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Ulf reviewed Ghost Machine One-Shot #1 Jan 29, 2024
4.5

Art= nice

otherwise, Geoff ("only ever read comic books") Johns repackaging his planned Killing Zone for DC...

The Atomic Knight (I mean "Geiger")
G.I. Robot (I mean "Junkyard Joe")
The Immortal Man (I mean "Redcoat")

etc. etc.

Ghost Machine One-Shot #1

By: Geoff Johns, Bryan Hitch
Released: Jan 24, 2024

A Groundbreaking New Era for Comics, Characters, and Creators Begins Here! From the powerhouse creative collective that is Ghost Machine comes an extra-sized 48-page special introducing its all-new shared universes of strange, fun, and action-packed characters: Geiger! Redcoat! Rook! The Rocketfellers! And many, many more! What ties G...

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VicSav - Jan 30, 2024

Redcoat is nothing like the immortal man wtf you on about?

Ulf - Jan 30, 2024

Read the story. Killing Zone was a remodelling of dormant DC characters that Geoff Johns asked about that "no one else would touch". It's not a direct adaptation in some cases. Geiger/Atomic Knight and Junkyard Joe/GI Robot were obvs earlier in the development process because they're so obvious, Redcoat takes a moment.

Ulf reviewed Wesley Dodds: The Sandman #3 Dec 27, 2023
10

Once again an amazing issue, love what Venditti and company are doing here and heck, they even brought back Klein the coroner!!
Anyone who's interested in where this interpretation of Dodds came from check out the excellent Sandman Mystery Theatre.

More please!

Wesley Dodds: The Sandman #3

By: Robert Venditti, Riley Rossmo
Released: Dec 13, 2023

Wesley's search for answers brings him to the city morgue as he learns the man who broke into his home didn't die from the fire. But the clues he finds land him face-to-face with the true villain, and he's already begun using the Sandman gear. Enter: the Fog!

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Ulf reviewed Shazam! #6 Dec 8, 2023
9.5

Ah, lovely! Waid (And Mora) are elegantly restoring Cap to what makes him special and unique. While the "Shazamily" was a fun diversion for a moment, it was in no way sustainable and the new roles (?) for the family look more interesting, whether they stick or not.
Cap has never seemed more Cap in a loonnnngggg time. Hooray!


Glad Johns is on to other things (turning his Kill more

Shazam! #6

By: Mark Waid, Dan Mora
Released: Dec 6, 2023

Meet the Captain! reaches its action-packed finale when Billy is forced to battle the very six gods who give him his magic abilities--a fight he can't possibly hope to win! Once the dust settles...who will possess the power of Shazam? PLUS: The interdimensional imp Bat-Mite has come to Fawcett City and he's brought his cousin with him: the Captain'...

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Ulf rated Wesley Dodds: The Sandman #1 Oct 18, 2023
9.5

Wesley Dodds: The Sandman #1

By: Robert Venditti, Riley Rossmo
Released: Oct 11, 2023

THE GOLDEN AGE SANDMAN RETURNS IN A NEW NOIR MYSTERY! No one escapes the Sandman's dark dreams, not even Wesley Dodds himself. After years of testing and experimentation, Wesley perfected his sleep gas as the optimal weapon to fight crime without causing undue harm. But when his journal detailing all his failed and far more deadly formulas is stole...

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Bats20832 reviewed Wesley Dodds: The Sandman #1 Oct 10, 2023
5.0

Art is fabulous. Writing, eh. Robert Venditti is massaging the Sandman character to fit his plot, not his plot to fit the Sandman character. To those who love the Sandman Wesley Dodds, the overall story concept is interesting, but massaging the Sandman character to make the plot fit is jarring. The idea about using sleep gas to put masses of foreign military troops is ludicrous. It just is, and no more

Wesley Dodds: The Sandman #1

By: Robert Venditti, Riley Rossmo
Released: Oct 11, 2023

THE GOLDEN AGE SANDMAN RETURNS IN A NEW NOIR MYSTERY! No one escapes the Sandman's dark dreams, not even Wesley Dodds himself. After years of testing and experimentation, Wesley perfected his sleep gas as the optimal weapon to fight crime without causing undue harm. But when his journal detailing all his failed and far more deadly formulas is stole...

