Brightest Day #5

    Brightest Day » Brightest Day #5 - Under Pressure released by DC Comics on September 1, 2010.

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    Under Pressure last edited by Saren on 05/23/18 05:12PM View full history

    Boston Brand, Dove, and Hawk find out the capabilities of Boston's White Lantern Ring. Will we see the resurrection of Don Hall...or will that effort fail?

    Aquaman and Mera get attacked by a "mysterious woman", but a major secret is unveiled that could change Aquaman and Mera forever!

    Hawkman and Hawkgirl have entered into Hawkworld in search of Hath-set, but they find more than they expected. Will Hawkman and Hawkgirl survive in this strange land?


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    Brightest Day #5 - The jakob187 Review 0

    With the past few issues in this DC event, I've wained back and forth on whether I would continue reading it.  While the story elements featuring many of the characters has been a little intriguing, it continuously felt like a downhill struggle for any of that stuff to make any sense.  Another major complaint was the lack of incorporating more of the characters that were brought back amongst The Twelve.  Brightest Day #5 has reaffirmed my faith in this event, bringing the best issue of the serie...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    I knew that Mera was up to no good. 0

    Story: Aquaman and Mera are at the scene of an oil spill caused by Mera's evil sister Siren. Aquaman starts to fight Siren and her army. At Georgetown Deadman is trying to resurrect Don Hall but some one is talking to him. The battle still rages on between Aquaman and Siren. Hawman and Hawkgirl are in the place they were last time. It seems that when they interact afectionatly they start to decay. Hawkman and Hawkgirl are caught in a war between these tiger people and these hawk people. Deadman ...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    After a slow start, issue #5 ramps up the stakes 0

    So far, Brightest Day has not lived up as a great follow up to Blackest Night. When the idea of learning more about the White Lantern and the risen 12 was proposed as the core of Brightest Day, I immediately subscribed and eagerly awaited the first issues.  After a strong issue #0, the series has gotten progressively worse from issue #1 to the poorest so far, issue #4. Firestorm and his tantrum was not very interesting or compelling and Aquaman, Mera, Hawkman and Hawkgirl moping around wonder w...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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