REVIEW: Sinestro #1


Well the time has finally arrived. The fallen angel of the Green Lantern Corps finally has his own ongoing series, and you will beware his power. This has to be one the most perplexing moves made by DC comics. Outside of last years Forever Evil event, you don’t see DC pushing for a solo series centered around one of their notorious villains, yet here we are. One can’t deny that this series only exist because of the popularity resurgence thanks to Geoff Johns for the past ten years, this is the next logical step for Sinestro. So with that being said, does this first issue hit or miss? Let’s open page one and find out.
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REVIEW: Green Lantern New Guardians #30

Transforming is a  natural occurring phenomena in our world. However we don’t think of our mundane changes as a phenomenal, they are simply part of every day life as we continue to exist on this small blue planet we call home. So then what happens when an individual changes into something larger than life, something that is in comprehensible. Will they and those around them even notice the transformation, and if they do who’s to say that this is good or bad. Kyle Rayner himself is changing, here he continues his journey to who no’s what. Let’s open up the comic and find out shall we.
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REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #30


With “Uprising” one month away this week I take a gander at the last issue before the actual war begins it’s time for one more breather issue before the conflict can finally head to it’s apex. While we know the motivations driving the Khund and the rest of the forces against our emerald warriors, but what about the mysterious Durlans? Outside of simple generic they are evil plot what is there prime motivation for waging war on such a scale. Well as it turns out that is the focus of this issue on the brief history of the Durlans. So now the question is does this issue answer to much or to little to the Durlans side of events. Let’s open page one and find out.

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REVIEW: Earth 2 #22


As we left off last issue, things are not doing so well for the resistance. Which all leads to this single point, how can one defeat The Man of Steel. We’ve seen what an evil Superman is capable, so this story should pretty much be pointless right? Well that’s where you’re wrong fellow reader. Typically an evil Superman has to potential of being steered into a rut if it’s an ongoing basis, but somehow (most likely due to Tom working on Injustice God of Among Us), he has given a somewhat hope to potentially stopping Superman. Do you believe in the Power of Love?

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REVIEW: Green Lantern #30


For every war there are phases that occur, which can lead to a better understanding of your opponent. That could either be a bad or good thing depending on the situation presented upon the soldiers. They might understand their viewpoints or they might become even more disgusted due to the actions of past battles. This issue is the eye of hurricane for our fellow Lanterns, since we all know the real fireworks start next month. This will be a moment of reflection for our reluctant leader and his opportunity to push the Lanterns to victory against the Khund Empire and the deadly Durlans.
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‘Man of Steel’ Writer David Goyer Would “Love” to do Green Lantern


Speaking with Collider, Man of Steel writer David Goyer (who’s also hard at work on its sequel that will feature both Batman and Wonder Woman), briefly spoke about that and a tidbit for us lanterns to think on. “I’d love to do Green Lantern” said Goyer when discussing how alien of a world Superman’s home world of Krypton was in Man of Steel and when told “That’s how Green Lantern should have been” by the interviewer. Check out the interview below with the Green Lantern bit around the 12:50 mark.

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REVIEW: Green Lantern New Guardians #29


The concept of religion has to be one of the most controversial subjects in real life or in science fiction stories. With the recent shift for this particular series it’s only fitting that the idea of Godhood comes into play where the main character has the potential as a God and his companions could be considered Gods themselves. However when it comes to any type of story there are two sides to any conflict which can lead to revelations that could potentially shatter a person of faith. So how exactly does all this mumbo jumbo tie into the latest issue of New Guardians? Well let’s open page one and find out.
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  • Green Lantern Corps #0

    Released Sept. 12th

  • Green Lantern: the Animated Series #6

    Released Sept. 12th

  • Green Lantern #0

    Released Sept. 5th

  • Green Lantern Annual #1

    Released Aug. 29th

  • Green Lantern: New Guardians #0

    Shipping Sept. 19th

  • Red Lanterns #0

    Shipping Sept. 26th

  • Green Lantern #13

    Shipping Oct. 3rd

  • Green Lantern Corps #13

    Shipping Oct. 10th