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Now that Guy Gardner's comrades have discovered the secret blood pact he began with Ganthet and Atrocitus, will they remain at his side – or will Zardor's recruits grow in rank against the Emerald Warrior? Sodam Yat may not be able to handle the fallout! Meanwhile, Red Lantern Bleez works to find out why she's so important to Zardor's plan…

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It's About To Hit The Fan 0

Guy Gardner's secret mission continues and he's starting to feel the fallout from withholding information from others.  The Good I believe I've mentioned before that Guy Gardner has never been my favorite Green Lantern but I've been liking him more and more with each issue of Emerald Warriors. Since Guy's started his mission with Kilowog and Arisia, I've been waiting for them to discover what's going on. Now we're seeing their reaction. We're also seeing more on Guy's premonitions and the loomin...

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

Emerald Warriors Picks Up the Pace 0

After what feels like a long build-up, things finally heat up with the Emerald Warriors as we are shown how it all fits into the larger Green Lantern epic and Guy Gardner faces off against Zardor.  Undeniably, Pete Tomasi writes a great Guy Gardner. He is so in tune with the character, and that really shines through with Guy's dialogue. This is what the issue works so well. Kilowog and Arisa, two characters Tomasi does not write so well, sit the bulk of this issue out. There is no cliched dramat...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Snakes and Water 0

I´ve a tendency in apreciating a comic book more because of the art than the writing itself - not that the story, plot and dialogues are less important, but I can live with a shabby story and great art, but not the other way around. This new ongoing series - most overrated from the media and the fans - is perhaps one of the best comic books I´ve read in years, definitely the best of the Green Lantern franchise, no doubt about it. Peter J. Tomasi has accomplished so much in terms of dialogues, th...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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