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Ulf - Oct 18, 2023

I hear you about old-school Wesley as seen in Adventure Comics, but when he was reinvigorated in Matt Wagner's Sandman Mystery Theatre, pacifist was a pretty good way to describe Wesley Dodds. Venditti is clearly leaning hard into the SMT run here, and it makes for very good storytelling.

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GreenWing reviewed Wesley Dodds: The Sandman #1 Oct 10, 2023
10

This is a fantastic book. Even if you've never read a single story of the Golden Age Sandman, you would want to read more about this character after reading this one. Robert Venditti knows these Golden Age heroes as well as anyone in the business as his previous Hawkman series will attest. I've been turned off by Riley Rossmo's art in the past. Its weirdness was just not my cup of tea. Here though more

Wesley Dodds: The Sandman #1

By: Robert Venditti, Riley Rossmo
Released: Oct 11, 2023

THE GOLDEN AGE SANDMAN RETURNS IN A NEW NOIR MYSTERY! No one escapes the Sandman's dark dreams, not even Wesley Dodds himself. After years of testing and experimentation, Wesley perfected his sleep gas as the optimal weapon to fight crime without causing undue harm. But when his journal detailing all his failed and far more deadly formulas is stole...

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5.0

For God's sake will writers of DC stop making new earth lanterns and new lantern corps?

Green Lantern: War Journal #1

By: Phillip K. Johnson, Montos
Released: Sep 20, 2023

JOHN STEWART RETURNS IN AN EPIC NEW SERIES FROM THE PAGES OF GREEN LANTERN! John Stewart's time as a Green Lantern has come to an end...or so he thinks. A family tragedy calls him back home, and as John begins to reclaim the career he once left behind, he tries to embrace a peaceful post-superhero life. But when a terrifying and contagious force wi...

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maljoss - Oct 6, 2023

You are aware that John's not a new lantern. He's been around since 1972 (GL v2 # 87). That said, I agree. Earth Lanterns are boring. Except Guy, of course.

Ulf - Oct 9, 2023

@maljoss he's not talking about John, the 3rd Silver Age GL. There's another one in this issue.

Ulf reviewed Danger Street #9 Sep 12, 2023
2.0

I can give Tom king a lot of flak, I think a lot of his books rely on hitting you over the head with faux-gravitas, kind of like being a Neil Gaiman but without the depth or talent.
while feeling like he overstayed his welcome on Mister Miracle, was dealing with his own issues in Strange Adventures, and Human Target wasn’t as good as Milligan’s retool of him but still a decent read. - I w more

Danger Street #9

By: Tom King, Jorge Fornes
Released: Sep 13, 2023

A true joust the likes of which has not been seen since medieval times! Both knights, noble in their quest, are ready to do whatever it takes to bring honor to their sigil. Witness Manhunter and Codename: Assassin fight to the death in a match of wits and stamina as the life of the Commodore and the universe hang in the balance!

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Ulf - Sep 27, 2023

Since the 1970s? Creeper, Metamorpho and New Gods have been around a lot, comparatively speaking. New Gods most of all (even in Tom King's Mister Miracle), and Darkseid is in DC's most well known villains category. Metamorpho was in Outsiders and Justice League all the time in the 80s, 90s and even 00s, and the Terrifics in the 10s, among other places. Creeper has had numerous minis and a few other appearances.

Ulf - Sep 27, 2023

(cont'd) the change in characterization for many of the characters in Danger Street is the least of my complaints like I say. Artistic licence etc. etc. It's just that the writing of Danger Street #9 was pretentious, faux-intellectual, and just plain bad.

