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GREEN ARROW #1 (Sep 2011) DC Comics

cover:  Dave Wilkins III
GREEN ARROW #1
Date: Sep 2011
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Publisher: dccomics.com

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Originally not advertised that George Perez to be involved in the new Green Arrow book - Perez confirmed that he will be inking the new series.

GREEN ARROW #1
Written by J.T. KRUL
Art by DAN JURGENS and NORM RAPMUND
Cover by BRETT BOOTH and ROB HUNTER

On sale SEPTEMBER 7 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
Green Arrow is on the hunt. Driven by inner demons, Ollie Queen travels the world and brings outlaws to justice…by breaking every law.
Now, armed with cutting-edge weaponry and illegally gained intel (courtesy of his team at QCore), Green Arrow is shooting first and asking questions later.


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    Superman #1 and Green Arrow #1 top charts for September comics

    posted Oct 11, 2011 6:51 PM by Vu Sleeper

    From icv2.com


    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)

    GREEN ARROW #1 (Sep 2011)
    Top 300 Comics Actual--September 2011
    Sales Estimates for September Based on Diamond Indexes and Publisher Title Data
    Published: 10/10/2011, Last Updated: 10/11/2011 04:06am


    #1 in SeptemberThese are estimates of the sales on comic books by Diamond U.S. to comic specialty stores during September 2011.

     

     

     

    TOP 300 COMICS -- September 2011

     

     

     

    Rank

    Index

    Title

    Price

    Pub

    Est.Qty

    1

    100.00

    BATMAN #1

    $2.99

    DC

      188,420

    2

    96.99

    ACTION COMICS #1

    $3.99

    DC

      182,748

    3

    75.19

    GREEN LANTERN #1

    $2.99

    DC

      141,682

    4

    68.60

    FLASH #1

    $2.99

    DC

      129,260

    5

    62.83

    SUPERMAN #1 [*]

    $2.99

    DC

      118,376

    28

    29.46

    GREEN ARROW #1 [*]

    $2.99

    DC

        55,512





    Time Out Chicago: Green Arrow #1 Review

    posted Sep 15, 2011 12:25 AM by vu sleeper

    From timeoutchicago.com


    GREEN ARROW #1 (Sep 2011)
    Review | Green Arrow #1
    Posted in Out & About blog by By Web Behrens on Sep 14, 2011 at 9:07am

    The best thing to be said about Green Arrow is that it provides conclusive proof that Dan Jurgens is a better artist than writer. His pencils won’t ever set the art world abuzz, but there’s a yeoman’s quality to his staid, solid panels. When inked by George Perez, as Jurgens is here, his art even hits a few graceful notes.

    Still, the new Green Arrow is an aggressively mediocre superhero tale. It lends the best proof I’ve seen to my colleague Brent’s assertion that the New 52 are, at least partly, trying to mimic the characters’ more famous film and TV versions. I didn’t get that vibe as much as Brent did from Justice League, but this Oliver Queen—a younger, hipper hero and millionaire mogul—looks and feels a lot like the goatee-free Justin Hartley iteration from Smallville. He even has a support team, headed by a computer whiz/hacker extraordinaire named Naomi, who fills the Chloe role.

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    Question about George Perez's inks on Green Arrow #1

    posted Sep 13, 2011 3:12 PM by vu sleeper

    From Contact


    GREEN ARROW #1 (Sep 2011)
    9/13/2011 16:11:40   
    Rick asks:

    Hi, I was just curious if George pencilled the final two pages of Green Arrow #1. It looks a lot more like his work than Dan's to me, especially the villains' faces. Regardless, the detail ink work on the iris and stonework is out of this world. 

    George Perez writes:
    All the pages were pencilled by Dan and inked by me, although I did add quite a bit of texture and detail to the art, including the stuff Rick cited.

     
    Green Arrow #1 features cover solicited for #2
    posted Sep 8, 2011 3:21 AM by vu sleeper [ updated Sep 8, 2011 3:35 AM ]

    From Vu


    GREEN ARROW #1 (Sep 2011)
    Note that GREEN ARROW #1 (Sep 2011) came out yesterday - but the cover artwork is by Dave Wilkins III, not Brett Booth/Rob Hunter as originally listed.

