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Arrow is a show that I want to love. But there are moments in the action and dialogue that just make me say Wtf?!
“I’m gonna go out. Okay. And when I come home. You better not still be here, or I’m calling the police.” – Thea Queen to Malcolm Merlin
Before I get into this quote and the inherent problem with its simplicity, let me offer a preface.
This series isn’t really about the Green Arrow found in the comics or even the immortal Justice League Unlimited cartoon. By now, we should cut the pretense. This is a Batman story – plain and simple. That is why Oliver Queen’s character was so familiar and compelling in those first two seasons. Arrow has the training of Batman, as well as a few borrowed stories (ie. Ra’s Al Ghul).
Unfortunately, ever since the season 3 mid-season finale, following the »
- Bags Hooper
Ted Brandt and Rosy Higgins are an artistic team from Bristol, England. They are currently working on Princeless: Raven Pirate Princess with writer Jeremy Whitley. (Secret Wars: Secret Love.) It is an all ages comic from Action Lab and a sequel to the Princeless: Pirate Princess and is about Raven Xingtao, an Asian lesbian teen pirate, who must wrest back the title of Black Arrow (Think Pirate King in Pirates of Caribbean.) But, first she must assemble a crew for her ship, and that is what she has been doing over the past three issues with the help of shifty Half-Elf thief Sunshine and Katie, who is a dead ringer for Brienne of Tarth from Game of Thrones and inspires her to assemble an all female crew. Higgins pencils and colors the comic while Brandt handles the layouts, inks, and letters on Raven Pirate Princess.
They are also working on »
- Logan Dalton
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