Friday, November 4, 2016

Green Arrow and Daredevil in "Horn-Head Has His Last Hurrah!"



Arrow has been fun this season so far, with the addition of Wild Dog, Artemis, Ragman, Mr. Terrific and now The Human Target to the mix.  District Attorney Adrian Chase looks to be about to make the transition into The Vigilante as well.  Finally, there have been hints that The Question may be introduced down the road.  While some of the characters are not exactly like their comic counterparts, it is still a kick to see so many of DC's supporting heroes in live action.

Green Arrow and Daredevil have had bad blood ever since they first met in STF #590...

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where have the pictures gone. I can see the titles and the post you put under the cover, but I can't see any covers!

Ross said...

Photobucket is down for maintenance right now, all the sites that use them are down until they fix whatever needs fixing.

Sydpart2 said...

Oh man, have you considered posting on Deviant Art instead? I prefer them for my own stuff tbh.

Wolfhammer said...

Another great cover of two awesome heroes. The only character I have been disappointed with on ARROW is Wildcat. He is nothing like the comic book. A real missed opportunity there.

Sonofjack Well said...

Great cover! As I recall, Daredevil and Hawkeye don't always get along either....

Ross said...

Agreed Wolfhammer, they cast Wildcat way too young. The older Ted Grant would be perfect for this season's "training the new heroes" arc.

Cary Comic said...

The only thing that might conceivably lure DD and the BW to Star City is an old foe...like the ninja cult known as the Hand. Perhaps even with Merlyn the Archer working for them!

Bob Greenwade said...

I must say, Ross, this cover is masterfully done. The art just barely misses the "unit piece" look of your best covers, the dialogue (in particular, DD's thought balloon) is dead-on, and the whole thing has a really cool early-70s look to it.

Ross said...

DD and BW have dialogue unchanged from the original cover so I can't take credit for that, Bob!

nightskyradio.com said...

Daredevil on post 1666? Cleverness or coincidence?

Either way, nice cover.

Anonymous said...

Maybe this GA is one of Mr. Kline's robot dopplegangers.

Bob Greenwade said...

Well, that would explain why the dialogue works so perfectly. It's still a masterful work.

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