Green Lantern #163

Writer: Judd Winick Artist: Charlie Adlard Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: April 30, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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All-out action ensues as Green Lantern and Green Arrow learn how to take a beating...and the education continues as they're taught that it's better to give than to receive! Now, we finally get to catch a glimpse at the inner workings of The Black Circle!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 9, 2003

    Some of the book is a too obvious at times. So much so, that I found myself wishing the book rated the intellect of its readers a little higher, as Amon Sur is clearly being set up as the true villain of this arc, and it's going to be a little difficult to even pretend to be surprised, thanks to this issues' rather hard to miss sign posts. Still, this issue was a very entertaining display of Judd Winick's humorous dialogue skills, as the interaction between Oliver & Kyle alone makes this issue worth reading. The issue also opens with a fairly exciting action sequence, as the book takes full advantage of the idea that Oliver is far from being the most powerful hero in the DCU, but he's certainly one of the more tenacious fighters when he's backed into a corner. In the end this chapter was able to overcome the weak issues that preceded it, and most importantly it left me wanting more when it ended, which is a remarkable turnaround for what had been a very tepid crossover. Read Full Review

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