The Daily Comic Book Coffee, number 90: Green Arrow #55, penciled by Rick Hoberg, inked by John Nyberg, written by Mike Grell, lettered by Steve Haynie and colored by Julia Lacquement, published by DC Comics in December 1991.

Lieutenant Cameron stops by late one night to ask for Oliver Queen’s help. Over coffee, Cameron confesses that he now believes one of the victims of a serial killer he sent to death row was actually murdered by someone else, someone who has recently struck again, claiming another victim.

Rick Hoberg is a good, solid artist. I liked his work on Green Arrow, where he effectively illustrated Mike Grell’s stories. Hoberg did solid work at rendering both the action sequences and the quieter, contemplative, character-driven moments, such as this scene.

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The Daily Comic Book Coffee, number 90: Green Arrow #55, penciled by Rick Hoberg, inked by John Nyberg, written by Mike Grell, lettered by Steve Haynie and colored by Julia Lacquement, published by DC Comics in December 1991. Lieutenant Cameron stops by late one night to ask for Oliver Queen’s...