Green Lantern

Green Lantern

Volume 3, The End

Graphic Novel - 2014
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A New York Times Bestseller Comics' hottest writer Geoff Johns continues his historic run on one of the best-selling titles of DC Comics The New 52, GREEN LANTERN! The universe is in shambles and the Guardians are the cause. Their mysterious Third Army has risen across the cosmos like a plague, destroying everything in its path and Hal Jordan and Sinestro are nowhere to be found. It is up to wrongfuly accused Simon Baz to clear his name and become the hero that the Corps needs in order to get to the bottom of Hal and Sinestro's disapperance and the Rise of the Third Army! Collects issues #13-20, 0.
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, 2014.
ISBN: 9781401244088
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 27 cm.
Additional Contributors: Mahnke, Doug
Alternative Title: End


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Aug 26, 2014

Johns brings his run on Green Lantern to an end, with better emphasis on Hal Jordan (who's still boring) and Sinestro in particular. This compensates somewhat for the weaknesses in the new human Green Lantern he's also created along the way, who is even more tedious than Hal Jordan ever was. The Corps find themselves dealing with the fallout of the Guardians gone entirely out of their minds and out of control, and it's a fitting conclusion, particularly in the way Johns leads his two primary characters to make decisions of their own.

Mar 15, 2014

This book closes Geoff Johns' Green Lantern universe that began in Dec 2004 with Rebirth. Looking back, the DC cosmic universe was completely reinvented though this Green Lantern run. It brought back Hal Jordan, waged the Sinestro corps war, expanded the Lantern Corps to the emotional spectrum, had the war of light, the darkest night, the brightest day; and finally the story of the first lantern, which ties to Krona's witnessing the beginning of the universe. At the end of it all, this is an emotional good bye from Geoff Johns to the characters he loved to write, and we love to read.

travis0072000 Feb 01, 2014

Great story. A lot to fit in. They could have easily doubled the amount of pages. There was conflicting opinion about the Muslim character with a gun, but that was because he was a new Green Lantern and it seemed something real to him. So, with the facts in mind, there doesn't have to be innuendo attached to the character. A must read again..


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