Green Lanterns 21 – 25

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Green Lanterns #21
Written by Sam Humphries
Art by Robson Rocha

Robson Rocha really hit it out of the park with the art in this issue. Wow! Ever panel was breathtakingly beautiful in this issue where Dr. Polaris nearly pulls the Justice League watchtower out of space and on top of a city but is stopped by the two starring Green Lanterns. Doctor Polaris is turned into such a tragic character in these pages. Good issue.

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Green Lanterns #22
Written by Sam Humphries
Art by Ronan Cliquet

Yay the first GL to show up in this issue besides our star Jessica Cruz is none other than Kyle Rayner! This is apparently the first time Jessica has met Kyle – I am frankly surprised that she has never heard of him. Hasn’t she done her research on the past Green Lanterns of Earth? He even says he used to have her job. In fact, Kyle and Jessica have a lot more in common than that. Both of them got their rings spontaneously and were not trained at first. Anyways, it was great to read about Jessica’s introduction to the Green Lantern Corps headquarters too and I look forward to seeing Guy train Jessica and Kyle train Simon! So glad Hal Jordan is not involved…that guy sucks. PS Ronan Cliquet is a great artist.

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Green Lanterns #23
Written by Sam Humphries
Art by Eduardo Pansica

Sam Humphries clearly has the same love for Kyle that I have. He has Kyle show Simon what it is to be creative with a Green Lantern ring in this issue – and even has Kyle create  an army of construct Kyles using the different costumes he has had over the years. Bravo! I love this book!

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Green Lanterns #24
Written by Sam Humphries
Art by Carlo Barberi

Can the colorist decide if Jessica has dark black hair or brown? It would be nice to have some consistency. I can’t believe Jessica references Batman’s one punch of Guy Gardner during the JLI era. She doesn’t know who Kyle is but did know about that? Interesting. At least we can basically confirm the original Justice League International is back in continuity. This was another good issue and it was great to see all of the earth-born Green Lanterns in one panel. I could have done without Hal though.

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Green Lanterns #25
Written by Sam Humphries
Art by Robson Rocha

Another beautifully drawn issue of Green Lanterns by Robson Rocha as we learn more about Volthoom and it looks like Jessica and Simon get sent somewhere in time or space on accident. I look forward to seeing where this goes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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