Green Lantern #20

Green Lantern #20

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Dave Gibbons Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: May 30, 2007 Critic Reviews: 3
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"Mystery of the Star Sapphire" concludes here! What is the secret nature of the sapphire, and how will it affect Hal Jordan's future? You won't believe your eyes in the final pages of this issue as the entire game changes for the Green Lantern Corps!

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin Powers Jun 1, 2007

    The back-up story is the last of the introductions for the main characters of the Sinestro Corps before the Sinestro Corps Special arrives next month. Despotellis, the sentient virus, I thought may have been the most frightening of the Sinestro Corps, although Bedovian might be just as scary as Despotellis. Bedovian is a sniper-type character that can hide inside his shell and pass for an asteroid. Apparently, he can kill someone from three space sectors away as well. Good Lord, Sinestro has really got some baddies under his command. But aside from Bedovians origin story, this back-up has a great element featuring Amon Sur and Lyssa Drak (the keeper of the book of Parallax). Johns teaches readers about the fear lodges where the Sinestro Corpsmen have to face their worst fears and exit the small capsule without the aid of their ring. Amon Surs greatest fear is learned and it would appear that Hal Jordan has quite a few archenemies filling out the ranks of the Sinestro Corps. I Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Comic Addiction - Paul Steven Brown Feb 2, 2007

    This issue contains another short story that highlights a member of the Sinestro Corps. These folks are a bunch of nasty characters and I’m still chomping at the bit in anticipation of their big showdown with the Green Lantern Corps starting next month. These backup stories also serve to continue the exploration into the nature of Amon Sur, Hal Jordan’s rival for Sector 2814. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn Jun 2, 2007

    Green Lantern #20 was another excellent read. Johns concludes the Star Sapphire story arc and finishes laying the proper foundation for what should be one hell of a ride involving the impending war between the Sinestro Corps and the Green Lantern Corps. It is incredible how Johns just keeps outdoing himself on this title. I definitely recommend giving Green Lantern a try. It is well worth your money. And now is the perfect time since we are about to kick off a major story arc. Read Full Review

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