Ulf reviewed Green Lantern: War Journal #1 Sep 19, 2023
7.0

Man, ever since JLU turned John Stewart from a radical architect with a social conscience to a tough-as-nails marine, his character has been pretty one-note and has suffered as a result.
Plus how clichéd is it to have a GL member be a military guy.
At least this writer has said he's going to refocus on the architect part, but there's a lot of character salvaging to do here. Not there y more

Green Lantern: War Journal #1

By: Phillip K. Johnson, Montos
Released: Sep 20, 2023

JOHN STEWART RETURNS IN AN EPIC NEW SERIES FROM THE PAGES OF GREEN LANTERN! John Stewart's time as a Green Lantern has come to an end...or so he thinks. A family tragedy calls him back home, and as John begins to reclaim the career he once left behind, he tries to embrace a peaceful post-superhero life. But when a terrifying and contagious force wi...

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Ulf - Sep 25, 2023 (edited)

@Hex I hear you. And they just threw Hal into the military background recently too. I guess it makes sense as he was a test pilot, but they never got into any military part of him until maybe the GL Emerald Dawn thing in the early 1990s or even much later in Johns' run. At least it's not his defining characteristic now like it seems to be with other GLs. Morrison and Sharp were on to something. And yes, there are way too many human/American GLs out there for a big space sector.

Hex - Sep 28, 2023

I totally forgot about the Kilowog bit. That is great subversion to the expectation and would love if they lean on that more.

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Atomichound reviewed Danger Street #9 Sep 16, 2023

Pretentious beyond anything reasonable. King swings for the fences and generates a big whiff of hot air.

Danger Street #9

By: Tom King, Jorge Fornes
Released: Sep 13, 2023

A true joust the likes of which has not been seen since medieval times! Both knights, noble in their quest, are ready to do whatever it takes to bring honor to their sigil. Witness Manhunter and Codename: Assassin fight to the death in a match of wits and stamina as the life of the Commodore and the universe hang in the balance!

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Ulf reviewed Junkyard Joe #1 Sep 7, 2023

Ah yes, GI Robot...I mean, "Junkyard Joe"...

Geoff Johns' move to tweak DC properties and try to make them his own continues in the Geiger/Atomic Knights tradition...

"Reading a Geoff Johns comic is like reading a book by a writer who's never read a non-superhero book in his life."

Nice looking, but this is just sad.

Junkyard Joe #1

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Oct 5, 2022

By the critically acclaimed team of GEOFF JOHNS, GARY FRANK & BRAD ANDERSON!
Throughout history, unlikely and strange heroes have risen and fallen, their identities and lives a secret. But for a Great Evil to be stopped, their stories must be told. They are The Unnamed fighting The Unknown War.
From the explosive pages of GEIGER comes JUNKY...

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Ulf reviewed Green Lantern #2 Jun 15, 2023
8.5

Agree that Hal is written a little too cocky here, and wish Adams wouldn't rush to go back to the Kilowog well and bring him back in his more modern "tough guy" characterization rather than the pacifist, communist-sympathizing medical engineer he was originally meant to be (back in his first appearance in GLC #201).

But the free spirit of Hal is written very well and I look forward to more

Green Lantern #2

By: Jeremy Adams, Xermanico
Released: Jun 14, 2023

Hal Jordan's homecoming is off to a rocky start! Carol Ferris is this close to firing him from the job he's only just begged his way into, his power ring isn't exactly working right, and off in the shadows, Sinestro, the architect of Hal's current crisis, is waiting for the perfect moment to strike. Plus, the hard-hitting John Stewart: War Journal ...

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Maud Benjamin reviewed Green Lantern #12 Apr 12, 2022
1.0

A series with no originality at all. All plots are dull. All the things Geoff Thorne does to John Stewart happened before on other lanterns. He is just trying to steal Hal/Kyle's achievements and thinks that would make John Stewart a great character instead of a pathetic copycat. And just thinking about Thorne really think dragging Jack Kirby into this issue can make his poor book work.

Green Lantern #12

By: Geoffrey Thorne, Tom Raney
Released: Apr 13, 2022

As the dust settles after the battle with the Anti-Guardian, John Stewart, Jo Mullein, and the rest of the Corps pick up the pieces and adjust to their new status quo. The day might be saved, but there's still plenty of work to be done. Everything you know about Green Lanterns is about to change!

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mangafan reviewed Green Lantern #12 Apr 12, 2022
1.0

Glad this is over with. How far the Green Lantern franchise has fallen.

