The Green Lantern Corps makes their final stand against the Darkstars while Hal, John, Guy, and Kyle enact their plan. Is it a good read?
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Jeremiah Skipper is the color artist, and he blends some subtle shades together to well realize the atmosphere and tone of this book. Hawkman #2 is another strong showing from the team of Robert Venditti and Bryan Hitch They show an excellent understanding of what makes this character great while still taking him in a new[...]
Robert Venditti brought back a lot of the characters he has used in his stories, and now they're going to take part in all-out war with the Darkstars. Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #47 art by Fernando Pasarin, Oclair Albert, Eber Ferreira, and Jason Wright Fernando Pasarin joins up for this issue, and his artwork[...]
I love Hawkman, and Robert Venditti and Bryan Hitch put together a great first outing, returning to Carter's archaeologist and monster-fighting roots while possibly changing the very future of the character. Batman: Detective Comics #982 cover by Sebastian Fiumara and Brad Anderson 2. Detective Comics #982 Batman: Detective Comics #982 put on a hell of a show this week with a pseudo-horror Batman tale bringing[...]
The Hal and Hector plot turns into a mind trip, watching John stare down Zod is awesome, and Guy's plot has some genuinely painful moments. The Guy Gardner angle is a little cliched, and I've said before that Robert Venditti's redux of the Gardner family is far less interesting than the old backstory A complex cop[...]
His return with Dark Nights: Metal was cool, but I wasn't sure initially if he would be back for good. Well, he has his own title again now under the talent of Robert Venditti and Bryan Hitch, and I'm very pleased. This first issue focuses upon one of the defining qualities of Carter Hall: his fascination with[...]
The Darkstars continue their path of terror across the universe while Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Kyle Rayner, and Guy Gardner seek help against this rising threat. Among the help the seek are General Zod, Hector Hammond, and the Sinestro Corps. Does it make for a good read?
Robert Venditti is quite adept at writing these characters at this point, and the art team of Peterson and Plascencia make for a gorgeous comic This one gets a recommendation Check it out. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] Hal Jordan arrives on Earth to find Goldface killed in Iron Heights by Tomar-Tu and his Darkstar mantle[...]
Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps race to meet the Darkstar threat on the base world of the Controllers, but they have no idea the scale of what awaits them. Is it a good read?
The Darkstars have returned thanks to the Controllers' latest plan for domination. They plan to dispense lethal justice. Can Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps stop them? Is it a good read?
Robert Venditti does it again with this one Give this one a read, it's highly recommended. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] Hal Jordan has his Ring back, and that means it's time for him to go one-on-one with General Zod himself This is it: the fight to save the Green Lantern Corps from the murderous Kryptonian. Hal Jordan[...]
Dark Nights: Metal and Doomsday Clock in the same week? Still my beating heart. Plus, Daredevil reaches the #600 milestone. There is a lot to pack in your pull box this week.
The bad dialogue returned with this one, and it, along with some questionable plot contrivances, kills this issue. Joe Bennett provides some good artwork here too, but it's not enough to save this book. Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #40 cover by Rafa Sandoval, Jordi Tarragona, and Tomeu Morey Win: Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps[...]
Robert Venditti tries to establish some animosity by having Zod blame the Green Lanterns for letting Krypton die, but it doesn't quite connect. Thirdly, it is a little awkward watching a super-powered police force unload on an indigenous population armed only with spears while that indigenous people worships a white family like gods This remains unacknowledged[...]
Hal Jordan is being held by General Zod on Jekuul. Kyle Rayner has reported this to the Green Lantern Corps, but the Guardians are unwilling to let their Green Lanterns jump into the situation haphazardly. Can they save Hal in time? Is it a good read?