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Green Lantern Vol. 3: Wanted Hal Jordan Kindle & comiXology
|Length: 144 pages|
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In that same arc we can see Sinestro Corps recruiting. Check ou the interesting choices they made. Priceless!!!.
There's a second arc in which the power of the Star Saphire and a little bit of the Guardians past is seen. Very informative!. This not only help To the Sinestro Corps arc but maybe even Blackest Night.
For the price I paid, this is easy 4 stars. Good content, great fun and reasonable price.
The second half of the book, the Star Sapphire storyline, kind of plods along and is mostly just setting the groundwork for future storylines. Also, the artist changed so I found the style shift to be particularly jarring. It's not that the artwork was bad, it's just quite the shift from the first half that you kind of think you're almost reading an entirely different comic.
The second story arc in this collection features the return of an old Green Lantern foe, Star Sapphire. This time around there is a new twist to how her powers are generated. I won't spoil the details but it is an interesting spin on an old character and could have major ramifications for the Green Lantern Corp in future stories.
Both stories move along very well and appear to form a foundation for larger events in the future. The art switches from Ivan Reis in the first story to Daniel Acuna in the second. Acuna paints in a somewhat funky style, while Reis provides highly detailed pencils makes so it is a particularly jarring change. Fortunately, Geoff Johns writes the entire volume so there is at least some cohesion.
This book is not only very entertaining in its own right, it appears to be a foundation for major events in the future. I'm wary of every saying "Green Lantern will never be the same again" because that tag line is used all the time and is virtually never true. I will say that in the near future, events will likely unfold whose seeds are planted here. The bottom line is that whether reading solely for the present or preparing for the future this book is well worth owning.
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