Green Lantern #12

By: Geoffrey Thorne, Tom Raney
Released: Apr 13, 2022

As the dust settles after the battle with the Anti-Guardian, John Stewart, Jo Mullein, and the rest of the Corps pick up the pieces and adjust to their new status quo. The day might be saved, but there's still plenty of work to be done. Everything you know about Green Lanterns is about to change!

Ulf reviewed Green Lantern #12 Apr 13, 2022
2.0

wow, don't know what to say about this one. well, I do. Felt like a 90s comic in the worst way. I give John's new status by the end of the issue, a year or two at most before it's forgotten and retconned.
The art looked more cartoony in this one too -

hoping for better things when the main GL title comes back at some point!

Green Lantern #12

By: Geoffrey Thorne, Tom Raney
Released: Apr 13, 2022

As the dust settles after the battle with the Anti-Guardian, John Stewart, Jo Mullein, and the rest of the Corps pick up the pieces and adjust to their new status quo. The day might be saved, but there's still plenty of work to be done. Everything you know about Green Lanterns is about to change!

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Sollywoods reviewed Green Lantern #9 Dec 8, 2021
2.0

I haven't read green lantern since Grant Morrison took over. I stopped then because Grant Morrisons cynicism is something I grew tired of many years ago. But I love green lantern characters, I may be one of the few who have Kyle Rayner as my favourite, followed by Guy Gardner.

So this comic... I've kept some tabs on the series since I stopped reading and couldn't help myself. I bought more

Green Lantern #9

By: Geoffrey Thorne, Tom Raney
Released: Dec 8, 2021

With trillions of lives on the line, a ringless John Stewart battles the Mad God for the future state of the universe! Meanwhile, Jo Mullein solves the mystery of the Green Lantern Corps’ battery’s destruction as a new and ancient enemy rises. Is this the end of the Green Lantern Corps or will it lead to a new beginning and a resurrection for t...

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Ulf - Jan 4, 2022

shame you didn't stick with Morrison and Sharp's run, if there's one thing Morrison absolutely isn't, it's cynical (see All-Star Superman, his Doom Patrol and Animal Man, his Batman full run, etc.). Quite the opposite, Morrison and Sharp collected all of Hal's experiences into one great storyline, that took the franchise into much-needed heights after being watered down with too many colours of Lanterns and endless cosmic battles. Sometimes smaller is better.

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daspidaboy reviewed Green Lantern #3 Jun 1, 2021
8.0

a bit weaker from last issue but I enjoyed it. Interested to see Hal Jordan come back and lets hope the author doesnt screw him over.

Green Lantern #3

By: Geoffrey Thorne, Tom Raney
Released: Jun 2, 2021

Stranded in a Dark Sector with no rings and no backup, John Stewart is out of options, his back against the wall. After the Central Power Battery dies, John must live long enough to gather the surviving Green Lanterns and find a way home, while one of the newest Green Lanterns, Far Sector's Jo Mullein navigates a host of unknown dangers on the Gree...

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Ulf reviewed Green Lantern #1 Apr 6, 2021
6.0

Back to referring to the ring as a "weapon" and featuring a Teen Lantern, while branding the book as "Ages 17+".

Plus, we get a writer who loves John Stewart but has apparently only watched the JLU cartoon and is writing him as a tough Marine, instead of the multi-nuanced, socially aware architect from the majority of his publishing history.

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Green Lantern #1

By: Geoffrey Thorne, Marco Santucci
Released: Apr 7, 2021

As this new Green Lantern series begins, the newly formed United Planets and the Guardians of the Universe hold an intergalactic summit to decide who can best serve and protect the cosmos from danger. With the majority of Green Lanterns called back to Oa, John Stewart arrives alongside Teen Lantern Keli Quintela, whose powerful gauntlet could be on...

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TheHyruleElf reviewed Green Lantern #1 Apr 6, 2021
6.0

Compared to the high octane fun of Grant Morrison's The Green Lantern, this just feels kind of boring and uninteresting. I don't think I'll be reading the next issue.

