Green Arrow (2001) - #9
"Quiver, Chapter 9: Stanley and his Monster"
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Kevin Patrick Smith
Phillip 'Phil' Hester
Ande J. Parks
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Cover Date: December 2001
Cover Price: US $ 2.50
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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue
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Letters Column: Arrow Heads
Batman, Arsenal, Black Canary and Jason Blood start their way in the opposite direction of Star City... until Jason hears that Ollie's benefactor is a man named Stanley Dover. Dover explains his origins and why he's doing such violent acts.
Stanley was a social Satanist with his wife, until she decided that she wanted to have a baby and left him once he brought up the idea of sacrificing the baby. At an occultist society meeting, Dover saw Dream (Morpheus) captured in a bubble and decided that he would like to do the same with the Beast With No Name after failing to capture Death several times. After finding that the Beast was acting as his grandson's "imaginary" friend, he attempted to lure the Beast out by humiliating his grandson, to no use. He formulated a new plan after Green Arrow returned, he plans to transfer his soul into Ollie's and find the Beast using the JLA's computers.
Outside of the Queen home, his allies attempt to break in but cannot without sharing genetics with either Ollie or Stanley. Luckilly, that's the exact moment when Connor showed up.
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