Regular monthly series.
Starring Oliver Queen as Green Arrow and Connor Hawke as Green Arrow II and Black Canary.
Coming of the success of Mike Grell's re-tooling of Green Arrow in his Mini-Series Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters (1987), a new ongoing was launched.
Running for 11 years and 80 issues, the series continued Grell's more mature and less gimmicky take on the character. During his run he wrote several spin-off mini-series including Green Arrow: The Wonder Yearand Shado: Song of the Dragon.
Once Grell left the title with issue #80, Green Arrow was directed away from the mature readers tone and played a more significant role in the DC Universe again. Oliver Queen was killed off around issue #100, paving the way of Ollie's son Connor Hawke to take over as the new Green Arrow.
All issues are New Format, Baxter paper with a Mature Readers label.
All issues were distributed in the U.K. apart from #115-119 which were Non Distributed. Issues #2-15 had Low Distribution in the U.K.
The series is collected in a series of Trade paperback collections:
Green Arrow (1st Series) Volume 1: Hunter's Moon (#1-6)
Green Arrow (1st Series) Volume 2: Here There Be Dragons (#7-12)
Green Arrow (1st Series) Volume 3: The Trial of Oliver Queen (#13-20)
Green Arrow (1st Series) Volume 4: Blood of the Dragon (#21-28)
Green Arrow (1st Series) Volume 5: Black Arrow (#29-38)
Green Arrow (1st Series) Volume 6: Last Action Hero (#39-50)
Green Arrow (1st Series) Volume 7: Homecoming (#51-62)
Green Arrow (1st Series) Volume 8: The Hunt for the Red Dragon (#63-72)
Green Arrow (1st Series) Volume 9: Old Tricks (#73-80, Green Arrow: The Wonder Year #1-4)
|Total £||0.10||5.15||10.55||35.40||79.35||144.00||227.00||285.00||343.00||Total title value in pounds in UK markets|
|Total $||0.15||8.50||12.75||44.95||99.90||184.00||285.00||357.00||427.00||Total title value in dollars in US markets|
Note: some PR issues may have no value. Selected issues in FN, VF or VF/NM may not exist in some titles.