harleyquinn12's Green Arrow/Black Canary #1 - Dead Again: Part One. Here Comes the Bride review

So-So.

Judd Winnick is one of my favorite writers,but this didn't really do it for me. He managed to make it funny,though,like when Mia and Connor were talking and Mia calls him Dr Phil. The art,on the other hand was amazing. It was a little gruesome,which was kind of creepy,but overall I liked it. Not my favorite book,but decent.

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