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"Ultimate Speedy": Mia is asleep and fantasizing that she is the new Speedy. Furthermore, she is fantasizing of making out with Ollie. Ollie wakes her up and tells her that she is late for school. As Mia jumps into the shower, Ollie finds a crossbow hidden behind



Appearing in "Ultimate Speedy"

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  • None

Other Characters:

  • Frankie (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Ultimate Speedy"

Mia is asleep and fantasizing that she is the new Speedy. Furthermore, she is fantasizing of making out with Ollie. Ollie wakes her up and tells her that she is late for school. As Mia jumps into the shower, Ollie finds a crossbow hidden behind her bed. Mia confesses that she wants to become Ollie's new sidekick.

After work at the Star City Youth Center, Ollie and Connor hit the streets stopping criminals. The evening reminds Ollie of Mia's desire to be a hero and just how dangerous this lifestyle truly is. He later convinces her to abandon the notion of ever becoming his sidekick. Mia pledges to continue working out regularly however, and training with a crossbow. Even Connor admits that she is becoming quite skillful at it.



Notes

  • This book was first published on January 23, 2002.
  • This issue is reprinted in the Green Arrow: The Sounds of Violence trade paperback.
  • This issue features a miniaturized non-stylized Green Arrow logo cover design.

Trivia

  • Mia's fantasies of serving as Ollie's sidekick will come to fruition when she takes up the mantle of Speedy in Green Arrow (Volume 3) #45.
  • The title to this issue is a wink to Marvel Comics' "Ultimate" line of titles which re-imagines classic comic book heroes with modern story-telling conventions.



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