An overview of Star City.
Star City is a city in California. It is the hometown of  Green Arrow, Black Canary, Speedy and Red Arrow.
Known locations Edit
Icicle Jr. attacked the suspension bridge, but was defeated by Green Arrow and Speedy.
Brick received a shipment into the Star City docks. His operation was disrupted by Speedy, with assistance from Robin, Aqualad and Kid Flash.
In an effort to find out what the motive behind the Independence Day attacks was,
Artemis was placed under arrest to coax Icicle Jr. into revealing information.
Star City August 27, 08:33 PDT
Artemis reported back to Green Arrow. Junior did not tell much, and Artemis made it clear she did not want any more undercover missions like this.
Green Arrow, Red Arrow,
Black Canary and Guy Gardner fought off the Injustice League's plant creature on the suspension bridge.
A group of
Kobra cultists lead by Shimmer broke into the museum to steal a cobra dagger. Green Arrow and Artemis apprehended most of them, but Shimmer got away with the dagger. Artemis planted a special tracer on her.
Green Arrow and Artemis foiled the assassination of
Bernell Jones by Black Spider. Later in the evening, Red Arrow helped his former mentor stop a robbery at the local Save-Big.
At Ollie's advice, Roy stayed with his former mentor in Star City to collect his thoughts.
After being freed from
the Light, Speedy was brought to Royal Memorial Hospital. Ollie and Roy informed him of what happened in the eight years of his absence, which led Speedy to seek revenge. He escaped the hospital, and made his way to an old weapons cache. He raided the armories, and teleported away before Green Arrow and Red Arrow could stop him; the Zeta-Tube was destroyed in the escape.
Tigress oversaw the transport of new abductees for the Reach in the Star City docks. She and her men were not aware Batgirl, Bumblebee and Robin infiltrated the prisoners, and after loading them aboard the Manta-Flyer, took off for the ocean.
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