Green Lantern #48

    Green Lantern » Green Lantern #48 - Gimme A Break released by DC Comics on January 1, 2010.

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    BLACKEST NIGHT continues! Agent Orange and his Orange Lanterns face off against the Black Lantern Corps, and Larfleeze finds himself wanting something he never has before: help. Meanwhile, Saint Walker comes face-to-face with the one being in the universe he has no patience for - Sinestro!


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    Destroy them together 0

    This issue takes a sort of back seat to the action and plot which has been coursing through this miniseries as of late and focuses more just on the plot.  There is in fact some action here, but it is more to frame the plot which is occurring, which is of itself not especially pressing, as it sort of goes over in descriptive detail what the reader should by now already know or should know was coming at the very least - a complete association of the Lantern Corps (one member from each.)  The overa...

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    The Lanterns Unite 0

    Note: This is my first review, so be kind.   Oh, and Spoiler Warning.  By the start of the issue, the Blackest Night is in full force, and Hal, Sinestro, Indigo-1, Saint-Walker, and Carol Ferris have all united against the common enemy.  That just leaves Attrocitus and Agent Orange.  Neither one is really in any mood to cooperate but Sinestro basically tells Agent Orange that he doesn't have a choice in one of my favorite parts of the story.  The group gets teleported to sector 666 where Attroci...

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    After spending several months running parallel to and accentuating the action of "Blackest Night," the main "Green Lantern" title directs its plot and characters right back into the main action. Geoff Johns is the lord of the rings in this issue as all of the colors of the War of Light are represented. The issue is briskly paced, covers a large swath of the DC Universe, and sets the cast used herein upon a path that leads directly into "Blackest Night" #5. There is a disclaimer in the first pane...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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