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The Green vs. The Grey! Who will decide the fate of this dying Earth: Green Lantern or Grundy?

Will the new wonders of Earth band together to form the first super team since the death of the Trinity?

Does super-genius Sloan really know what’s best for this world?

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The Green vs. The Grey 0

I have been enjoying this series so far and it has been one best comics in The New 52, at least from their Second Wave. Robinson has overall done a brilliant job on this series but the true credit goes to Scott who has produced some amazing artwork over the series and the series wouldn't be the same without it (issue #0 showed that).PlotThis issue sees the conclusion to the fight between the new wonders of Earth 2 and Grundy. Green Lantern is still in the grey with his deceased boyfriend Sam but...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Team BUilding Exercise Gone Wrong 0

This issue has one of the best covers on the series, with the three main characters together in the center, a good sense of balance to the layout, and the armies of The Grey closing in around them. Really nice stuff.Overall, Nicola Scott's art looks great as usual, the big chaotic fight scene between the 'Wonders' and Grundy manages to flow well without being overly crowded and Green Lantern's energy looks epic. The only problem I have is the way Green Lantern himself looks in this issue. The gr...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Earth 2 #6 0

THE GOOD: Nicola Scott is doing her best work so far in this series. The draws one character so perfectly but then she manages to keep up for the other four characters she draws. The backgrounds are filled with details that could have you looking at a panel for a long while. The book reminds me of 'The Avengers' film and it really feels lighthearted and heroic. The story is very cliche but James Robinson manages to pull it off fairly well. We get to see Alan Scott and his inner struggles and the...

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