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Absolute Green Lantern: Rebirth Hardcover – April 27, 2010
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|Turnarounds for the Green Lantern Action Figure||Script by Geoff Johns|
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Why I give it one star?. Because is the THINEST Absolute Edition ever. I received mine yesterday and it makes me wanna cry because of how small it is!. I can't beleive it cost $75 retail price. I mean, this little book only have 224 pages, for Christ sake. It looks like a kid's bed-time story. The extras are a JOKE, a slap in the face. You can see a couple of Thumbnails of the outline here on Amazon. That's pretty much it!!. There is the script of chapter one (that is a perfect transcription of what you already saw in the first issue) and a few other pages with sketches, but NO COMMENTS on the drawings.
There is also the two stories included: "Flight" and "Green Lantern #1", which can both be found in the trade Green Lantern: No Fear. Fist of all, "Green Lantern #1" is waaaaay incomplete!. They didn't include the whole chapter but only 2 or 3 pages from it. "Flight", by Darwyn Cooke is just fantastic. That little porcion of the book looks even better than Rebirth itself.
Ethan Van Sciver's art wasn't made to be enlarge. I used to dig the drawing of Kyle Ryner's first appearance in Rebirth when he say "Don't be afraid", but on this edition the big pages just let you know that Van Sciver dont worry to even make a decent background. Only the characters matter, and even those doesn't look that great.
The reason why I got this was because I though they will be releasing Absolute Sinestro Corps War too, and that will make a cool collection if I got both of them.Read more ›
Besides the 6-issue series, the first issue of the regular series is included too, which is drawn by Darwyn Cooke. The oversized edition, makes his and Van Sciver's art work look amazing. As for the story, this is one of my favorite Green Lantern stories. It connects the continuity so well, and was a great launching pad for the monthly series that followed it.
If you can get this book at a reasonable price, do it. It is an amazing story with incredible artwork.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not having been a very big Green Lantern fan, I decided to read this because of it's amazing artwork that caught my eye. Read morePublished on August 25, 2013 by Shane M. Putnam
Absolute version means amazing edition. If you like a story, and there's an absolute edition, you should buy it. Read morePublished on May 27, 2013 by Stephen Lopez
The one complaint I will agree with is that with all the 1000 page omnibus books this is a very thin version for the money. Read morePublished on December 22, 2012 by opinionated
Geoff Johns' fantastic revival of Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern definitely deserves the Absolute treatment. Read morePublished on February 4, 2011 by Caitlin
Beign a big Green Lantern fan (but mostly a HUGE Siniestro fan since the Gardner Fox days) I really loved this mini series and after getting the softcover edition of Rebirth I went... Read morePublished on August 27, 2010 by Raul Vito
When Geoff Johns (Infinite Crisis, Blackest Night, Flash, JSA, and countless others) took the helm on Green Lantern, he set out to do one thing and one thing only in the beginning:... Read morePublished on June 30, 2010 by N. Durham