Green Lantern Corps #29

Writer: Peter J. Tomasi Artist: Patrick Gleason Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 8, 2008 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 6
7.3Critic Rating
8.4User Rating

The lead-in to BLACKEST NIGHT begins with part 1 of the 4-part "Sins of the Star Sapphire." Catch a glimpse into the beginning of the universe's newest Corp and what it will mean to the Green Lanterns. Plus, Ice makes a very interesting proposal to Guy Gardner!

  • 8.0
    The Comic Addiction - Corwin C. Crowl Oct 8, 2008

    Peter Tomasi shows us his writing prowess as this storyline seems to be weaved and interconnected in seen and unseen ways. Since the Sinestro Corps he has spotlighted Kyle, Guy and Ion. Speaking of Kyle, since his separation from the Ion entity he immediately jumped back into being a regular Lantern. He seems happy with this decision but after giving up that much power it makes me wonder if he misses it or if he is just lonely. Since his move to OA he has been a bit disconnected but there could be a budding relationship between him and Natu. They seemed to make a real connection back in issue 27. Patrick Gleason also returns as artist after a brief hiatus to remind us that he was born to draw this book. I am glad that he is back from his break as his work is fresh and energetic. For the first time we see the recruitment and painful transformation of a Star Sapphire. A Sapphire who will have a large grudge against the yellow ring bearing Mongul. Remember what I said about "seen and unse Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Timothy Callahan Oct 13, 2008

    In recent months, Tomasi has given us one memorable scene after another, with a killer who targets Green Lantern families, eyeballs literally falling from the sky, a Lantern who speaks with the dead, and now this: the brutality of love, in all of its manifestations. If you haven't been reading "Green Lantern Corps," now's the time. It's never been better than it is today. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Kirk Warren Oct 8, 2008

    It's hard to describe, but the subplots just don't mesh very well and the narrative is jarring. The Guy and Ice parts never go anywhere either. However, the good parts definitely outweigh the bad and it was still worth checking out. Read Full Review

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