- "So Clark Luthor is the mysterious Ultraman of Metropolis. That name sucks, by the way. Did it look good on paper?" - Oliver about Ultraman, Luthor
Like his counterpart, his parents are also murdered by the Lionel Luthor native to his reality. Oliver attended Excelsior Academy during his teenage years and was a classmate of Clark Luthor and Lex Luthor. He was also stranded on the island like his counterpart but for five years instead of just two.
Oliver of Earth-2 was frustrated and wanted to be a hero, but can not due to not having the power to defeat Ultraman. He still continued to be a millionaire and is engaged to Lois but his fate was constantly overshadowed by the Luthors.
Months before his death at Chloe's apartment, Oliver practices shots with a bow and arrow. Chloe drinks whiskey and they talk about their plan to take down Clark Luthor . Oliver worries he'll irk people by trying to dig up the town of Smallville in search of the meteor rock they'll need. Chloe dismisses his concern and tells him it's the only thing that will work for their cause. She then asks why he's there with her instead of with her cousin, his girlfriend. Oliver announces his going to ask Lois to marry him, to which Chloe laughs and snidely rejects the notion. Chloe corrects his shooting posture and he nails the bullseye. They both acknowledge that they've got but one shot against Luthor and it must count. They embrace and kiss, with Oliver said that can't keep doing this, implying that they had an affair for sometime.
While Clark Kent is walking outside the Luthorcorp Media, Lois Lane hits him with her car. She gets out of the car and is worried that Clark will fire her for this. Oliver steps in and Kent discovers that they are engaged, so he tells Oliver he is lucky to have her.
Later when Kent asks Lionel where he can find the mirror box he tells him that Oliver Queen has it and Clark goes after it. In order to get the box from Oliver, Kent kidnaps Lois at their engagement party and offers to trade her for the box. Kent then meets Oliver, who tells Clark that Lois is now safe, but he has no idea what box he is talking about. Oliver reveals that he is hated by many because he takes land away from farmers and searches them for meteor rock. He then exposes Kent to kryptonite and is about to kill him, when Lionel hits him over the head and reveals that he had the mirror box the entire time.
At this point, Oliver realizes that Clark is the "good one" and turns off the kryptonite. Kent tells Oliver to turn on the kryptonite again when Luthor returns and assures Oliver that in the other world, they do save the world together.
In Metropolis Oliver has called a press conference to reveal that Ultraman is really Clark Luthor and to announce that Queen Industries is going to provide every citizen of Metropolis with a personal amount of "meteor rock" with which to defend themselves from the villain. Meanwhile, Chloe is waiting with a sniper rifle and a Kryptonite bullet with which to shoot Ultraman, whose appearance on the scene is fully expected. And appear he does, fully aware that it's a trap, as well as snapping Oliver's neck when Chloe fails to shoot for apparent fear of hitting Oliver.
When Clark Kent was once again sent to Earth-2, he discovered that Clark Luthor had murdered Oliver after he revealed Luthor's identity as Ultraman and weakness to kryptonite to the entire city. Lois and many others, including a very upset Jonathan Kent, were seen at Oliver's funeral.
- The most significant difference he has with Oliver Queen of Earth-1 is that his hair is black instead of blond.
- He was born in 1980 and died in 2010 or 2011.
- Rather than being stranded on the island for two years, like his parallel counterpart, Oliver Queen of Earth-2 was stranded for five years. This change may be a nod to the hit TV show Arrow where Oliver Queen was also shipwrecked for five years on the island, Lian Yu, after a boating accident claimed the life of his father.
- In the comics, the evil alternate version of Green Arrow, member of the Crime Syndicate of Amerika (Antimatter Universe), Deadeye, appeared for the first time, in Justice League Quarterly Vol 1 #8. Another unnamed version of the character appeared briefly in the storyarc Countdown to Final Crisis, when some members of the Justice League ended up on the new Earth-3.
- In the Batman: The Brave and the Bold TV series, an evil, alternate version of Green Arrow, called Blue Bowman, appeared as a member of the Injustice Syndicate. Another version of the character, named Scarlet Archer and voiced by Jim Meskimen, also appeared in the animated movie Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, being a member of Johnny Quick (Crime Syndicate)'s team.
- Oliver has close connections to both the Sullivan and Lane families in Smallville. He marries Chloe on Earth-1 and gains Lois as a cousin-in-law (she had been his ex-girlfriend previously). On Earth-2 he marries Lois and gains Chloe as a cousin-in-law (they had been lovers at a previous point).
- Male Relationships
- Clark and Oliver: Details on their hostile rivalry.
- Female Relationships
- Lois and Oliver: Details on their tragic romance.
- Chloe and Oliver: Details on their tragic romance.
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