Marshall Rogers follows suit. His artwork is far better than most dreck that can be seen and is indeed lauded, but as with the second issue, his imagination here seems stymied. In the debut, Mr. Rogers seemed to be having lots of fun with GL's powers as he foiled a robbery at a masquerade. The second issue featured an interesting emerald construction, but this third issue's best scene from a solely artistic viewpoint occurs on the very last page. Too much of the story requires static moments. Even when GL must face down the evil Lantern in a donnybrook, Mr. Rogers' seems to be confining him to more standard fair which is unfortunate. Read Full Review
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