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Green Lantern: The Sinestro Corps War, Vol. 1 Comic – May 5, 2009
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Top Customer Reviews
If you're looking for a story of good vs. evil to remind yourself why you ever got into comics, this is a sprawling, epic blockbuster that will satisfy all your requirements. The amount of pencil work on each page is breathtaking as armies clash in bright bursts of green and yellow energy, all gorgeously coloured and inked. The story, led by Geoff Johns and Dave Gibbons, utilizes all your favorite Green Lantern characters and more, digging deep into the mythology with references to DC Universe: The Stories of Alan Moore and Infinite Crisis. Where else can you see a sentient planet face off against a sentient city?
The volume ends on a great cliffhanger that concludes in Green Lantern: The Sinestro Corps War, Vol. 2. Not all comics are worth the hardcover purchase, but this is one that will leave you wanting more.
The only GREEN LANTERN book I'd ever read before this was Johns' excellent "Rebirth" arc from a few years ago. This is so much better. I had little knowledge of the Lantern Corps and its history going in, but coming out I felt like I knew everything there was to know. I was never lost, and no one should be when they read this.
Despite the contribution of four different pencilers, the art is good throughout and, like the writing, never confuses the reader. So, Kudos to Van Sciver, Reis, Gleason and Unzeta for a job well done.
The one qualm I have with this package is that this is only the first half of the story. You'll have to buy Volume 2 separately, and DC doesn't appear to have any 13-issue giant edition ("Absolute" or otherwise) on the horizon. Until that time, this is the best way to enjoy 2007's best comic book event.
Highly recommended for longtime readers as well as those just interested in reading a great comic.
I am a Comic Book geek! I love a good story about heroes and villains. This is not a good story, it is an EPIC Masterpiece! What Geoff Johns has done with the Green Lantern mythos will resonate for decades. Since the "Rebirth" storyline, Johns has made Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps relevant again.
By playing upon themes of revolution(Sinestro's ultimate goal), police states(the GL Corp itself), and the failing of a smug and over-confident establishment (the Guardians), Johns has brought much needed intrigue and passion to the Green Lantern imprint and set the bar for the rest of the DC universe.
To fully enjoy Volume 1 you should read Green Lantern: Rebirth. Sinestro's master plan begins in Rebirth and the scariest part of the whole Sinestro Corps War series is in knowing that after the battle is done, thanks to Sinestro's plan, who don't know who is the hero and who is the villain.
Decades from now this graphic novel will rank up there with essential reads like The Watchmen, Grant Morrison's run on New X-men, and Crisis.
Do yourself a favor and pick this up, trust me I'm a geek.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great book from beginning to end so much suspense in the Sinestro corps war non stop action with a Clift hanger endingPublished 21 months ago by Peter Alcaraz
The perfect comic, drawn lush and vibrant with an epic universe-spanning story. You don't need to know jack squat about Green Lanterns to read this, it all becomes crystal clear... Read morePublished on January 11, 2014 by geertmatthys
I sincerely don't understand what all the craze about Geoff Johns run on Green Lantern is about. First, he erased years of continuity with a very lame excuse that could probably... Read morePublished on October 23, 2013 by nanoc
Not to big of a Lantern fan, But enjoyed the book. The bad guy was menacing which is the hallmark of any good superhero comic.Published on August 4, 2013 by dk
It's about time they made a self-contained epic. The Sinestro Corp War was one of the greatest parts of the War of Light story. Read morePublished on July 5, 2013 by Sir John Jameson
I bought the Blackest night and the Brightest day saga and loved Geoff Jones work. Then I had to come back to the origins of this intergallactic war and encountered that everything... Read morePublished on April 8, 2013 by oivanyu
To me, this is the era when GL really got interesting. Introducing new corps with different colored rings, becoming ultra violent with even the GL's allowed to use more force. Read morePublished on May 16, 2012 by Mark McLaughlin
Name: Green Lantern: The Sinestro Corps War Volume 1 (HC)
Writers: Geoff Johns, Dave Gibbons
Artists: Ivan Reis, Ethan Van Scriver, Patrick Gleason,... Read more