Overall- I have liked this comic from issue #1 and although I will admit the last issue really, really came out of left field(Dr. Sivana???Wha-huh???), I've enjoyed the series as a whole.
This issue was really no different. I liked it. I wasn't in love with it, but I liked it. The date with Speedy and Dodger was OK, even though I don't know how realistic Dodger's reaction was when Mia told him she was HIV positive. His first reaction is to make out with her? That was a wee bit odd...
Speaking of odd, Conner finally seems to be up and about, but remembers very little about his past. Not only that, but when a butcher knife accidentally stabs him through the foot(don't you just hate when that happens?), he pulls the knife out, experiencing no pain. On top of that, the wound closed up immediately after the removal of the knife. Needless to say, Ollie and Dinah figured that he should probably get checked out by some professionals. Yeah, I'd have to agree with them on that one!
I like Conner, I always did. In his own way, he's like the anti-comic book archer. By that, I mean if you look at the characters of Roy Harper, Oliver Queen and Clint Barton, the big three in comic book archery, they all are representative of the same personality type. Brash, attention seeking, womanizing, loud-mouths. Conner is like the polar opposite of the conventional archer prototype. He's more low key, thoughtful and not anything like the other three when it comes to the opposite sex(except for that weird thing with Shado...).
Anyway, I'd like to see Conner return to his former regular self. I don't think we need "Super-Conner" running around with a healing factor and other powers. That is if this is the real Conner and not a clone... I HATE clones... Anyway, on that note, I'd give this issue a 6 1/2 out of 10.