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4.08 stars 4.08/5 Stars Average score of 6 user reviews

Blackish Night 0

This series has really twisted and turned the Green Lantern world. I don't read the other GL series so I don't know what the background stuff fully is but it looks interesting. The art wasn't quite as good as the previous issue but still very good.This story sees Hal and Sinestro fight against Black Hand (who once again has the Black Lantern) and his army of the dead. Hal tells Sinestro that they need Carol Ferris as they need another light spectrum to defeat the Black Lantern. With no luck in g...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Death Is At Hand 0

Black Hand has retrieved the Black Book and gathered his army of the dead (and his walking dead family as well). However, when Green Lanterns Sinestro and Hal Jordan appear, it's a battle to the death. The Book has some more shocking prophecies and the Guardians appear ready to unleash their plans of the Third Army.Geoff Johns continues to deliver on his amazing epic sci-fi Green Lantern. Hal and Sinestro both do some great things that add to the continuing great character development. It appear...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Green Lantern #12 0

THE GOOD: The art in this issue is different from the regular artist but Renato Guedes and Jim Calafiore contribute to the book. Renato Guedes adds a lot of details to his faces and the backgrounds. Jim Calafiore contributes his simplistic yet interesting style to this book. The story gets very huge and complicated but in a good way. We get to see the Guardians and all the evil but somehow nice things they are planing. The real big deal here is the fight with Black Hand and what the Book of the ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

The Dead Have Risen Again 0

The issue is more of a setup for the Annual, so there is not a lot of story per se, but the revelations in the book of the black and the Guardians' plans make of this one worthy of your time.Please check my mini-review of Green Lantern #12 here: and feedback are always welcome!...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Every page is the same 0

Since the new 52 in the Green Lantern based series, probably the least has changed since before the relaunch.  This is true in different facets including character history, but another one is the slow and steady buildup to some large problem looming.  This issue is not different.  While the action described in it is weak at times and that black Hand is not always the mot engaging villain, there are still enough developments to make up for that.  Without giving away these developments, they do bo...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Slow and Carefully 0

There's a lot of things very awkward about this cover. There's a massive disjunction from the angle Black Hand's body is at, the way the wind is blowing his cape, the angle of the gargoyle, and the angle of the city behind them. This whole cover didn't have a super interesting setup to begin with, it could've been really cool, but it's just so-so.It's a prelude for what was to come on the inside, this issue has a LOT of inherent artwork problems. For starters, it's got two artists. Right after s...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

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