Green Lantern #11

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Ivan Reis Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: May 24, 2006 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 7
8.3Critic Rating
9.3User Rating

"Revenge of the Green Lanterns" continues! Hal Jordan once left his fellow Lanterns for dead. Now, he's discovered they're alive, and he'll do anything to rescue them from their horrible prison. But can they trust Jordan long enough to escape--or will their emotions lead them down a dangerous path?

  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - Charles Emmett May 26, 2006

    The entire issue, as well as the series just screams classic Green Lantern. From the story, to the setup, to the dialogue to the setting, it all feels Neo-Silver age in the best way possible. Oh, and I forgot to mention the art is fantastic. Though surely intimidating to the uninitiated, Green Lantern is quickly becoming one of my favorite DC books, which is saying something. Hopefully I'll be enjoying the adventures of Hal Jordan for years to come. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Bailey Jun 2, 2006

    In The End: Well, that was a pretty awesome last page, which was made all the better by Ivan Reis' art. I never thought I would be glad to see Cyborg again since the character had been played out by 1999 but like it I did. If I'm reading right, Johns has revealed that the new Manhunters were created by the Cyborg. This makes perfect sense, to me at least. I can buy that the Cyborg traveled to Biot, created a new breed of Manhunter and gathered up the living former members of the Corps to do whatever it is he is doing to them. If Johns is going to play around with the destruction of the Corps then the being responsible for that (by, you know, nuking Coast City) should be a part of it. The final page was a great ending, and I can't wait for the next issue. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn May 25, 2006

    I was bored with the fact that we have to rehash the Hal feeling guilty for being Parallax storyline. We have to rehash the new Lanterns being wary and not liking Hal because of his past. Never mind he was possessed. We have been through all of this before. I don't know if we had to do it again. There are plenty of other storylines to address that would make for a more interesting comic book. For example, what about addressing what Hal did when he was captured. All we got in this issue was a one panel flashback. I thought that we would be exploring that storyline a bit more by now. Read Full Review

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