Red Lanterns #6

    Red Lanterns » Red Lanterns #6 - All Too Human released by DC Comics on April 2012.

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    Rankorr, the newest Red Lantern, is here – and he's pissed! Find out what happens when the red ring selects a human host overcome with rage and grief. Plus: Atrocitus and Bleez face off against each other, and an old enemy stands revealed.



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    While the presence of a human Red Lantern is an interesting direction to go in here, it ultimately fails for a number of reasons.  I suppose at its heart the series excels best in a space based environment as what has contributed most to this series thus far is the randomness of the intergalactic worlds, as Atrocitus can be the anti-hero while the writers can make a statement about some other contemporary issue.  Here though that is all thrown out the window and for two reasons.  First of all th...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Red Lanterns #6 0

    SummaryThe first human Red Lantern (if you don’t include that time Hal Jordan was one), Jack Moore, adjusts to his new found rage and seeks revenge on his grandfathers’ murderer. Meanwhile Atrocitus challenges Bleez over the leadership of the Red Lantern Corps.What I liked· The Last Page: On the last page Guy Gardner shows up. Finally! Something I am familiar with and care about. However, if this series sours Guy Gardner for me as well, I will not be pleased.What I didn’t likePreface: I am very ...

    6 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Despite the Cover, No Character In This Issue Was Named 'Rankorr' 0

    Ok, this issue begins with a nice drawn out transformation of Jack Moore into a Red Lantern. THIS is the kind of thing this series should've had in the first issue or 2. New readers got dumped right in the middle of the cosmic mythology with hardly an introduction. Now, it's issue #6, and we're getting a human transforming into a Red Lantern, and experiencing what they experience for the first time, with the monologues of a human. This is something we need FIVE ISSUES AGO, we don't NEED it now, ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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