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Would you wait to get them before reading the rest? I would say that looking back, the glc stuff was some of my favorite comics of all time.
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This was really helpful! There are a bunch of brightest day trades I would recommend that are about the white light and white lantern corps, so I consider them part of the green lantern mythos. Any idea where that should go?
Also justice league dark things should go somewhere in brightest day. I also consider the following dc events relevant: Millenium The guardians leave, setting the stage for the road back cosmic odyssey Xanshi is blown up forever evil ring of volthoom Darkseid war Jessica Cruz gets a real green lantern ring also maybe final crisis. If anyone knows where those go, that would be great!
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn. The deadly alien known as Atrocitus formed the Red Lanterns to take revenge on the evil Guardian Krona, who was responsible for the death of his family and his world. In fact, it turns out that Atrocitus is actually contemplating the meaning of his life Enjoyment: I actually dug Atrocitus. I would say that looking back, the glc stuff was some of my favorite comics of all time.
This has an error in it. Apparently Green Lantern Kyle Rayner vol. No one seems to remember the asian Green Lantern, the one that got a starheart ring way before Allan Scott. It was a three issue mini-series. I would also include Cosmic Odyssey in the list, as it is the book where John Stewart blows up the planet Xanshi. This post is brilliant in so many ways. But it just gave me a huge headache. Am I supposed to stop reading the volume once I get to the issue 24 of each volume and start reading Lights Out mini-crossover? Then should I resume my reading of each volume from where I stopped?
This graphic novel collects issues of Red Lanterns. I always liked Green Lantern as a supporting character, but never actually followed any of the story lines, unless they directly related to another I was following. Right off the bat I was pleasantly surprised despite my initial reservation. The story and writing pulled me in immediately. The characters, old and new, were explained and given personality and depth.
This graphic novel is violent, as the story is about aliens who get their powers by channeling rage and anger.