Green Lantern #1

By: Geoffrey Thorne, Marco Santucci
Released: Apr 7, 2021

As this new Green Lantern series begins, the newly formed United Planets and the Guardians of the Universe hold an intergalactic summit to decide who can best serve and protect the cosmos from danger. With the majority of Green Lanterns called back to Oa, John Stewart arrives alongside Teen Lantern Keli Quintela, whose powerful gauntlet could be on...

Ulf reviewed Flash #768 Apr 1, 2021
6.5

While I'm thrilled to see Wally back as Flash, the way the writer describes Wally - "always been a wisecracking guy, like in the cartoon" - shows very little knowledge of comic-book Wally. The guy's been approachable and at times fun, but never like the cartoon.
It's the same way writers try to tell us John Stewart is a tough-as-nails Marine. Well, he was in the cartoon. When he first appear more

Flash #768

By: Jeremy Adams, Darko Lafuente
Released: Mar 31, 2021

The retirement of Wally West begins! After the events spanning from DC Universe: Rebirth to Heroes in Crisis to Dark Nights: Death Metal, the former Kid Flash decides to call it quits. But the current Flash needs his former partner now more than ever. As fallout from Infinite Frontier hits the Flash, Barry Allen and Wally West must confront the pas...

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KiddWith2Ds reviewed Nightwing #78 Mar 16, 2021
10

Man some fans/readers are salty as hell. Lol

Honestly after years of mediocre to down right trash Nightwing issues for the past couple of years. Nice to finally get my #1 favorite comic book character back to prominence like he should be.

Nightwing #78

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Mar 17, 2021

Nightwing is back-and his drive to keep Blüdhaven safe has never been stronger! But his adopted city has elected a new mayor with the last name Zucco. When Nightwing enlists Batgirl’s help in investigating the politician bearing the same name as the man who murdered his parents, she unearths details that will shock and fundamentally change the h...

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yahhwy - Mar 16, 2021

Don't mind them. I hate toxic Nightwing fans. They are so traumatized that their entitlement becomes irrational.

WhistleBlower - Mar 17, 2021

They're salty Scott Lobdell fans from /co/, and triggering them is so much fun.

Ulf reviewed Nightwing #78 Mar 16, 2021
9.0

Great issue. Folks who are complaining about 'lack of action' have to remember this series has needed a switch up for some time. Jurgens' run was fine but took its sweet time getting back to DG. Taylor is a great writer, this issue cleanses the palate while setting up what's coming. Great art, looking forward to a well-written Dickie again!

Nightwing #78

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Mar 17, 2021

Nightwing is back-and his drive to keep Blüdhaven safe has never been stronger! But his adopted city has elected a new mayor with the last name Zucco. When Nightwing enlists Batgirl’s help in investigating the politician bearing the same name as the man who murdered his parents, she unearths details that will shock and fundamentally change the h...

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WhistleBlower reviewed Nightwing #78 Mar 16, 2021
9.5

Scott Lobdell fans are LIVID lmao

Edit: decided to raise it half a point just to trigger them some more

Nightwing #78

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Mar 17, 2021

Nightwing is back-and his drive to keep Blüdhaven safe has never been stronger! But his adopted city has elected a new mayor with the last name Zucco. When Nightwing enlists Batgirl’s help in investigating the politician bearing the same name as the man who murdered his parents, she unearths details that will shock and fundamentally change the h...

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Blackgirl - Mar 17, 2021

HA! maybe Lobdell is reading this now, it's like this person can't get over Lobdell's Nightwing. Dan Jurgens didn't do very well either. He should be happy that this disastrous stage is over. In short, all with his fixations and bitterness. Next.

WhistleBlower - Mar 25, 2021

lol 4channers

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10

Incredible.

Green Lantern: Season Two #12

By: Grant Morrison, Liam Sharp
Released: Mar 10, 2021

It’s Hal Jordan vs. Hector Hammond, and our Emerald Knight will need to summon all of his willpower to face down the psionic madman. Check out Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp’s grand finale more than two years in the making! This tale touches on every plot thread from the entire run, and it’s fully charged with fantasy, sci-fi, and Green Lanter...

