Green Lantern, Vol. 5: The Sinestro Corps War, Vol. 2
Written by Geoff Johns, Dave Gibbons and Peter J. Tomasi Art by Ivan Reis, Ethan Van Sciver, Patrick Gleason, Oclair Albert, Angel Unzueta, Dustin Nguyen, Joe Prado and others Cover by Van Sciver The hottest story of 2007 reaches its explosive finale in this hardcover volume collecting Green... show more
Written by Geoff Johns, Dave Gibbons and Peter J. Tomasi Art by Ivan Reis, Ethan Van Sciver, Patrick Gleason, Oclair Albert, Angel Unzueta, Dustin Nguyen, Joe Prado and others Cover by Van Sciver The hottest story of 2007 reaches its explosive finale in this hardcover volume collecting Green Lantern #24-25 and Green Lantern Corps #16-19! Sinestro - Hal Jordan's former mentor turned archnemesis - has gathered an army of soldiers fueled by the fear they instill in others. Former Green Lantern Kyle Rayner has been possessed by the entity known as Parallax and now assists the Sinestro Corps in cutting a swath of evil across the universe. Trapped in the depths of the Sinestro Corps' Citadel and face-to-face with the Guardian of Sinestro's army of fear, Hal Jordan must find the willpower to battle these terrible foes. Advance-solicited; on sale June 11 - 192 pg, FC, $24.99 US
Publish date: July 8th 2008
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Series: Green Lantern IV (#5)
The war agains Sinestro continues and the Green Lanterns are in trouble. There are more stories about other lanterns, but with some very black and white looks at power and potential. I'd prefer to see that each colour has it's good points and bad points rather than one or the other. Still interes...
A good conclusion to the title conflict, and an introduction to something DC has really run with since. Anything that features Guy Gardner, especially a well-written Guy Gardner, will always get a bump up from me, bot overall I thought the book balanced action - lots and lots of action - with the ri...
I got this mostly to see how the story ended. I was not particularly thrilled by the first one, and this was not that much better. It was not bad. Just not great either. A very convoluted plot, a lot of overloaded panels at times that, while nicely drawn, were just a bit visually overwhelming. Big f...