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Green Arrow

CBUB Wins: 28
CBUB Losses: 16
Win Percentage: 63.64%

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Official Site: DC Comics

Green Arrow (Oliver Jonas "Ollie" Queen) is a fictional character that appears in comic book published by DC Comics. Created by Mort Weisinger and George Papp, he first appeared in More Fun Comics #73 in November 1941. His secret identity is Oliver "Ollie" Queen, billionaire and former mayor of fictional Star City. Dressed like Robin Hood, Green Arrow is an archer who invents trick arrows with various special functions, such as glue arrows, net arrows, explosive arrows, time bomb arrows, grappling arrows, fire extinguishing arrows, flash arrows, tear gas arrows, cryonic arrows, boxing-glove arrows, and even a kryptonite arrow. Originally developed as an archery-themed analogue of the very popular Batman character, writers at DC have developed Green Arrow into a voice of left-wing and progressive politics very much distinct in character from Batman, with his own supporting cast.

Throughout his first twenty-five years, Green Arrow was not a significant hero. In the late 1960s, however, writer Denny O'Neil chose to have him lose his fortune, giving him the then-unique role of streetwise crusader for the working class and the disadvantaged. In 1970, he was paired with the more law-and-order-oriented hero Green Lantern in a groundbreaking, socially conscious comic book series. Since then, he has been popular among comic book fans and most writers have taken an urban, gritty approach to the character. The character was killed off in the 1990s and replaced by a new character, Queen's son Connor Hawke, the second Green Arrow; however, Hawke proved a less popular character, and the original Oliver Queen character was resurrected in the 2001 "Quiver" storyline. In the 2000s, the character has been featured in bigger storylines focusing on Green Arrow and the character Black Canary, such as the DC event The Green Arrow/Black Canary Wedding and the high-profile Justice League: Cry for Justice storyline, the climax of which sees Green Arrow becoming a morally-ambiguous anti-hero.

The character was not initially a well-known character outside of comic book fandom; he had appeared in a single episode of the animated series Super Friends in 1973. The character, however, became a prominent feature in the DCAU animated series Justice League Unlimited in the 2000s, reflective of his status in Justice League comic books, as well as the animated series The Batman and several DC Universe Animated Original Movies. From season six of popular live-action series Smallville, in 2006, Green Arrow has been played by actor Justin Hartley, who later becomes a core cast member; he was originally introduced in a guest run as a substitute for the restricted-rights character Batman. As a main character, Smallville prominently features Green Arrow supporting characters and mythos. David S. Goyer has also attempted to get Green Arrow: Escape from Super Max into production as a film in the late 2000s.

Green Arrow and Speedy first appeared in More Fun Comics #73 (cover-dated November 1941), which was illustrated by artist George Papp. Aside from the obvious allusions to Robin Hood, Mort Weisinger, when developing the character, was also inspired by a movie serial, The Green Archer, based on the novel by Edgar Wallace. He retooled the concept into a superhero archer with obvious Batman influences. These include Green Arrow's sidekick Speedy, his use of an Arrowcar and Arrowplane, his use of an Arrowcave as headquarters, his alter ego as a billionaire playboy, the use of an Arrow-signal to summon him, and a clown-like arch foe named Bull's Eye, similar to Batman's arch-foe, the Joker.

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Fantasy Teams Season 1 Record:

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Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Win Elizabeth (BioShock) 16 to 5

Fantasy Teams Season 3 Record:

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Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Win Usopp 8 to 6
Loss Master Chief 2 to 7

Fantasy Teams Season 10 Record:

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Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Win Jennika 7 to 5
Loss Aloy (Horizon Zero Dawn) 3 to 4
Win Hawkeye 6 to 3

Regular play Record:

Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Loss Daredevil 34 to 71
Win Kingpin 68 to 55
Win Prowler 70 to 29
Win Road Runner 65 to 56
Win Legolas Greenleaf 62 to 37
Win T-virus 58 to 41
Win Bullseye 68 to 63
Win Robin Hood 51 to 32
Win Nick Fury 71 to 65
Win The Scorpion (Mac Gargan) 67 to 32
Win Grendel (Hunter Rose) 67 to 45
Win Shang-Chi 77 to 47
Win Human Torch 65 to 58
Win Blade 48 to 42
Loss The Punisher 65 to 78
Loss Wolverine 61 to 93
Win Jungle Hunter (Predator) 55 to 34
Loss Black Canary 38 to 52
Loss Gambit 37 to 69
Win Hawkeye 65 to 35
Win Zorro 290 to 133
Loss Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner) 26 to 82
Loss Nightwing 45 to 65
Loss Blade 35 to 37
Win The City of Rapture 42 to 12
Win Batman (Jason Todd) 20 to 7
Win Robin Hood 24 to 10
Loss Legolas Greenleaf 14 to 16
Loss Hawkeye 15 to 16
Win Nite Owl (Dan Dreiberg) 15 to 8
Loss Batman 3 to 28
Loss Hawkeye 10 to 14
Win Spider-Man Unlimited 15 to 14
Loss Nightwing 12 to 17
Win Han Solo 14 to 9
Win The Foot Clan 21 to 5
Win Storm Shadow 11 to 8
Loss Hawkeye 19 to 20