Nice book. I feel that the "ripped from the headlines" stories work for Green Arrow. I'm kinda amazed that they did a gay-bashing story in the late 1980s. The relationship between Ollie and Dinah is very well presented, although I wish Dinah was given more to do. Grell introduces a few supporting characters that I hope he uses more of later on. While not nearly as good as Grell's art in Longbow Hunters, Hannigan is a fine artist, and he produces some particularly killer splash pages. While Julia Lacquement's colors were a highlight of Longbow Hunters, they were pretty inconsistent here. On one hand there are a couple of fight scenes presented colorlessly, which was particularly evocative and stood out really well. On the other hand, there were a few odd color choices. Sometimes blood isn't drawn into the scene, but just placed there as random bits of color. The less said about Kira's flat, almost purple skin tone, the better.
All in all, it was a fine book. The next volume has already been solicited. Hopefully we'll get many more.
Next up, the only part of the DnA Marvel Cosmic run I haven't read: