Red Lanterns #15

Red Lanterns #15

Event\Storyline: Rise of the Third Army Writer: Peter Milligan Artist: Miguel Sepulveda Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 2, 2013 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 2
4.7Critic Rating
6.2User Rating

Rise of the Third Army continues!

  • 6.0
    SciFiPulse - Patrick Hayes Jan 5, 2013

    Editor Pat McCallum, this book needs a visual change–fast! I'm tired of waiting. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Blog Of Oa - Myron Rumsey Jan 7, 2013

    On the surface it appears that little is happening in Red Lanterns #15 and if I had to tell someone what the issue is about I think I could sum it up in one short sentence what appears to have any importance.  It's no wonder that Red Lanterns is the poorest selling of the Lantern books and one has to think that someone in a decision making capacity isn't looking at this title and asking how to improve the sales numbers.  On paper Red Lanterns should be a hit book but it has yet to really grab hold for most comic readers.  This issue is one that you could pass and probably not be left behind in the overall narrative.  Three out of five lanterns. Read Full Review

  • 4.9
    IGN - Joshua Yehl Jan 2, 2013

    The idea of Atrocitus turning to the same Manhunters that killed his family in order to fight the Third Army has some great dramatic potential, but the reasoning presented to how this is possible is laughable at best. The only good thing to come of it, again, is Sepulveda's haunting skull-face redesign of the robots. On Earth, Rankorr attempts to become a "real" Red Lantern with Bleez's help, but at this point in the review I'm sure you know what I'm going to say: it's all-around terrible. The single ounce of enjoyable storytelling can be found in Dex-Starr's quest for revenge against Midnighter, but two good pages out of twenty just doesn't cut it with other titles offering such high quality content from start to finish. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Henchman-4-Hire - Sean Ian Mills Jan 5, 2013

    When Red Lanterns was first announced, I thought it would be a big, badass, balls-to-the-wall book about an army of righteous, vicious rage monsters raining their own brand of violent justice across the universe! Instead we get a team of whiners who've spent more time squabbling among themselves and feeling every other emotion but rage. Total letdown. Read Full Review

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