Connor Hawke and the Green Arrow Legacy

Green Arrow has always been a hero inspired by the ideals of Robin Hood. The elements of bowmanship and swashbuckling adventure have been inherent to Green Arrow’s character since the 1940s, but it was Denny O’Neil and Neal Adams who brought Robin Hood’s social awareness to Oliver Queen in the 1970s. In Green Lantern/Green Arrow, … Read more

Sack, MacKinnon, S.Adams, Whiting, Green The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Alternative comics Update: Sack, MacKinnon, S.Adams, Whiting, Green A Sack Full of Wit © Journal Gazette/Steve Sack When Steve Sack, the editorial cartoonist for The Minneapolis Star Tribune, announced his retirement last week, his fans in the Twin Cities thanked him for four decades of great work. But readers of … Read more

Justin Green, Gentleman Cartoonist The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: Alternative comics Justin Green, Gentleman Cartoonist Green became known for a personal warmth that seemed at odds with the angst he would spill across a page. “I think he helped people so much partly because it helped him to forget his own anxiety,” said daughter Julia Green. A trio of Justin Green … Read more

Alcaraz, Green, Knight, Sack The Daily Cartoonist

Home / Section: AAEC-feed Updates: Alcaraz, Green, Knight, Sack Lalo Alcaraz – First Latino to Win Editorial Cartooning Herblock Prize Los Angeles-based political cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz is the first Latino to be awarded the prestigious Herblock Prize, a $15,000 award named after the late Washington Post syndicated editorial cartoonist Herb Block.   ©Lalo Alcaraz One … Read more

Green Arrow: Stranded Highlights Different Kinds of Courage

Thanks for the smash hit Arrow, Oliver Queen’s origin story is almost as well-known as Bruce Wayne’s at this point. Green Arrow: Stranded, a new graphic novel by Brendan Deneen and Bell Hosalla, is an all-ages retelling of Oliver’s time on the island in his formative years. It’s a story of survival and hope that … Read more