"Feast and Fowl": At JSA headquarters in Manhattan, the Star-Spangled Kid tells Black Canary that Green Arrow has shown up to take her out to dinner. Upon hearing that Courtney left him alone downstairs with Hawkman, Dinah races downstairs before the two political rivals
- You know Oliver -- the ancient Egyptians had a word for people like you. 'Schmuck'.
- -- Hawkman
Appearing in "Feast and Fowl"
- Virago (Only appearance; dies)
Synopsis for "Feast and Fowl"
At JSA headquarters in Manhattan, the Star-Spangled Kid tells Black Canary that Green Arrow has shown up to take her out to dinner. Upon hearing that Courtney left him alone downstairs with Hawkman, Dinah races downstairs before the two political rivals kill each other. But rather than a fight, she finds that they are laughing and carrying on as if they were best friends.
Later, Ollie admits that he is terrified of going on a date with Dinah. Carter warns him to take things slowly with her, as she is still adjusting to Ollie being back from the dead. Ollie and Dinah go out to dinner only to find their meal interrupted by the Riddler. Ollie and Dinah snap into action and easily trash the Riddler and his goons. They then return to Dinah's room at JSA headquarters for a night of love-making. The next morning, Ollie awakens and prepares to leave only to find Hawkman blocking his path.
- This book was first published on February 27, 2002.
- Carter Hall makes reference to his recent resurrection. This took place in the "Return of Hawkman" storyline in JSA #25, JSA #26 and JSA #27.
- Dinah tells Ollie that she had once dated Ra's al Ghul. This affair took place in the Birds of Prey ongoing series.
- The name of the restaurant that Ollie and Dinah eat at is not referenced as the Cheese Haus until next issue.
- In the post-Hawkworld continuity, Carter Hall was a member of the Justice League of America along with Green Arrow. The two were constantly arguing over their political affiliations. Carter was a conservative and Ollie was a liberal. In the pre-Hawkworld continuity, this rivalry existed between Ollie and the Thanagarian Hawkman, Katar Hol. A more comprehensive detailing of their rivalry is revealed in the Identity Crisis mini-series.
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