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Green Lanterns #54 cover by Mike Perkins and Hi-Fi

Green Lanterns #54 Review: The Wrath of Cyborg Superman

Green Lanterns Hal Jordan, Guy Gardner, Jessica Cruz, Kyle Rayner, and Kilowog deliver the people of Penelo to a new world suited for the people. Guy believes that Simon is a traitor, and Hal is unsure. Of course, Jessica is unwilling to accept this. On Earth, Simon Baz believes he is freeing Superman from a […]

Green Lanterns #53 cover by Mike Perkins

Green Lanterns #53 Review: The Voice in the Ring Revealed

The Green Lanterns are scattered and struggling against the Ravagers and the one calling himself Eon. Hal Jordan and Jessica Cruz are fighting against the Ravagers on their capital ship. Guy Gardner tracks down Eon and wants to go mano a mano against the energy being. Kyle Rayner and Kilowog work to stop the Ravager’s […]

Green Lanterns #52 Cover by Mike Perkins and Hi-Fi

Green Lanterns #52 Review: A Corps Divided Against Itself

The Green Lanterns are battling the Ravagers over the aquatic world of Penelo. Guy Gardner, Kyle Rayner, Simon Baz, Jessica Cruz, and Kilowog are surrounded and outgunned by the criminal organization, which is incongruous with what Hal Jordan reported about the Ravagers years ago. Guy Gardner has a plan, but Simon Baz bizarrely runs counter […]


Green Lanterns #51 cover by Mike Perkins and Wil Quintana

Green Lanterns #51 Review: A Surprisingly Bleak Turn for Simon and Jess

A planet called Panelo is under attack, and its Green Lantern is unable to stop the assault. A Guardian has died in the Green Lanterns’ own home base, and Jessica Cruz, Simon Baz, Guy Gardner, Kyle Rayner, nor the other Guardians of the Universe know how this could have happened. Worse yet, Guy and Kilowog […]

Green Lanterns #50 cover by Mike Perkins and Wil Quintana

Green Lanterns #50 Review: Frustratingly Vague but Still Fun

A Guardian of the Universe detects something during his meditation. Green Lantern Corps Leader John Stewart answers a distress call to find a far larger threat than he could have anticipated. Guy Gardner and Kilowog make a similarly startling discovery on another distress call. The remaining Guardians of the Universe sense something dangerous on the […]

Green Lanterns #49 cover by Paul Pelletier, Danny Miki, and Adriano Lucas

Green Lanterns #49 Review: A Ditsy Sting Operation

Green Lantern Simon Baz has tracked down his fugitive partner, Jessica Cruz. Simon wants to help his partner at all costs, and he knows she is innocent. They need the help of Accampo, though, so they track him down. He knows the one responsible for this mess, a wealthy resort owner and weapons dealer named […]

Green Lanterns #48 cover by Paul Pelletier, Danny Miki, and Adriano Lucas

Green Lanterns #48 Review: Jessica Cruz on the Run

Green Lanterns Jessica Cruz awakens in a ruined street on an alien planet with a fellow Green Lantern telling her that she is under arrest. She has no memory of what happened, but there many local law enforcement scattered and injured among the ruins. Jessica barely escapes and goes on the run in the hopes […]

Green Lanterns Annual #1 cover by Mike Perkins and Andy Troy

Green Lanterns Annual #1 Review: Rings Don’t Help with Public Speaking

Green Lanterns Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz have been called to give a speech to honor the legendary Lost Lantern of the Vaiker System, one of the earliest species to be inducted into the Green Lantern Corps. The Vaiker home planet is long gone, and the Corps hold this in the honor of the Lost […]

Green Lanterns #47 cover by Stjepan Sejic

Green Lanterns #47 Review: A Satisfying End to a Fine Arc

Jessica Cruz has gone full Power Ring, and Simon Baz hopes that he can save his partner from the demon within. She is close to killing the Green World’s recreation of the men who killed her friends, and, should this happen, Jesse will be lost to the machinations of Power Ring and Singularity Jain forever. […]

Green Lanterns #46 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse

Green Lanterns #46 Review: Just the Issue this Comic Needed

Jessica Cruz progressed deeper into her memories while Simon Baz is confronted by Power Ring of Earth-3. The hour of tragedy arrives for Jesse, and Simon confronts a dark reflection when he finally nears his partner. Outside, John Constantine tries to guide Simon while calming the concerns of the Justice League. Tim Seeley continues to […]

Green Lanterns #45 cover by Nelson Blake II and Hi-Fi

Green Lanterns #45 Review: The Worst Day of Jessica Cruz’s Life Revealed

Green Lantern Jessica Cruz is trapped within a black hole created by Singularity Jain. She’s left to relive the worst day of her life: the day her friends were killed in front of her on a hunting trip. Her partner, Green Lantern Simon Baz, has brought in the help of the Justice League and one […]

Justice League #43 cover by David Yardin

Justice League #43 Review: The Man Who Killed the Justice League

The Justice League moves in on Deathstroke. He’s killed the Fan, adding to the already tense situation in East Africa. Unfortunately, he seems to understand what’s going on better than the League. However, Slade and Cyborg come to an agreement that may just resolve this whole mess. Elsewhere, Flash and Kid Flash take the wounded […]

Justice League #42 cover by David Yardin

Justice League #42 Review: Christopher Priest Continues to Shock and Amaze

Wonder Woman has been shot, and she’s bleeding out. Superman rushes to get her to safety, but the Flash convinces Clark to leave Diana to him so that he can protect the refugees. Cyborg is dying from wounds inflicted by the Red Lion, and Vic’s self-repair system was shut down by the Fan. Cyborg was […]


Green Lanterns #43 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes

Green Lanterns #43 Review: A Shaky Ending to an Underwhelming Arc

The Green Lanterns are locked in battle with the Order of the Steed in the Horsehead Nebula. Jessica is trying to free Earth’s heroes from the control of the Order, Simon Baz is fending off their Durlan enforcers, and Scrapps is fighting their leader, currently in the body of Night Pilot. “Superhuman Trafficking” has ultimately […]

Justice League #41 cover by David Yardin

Justice League #41 Review: Much More Than Just the Issue with Black Panther in it

The Justice League Watchtower has landed in an African nation in the middle of a civil war. The League has established a ceasefire around the wreckage until they can have it extracted, and refugees have taken shelter in and around the Watchtower. However, a rebel faction wants the refugees, and, worse yet, the leader of […]