Artist Michael Jon Grell quickly made a name for himself in comics by tackling one of its most difficult assignments — the seemingly infinite universe of the Legion of Super-Heroes. From there, Grell joined Dennis O’Neil for a well-received Green Lantern and Green Arrow revival and might have become a regular contributor to the Batman office if his creation WARLORD had not taken off to become DC’s most successful fantasy title ever. Grell (whose other works of note include Jon Sable, Freelance, Starslayer and GREEN ARROW) still writes the occasional Batman tale.
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In these cult favorite stories from the 1980s, Green Arrow hunts down a child killer, races to find a lost biological weapon before Chinese spies can find it, and tackles a rash of violence against gays. These stories, written by Mike Grell, repositioned Green Arrow as an inner city crusader for justice who deals not only with super-villains but also with street level crime.
Collects the 1988 GREEN ARROW #1-6.