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Green Lantern #12 Review: Fascinating
Credit: DC Comics John Stewart has gone through quite a lot: leading a quest to the far side of the galaxy, seeing many of the Lanterns who joined that quest die in the process, working without the power rings they'd come to rely on, then "eating the Godstorm" and becoming connected to the Source and here,[...]
Green Lantern #11 Review: Out Of Hand
Credit: DC Comics In the quaintly named Dark Sectors, John Stewart is the quest leader for a rapidly diminishing number of Green Lanterns whose rings all went dark when magical forces destroyed the central power battery on Oa There, he has tamed something called the Godstorm and absorbed its power That gives him a ridiculous new[...]
Green Lantern #10 Review: A Big Swing
With a jarring but still entertaining expansion of scope, this shows that John Stewart is leveling up into a whole new kind of character. Green Lantern #10 Cover Credit: DC Comics The story skips ahead in time to show John Stewart as the Lord Prefect of an emerald-shaded army protecting a distant area of space The tale[...]
Green Lantern John Stewart Returns for McFarlane Toys Endless Winter
John Stewart Green Lantern is easily one of the coolest moments in the DC Comics Endless Winter story arc The legendary Lantern took on the Frost King all by himself as he awaits the Justice League to arrive and give him back up McFarlane Toys has added John Stewart as their last figure for their[...]
Green Lantern #8 Review: Shines Strongly
Credit: DC Comics John Stewart has a tag-along — the New God Lonar, god of journeys, who has told the former architect and Marine that everything the Guardians did in regards to his time with the Corps was to hold back who he really was Now, if this means that he was an unnamed New Guardian[...]
Green Lantern #7 Review: Gravitas and Urgency
With star-spanning adventures and personal, emotional stakes, Green Lantern #7 does a great job tracking the fallout of the fall of Oa while introducing John Stewart to some distinctive surprises There are developments big and small here, and each one is treated with equal gravitas and urgency. Green Lantern #7 Cover Credit: DC Comics First of all,[...]
Green Lantern #6 Review: Engaging Superhero Stories
In Green Lantern #6, his means two of their numbers — fallen Earth cop Jo Muellin, now ambassador to the galaxy, and decorated Lantern leader and former Marine John Stewart, trapped in a strange part of the galaxy — need to learn new things to address the changes in front of them. Green Lantern #6 Cover[...]
Green Lantern #4 Review: Layers And Surprises
John Stewart battles alone on the edge of known space while Jo Muellin tries to take control of a situation on the Green Lantern homeward of Oa that borders on the uncontrollable. Green Lantern #4 Cover Credit: DC Comics On a frontier world that's spent most of its energy hiding from the universe at large, a party[...]
Green Lantern John Stewart Shows Cosmic Power With Tweeterhead
Tweeterhead is back with another incredible DC Comics statue as the Green Lantern's light shines with John Stewart Coming in at 20.5" tall, one of Earth's Lanterns is in the spotlight with a highly detailed sculpt as he stands on a yellow Qwardian Power Battery The statue will also include the Green Lantern powered squirrel[...]
Green Lantern #3 Review: Pretty Doggone Enjoyable
John Stewart has to learn a number of new rules if he hopes to bring a semblance of justice to what is called the "Dark Sector," behind some kind of energy barrier that wreaks havoc on GL rings while back home things aren't much better. Green Lantern #3 Cover Credit: DC Comics The issue's requisite exposition dump[...]
Green Lantern #2 Review: A New Era On Oa
Credit: DC Comics John Stewart stands at the center of the greatest moment of change for the Corps since its inception An agreement with the newborn United Planets means a difference in the policing of the galaxy and right off the bat, rubbing the ringslingers the wrong way The script from Geoffrey Thorne does a great[...]
Green Lantern #1 Review: New Ideas And Fresh Takes
John Stewart is stepping up in a big way as the future of the spaceborne police force, which is at an unexpected crossroads The one consistent thing you will see in Green Lantern #1 is Stewart in a role of leadership, rallying forces and making decisions as a delightful tableau is set for new adventures. Green Lantern[...]
Future State Green Lantern #2 Review: Hold The Line
Credit: DC Comics Starting off with the story of John Stewart, he starts out in a bad place A horde of bloodthirsty Khunds, zealously worshiping The God In Red, have captured him after he sacrificed himself to make sure helpless refugees could escape The leader of this Khundish cult wears the robotic body of a fallen[...]
Is Hal Jordan To Blame For Future State: Green Lantern?
In a preview for Infinite Frontier #from DC Comics, we see Green Lanterns John Stewart and Simon Bax, and Teen Lantern Keli Quintela heading to Oa. Infinite Frontier #0 Infinite Frontier #0 In today's Future State: Green Lanterns #2, courtesy of Josie Campbell and Andie Tong, we get to see what happens when she gets there So…not that[...]
Future State Green Lantern #1 Review: A Lot Of Story
Credit: DC Comics When it went down, a group of Lanterns led by John Stewart was in what's called "the Dark Sectors," lawless realms that were unable to be policed under even the best of circumstances When the rings went dark, lawmen were stuck behind enemy lines with reprobates and murderers … for decades That kind[...]