Another tie in for the Blackest Night storyline, this one is closely linked to the main miniseries, so the reader will have to be reading the other volume at the same time. The story's a big, sweeping tale, and the art suits the epic feel of it as Hal Jordan (still a rather dull character) tries to rally multiple heroes (and villains) against a common threat.
This volume of books ties Green Lantern directly into the events of Blackest Night. It contains Green Lantern #43 - #52.
Not recommended for young readers.
There is a scene of a villain murdering his family and then killing himself that is very gruesome. I've asked the Library to not censor the book, but at least put it into the adult graphic novel section. Seems to have fallen on deaf ears. Thanks for your concern for young children! Story is good, a little hard to follow, but recommended for adults.
Waited for a LONG time to read this. Was good but not great. Too many thieves stealing library books. How low can you be to steal from the library. Thanks Ms. Pam, from I.L.L. Tulsa, you ROCK!!
Very incomplete, especially if you haven't read the main Blackest Night storyline.
travis0072000 thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over
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