Green Arrow, Paperback book

Green Arrow: The Sounds Of Violence[Paperback]

by Kevin Smith, Ande Parks and Phil Hester

3.00 out of 5 (1 ratings)

Titan Books Ltd 
Publication Date:
20 February 2004 
Graphic Novels 


The reinvention of a classic comics character continues...Oliver Queen (a.k.a. Green Arrow) is back in Star City, looking to get his life back in order. His relationship with the Black Canary is in tatters, and his 'family' want his undivided attention, something he's not able to give. Not when a mysterious killer is systematically taking out 'vigilantes', and Green Arrow himself is on his list. Continuing the much acclaimed run by director Kevin Smith (Jersey Girl, Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back), 'The Sounds of Violence' is another unique slice of searing comic book mythology, crafted by a master of dialogue and pacing.

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  • I would probably enjoyed this book more if I was a longtime follower of the Green Arrow stories. As a place to join in the tale, not so great. Alot of backstory knowledge is assumed, can get rather confusing to a newb. However, plus side: introduction of one of the creepiest villains ever in the form of Onomatopoeia.

    3.00 out of 5


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