Green Lantern #59

    Green Lantern » Green Lantern #59 - Lorek Tarr Lok released by DC Comics on January 1, 2011.

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    BRIGHTEST DAY blazes on as the New Guardians seeking the Indigo Entity are shocked to discover a sedated Black Hand. Can Hal Jordan trust the Indigo Tribe to house the herald of Nekron?


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    Man-oh-Man 0

    Hal Jordan has had his hands full trying to find the entities of the different lanterns. He's also had to make some strange alliances. It was only a matter of time until others started questioning his motives.  The Good Let me start out by saying, "Whoa!" This issue blew me away, not once, but twice. Even though this is the "Green Lantern" book, we're continuing to see several members of the other Lantern Corps. There are some crazy and interesting revelations about the Indigo Tribe. Even though...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    Compassion for evil.. 0

    Green Lantern #59 Basically the main part of the story takes place where we left off. Flash confronts Hal about working with his arch enemies. The Indigo tribe appears wishing to work with Hal but Hal says no so a huge fight explodes. The Indigo tribe has Black Hand sedated with the entity of compassion. Just as things couldn't get any worse Parallax appears and takes over someone which I won't say who because I was shocked by it!  The Good! I can tell that the story in Green Lantern is sort of ...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Every Color Has A Dark Side (Except Maybe Blue) 0

    The Good: We get some more information about the Indigo Lanterns and boy is it a doozy. You have to wonder how Compassion can ever have a dark side to it, but I've been suspicious of them ever since the short story back in Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps. There's a whole scene carefully anaylzing Black Hand's transition to Indigo Lantern and it's downright, Children of the Corn creepy.We're finally getting to see some of the repercussions of the events of The New Guardians. The Guardian's new...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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