Green Lantern: Rebirth #2

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Ethan Van Sciver Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 11
8.6Critic Rating
8.8User Rating

The miniseries continues as the JLA guest-stars! Hal Jordan searches for his next role as he pays a visit to his old airfield. But what's happening to Guy Gardner, Coast City and Kilowog? The JLA wants answers... now!

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Shaun Manning Nov 28, 2004

    No doubt there will be an eventual collected edition of this miniseries, but with DC the lag time is never certain. And since the publisher has gone out of its way to make sure you can get these early issues, the least you can do is buy them. Wouldnt want to be left behind once the ongoing starts, right? Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - James Redington Nov 28, 2004

    The only reason this doesnt get full marks is because I dont like what seems to be going on with Kyle Rayner a character I still think has a lot of potential. And to think I wasnt going to bother buying this mini series. Well, Im glad I did because it is shaping up to be a classic!! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Richard Vasseur Dec 16, 2004

    The art is fantastic, Guy, Kilowog, Kyle, Hal and all the heroes are drawn larger than life. The cover has Hal back in his GL costume. He belongs in it. Hes not back yet but hes on his way. It will be great having the greatest Green Lantern back. Its about time. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 28, 2004

    While part of my general excitement involves seeing Guy Gardner with a power ring and back in his old costume, I have to say what really got me excited when I got a look at this one page spread was the expression on Guys face, as Ethan van Sciver perfectly captures the arrogant personality that I want to see Guy sporting. The rest of the issue isnt too shabby either, as Ethan van Sciver brings a level of detail to the page that is truly impressive, and he does a fantastic job when it comes to conveying the sheer power level that the power rings provide, with the panel where John Stewart slams the J.L.A. with a blast of power being a great big impact moment. The final pages of the issue are also quite impressive, as Kilowog makes a powerful entrance, and the last page makes for a memorable image to carry us into the next issue. The symbolism of this issues cover is also worth a mention, as its a very powerful display that perfectly captures the magnitude of Hals villainous behav Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Deeley Nov 28, 2004

    Im definitely staying onboard for the whole story. Read Full Review

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