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"The Archer's Quest, Part I: Photograph": Green Arrow and Superman are visiting GA's gravestone. Ollie asks Clark who had attended his funeral. Clark shows him a series of photographs detailing people in attendance, but there is one face that he doesn't recognize.


Quote1 Now, did you bring the lockpick arrow? Quote2
-- Green Arrow



Appearing in "The Archer's Quest, Part I: Photograph"

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Synopsis for "The Archer's Quest, Part I: Photograph"

Green Arrow and Superman are visiting GA's gravestone. Ollie asks Clark who had attended his funeral. Clark shows him a series of photographs detailing people in attendance, but there is one face that he doesn't recognize.

Later, he uses one of Dinah's communicator earrings to contact Oracle. He sends her a scan of the photograph and asks her to ID the mysterious figure. Oracle comes back and tells him that man in the photo is Thomas Blake, the Catman. Now Ollie wants to know why a third-rate Batman villain was seen attending his funeral.

He calls up his old sidekick Arsenal and the two track Catman down. They find that he is now in the witness relocation program for turning evidence against the villain Monsieur Mallah. Ollie and Roy sink two arrows through Catman's bathrobe and interrogate him as to why he was seen at Ollie's funeral. Just then, the villain known as the Shade arrives.



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  • It is established that Batman was at Oliver Queen's funeral in disguise. Would he have not recognized Thomas Blake and interrogated him? Further, why didn't Ollie go directly to Batman after learning that the man in the photo was one of his foes?
  • The Shade is a Golden Age foe of the original Flash and has been established as a major supporting character in Starman (Volume 2).

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