Blackest Night #7

    Blackest Night » Blackest Night #7 - Part 7 released by DC Comics on April 2010.

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    Part 7 last edited by pikahyper on 11/24/19 07:38PM View full history

    As Nekron continues to wage his war on life throughout the universe, Hal Jordan discovers the grim, true mission behind the villian's return. But the truth is so cosmically abysmal that it threatens to expose a secret that could tear the very universe asunder. You can't miss this stunning, penultimate issue to the year's biggest event.


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    White Lantern Corps 0

    Previous reviewers were very good (and relish) in discribing of all the benefits and advantages of the new issue of Blackest Night. I also want to apologize for criticizing the previous number. I doubted how all this stuff with rings would work. Now, after a dozens of tie-ins and one month without ACTION (only Green Lantern #50 is noteworthy) I have to say - yes, this event was in production since 2005 (s!ck it, Siege).   All strings, all the plot lines, all the events starting with GL: Rebirth ...

    11 out of 12 found this review helpful.

    Revelations and the Greatest Lantern 0

    First off, wow.  In Blackest Night #7 Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis stepped their game up.   The issue starts with Nekron belittling the Guardians about preserving life but not living it.  There's an incredible page showing the Lantern Corps "leaders" and the deputized lanterns trying to fight Nekron to no avail.  Scarecrow and Luthor bring some great moments in this book as well.  References from secret origin make their way into the book, specifically between Atrocitus and Black Hand.  I don't wan...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Fly, My Monkeys 0

    This is the best issue of the event so far the art is simply fantastic Ivan. Reis' pencils combined with the colors of Alex Sinclair makes this one of the best looking books in my opinion Johns dose  a great job of writing each character the way he writes lex with a power ring is frightening and he truely does a great job with sinestro showing how arrogant he is and how big his ego if SPOILER WARNING: Click here to reveal hidden content. you have not picked this up then what is wrong with you...

    6 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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