GREEN LANTERN CORPS #10
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Art by Fernando Pasarin & Scott Hanna
Cover by Fernando Pasarin & Scott Hanna
Size: 32 pages
Green Lantern Corps was on the ropes there for a few issues but I’m happy to see that it’s back on track.
John Stewart has been sentenced to death for his role in the killing of a fellow GL that was going to spill sensitive info while undergoing torture. Stewart’s willingness to martyr himself to expose the ludicrous nature of his punishment is noble and Guy Gardner and the rest of the Corps’ reaction to it is exactly what we’ve been waiting for.
Tomasi is weaving an intricate story that is independent of Johns’ current run on Green Lantern proper but it feels like we’re moving towards an epic convergence.
The Green Lantern corner of the new 52 has been pretty great and the writers are carving out a niche little niche for themselves. It feels in some ways like the Xmen universe at Marvel with its massive amount of characters and intricate backstory. It may be daunting for new readers but for hardcore adherents, it’s been a blast.
Art: 4 - Very Good