Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors, a graphic novel review

A graphic novel review written by Lee Sonogan

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“Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors is the real deal..” – IGN

Being a Brightest Day Spinoff, it is just one of many sequels to the famous Blackest Night graphic novel. Buying this at an Australian comic book festival cheap to my memory, I did not release until now it was a part of the Brightest Day series. Focusing on the best Green Lantern Guy Gardner, the animated movie has no relation to the 1998 comic book or this one with the same name.

The story is about Guy who is known to be religious in nature teaming up with the bad guys and more to explore the uncharted sectors in space. Getting the most out of the Lantern universe in the DC comics franchise, the team up with Atrocitus and Ganhet is worth checking out alone among much more. Whatever some may say about the Green Lanterns, there’s still so much source material to be made into movies the world needs to see.

A lot of lore deep within its history displayed in visually impressive artwork. A start that leads to more stories that you want to know how it plays out. Solid enough to keep you engaged from start to finish. A bit short for its own reasons will cost it at its score from me although valuable enough to make me want to re-read it.

“Tomasi writes the most relatable Guy Gardner I’ve ever read” – PHILADELPHIA DAILEY NEWS


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