Green Lanterns


Green Lanterns #43 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes

Green Lanterns #43 Review: A Shaky Ending to an Underwhelming Arc

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]The Green Lanterns are locked in battle with the Order of the Steed in the Horsehead Nebula Jessica is trying to free Earth’s heroes from the control of the Order, Simon Baz is fending off their Durlan enforcers, and Scrapps is fighting their leader, currently in the body of Night Pilot.[caption id="attachment_817131" align="aligncenter" width="600"][...]

Justice League #41 cover by David Yardin

Justice League #41 Review: Much More Than Just the Issue with Black Panther in it

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Justice League Watchtower has landed in an African nation in the middle of a civil war. The League has established a ceasefire around the wreckage until they can have it extracted, and refugees have taken shelter in and around the Watchtower. However, a rebel faction wants the refugees, and, worse yet, the […]

Green Lanterns #42 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes

Green Lanterns #42 Review: A Balance of Religious Dissection and Sci-Fi Action

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Green Lanterns Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz have learned that the missing superheroes from the Caper app have been taken to the religious region that is the Horsehead Nebula As such, only converts and pilgrims may enter the area, and Simon and Jessica must pretend to be such if they hope to find the[...]

Batman #42 cover by Mikel Janin and June Chung

Batman #42 Review: Invasion of the Body Snatchers – but with Poison Ivy

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Poison Ivy has taken over the world. Batman and Catwoman are apparently trying to test the limits of her hold over them, and Ivy responds with the Justice League in kind. With Batman #42, the plot kicks into gear, and we see what this arc is going to be like. While the premise […]

Justice League #40 cover by David Yardin

Justice League #40 Review: Not the JL vs. JLA Fight That We Expected

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Tension mounts in Estes Park West, as the residents feel that the Justice League teams have overlooked the impoverished neighborhoods with predominately POC inhabitants. The riot police have come out to quash the protestors, and the Justice League teams do their best to calm the situation but are extracted by another Fan. Back […]

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Comic Book Wins and Losses for the Week of February 21st 2018: Infinite Damnation

Plus, Russel Dauterman and Matthew Wilson make it such a gorgeous book to boot.[caption id="attachment_801584" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Lanterns #41 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes[/caption]Loss: The Weakest Issue of Green Lanterns Yet with #41While Green Lanterns #41 wasn't an outright bad comic book, it is by far the weakest chapter of Green Lanterns yet, and this is my personal favorite DC[...]

Green Lanterns #41 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes

Green Lanterns #41 Review: Noticeably Padded, with Underwhelming Art

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Green Lanterns Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz have a lead on the disappearing superheroes and the off-world origins of the technology behind Caper That lead is Scrapps, the mercenary hired to protect the Earth HQ of Caper.This leads them to a crime-ridden world with no resident Green Lantern That planet is Garnet, but it’s[...]

Justice League #39 cover by Paul Pelletier, Cam Smith, and Adriano Lucas

Justice League #39 Review: Slow, but Gets Back to the Intrigue

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Aquaman barely survives being stranded in the desert of Oman, and he encounters the fan. Green Lantern Simon Baz arrives shortly after and brings him back to the Watchtower. Cyborg, as the new chairman of the Justice League, is brought to testify before Congress. Batman's Justice League of America answers a crisis in […]

DC Comics Wants to Hook You Up with Caper, the Super Hero Dating App

They use Caper, a dating app for superheroes, which is currently at the center of the Inhuman Trafficking storyline in Green Lanterns No spoilers here, but spoilers here and here.For Valentine's Day, DC has released a faux advertisement for the fictional app, which shows a user swiping right or left on DC heroes.. well, they use[...]

Justice League #38 cover by Liam Sharp and Adriano Lucas

Justice League #38 Review: The Flash Lives Out the Plot of 'Gravity'

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Justice League regroups after the Fan separated them with the Watchtower transporter. Meanwhile, the Flash is still on board and discovers a Lexcorp employee has been disconnected from their harness after attempting to dock with the Watchtower and is floating freely in space. The Flash goes out to save the worker, but […]

Green Lanterns #40 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes

Green Lanterns #40 Review: An Interesting New Arc About Online Dating and Human Trafficking

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Green Lanterns Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz, among heroes like Blue Beetle, Firestorm, Power Girl, Supergirl, and the Bulletteer, are helping a city weather and recover from a hurricane.In the aftermath, the Bulletteer tells Simon that the Night Pilot, another hero whom Simon recently dated, has gone missing Simon and Jessica investigate and, with[...]

Green Lanterns #39 cover by Shane Davis, Michelle Delecki, and Jason Wright

Green Lanterns #39 Review: Investigating the Nature of Nationalism

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Liseth Vok has bonded her anatomy with the DNA of a number of powerful alien species, and it’s up to Green Lanterns Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz to bring the pop star-turned-Ungaran Nationalist down.This will not be an easy fight, and Liseth quickly begins to try to spread her message of hate to the[...]

Justice League #37 cover by Pete Woods

Justice League #37 Review: What Does it Mean to be the Fan?

J’onn J’onnzz needs to make a DC comeback soon.Another notable moment is the Fan complaining about all the Green Lanterns He refers to Simon as “Lawrence of Arabia” and John Stewart as “Soulman Stewart.” In that moment, this character strongly resembled a certain type of comic book fan that has been quite vocal recently and[...]

Justice League #36 cover by Pete Woods

Justice League #36 Review: Priest is Flipping the Justice League Script

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Justice League is being put under a magnifying glass by both the public and the government in light of the recent viral video of Batman and Wonder Woman failing to save the life of the nun taken hostage by terrorists. This has been exacerbated by the man masquerading as Batman who has […]

Green Lanterns #38 Review: Better Art and Heavy Narrative

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Chaos reigns on Ungara, as Regent Anthene Vok and Green Lantern Jessica Cruz work to uproot the Red Tide, an Ungaran supremacist group, from the planet.Meanwhile, Green Lantern Simon Baz seeks to discover why the Molite leader, Podfather Vob, admitted to the assassination that kicked off this mayhem.The Green Lanterns meet up later, and[...]


Green Lanterns #37 cover by Mike McKone and Dinei Ribeiro

Green Lanterns #37 Review: Great Story with Mismatched Art

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Green Lanterns Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz are called to Ungara to answer the growing riots on the planet With the death of Commodore Psyt, The Ungarans are calling for Molite blood The situation has worsened with the apparent kidnapping of a number of young Ungarans by the Molites Simon and Jessica hope to[...]

Justice League #35 cover by Pete Woods

Justice League #35 Review: Cockroaches Really Are the Worst

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Wonder Woman is dealing with the fallout of the nun's death from the last issue of Justice League. On the Watchtower, a mysterious alien arrives and walks in on Green Lantern Jessica Cruz… on the toilet. Naturally, she reacts with hostility, but he is actually on a mission to help the Justice League. […]

Justice League #34 cover by Pete Woods

Justice League #34 Review: Testing the Limits of Batman

The green on the Green Lanterns especially looks a bit different, and I like it It gives the comic a unique visual identity.Priest and Woods’s first excursion into the Justice League title is compelling and exciting It shows an interest in looking into how the League functions on a day-to-day basis and how each member[...]

Green Lanterns #36 cover by Mike McKone and Dinei Ribeiro

Green Lanterns #36 Review: Odd Finish to the Arc but with a Great New Villain

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Green Lanterns Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz are before a Corps Honor Guard inquiry Someone has died on their recent encounter, and the Honor Guard want to know if the Green Lanterns were ethical in their dealing with the situation.This framing brings us back to the arrival of Singularity Jain and her attempts to[...]