Are we still going with the Apple analogue with Steve Jobs dying?
Review for Green Arrow #2.
The Story: The douche villains kill some poor kid, post it on the internet so Ollie goes and stops them.
The Good: As I said in the previous issue I really like the idea of these glory hound villains using the internet to become infamous but it has drawbacks. Still liking Jurgen's art, it works well in action sequences.
The Bad: The main problem with the series is that we have no idea who Ollie, we have no idea how we acquired Q-Core who runs it and such. As much as I like the villains we get no backstory for Rush, we have no idea why he does these things. It seems that Krul just tought of a villain but not his motivation. Or at the very least he could have an interesting psychologie to him but sadly Rush seems like one and done villain. Also the whole killing the kid and posting it online is reminiscent of Kick-Ass and it was done better there because it was a "Mature" comic so Millar can shows does things as they are.
The Verdict: This series continues to be very average with a barely developped hero, villain and company but thankfully Giffen will be writing from issue 4 and onwards and I have faith in him since I enjoyed his Doom Patrol series. Don't buy this.