Green Lantern: Earth One #2
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Green Lantern: Earth One #2

Writer: Corinna Bechko, Gabriel Hardman Artist: Gabriel Hardman Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: August 12, 2020 Cover Price: $24.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 2
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Hal Jordan and John Stewart must team up to save the last Green Lantern Guardian from an evil force!

Manhunters, alien races, rings of power--it's a lot for the people of Earth to absorb. Especially when an interplanetary incident forces their protector, Hal Jordan, to leave on a rescue mission that results in the discovery that there's a new player in the galaxy: Yellow Lanterns!

While they seem a benign force for peace, Jordan can't get comfortable with how much power they wield, or their bizarre, lockstep behavior. When fellow Earthling John Stewart ends up with a yellow ring, he and Hal must work together to conf more

  • 10
    But Why Tho? - CJ Aug 11, 2020

    Green Lantern, Earth One, Volume 2 expands on the universe set up in the first volume and adds its own twist to fan-favorite characters. The story ends with a splash page that makes me eager for Volume 3. I hope that Bechko, Hardman, and Boyd continue to revamp more Green Lantern characters. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Aug 4, 2020

    While there's a lot of sci-fi action here, Bechko and Hardman are interested in exploring some pretty weighty topics including isolation and militarization. There are no traditional villains here besides possibly a sinister general on Earth"Sinestro is given a lot more layers than you'd expect for a guy with that name and seems hesitant to cross certain lines. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    AIPT - Sam Rutzick Aug 11, 2020

    Bechko, Hardman and Boyd write one of the best Green Lantern stories in years. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Newsarama - Pierce Lydon Aug 11, 2020

    There's a lot of fun to be had in Green Lantern Earth One Vol. 2. It doesn't feel as impactful as the first volume, and with less room for reimagining, so in that way feels almost more like DC's monthly comics output " a little bit bare, a little unsubstantial. But it introduces more elements that could make for a compelling third volume, and it's still an enjoyable superhero sci-fi mashup, to boot. If you want Green Lantern without the weight of so much continuity, this is a breezy companion to the first volume " and that's not a bad thing. Read Full Review

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