Green Lanterns #1

    Green Lanterns » Green Lanterns #1 - Rage Planet Part 1 released by DC Comics on August 2016.

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    “RED PLANET” Chapter One

    New Lanterns Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz promised to protect others in brightest day or blackest night, but as “Red Planet” begins to rise, the partners find themselves confronted with an unimaginable threat from Bleez and the Red Lanterns!

    THEY SAID IT: “I am psyched for GREEN LANTERNS!” says writer Sam Humphries. “Myself, Simon, and Jessica are all new to the DC Universe. We’re gonna have a blast exploring it—if we don’t destroy it first.”


    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverRobson Rocha, Joe Prado & Marcelo Maiolo1
    VarVariant CoverEmanuela Lupacchino & Tomeu Morey3
    2ndSecond Printing CoverRobson Rocha, Joe Prado & Marcelo Maiolo2


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    Green Lanterns #1 Review 0

    Green Lanterns #1 is a decent start to this new series featuring Lanterns Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz serving as Earth's resident Green Lanterns. The issue begins with Simon and Jessica responding to an alien alert given by their Green Lantern rings. After they reach the destination of the alert and subdue the enemy force that they encounter, the two lanterns are find something mysterious. While I did enjoy this issue, I also found it to be somewhat disappointing in several areas. The pacing fo...

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    Phenomenal 0

    Green Lanterns is off to an incredible start with its first issue. The mysterious "Rage Planet" story arc drips with spectacular art, great character dynamics and a relentless pace that always engages the reader. The underlying plot of the Red Lanterns and the coming "Red Dawn" is mind-blowing; and the cliffhanger will have you dying to know what's next....

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Nothing to Rage About 0

    Green Lanterns is one of the new books where I did not read the Rebirth special before reading the number one. Unlike a couple of the other Rebirth titles, this one was easier to tap into. I don't know anything about Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz, the main characters of the book, but they are explained rather well here. There are a couple road bumps, like why Jessica locked herself away and Simon's connection to Argus, but for the most part, if you are a new reader like me, you will be able to get ...

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