Green Lantern #58

    Green Lantern » Green Lantern #58 - Hope Burns Bright released by DC Comics on November 2010.

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    Hope Burns Bright last edited by ltjfleetwood41 on 04/14/19 03:58PM View full history

    BRIGHTEST DAY continues as Adara, the Hope Entity, finds a host in a young girl who may be destined to be a great savior. Can this young student hope to contain such a powerful force – and what will drive Hal Jordan on a spiritual journey unlike any he's ever taken?

    Plus, the Spectre sets his sights on the Rage Entity.



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    Review: Green Lantern #58 0

    Green Lantern, Larfleeze and Star Sapphire search for the new of Adara, the hope entity, just as Atrocitus and Sinestro wreck irreparable harm on the new guardians' reputation. The Good Even though it's probably better to save this kind of commentary for "the verdict," but the larger tapestry that Johns has woven the DCU's cosmology into makes this book infinitely interesting. There have been many attempts to turn superhero pantheons into modern mythologies, but this has been the most effectiv...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Murder, Arson, and Jaywalking. 0

    The Good: As opposed to last issue, which had one singular focus, this issue has SO MUCH GOING ON. We actually get a feel for how big the Entity Hunt is. Instead of just going by one at a time, everything's in motion. We know where almost every entity is and all of the issues involved in obtaining them. There's even character development on every front here. Atrocious is really getting some nice development living here on earth. His rapport with Sinestro is really neat. Carol's finally standing ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    When my job is done 0

    This issue is full of interesting characterizations and even some deeper messages, but while it succeeds on this level it still feels like an issue which is filling the gap between two stories.  Again with so much of the ensuing story lines to Blackest Night, the problem here is that there are a lot of divergent plots going on, and other than the main one featured on the cover, they seem a little more like logistical elements as opposed to relevant portions of plot.  After the revelation of the ...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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