Green Lantern: New Guardians #2

    Green Lantern: New Guardians » Green Lantern: New Guardians #2 - Part Two released by DC Comics on December 2011.

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    By their rings betrayed! Who – or what – has the might to tear power rings from each of the seven Lantern Corps, murdering their former bearers in the process? And why have the rings all chosen Kyle Rayner as their new master? As members of each Corps target Kyle for death, we learn more about the shocking fate of Ganthet!


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    Gabby little things 0

    As opposed to the first issue this is one I would characterize as much more action based, and while it feels kind of necessary after the developments of the first issue, there is really not a lot of plot or characterization going on in this issue.  The action mostly follows Kyle as he is being attacked by Arkillo, Fatality and Bleez so that they can retrieve the rings.  This I thought was handled fairly well especially some of the dialogue.  When saint Walker shows up the pair head to Oa with th...

    6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    King Kyle 0

    This comic is on of my favorite New 52 titles. I LOVE IT!!! The first issue was great and this second issue was NOT a letdown.Just in case you didn't read the first issue, (don't worry, this isn't a spoiler) Green Lantern Kyle Rayner has suddenly become a power ring-magnet. Issue one ended with Kyle being chosen by a ring from each the other ring corps as their new ring bearer, but had yet to put any of them on.As soon as I finished the first issue, I was hoping that Kyle would actually get to p...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    New Stuff in New Guardians 0

    The Good: The cover's all right, it's got a good spread of all the characters balanced out surprisingly well, with Kyle nearly squished at the bottom, overcome by the weight of all the elements above him. I'm amused by Arkillo's yellow ring talking for him. It was almost a cop out at first, but then led to some surprisingly hilarious dialogue later on. The dynamic building is a pretty interesting one. It's DEFINITELY nothing like the 'New Guardians' of Blackest Night and Brightest Day, and we've...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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