|Real name:||Oliver Queen|
|First Appearance:|| More Fun Comics #73|
|Created by:|| Mort Weisinger|
|Affiliations:|| Justice League|
Green Arrows of the World
Black Lantern Corps
White Lantern Corps
|Portrayed by:|| Voice:|
James Arnold Taylor
- Main article: Green Arrow on the Green Arrow Wiki
Oliver Queen was a billionare just like Bruce Wayne. He would lose his wealth and become Green Arrow. He teamed up with several superheroes like Green Lantern. He even had a Robin-like partner called Speedy. He is also partners and is married to Black Canary.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
- Superlative Archer: Oliver Queens archery skills are top tier, he is considered to be one of the World's greatest archers in the DC Universe.
- Trick Arrows: Uses a variety of trick arrows like explosive arrows, net arrows, tear gas arrows, flash bang arrows, cryonic arrows, grappling hook arrows & even a Kryptonite arrow etc. Oliver's arsenal is very extensive.
- Superior Athleticism: Oliver's athletic skills are at peak human conditioning levels matching or even surpassing some of the best Olympic athletes.
- Highly Skilled Martial Artist: Oliver's knowledge of Martial Arts ranges from Boxing & Kick Boxing to a mastery of Judo, for a time he was under the training of Natas, whom is one of the greatest fighters in all of the DC Universe.
- Exceptional Swordsman: His skills the art of swordsmanship are top notch, he started out by mastering fencing.
In other mediaEdit
Green Arrow appears in Justice League and Justice League Unlimited voiced by Kin Shrinner. Here, he is a member of the Justice League who works with Batman. In The Batman, he is portrayed again as one of his partners he teams up with in Season 5. He was voiced by Chris Hardwick. He later appears as a recurring character in Batman: The Brave and the Bold voiced by James Arnold Taylor. He also appears in Young Justice, voiced by Alan Tudyk, with a new partner named Artemis who works with Batman's sidekick Robin. Due to the embargo that prevented Batman appearing on the Smallville TV series, Green Arrow was used in a way that resembled the classic Superman and Batman relationship.
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