Our story begins as all the best Green Arrow stories do: without Green Arrow.
|And yet people are still booing.|
Actor Richard Bright thinks people don't like him any more because his looks have faded, when the more obvious conclusion is that he was always a crappy actor who used to get by on looks.
|Certainly not the kind of thing that would ever happen to Green Arrow.|
So, instead of honing his craft and developing a second-stage career as a character actor, the inappropriately named Bright decides to go with the Sensational Cure-All of 1942: plastic surgery.
|Paul Sloane would like a word with you, Richard, about keeping things in perspective.|
Fortunately for Richard, Professor Angel, director of the world-famed Angel Hospital, is eager to help.
|"Meanwhile, may I offer you some refreshments? Perhaps some Microscope Under Glass...?"|
Unfortunately for Richard, Professor Angel's services are a total scam.
|Professor Angel's chipper tsk-tsk smells like a signature saying. Do we have a recurring GA foe in the making...?!|
|"NOW I'm going to get RICH. I have a has-been pretty-boy actor at my disposal!"|
|What better help could a criminal mastermind want than three random disfigured civilians with zero experience in doing crimes? It's foolproof, I tell you!|
|It's the FRAME that really makes the mirror hilarious, like they borrowed it from Apache Chief's bathroom. How much do you think that whole set-up cost? Less than a truckload of tires...?|