    JUL110197

    GREEN ARROW #1

    $2.99





    JT Krul interview at Newsarama

    posted Aug 24, 2011 1:29 PM by vu sleeper

    From newsarama.com


    GREEN ARROW #1 (Sep 2011)
    DCnU Take 2: J.T. Krul On GREEN ARROW's New Locale, Dinah
    By Vaneta Rogers, posted: 24 August 2011 03:07 pm ET

    The writer may be staying the same. But the superhero? That's something readers haven't been too sure about.

    But J.T. Krul, who's writing the DCnU relaunch of Green Arrow, reassured Newsarama readers back in June that this younger, richer Oliver Queen was still the same Green Arrow at heart.

    (excerpt)

    Nrama: Then to finish up, J.T., what's the most important thing you want readers to remember about your comic?

    Krul: Issue #1 is in stores on September 7th! I'm blessed with legends like Dan Jurgens and George Pérez.

    And more than anything, it's a fun book. Green Arrow is something of a smart-ass, who manages to piss everyone off from time to time, but his heart's in the right place. He sees the world in all it's dysfunctional glory and cannot sit by and do nothing. He's compelled to help. It's who he is.




    The Source: Dan Jurgens on George Perez inking Green Arrow

    posted Jul 28, 2011 4:38 PM by vu sleeper

    From dcu.blog.dccomics.com


    GREEN ARROW #1 (Sep 2011)
    Dan Jurgens on George Perez inking GREEN ARROW
    Thursday, July 28th, 2011 By Alex Nagorski

    This fall, a new era begins for Oliver Queen. We caught up with GREEN ARROW penciller Dan Jurgens about working on the series’ art with industry legend George Perez.

    “Once upon a time, I was asked to draw an issue of Teen Titans because the book’s usual artist, George Perez, needed a break,” Dan told us. “Marv Wolfman was the writer, and one of the things his script asked for was a double page spread with so much detail that it would ‘make George Perez jealous’.

    Ri-i-i-ght. As if I, or anyone else, could have done so. When it comes to detail, or, more importantly, attention to detail, George is unequaled. Some people view that as an element of his personal style, which is true. But, more importantly, that stylistic detail exemplifies the fact that he cares tremendously about the quality of his work. George’s commitment to the page, be it as writer, penciller or inker, is second to none.

    That’s why J.T. Krul and I are so thrilled to have George inking GREEN ARROW. In the first issue, I drew a spread with a cobblestone street, simply because I knew George could make it sing. Now, that might not sound like much in and of itself, but in terms of making a page work with a sense of something extra, that’s a fastball down the middle of the plate for George. He’ll put it in the seats every time.

    George’s legendary status in this business is well earned. It’s a pleasure to work with him again and a total and complete thrill to watch him elevate the art on GREEN ARROW into something special.”

    GREEN ARROW #1, written by J.T. Krul and featuring art by Dan Jurgens and George Perez, goes on sale September 7th.






    Two page preview from Green Arrow #1

    posted Jul 22, 2011 10:48 AM by vu sleeper

    From www.newsarama.com, thanks to Ilke


    GREEN ARROW #1 (Sep 2011)
    SDCC 2011: DC Comics' NEW 52 Preview Art from Day 1




    George Perez to ink Dan Jurgens on Green Arrow new series

    posted Jul 2, 2011 12:37 AM by vu sleeper

    From Vu


    GREEN ARROW #1 (Sep 2011)
    Although originally not solicited that George Perez as inker on GREEN ARROW in September 2011, George confirmed that he will be inking Dan Jurgens' new book:

    George Pérez: I realize that with all the publicity regarding my writing and doing thumbnail layouts for SUPERMAN, most of you may not know that I am also inking Dan Jurgens on the new GREEN ARROW book. I am having fun working with Dan again since our first collaboration on his TEEN TITANS book about a decade or so again. Just figured you'd all like to know.