Green Lantern #6

Green Lantern #6

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Simone Bianchi Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 21, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1
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Mutilated by the events of REBIRTH, Black Hand returns to wreak horrifying vengeance! Meanwhile, the bizarre experiments of a new alien race come to light with their current prisoner: Green Lantern.

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    Comics Bulletin - Michael Bailey Jan 16, 2006

    In The End: This series continues to be one of the more off beat titles that I read. Geoff Johns is taking a different track with how he deals with Hal and his supporting cast and villains and is firmly establishing that world. Simone Bianchi's art was close enough to Ethan Van Sciver's to keep a consistent feel to the story but distinctive enough that I didn't spend the issue thinking, "Hey, this is a lot like Ethan's art." I liked the style and the coloring gave the book a very singular look. If anything, this comic deserves recognition for making Hector Hammond an interesting and almost likable character. I never thought that could happen. Read Full Review

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