We had the opportunity to take a look at Sequart‘s Green Arrow biography, Moving Target, and if you are a Green Arrow fan this is one book you shouldn’t miss. The hardcovers are headed to shops but make sure to put an order in if you want to guarantee that you’ll get your collective hands on it. Check out the official release below!
If you like to make your hard-copy purchases through your Local Comics Shop, and you want Moving Target: The History and Evolution of Green Arrow by Richard Gray, we are pleased to announce that the book is listed in the current issue of the Previews catalog. (Please don’t assume that your comics retailer will order any copies; you should make it a point to tell him / her that you want one, using order code NOV172163.)
This collection is the definitive analysis of the Emerald Archer, from his Golden Age origins to his small screen adventures and beyond. Exploring overlooked chapters of Green Arrow’s life, and those of alter ego Oliver Queen, this book shows that Green Arrow has never been just one thing, but rather a perpetually moving target. Includes new interviews with Green Arrow creators from across the decades, including Neal Adams, Mike Grell, Chuck Dixon, Phil Hester, Brad Meltzer, and Jeff Lemire.
The book runs 338 pages and features a foreword by Phil Hester, in addition to the high-profile interviews mentioned above.
Once again, please don’t assume that your comics retailer will order any copies; you should make it a point to tell him / her that you want one, using code NOV172163.