Green Lantern Corps #31

Green Lantern Corps #31

Writer: Peter J. Tomasi Artist: Patrick Gleason Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 10, 2008 Critic Reviews: 3
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A prelude to "Blackest Night" chapter! As the growing power of the Star Sapphires intensifies, the next law is burned into the Book Of Oa by the Guardians resulting in further life-altering reverberations amongst the personal lives of the Corps. Meanwhile Kyle and Natu battle Kryb for the soul of Lantern Amnee and Matoo's infant son.

  • 8.5
    IGN - Dan Phillips Dec 10, 2008

    With the main Green Lantern title on an unfortunate hiatus due to some delays in the "Red Lantern" arc, Green Lantern Corps has been left to do much of the heavy lifting in terms of maintaining the excitement surrounding the franchise. Thankfully for GL fans everywhere, the book and its creators seem more than up to the task. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Comic Addiction - Corwin C. Crowl Dec 10, 2008

    Okay let me state the obvious. Sapphire Miri is going to save the day. With the way things have been building it just makes sense. Of course I have been wrong before. Kryb on the other hand is one of the creepiest and unsettling Sinestros I have seen and her new ability is repulsive. She honestly gives me the creeps. In contrast to the last two issues we get a lot of heavy action as Tomasi gives Gleason some room to flex his muscles. The battles are easy to follow and some pages have as little as one word balloon. The horrid looks of disgust after the Lanterns are sprayed are only out weighed by the ugliness of Amnee’s huge eyes and teeth. Rany Mayor’s colors are particularly effective in the underwater scenes. The man has superb skill in his use of color during the battles. While the Kryb battle is not as entertaining as the Guardians’ trip to Zamaron in the last issue it still is a great competent story that is building to conclusion. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - David Hodum Dec 18, 2008

    Overall, though, another solid addition to the overall Green Lantern Corps series. Read Full Review

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