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"The Archer's Quest (Part II of VI) - Grays of Shade": The Shade appears before Green Arrow and Arsenal in the house of Catman. It is revealed that Ollie made a deal with the Shade shortly before he died. The deal was: Should Ollie ever be killed, the Shade would take responsibil



Appearing in "The Archer's Quest (Part II of VI) - Grays of Shade"

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Synopsis for "The Archer's Quest (Part II of VI) - Grays of Shade"

The Shade appears before Green Arrow and Arsenal in the house of Catman. It is revealed that Ollie made a deal with the Shade shortly before he died. The deal was: Should Ollie ever be killed, the Shade would take responsibility for tracking down all of his personal affects and have them destroyed, that way future enemies couldn't use them against his loved ones. Roy is upset that Ollie chose someone like the Shade for such a job over him. Ollie explains that he chose the Shade because he is immortal and will live longer than anyone else. But there were a few mementos that the Shade was unable to procure, so now Ollie feels that must track the remainder of it down.

Arsenal and he make their first stop at the Arrowcave, beneath the ruins of not-quite-so-stately Queen manor. The two walk down memory lane as they survey the leftovers in the cave such as the Arrowcar. But the cave isn't totally unoccupied. They find that someone has been squatting in it for some time now – and that someone is Solomon Grundy!



Notes

  • This issue contains a flashback that took place following the events of Zero Hour #0.

Trivia

  • This issue reveals that it was Dick Grayson who first coined the term, "Arrowcave". The Arrowcave is a convenient knockoff of the more infamous Batcave.



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