Blackest Night #3

    Blackest Night » Blackest Night #3 - Part 3 released by DC Comics on November 2009.

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    Part 3 last edited by pikahyper on 06/05/19 05:01AM View full history

    As the dead attack in full force, Green Lantern is faced with an impossible decision and the scattered remains of the Justice League suffer a terrible loss. Who can stop the Black Lanterns? Why are they rising? And how can the Spectre help?


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    Change of Pace 0

    Since the beginning of the main series and through all the related tie-ins, Blackest Night has been all about crazy, high-impact action. The gorey kind, obviously, as the icons of the DC universe are faced with blood-thirsty zombie versions of familiar heroes and villains who now fancy "removing people's heart" as their main hobby. It's been a blast so far, but it could easily become something of a redundant formula if stretched out for too long. Thankfully, writer Geoff Johns seems to be fully ...

    6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Salt of the earth 0

    This issue reaches a sort of breaking point for the heroes in their battles against the Black Lanterns.  What is left of the Justice League is facing off against the other half of the Justice League (that is to say the Black Lantern versions) and despite the introduction of Firestorm and Mera, things do not seem to be going their way, that is until the Indigo Tribe shows up.  This leads to an interesting standoff between Hal and Barry, but also as the issue progresses a kind of heartbreaking cha...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Possible spoiler and a theory on whats to come. 0

    I have been reading Blackest Night and I must say Im impressed. DC comics never really interested me. Though I have sold my wallet's soul many of times at Best Buy or Wal-Mart to get a hold of one of their animated features. But Blackest Night sucked me in and I had sworn off comics for a long time until last year following the death of Michael Turner. So reading I have noticed that the principle behind Blackest Night is the War of Light with all the different corps going at each other. Green - ...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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