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From the pages of BRIGHTEST DAY comes Martian Manhunter! His White Lantern vision has led him to the Emerald Archer's mystical forest. Is he there to save it – or destroy it? Can Oliver stop his former ally?    
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Haven't we seen this already? 0

Story: So this issue starts off where Brightest Day issue 9 already did and completed. Ollie notices a giant green monster incinerating the entire forest. Ollie doesn't know who it is but he knows it's attracted to the white lantern symbol. As the monster grapples the tree his face becomes more clear. Ollie then recognizes it's J'onn. Ollie tries everything to pull him off. His final move is using one of his forest traps that knocks J'onn back to normal. J'onn and Ollie make their way out of the...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

What is more important a sense of duty or a sense of faith? 0

Cover The cover art I think is amazing. It really grabs your attention. Story Green Arrow is fighting a big green monster. The monster attaches himself with the tree with the white lantern symbol. Ollie figures out it is Martian Manhunter and he grows back to normal size after Ollie gives a big nasty hit to John in the head. They get out of the forest and John leaves. Galahad asks the Green Arrow if he is coming back in the forest and he says no he has something stronger than a sense of faith an...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Why Am I Reading Brightest Day #9 Again? 0

Green Arrow borrows almost half its pages from Brightest Day this issue, and the rest of the story really could have used those pages for J.T. Krul to better tell his story.  Seriously, a huge chunk of this issue is wasted for no good reason in an almost line-for-line reenactment of the scene between Ollie and J'onn in a recent issue of Brightest Day. Krul does absolutely nothing to flesh this scene out or give Ollie's perspective on it. It is just the same scene again. What could the point poss...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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