Take a look inside the JUSTICE LEAGUE: RISE AND FALL SPECIAL

The aftershocks of Green Arrow's actions at the end of JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE are only beginning to be felt, as the heroic community that includes Ollie's teammates begin to discover just how far the Emerald Archer went. How can Green Arrow face his friends after taking justice into his own hands? Find out here, courtesy of writer J.T. Krul and an all-star art crew including Mike Mayhew, Diogenes Neves and Fabrizio Fiorentino.

JUSTICE LEAGUE: RISE AND FALL SPECIAL hits 3/10.

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GREEN ARROW EDITOR ADAM SCHLAGMAN TALKS RISE AND FALL

But before we pass the mic to Adam, let me dust off ye olde Spoiler Warning: Do not click below until you've read the final issue of JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE.

Done? What a finale, huh?

OK, take it away, Adam:

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DCU IN 2010: A look inside JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE RISE AND FALL and beyond

Well, maybe not inside. More like the cover. But we have four -- and they merge together to form a striking image. As you probably recall, the one-shot was first announced last month in this very space. This four-piece images makes up the covers to the JUSTICE LEAGUE: RISE AND FALL one-shot and its three tie-in issues: GREEN ARROW #31, JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE RISE OF ARSENAL #1 and JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #43.

DCU IN 2010: THE RISE OF ARSENAL AND THE FALL OF GREEN ARROW

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Take a minute to process that amazing piece of Mauro Cascioli art. Ok. Done? Let’s go.

If you’ve been following JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE, then you know some major events have been shaking up Green Arrow and his supporting cast’s status. Specifically, Red Arrow finding himself one arm short of a pair.

George Pérez gives himself a tip of the hat, BLACKEST NIGHT-style

If you've been reading BLACKEST NIGHT: TITANS (and there's no reason to miss it, I say), then you know the once dearly-departed Terra plays a big role. So, it makes perfect sense to bring aboard writer/artist George Pérez to put pencil to paper for the cover to the mini's final issue. Doubly cool? The artistic master plays homage to his own work, namely, the cover to NEW TEEN TITANS #30. But enough bluster. We caught up with BLACKEST NIGHT: TITANS editor Brian Cunningham to get more details on the cover, plus the cover itself (and its inspiration) below. Take it away, Brian:

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