Source: Exclusive Cover Reveal: GREEN ARROW: YEAR ONE
Here at The Outhouse, the internet’s most serious comic book website, we are often amazed at how often the marketing arms of various comic book companies get exclusive access to news and products before anyone else. Whether its @DCComics for DC, @Newsarama for Marvel, or @robertliefeld for Image United these entities always seem to get the heads up before the rest of us. It’s impressive and confounding.
But, fear not, True Believers, here at The Outhouse we can provide you with an exclusive first look at DC’s Exclusive First Look at the cover to the former/never was writer of Action Comics, Andy Diggle and Jock’s Green Arrow: Year One:
Awesome, right? Just remember, you saw it here first....after they put it up first.
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