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Well T.B I just pick this issue today and it's like I said last time it's really Excelsior and don't use this word lightly, Jeff Johns has got a really big hit , like he did with 52 .This has me torn though do to the fact really looking forward DC's Red Circle as well. So it look's likea win ,win for us DC Fanboys. Dr. X DR . X...0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Okay, so I'm going to do something a little different and review each story in this issue (and I'm guess all 3 issues as they come out) as I read them, so this is going to take me sometime:"Hope is Something You Can't Take" - I liked this story, it was a story of faith, a story of Hope. We get the story of how Saint Walker got into the Blue Lantern Corps. and how he had to show in the face of disbelief to truly show that he was the Messiah he spent nine days climbing a mountain looking for. It o...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Not really directly associated thus far with the unfolding events of Blackest Night, this issue looks at two of the major players involved, Saint Walker from the Blue Corps and Mongul from the Yellow/Sinestro Corps. The issue's sort of serve as background look at the characters but they do so in an interesting manner, establishing them in their respective frames to the corps to which they belong. The one for Saint Walker was a lot stronger as it touches on concepts of faith. It is sort of a b...2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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