Batman and Plastic Man steal the show here.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    The Connor story is concluded nicely, it still feels like Green Arrow. Shame its the last Judd Winick one.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Max Z

    "Guys, I bet I can end every issue with a twist! See? No hands!" If they wanted to make this a lighthearted romp, the premise is too jarring for that.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kat

    Basic Plot: GA and BC hunt for Connor Hawke, who was kidnapped.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Abby

  21. 5 out of 5

    Namita Murthy

  22. 5 out of 5

    C.E. Case

  23. 5 out of 5

    Philip Cosand

  24. 5 out of 5

    Doug

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

  26. 4 out of 5

    Onegallant

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

  29. 4 out of 5

    Stacey

  30. 5 out of 5

    Todd

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