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The Comixalaxy Reviews: GREEN LANTERNS #5

August 19th, 2016 9:27am by ComicList Email

Eric Bradach's The Comixalaxy

Green Lanterns #5
Writer: Sam Humphries
Artist: Robson Rocha & Eduardo Pansica
Colorist: Blond
Letters: Dave Sharpe
Publisher: DC Comics
Release Date: 08/17/2016

When DC held a panel at WonderCon 2016, they used it as a platform to announce the line-up of titles that'll follow the release of DC Rebirth. One of the more intriguing, yet hesitant parts of the announcement is the numerous number of titles that are set to be released bi-weekly(twice a month). Some of those were for obvious reasons, like Action Comics and Detective Comics being set on a fast-track to get to the historic #1000, who're at #957 and #934 respectably. There were titles like Wonder Woman that had two separate story-lines ongoing simultaneously. But then there were titles where it didn't make sense like this one, Green Lanterns and it's unfortunately beginning to show the cracks and problems with bi-weekly titles.

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The Comixalaxy Reviews: GREEN LANTERNS REBIRTH #1

June 3rd, 2016 1:02pm by ComicList Email

Eric Bradach's The Comixalaxy

Green Lanterns: Rebirth #1
Writer: Geoff Johns & Sam Humphries
Pencils: Ethan Van Sciver & Ed Benes
Colors: Jason Wright
Letters: Travis Lanham
Publisher: DC Comics
Release Date: 06/01/16

DC Rebirth is in full swing this month and the first wave of issues has just come out this week. One of the more anticipated titles is Green Lanterns which will follow the two newest members of the corps, Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz. As someone who isn't as familiar to the Green Lantern mythos as he'd like to be but is looking for a good jumping on point for the current monthly's, I was hoping that Green Lanterns Rebirth #1 would be a nice place to start. As is one of the primary purposes of Rebirth. Does it succeed?

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Geek Goggle Reviews: Green Lantern The Lost Army #1

June 27th, 2015 3:07pm by ComicList Email

Brandon Borzelli's Geek Goggle Reviews

Green Lantern The Lost Army #1Green Lantern: The Lost Army #1
DC Comics
Bunn & Saiz

"Green Lantern: The Lost Army" launches with a fairly standard introductory issue. The comic book doesn't try to be anything beyond the title. The book is definitely about a group of Green Lanterns that are lost. There's nothing epic about them or their situation and this helps the comic very accessible and manageable in scope. This is a good start to what looks to be a fairly self-contained comic that fits into a larger franchise. I recommend giving this a shot.

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Geek Goggle Reviews: Green Lantern #21

June 7th, 2013 7:57pm by ComicList Email

Brandon Borzelli's Geek Goggle Reviews

Green Lantern #21Green Lantern #21
DC Comics
Venditti, Tan & Friend

Following up Geoff Johns is impossible. Not only because of the epic run but the issue that ended the run was definitely the end. That's why it's jarring when the very next issue features the breakup of Hal and Carol and the resignation of the new guardians. This comic is trying too hard to make the new set of rules for the next run instead of simply focusing on telling a great story.

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Geek Goggle Reviews: Green Lantern #20

May 27th, 2013 12:12pm by ComicList Email

Brandon Borzelli's Geek Goggle Reviews

Green Lantern #20Green Lantern #20
DC Comics
Johns & Mahnke

The end of the Geoff Johns era on Green Lantern is an over-sized, over-priced exclamation point on his entire run. It's a very good comic book in what has been an epic run. The book summarizes much of the entire run (over 100 comics) by Johns and also resolves a lot of plot threads. The book also manages to provide a glimpse into the futures of many of the characters that Johns has made his own over the last nine years. It's not a perfect comic but it comes awfully close and it definitely entertains.

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Geek Goggle Reviews: Green Lantern #18

March 9th, 2013 10:50am by ComicList Email

Brandon Borzelli's Geek Goggle Reviews

Green Lantern #18Green Lantern #18
DC Comics
Johns, Kudranski, Syaf & Irwin

Green Lantern continues to drift along with dangling plotlines from the previous arc as Johns struggles to push the plot forward in this issue. The failing point in this comic book is that the new Green Lantern, Simon, grinds the scenes to a halt when they would be so much more entertaining if they stuck to Hal and Sinestro. The book also contains some very strange editorial elements and odd artwork in places that really make this comic book simply average. Hopefully next issue the story will pick up.

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Geek Goggle Reviews: Green Lantern #17

February 22nd, 2013 9:43pm by ComicList Email

Brandon Borzelli's Geek Goggle Reviews

Green Lantern #17Green Lantern #17
DC Comics
Johns, Mahnke, Jurgens, Jimenez, Nguyen & Irwin

Wrath of the First Lantern is here with Green Lantern #17 as Geoff Johns begins his Swan Song on the book that he will surely always be associated. The opening is amongst the most confusing and least engaging of arc openers Johns has penned in his nearly ten year run. I found the book to set up things poorly, reference portions that seem important but never gel and involve some of the worst character work to date with regard to the new Green Lantern. It’s not all doom and gloom though as Johns continues to turn some magic where there doesn’t seem to be anything of substance at all.

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Geek Goggle Reviews: Green Lantern #16

January 25th, 2013 7:09pm by ComicList Email

Brandon Borzelli's Geek Goggle Reviews

Green Lantern #16Green Lantern #16
DC Comics
Johns, Mahnke, Alamy & Irwin

Green Lantern wraps up its introduction of its newest Green Lantern, Simon Baz, while disguising itself as being part of the "Rise of the Third Army" crossover. The book provides a mildly entertaining, heavily clichéd, mostly generic origin story in this arc and, particularly, this issue. The book is a fine read but far from the greatness Johns has been known to show off while penning Green Lantern these last eight years.

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The Acronyms List

AR -
Ask retailer for price
BD -
Blu-ray Disc
CCG -
Collectible card game
CD -
Compact disc
DVD -
Digital versatile disc
FCBD -
Free Comic Book Day
GN -
Graphic novel
HC -
Hardcover
HD -
High definition
LCG -
Living Card Game
MMPB -
Mass market paperback
PVC -
Polyvinyl chloride
RPG -
Role playing game
SC -
Softcover
TBD -
To be determined
TCG -
Trading card game
TP -
Trade paperback
UDA -
Upper Deck Authenticated
WDCC -
Walt Disney Classics Collection
WS -
Widescreen

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