Blackest Night #8

    Blackest Night » Blackest Night #8 - Conclusion released by DC Comics on May 2010.

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    Conclusion last edited by magicman620 on 05/22/20 01:36AM View full history

    The extra-sized conclusion to the most talked-about event in comics is here, and the results will change the DC Universe for years to come. Earth has become the battleground for life versus death, but how will our heroes fight back against the darkness of sentient space itself? And what does the future hold for Green Lantern, The Flash, and the rest of the world's greatest heroes and villains? Find out here as the stage is set for the next epic era in DC Comics!



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    No Fear 0

    Wow. That's what I have to say.The end of Blackest Night has finally arrived.  Whether you were a fan or not, this conclusion certainly brings a close to the chapter, while opening a completely new one in the DCU.  I'll try to keep the spoilers to a minimum, but with that being said, Brightest Day is about to start and there is new life for the heroes in the DCU.  Recapping from #7 Sinestro has taken over the entity of the White Light and is set on destroying Nekron all by himself.  Back-up arri...

    12 out of 13 found this review helpful.

    Darkest Night Setting 0

    I've had some time to think back and try to figure out how I felt about this series and this ending. And to tell the honest truth, I think it really delivered. That said, I'm not sure what this issue was.  Where we last left off we had Sinestro finally taking claim of The Entity, the Embodiment of the White. And for anyone who missed out on reading Green Lantern 52, we see some of the full extent of a White Lantern's power, but go read that if you want to know all that buzz. So Sinestro, White L...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Aw Yeah Geoff Johns! 0

    First things first, I just wanted to say "Thank You" to Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis, and all the people who made Blackest Night so @3!@#^*&(! awesome, and to Hal Jordan, foir existing! Now here's a synopsis opf the book. It picks up straight from last issue, where Sinestro had claimed the white light, and he's fighting Nekron. All of the Lanterns and Deputy Lantern are fighting the Black Lanterns, and Guy Gardner brings the cavalry, which is all the diferent colored corps, presumably summoned ...

    9 out of 10 found this review helpful.
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