Green Arrow has consistently been one of the best books to come out of Rebirth, and it continues its model of excellence with a high-speed chase and sublime Eddie Fyers douchebaggery.
If I may, I need to add that seeing Eddie
Things open with Ollie and Dinah desperately try to nab
This is a really frenetic issue, where the action keeps the story going at a breakneck pace (and props to writer Benjamin Percy for allowing that action to take the front seat here; Ollie and Dinah quip, and
In fact, it's the chase between Fyers and GA that really brings this book up to a great level, especially the fight scene oh-so-perfectly captured by do-everything artist Ferreyra: he pencils, inks, and colors his own work (as we've marveled at before). There's a fight between Ollie and Fyers, where each character comes at the other without holding back, and we get a glimpse that Fyers' tenacity may indeed give him the edge over GA. It was so well-orchestrated, and Fyers is SUCH an asshole, that it packed so much into just a two-page spread.
The climax was what you hoped for, again featuring incredible teamwork by Green Arrow, Black Canary, and Diggle, and a wonderful final moment with the two lovebirds. Although small, this arc was action-packed and tense, and reintroduced an integral character back into the Green Arrow mythos. It's a comforting feeling to know that this book will come out and consistently nail the tone that Percy & crew worked so hard on setting, and issue 11 embodies that perfectly: heavy action, sharp dialogue, breath-taking artwork, and a story you can lose yourself in.