"Quiver (Part VIII of X) - When Ollie Met Ollie": Batman, Black Canary and Arsenal attack the Demon en masse for they believe he is responsible for the death of [[Oliver Queen (New E

Green Arrow (Volume 3) #8 is an issue of the series Green Arrow (Volume 3) with a cover date of November, 2001.

Synopsis for "Quiver (Part VIII of X) - When Ollie Met Ollie"

Batman, Black Canary and Arsenal attack the Demon en masse for they believe he is responsible for the death of Green Arrow. But Deadman arrives and takes possession of Etrigan's body, forcing him to change back into Jason Blood. He informs the group that Ollie is alive and well and taking a tour of Heaven.

In Heaven, Ollie is speaking to his older spirit self. The older Ollie explains that he had Hal recreate him with memories leading up to the best years of his life – the time that Ollie and Hal spent on the road. He goes on to say how his life for the past few years had been a shambles and he didn't want that aspect of his personality back on Earth – hence the ten year gap in Ollie's memory.

Before soulless Ollie can get anymore answers, he finds himself booted out of Heaven and sent back to Stanley Dover's house. He tells Stanley that he is a hollow and that he has no soul. Stanley Dover then clubs him over the back of the head and brings him down into the basement. It is now revealed that Stanley Dover is the Star City Slayer! He gestures towards a glass enclosed pit containing a young blond-haired boy dressed up in a mock costume of a hairy purple monster.

Meanwhile, back at the Ashram, Connor Hawke, Oliver Queen's, son has a vision in which he knows his father is alive and in danger.

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  • The identity of the boy in the glass cage is revealed in this issue. His name is Stanley Dover, a character created as a 1960s humor strip known as Stanley and his Monster.


  • The title to this issue is a reference to the 1989 romantic comedy, When Harry Met Sally.
  • This is the first issue where Connor Hawke demonstrates the ability to have visions.

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