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"The Parting Shot"

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"Bag of Tricks"

"The Mantle"

"Profile Pages"




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Trivia

  • The issue includes a recipe page entitled, "Ollie's Stupendous Chili Recipe (Just Like Mom Used to Make!)" The recipe was provided by writer Scott McCullar based upon his own chili recipe.

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Links and References

  • Green Arrow article at Wikipedia
  • Green Arrow article at Don Markstein's Toonopeida
  • Green Arrow: Marvelous, Fantastic Tales in the WNU (Wold Newton Universe)
  • Green Arrow biography page at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
  • Green Arrow Unofficial Compendium
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Secret Files and Origins
This issue is a special "Secret Files and Origins" issue supplying background information to an ongoing volume, character, team or concept. These one-shots appear frequently, and often serve to more pointedly establish official canonical sources for in-universe content about characters.
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