REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #7

Written by PETER J. TOMASI Art by CLAUDE ST. AUBIN & SCOTT HANNA Colors by GABE ELTAEB / Letters by DAVE SHARPE Taking a break from the high-octane action that has so far defined this series, Peter Tomasi uses this issue to explore the aftermath of the Green Lanterns’ battle with the Keepers. John Stewart’s decision […]

REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #5

REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #5

Written by PETER J. TOMASI Art by FERNANDO PASARIN & SCOTT HANNA Colors by GABE ELTAEB / Letters by DAVE SHARPE “I need a list.” “What kind of list?” “A list of the toughest sons of bitches in the Corps.” If Green Lantern Corps#4 was the most action packed book in the series, #5 is the […]

REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #4

REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #4

Written by PETER J. TOMASI Art by FERNANDO PASARIN & SCOTT HANNA Colors by GABE ELTAEB / Letters by PAT BROSSEAU Aptly titled “Prisoners of War,” the fourth installment in this Green Lantern Corps series, follows two sides of the same fight. John Stewart, Vandor and company continue to fight off hordes glowing green sword-wielding enemies, […]

REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #2

REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #2

Written by PETER J. TOMASI / Art by FERNANDO PASARIN & SCOTT HANNA Colors by GABE ELTAEB / Letters by PAT BROSSEAU Picking up right where the first issue left off, Guy Gardner, John Stewart and a team of Green Lanterns investigate the murder of two Green Lanterns and the genocide of an entire world. […]

REVIEW: Justice League International #2

REVIEW: Justice League International #2

Written by DAN JURGENS / Art by AARON LOPRESTI & MATT RYAN Colors by HI-FI / Letters by TRAVIS LANHAM Everybody – even a superhero – needs a leader. As this book opens with a scene that might have been ripped from the headlines generated by the Wall Street protests, the faceless protestors of this comic and […]

REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #1

REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #1

Written by PETER J. TOMASI / Art by FERNANDO PASARIN & SCOTT HANNA Colors by GABE ELTAEB / Letters by PAT BROSSEAU The first issue of Green Lantern Corps does two things well. The Peter J. Tomasi does a good job of introducing the universe of the Green Lanterns in a way that flowed with […]