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REVIEW: No more black in ‘Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #32′



Story by: Robert Venditti
Art by: Ethan Van Sciver and Liam Sharp
Colors by: Jason Wright
Letters by: Dave Sharpe
Cover by: Ethan Van Sciver
4.5/ 5

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To sum it all up..

Hal Jordan gave an opportunity to grow into trinity status.

Posted November 8, 2017 by


The Justice League were separated from each other and were teleported to different battle grounds. The fight is a lost cause; they know that they cant defeat the Batmen from the Dark Multiverse on their own. However, everything is not lost. In brightest day, in blackest night, will Green Lantern be the light, for the Justice League to finally unite?

The story is high-paced and visually intriguing. While departing from the usual narrative of Bats out of Hell story arc, this chapter focuses on Coast City and Hal Jordan. The story also took a huge jump by doing away with the battle and focusing more on the message of the story. While Green Lantern stories are not my thing, I enjoyed reading this book. For one, it gave Hal Jordan an opportunity to grow into trinity status.


I did not like Ethan Van Sciver’s art in Batman: The Dawnbreaker. Fortunately, his art is much better in this book. It made me remember his great works in Sinestro Corps War. His composition and close ups are magnificently beautiful! The promise at the end of the book will surely capture the interest of the readers for Justice League #33, or the last chapter in Bats Out of Hell.

The Metal storyline, in my opinion, is suffering from the absence of Batman. But with stories like these, Batman’s absence is easily forgotten. I will happily purchase this book even with a limited budget. Great story, great art!

Review by Paolo Ollero, co-founder of The Dark Knight Philippines, the premier Batman group in the country

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