Green Lantern #56

    Green Lantern » Green Lantern #56 - The New Guardians, Chapter 4 released by DC Comics on September 1, 2010.

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    BRIGHTEST DAY shines on as the mystery of the White Lantern piques the curiosity of Hector Hammond. The bizarre telekinetic escapes his prison cell and sets his sights on one being – Larfleeze! Plus, Hal Jordan begins unlocking the secret behind who took Parallax during BLACKEST NIGHT!


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    Now Things Are Rolling 0

    Summary:    Since hearing the Collectors voice, Hector Hammond is finally free and is ready to deliver the revenge he's been waiting for. Also Hal travels to North Branch, Minnesota to talk to Larfleeze where has made a home for himself.  The Good:   To me this was the best issue we've seen in months. I don't know if it's the hype after the Con but this was on the ball. First was the opener which has been a mystery for months and is finally shown. We still don't know who "The Collector" is but i...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Hector Hammond in Brightest Day 0

    The Storylilne: As Hal Jordan investigates Larfleeze's mass robberies and break-ins of a local town, Hector Hammond is freed by an unknown character who tells Hammond that he would get what he always desired if he found a way to release the entity of the Orange Lantern known as Ophidian. Now both Larfleeze and Hal Jordan would find themselves stopping Hammond from trying to complete his goals as things get much more worse for the two lanterns.   The Good: - The storyline is very solid and pe...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Review: Green Lantern #56 0

    Green Lantern tracks Agent Orange down to a dump he's erected, only to find that Hector Hammond's got his eyes on the Orange Lantern himself.  The Good I'm surprised at how much pathos and depth that Johns was able to convey from such an absurd character like Hector Hammond. Maybe you never quite sympathize with this monster, but you certainly can see where he's coming from (and maybe even feel sorry for him.) The opening fantasy with him saving Carol Ferris and vanqu...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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