Sinestro #23

Sinestro #23

Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Martin Coccolo Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: May 18, 2016 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 5
8.5Critic Rating
7.8User Rating

Soranik Natu is now in command of the most powerful-and most dangerous-police force in the universe! But with murderous traitors in the ranks, vengeance-hungry Red Lanterns spreading through the depths of space, and her father, Sinestro, trying to guide her hand, will she be able to maintain control? Or will she crack under the pressure?

  • 10
    Geeked Out Nation - Jideobi Odunze May 18, 2016

    Sinestro #23 was the end we deserved. And gods willing with the note Bunn leaves us on here we can see more of the Yellow Lanterns throughout the DC Universe because their story is far from over. Not their story or their new impact upon the universe. He rung a bell you can't un-ring when Sinestro took over for the Green Lanterns. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Blog Of Oa - Myron Rumsey May 23, 2016

    With the release of Sinestro #23 one of DC's most underrated series comes to a close.  Geoff Johns may have redefined Sinestro for the modern age, but this series by Cullen Bunn has been a master class is how to write a nuanced three dimensional villain and show that there's always something more behind a twirling mustache.  The issue is hampered by so-so artwork but it's nonetheless a fitting end to the series.  Eight out of ten lanterns. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    SciFiPulse - Patrick Hayes May 21, 2016

    A quick ending to this series, but an adequate one. More could have been done, but Rebirth has ended this title. It was good to see a villain get his own run in the DC Universe, as short as it was, but the future holds a return to Sinestro and his Corps soon enough. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Weird Science - Eric Shea May 24, 2016

    Sinestro ends with a bit of a whimper to me as the main story is a little boring and way to simplistic, but it does act as a bridge to what's to come with our Fear Lanterns after Rebirth...... and really, I'm just happy that they'll be sticking around in one book or another.  Even though I really enjoyed aspects to this book, like the character work on Soranik and how great the art is, the biggest problem I have, which seems to be something that Cullen Bunn's books do whenever they show up, is the portrayal of the Red Lanterns, who come off as a shell of their former selves and that's a real shame because these used to be some really excellent characters. Read Full Review

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