Covering a Collectible: Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters

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Green Lantern and Green Arrow Face Their Pasts

Green Lantern and Green Arrow have faced many unexpected challenges before, but nothing compares to what they face in DC RETROACTIVE: GREEN LANTERN – THE '70s. Hal Jordan seems to be reliving his past as a strange purple alien crash-lands on Earth with a special message. Meanwhile, Oliver Queen’s past returns to haunt him as those around him are shot by arrows sent by a mysterious archer.

Mike Grell to contribute guest art on T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents starting with #7

Comic legend Mike Grell has covered a wide range of the DC Universe during his remarkable career, from his early run on Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes to his long tenure as the ongoing writer of Green Arrow, and most famously as the creator of The Warlord. What’s next up on his plate for DC? Drawing a sequence telling Iron Maiden’s backstory starting in issue 7 of T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents! T.H.U.N.D.E.R. editor Wil Moss explains Mike Grell’s contribution to the series:

Mike Grell hits the drawing board for The Warlord

Mike Grell picks up the pencil again for the dazzling 2-part "The Forgotten!" All in Skartaris know Travis Morgan, the Warlord – all except for Morgan himself! Lost in the ruins of a savage city and protecting a girl he doesn't know, the Warlord can't even remember his own name! Good thing he remembers how to fight – or the ape-men of this forgotten world will leave him in an unmarked grave! This issue is drawn and written completely by Mike Grell - look for it in comic shops this week. [gallery]

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