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A BRIGHTEST DAY tie-in! Exploding out of BLACKEST NIGHT comes the next exciting chapter in the Green Lantern mythos: "New Guardians"! Forced together during the rise of the Black Lanterns, Hal Jordan, Sinestro, Carol Ferris, Saint Walker, Atrocitus, Indigo-1 and Larfleeze must agree to disagree if their next mission is to succeed. But when one of the strangest beings from Green Lantern's past returns, the future of the Lanterns and the universe at large once again falls into question.

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"I have power baldy!" 0

The New Guardians  Following Blackest Night we enter Brightest Day.  The Good As Always, Geoff Johns delivers a strong issue that makes you want to come back for more.   We see the major Corps represented well throughout, although some have brief appearances.  There's a new character who apparently is the person who wrote the Green Lantern Oath.    Agent Orange and Lex Luthor.  The Ending definitely sparks interest into just what is going to happen with key players.    The Bad This issue cuts ba...

14 out of 15 found this review helpful.

How many Lantern Corp. rings does it take to get a good review? 0

In this issue of Green Lantern, the devastations of Blackest Night are over and the light renewals of Brightest day are here. In the beginning of this issue this guy with a gigantic head is plotting to destroy Hal Jordan. He pretty much seems to be jealous of him for everything. Later Hal and Carol are having a few drinks and talking to eachother like civilized people. They end up enjoying eachother's company so much that they end up race jets. Trouble brews when Sinestro interrupts this race. G...

17 out of 19 found this review helpful.

Promising start to the next big event 0

Green Lantern #53  THE GOOD:  The one page of Saint Walker going through the cematary grave by grave to eulogize the desecrated dead was a simple and elegant way of showing what the Blue Lanterns are all about. Hal and Carol rekindling their relationship. Long overdo. The opening scene was a very effective way of  building suspense. The mysterious Guardian already appears like a formidable enemy.  THE BAD: This was another quick read. With the exception of the Saint Walker scene, this is another...

12 out of 14 found this review helpful.
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