Green Lantern #43

    Green Lantern » Green Lantern #43 - Blackest Night Prologue: Tale of the Black Lantern released by DC Comics on September 2009.

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    The official prologue to BLACKEST NIGHT starts here as the first Black Lantern is born! Black Hand has been an enemy of Hal Jordan since Hal's early days as a Green Lantern. But even Black Hand is unaware of the true power he holds that will connect him to the Blackest Night! Discover this villain's connection to death and the Black Lantern Corps!


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    Blackest Night looks promising 0

    Wow. There is a reason that the 'Blackest Night' story may very well be the most anticpated comic book arc of this year. if you have any doubt about that, you need to read this issue. Geoff Johns does a fantastic job of leading us into what could possibly become one of the greatest DC stories ever told. BEWARE: Spoilers ahead..This issue revolves around the green lantern antagonist William Hand aka the Black Hand. It opens with the guardian Scar getting the reader up to speed on the history of t...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

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    i am not sure if Blackest Night could have a better lead in than this issue.  The new concept behind the Green Lanterns and the Corps members of other spectrums has given many heroes and villains a new focus where in the past they had none, and with others such as Hal, Carol or Sinestro already being tied into the intricate plot it is now Black Hand's turn.  With the theme of Blackest Night being death it is therefore not surprising as he is brought into the spectrum that he is portrayed in a cr...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Black Hand One Shot 0

    This issue of Green Lantern only features the title character a few times through the whole book.  The main focus of this issue is Black Hand, which after reading this, is a very disturbed villain.  So the first page of the book, the reader is greeted to good ole Scar of the Guardians and of course she is up to no good.  She is telling the reader all about how the Guardians have tried to suppress emotion through out the universe so that there will be no chaos.  Well now she has given up on that ...

    1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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