Formerly known as Speedy, the Green Arrow's sidekick, bowman Roy Harper fights a host of evils, including those that live inside him.
Adopted by a Navajo shaman named Brave Bow, orphan Roy Harper spent his early teens learning survival skills and becoming a crack archer. He learned so quickly, he eventually earned the nickname “Speedy.” Making his way to Seattle, Roy served as costumed sidekick and mechanical engineer to millionaire Oliver Queen, the Green Arrow. In addition to battling alongside the Emerald Archer, Roy was a founding member of the Teen Titans.
After a parting of ways with Green Arrow, Roy suffered from drug addiction and depression, as well as suicidal tendencies. But he entered a recovery program and eventually returned to the life of a costumed champion, calling himself Arsenal and working with the Outlaws before reuniting with the adult Titans. Whether shooting solo or on a team, Arsenal is always ready to deliver justice to the world—his arrows flying even faster than his snark.
For more on Arsenal's history, visit his page on DCUniverse.com.
WONDER WOMAN #1
One year after the execution of Maxwell Lord and the earth-shattering events of INFINITE CRISIS, the DCU is still struggling to come to terms with its most powerful heroine. Is she a martyr or a murderer? A politician or a super hero?Writer Allan Heinberg (Young Avengers, JLA, TV's The O.C. and Sex and the City) and artists Terry and Rachel Dodson (Marvel Knights: Spider-Man, Harley Quinn) provide surprising answers, giving Wonder Woman a fresh, sexy look and a bold new direction!
ACTION COMICS ANNUAL #3
As an epic space battle rages above the Earth, how will humanity and the other heroes of the DC Universe cope with this Day of Doom?
A mysterious and powerful figure seeks The Man of Steel to join her against a threat coming to Earth.
DC: THE NEW FRONTIER #6
Darwyn Cooke's epic miniseries concludes as post-war America faces a monstrous threat older than Vandal Savage! Will this challenge bring America and its heroes back together or tear them apart? Featuring Green Lantern, The Flash, Martian Manhunter, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, and more!
WONDER WOMAN #11
Written by Will Pfeifer (CATWOMAN, INFINITE CRISIS AFTERMATH: THE SPECTRE, AMAZONS ATTACK) with spectacular art by Paco Diaz (NIGHTWING, THE FLASH)! In the midst of all-out war, Sarge Steel has gone missing, and Nemesis is bound and determined to find his missing boss! But with Wonder Woman ready to take the battle to the heart of the enemy, will she have time to rescue Diana Prince's boss?
ACTION COMICS #34
And now “Last Sun”, the penultimate chapter in the “SUPERMAN: DOOMED” saga as Earth lies in ruins and everyone’s survival is in question!
Part 2 of the 5-part "Crisis of Conscience," by Geoff Johns (TEEN TITANS, JSA) & Allan Heinberg (The O.C.) with art by Chris Batista (LEGION) & Mark Farmer (JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE NAIL) and cover by Rags Morales (IDENTITY CRISIS) and Farmer! Armed with the memories of what once was, the Secret Society of Super-Villains is back and out for blood — literally — as they battle the JLA with the blackest of magic. The confrontation rocks the JLA to their very core, turning friends into foes and further splintering the once-great team!
Can Catwoman stay one step ahead of every villain in the DCU? Looks like she's managed to tick off Luthor and the Joker, and her only chance of getting back to Gotham City lies in the hands of the one being on the planet she can trust. But can he trust her?