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I'm outraged! ...yet... intrigued. 1

The Guardians of the Universe are too arrogant for their own good...The Corps is caught off-guard by a deadly threat...Hal Jordan refuses the offered help of his fellow heroes...A madman threatens the universe to forward his own twisted beliefs of what is right...Kyle Rayner gets the shaft...So what's new, right?Well, having one of the best writers DC Comics has to offer, Geoff Johns, as well as one of the best artists in Ethan Van Sciver (anyone remember Cyberfrog?) on a Green Lantern story is ...

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Not enough Cooke didn't spoil the broth! 0

I have really enjoyed this series. I new very little about Will Eisner's character The Spirit other than his historical impact on comics in general. I picked up the first couple of issues of this new series on a whim and must say I have been more than satisfied.This particular issue is the first issue that hasn't been written and drawn by Darwyn Cooke, and I was a bit worried that it wouldn't be as enjoyable.The first story, written by Walter Simonson with art by Sprouse and Story seemed a lit...

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Namor, done right. 0

I really enjoyed the portrayal of Namor in this debut issue. I used to love him back in the 80's when he was a bit pompous and enjoyed screaming 'Imperious Rex' before diving headlong into battle alongside his fellow Avengers, only to insult and squabble his 'surface dweller' team mates afterwards.I was thrilled when he got his own series by John Byrne in 90's but quickly became disillusioned when the storyline led to his personality becoming more well-adjusted and personable.In more recent yea...

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