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REYNARD reviewed Green Lantern: Season Two #12 Mar 9, 2021
10

I can't believe it's over.

Till we meet again King Moz!

Green Lantern: Season Two #12

By: Grant Morrison, Liam Sharp
Released: Mar 10, 2021

It’s Hal Jordan vs. Hector Hammond, and our Emerald Knight will need to summon all of his willpower to face down the psionic madman. Check out Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp’s grand finale more than two years in the making! This tale touches on every plot thread from the entire run, and it’s fully charged with fantasy, sci-fi, and Green Lanter...

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10

A great finale to an incredible run! Morrison's tale is both a simple hero facing overwhelming odds story and an interesting commentary on the comic book industry. Liam Sharp has proven time an again throughout this run just how much talent he has and in this finale he exits the series in high style. It's sad to see that DC is seemingly stepping back from Hal Jordan when this series shows how mall more

Green Lantern: Season Two #12

By: Grant Morrison, Liam Sharp
Released: Mar 10, 2021

It’s Hal Jordan vs. Hector Hammond, and our Emerald Knight will need to summon all of his willpower to face down the psionic madman. Check out Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp’s grand finale more than two years in the making! This tale touches on every plot thread from the entire run, and it’s fully charged with fantasy, sci-fi, and Green Lanter...

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Ulf reviewed Green Lantern: Season Two #12 Mar 9, 2021
9.0

First read takes some concentration, but second read (as usual with Morrison, especially as he's writing in shorthand these days) benefits and boy, what a run this was.

Gonna miss this series terribly. Morrison and Sharp get Hal and all his history, and push the character and concept farther than anyone has including Johns in quite some time.

Respect!

Green Lantern: Season Two #12

By: Grant Morrison, Liam Sharp
Released: Mar 10, 2021

It’s Hal Jordan vs. Hector Hammond, and our Emerald Knight will need to summon all of his willpower to face down the psionic madman. Check out Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp’s grand finale more than two years in the making! This tale touches on every plot thread from the entire run, and it’s fully charged with fantasy, sci-fi, and Green Lanter...

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Green Lantern: Season Two #12

By: Grant Morrison, Liam Sharp
Released: Mar 10, 2021

It’s Hal Jordan vs. Hector Hammond, and our Emerald Knight will need to summon all of his willpower to face down the psionic madman. Check out Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp’s grand finale more than two years in the making! This tale touches on every plot thread from the entire run, and it’s fully charged with fantasy, sci-fi, and Green Lanter...

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TGttgg - Mar 9, 2021

He uses his sock accounts to give fake ratings.

KFuqua - Mar 10, 2021

No fake ratings at all. I have one account and it belongs to me. Just because you like this garbage that Morrison puts out, doesn't mean everyone else does.

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1.0

Green Lantern: Season Two #11

By: Grant Morrison, Liam Sharp
Released: Feb 10, 2021

Hal Jordan’s future as a Green Lantern is threatened when the Young Guardians’ plans to restructure the Corps move into high gear. What’s a guy to do but take a vacation? But when Jordan arrives on the swords-and-sorcery world of Athmoora for some R&R, he comes face to face with the biggest threat the universe has ever known-and a coalition o...

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SenpaifenixJäger - Feb 10, 2021

again thank you very much for your sincere and mature answer. Maybe if you can comment on this in private I would love to know the answers to my questions. A hug.

Ulf - Feb 10, 2021

agreed SonofBatman - if you're gonna do a rating, you should have a rationale for the number. Not just tank it for laughs.

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Fantastic stuff - from Morrison's meta commentary on the state of DC Comics to Sharps amazing artwork this is a great one. Sad to see this series end next month.

Green Lantern: Season Two #11

By: Grant Morrison, Liam Sharp
Released: Feb 10, 2021

Hal Jordan’s future as a Green Lantern is threatened when the Young Guardians’ plans to restructure the Corps move into high gear. What’s a guy to do but take a vacation? But when Jordan arrives on the swords-and-sorcery world of Athmoora for some R&R, he comes face to face with the biggest threat the universe has ever known-and a coalition o...

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