Green Lantern #26 (2005)

Green Lantern #26 (2005)

$5.00
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Geoff Johns Art by Mike McKone & Andy Lanning Cover by Ivan Reis & Oclair Albert

Setting the stage for the Green Lanterns' role in FINAL CRISIS comes Part 1 of "The Alpha Lanterns," a new story arc written by Geoff Johns with art by Mike McKone (TEEN TITANS)! Who are the Alpha-Lanterns? What bizarre cosmic surgery have they undergone? And how will they affect the future of the Green Lantern Corps? In the aftermath of the Sinestro Corps War, the Green Lanterns are undergoing an unprecedented reconstruction and reinvention, and the controversial Alpha-Lantern project is in full effect. Meanwhile, with Sinestro's true machinations for his war revealed to Earth's prime Green Lanterns, Hal Jordan and John Stewart, debate rages across Oa as lines are drawn and crossed, new bonds are formed, and old ones broken.

"‘Who are the Alpha Lanterns?’ Well, you sure won’t find out this month. This month we get a combo epilogue to Sinestro Corps/prologue to Alpha Lanterns, and neither is super-satisfying. Still, there’s enough to like here to cover up for the overall slightness of the story. Mike McKone does a terrific job on art, there’s a Sinestro and Hal scene that’s VERY cool and foreboding, but too much emphasis is placed on characters we barely know (Can you name ANY of the Lost Lanterns?) for reasons that aren’t clear while Hal is pushed to the side of his own book. Hopefully next issue will find the proper focus."

THIS BOOK GETS 7 GRAHAMS OUT OF 10

VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Geoff Johns Art by Mike McKone & Andy Lanning Cover by Ivan Reis & Oclair Albert

Setting the stage for the Green Lanterns' role in FINAL CRISIS comes Part 1 of "The Alpha Lanterns," a new story arc written by Geoff Johns with art by Mike McKone (TEEN TITANS)! Who are the Alpha-Lanterns? What bizarre cosmic surgery have they undergone? And how will they affect the future of the Green Lantern Corps? In the aftermath of the Sinestro Corps War, the Green Lanterns are undergoing an unprecedented reconstruction and reinvention, and the controversial Alpha-Lantern project is in full effect. Meanwhile, with Sinestro's true machinations for his war revealed to Earth's prime Green Lanterns, Hal Jordan and John Stewart, debate rages across Oa as lines are drawn and crossed, new bonds are formed, and old ones broken.

"‘Who are the Alpha Lanterns?’ Well, you sure won’t find out this month. This month we get a combo epilogue to Sinestro Corps/prologue to Alpha Lanterns, and neither is super-satisfying. Still, there’s enough to like here to cover up for the overall slightness of the story. Mike McKone does a terrific job on art, there’s a Sinestro and Hal scene that’s VERY cool and foreboding, but too much emphasis is placed on characters we barely know (Can you name ANY of the Lost Lanterns?) for reasons that aren’t clear while Hal is pushed to the side of his own book. Hopefully next issue will find the proper focus."

THIS BOOK GETS 7 GRAHAMS OUT OF 10

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