Green Lantern Corps #30

Writer: Peter J. Tomasi Artist: Patrick Gleason Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: November 12, 2008 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 6
7.4Critic Rating
8.9User Rating

The War of Light continues! The Guardians journey on a diplomatic mission to convince the Zamorans to halt their tampering with the violet light. What will the Guardians do when they discover the Zamorans are attempting to ''cure'' Sinestro Corps members--by infusing them with love?

  • 9.1
    IGN - Dan Phillips Nov 12, 2008

    Tomasi and Gleason pepper this central story with more tangential material about the Sinestro Corps quest to cripple the morale of the GL Corps, and all this leads to a huge development for this franchise. Between Tomasi' fantastic dialogue and Gleason's otherworldly pencils, the book zooms along with the slickness of a star cruiser. This issue is a must read for any fan of Green Lantern, and an exciting development on the road to Blackest Night. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    The Comic Addiction - Corwin C. Crowl Nov 12, 2008

    Without Ganthet or Sayd in the council the Guardians have begun shifting their suppression of emotions unto the Green Lantern Corps. I am sure this new law will create great discord within the Corps but I really wonder what is going to happen to couples who are already members of the Corps? I can see where the Sinestros targeting the families of Lanterns can cause problems but as old and wise as the Guardians are supposed to be I do not understand how they can view this law as a good idea. How is Kyle going to react since he and Natu seem to have some feelings for each other? Tomasi and Gleason really have turned up the excitement on this book and have me dying for the next issue. The focus they are placing on Guy, Kyle and even Ion is paying off as the quality of this book keeps rising every month. The debate between the Guardians and the Zamarons was handled superbly and is easily my favorite part of this book. Each side possessed good points and I cannot decide who was more accurate Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Tony Rakittke Nov 13, 2008

    Faithful fans of the larger story will enjoy this issue as it continues to advance the plot, but I suspect the casual reader will probably feel like they've walked in on the middle of the conversation, and would be better off finding more entertaining comics to spend their money on. Read Full Review

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