Brightest Day #15

    Brightest Day » Brightest Day #15 - Whatever Happened to the Manhunter from Mars? released by DC Comics on February 2011.

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    The hottest series in comics blazes on as the legacy of the new Aqualad is forged and the extent of his powers is revealed! Plus, Aquagirl joins the battle, and Firestorm seeks out the Justice League's help.


    • The second cover is a homage and a parody of Grant Wood's American Gothic.

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    Mars: The Blood Red Planet 0

    The Good: The way things jump 25 years into the future adds to the unease of the story. There's a lot of missing pieces that makes sense to be missing since it's 25 years later, AND all a dream. J'onn's dialogue is all amazing. It clearly evokes the sense that he's been living in his reborn homeworld for 25 years, and the fact that he's become a Green Lantern, his new costume is amazing. The fates of all the Justice League members is hauntingly brilliant. It subtly evokes the sense that J'onn's ...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Review: Brightest Day #15 0

    A Justice League reunion coincides with a celebration of the 25-year-long peace that Martian Manhunter has brought to a resurrected and revitalized Mars - - but nothing is as it seems.  The Good The tile of this issue deliberately evokes Moore's seminal Superman story, and it certainly lives up to the association. With additional traces of his classic "For the Man Who Has Everything," this was the first comic I've read to juxtapose superheroes with nightmarish surrealism as well as Morriso...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Dreams Deferred 0

    This issue jumps 25 years into the future with the JLA gathering on mars to celebrate the 25 years of peace that Green Lantern, J'onn J'onzz has brought to Mars, and the universe. However, triumph turns to tragedy as one after another someone starts gunning for the League's big 7... The Good Johns and Tomasi really put their feet into this one!!! (southern colloquialism, look it up) The dialog in this issue is some of the best I've seen in a hero comic in forever. Every single exchange of dialog...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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