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Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #39

Review Robert Venditti does a terrific job on this title. Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps has certainly been the most reliable comic in...

Green Lanterns #42 Review

While there were a few clunky parts (at least to me) of this issue, I really enjoyed it. Normally I am not a fan of having a new artistic team come in midway through an arc, but the artwork stands out so much in this issue and added so much to the story.

Green Lanterns #41 Review

I had a lot of fun reading this issue. Tim Seeley and crew built a very interesting world that I hope we get to see a lot more of in the future, added a lot of info to the mystery that they set up, and made me genuinely laugh out loud a few times

Green Lanterns #40 Review

Green Lanterns #40 is a great start to a new arc I am very excited by. The whole creative team worked very well together to put together an interesting story and beautiful visuals that left me with a lot of questions.

Green Lanterns #39 Review

This issue shows that, yes, all may look bleak at times, and it may look like hate has won, but at the end of the day you have to believe the good in people will shine brightest, and love will win.

Green Lanterns #38 Review

I really don’t care what happens next because I feel like this title is more about selling a political viewpoint rather than telling a story. And again, that's gross.

Green Lanterns #37 Review

Green Lanterns #37 Written by: Tim Seeley Art by: Carlo Barberi Green Lanterns has really fallen off in my opinion. It is so hard to make it...

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #34 Review

Venditti and Herbert are an epic team and really truly deliver an excellent comic.

Green Lanterns #35 Review

Pick this up if you don’t mind a non-serious/silly read, and if you don’t, you’re not missing much.

Green Lanterns #33 Review

This was a rough start to a new Green Lanterns run. I had a hard time even finishing it. The story was dry and uninteresting. I find myself not caring much about what happens next.