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“Blackest Night” continues! As Hal Jordan and Barry Allen investigate a bizarre crime in Gotham City, they come face to face with one of their oldest allies – J’onn J’onzz, the Martian Manhunter! But their old friend is not there for reunions; he’s come for much more. Meanwhile, Sinestro seeks to rebuild his army and take his revenge on the being who would usurp it – Mongul!

(NOTE: Although the solicit by DC says Mongul and Sinestro appear in this book, they do not)

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Bringing Order to the Universe 0

Blackest Night. I feel like a betrayer of Marvel for jumping ship over to DC for Blackest Night. But it's really good.  This, well it's worth reading, I almost feel like it's worth reading when it comes out in the trade form, which I see no reason it won't. We get some action tying the first two issues of Blackest Night together in terms of where Hal falls in all of this and we get the Guardian, Scar, explaining that all this killing is just bringing order to a universe that needed it. I hate to...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Just Great. 0

I really loved this book. I didn't find anything wrong with it. The story = amazing, the art = amazing. The whole thing was just great. I love how they go back to the end of Blackest Night #1 and show you how they ended up seeing the Martian Manhunter as a Black Lantern and Barry and Hal, just looking at him. The fight scene, which was most of the book, was great. The action and the drama. And then when they show John Stewart and the black ring flying. Whoah, just amazing. Really one of the most...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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