Green Lantern: Earth One (Vol. 2) by Gabriel Hardman

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37 thoughts on “Green Lantern: Earth One (Vol. 2) by Gabriel Hardman

  1. Would you see that! You make me want to read this one when Green Lantern is my least favorite of the bunch Lashaan! And agree on the art being crisp!

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  2. I never quite knew what Green Lantern’s powers were, until I saw the movie with Ryan Deadpool Reynold, and ever since then I thought the character is pretty cool. I never really got into the comics themselves though, but now having read this review this might be a nice chance to go and pick up some excellent stories. Not only that, I love great art, and this looks terrific indeed! Another winning review Lashaan, keep them up! 😊

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    1. This Earth One series would indeed enlighten you quite quickly and wonderfully on what Green Lantern is all about. When you go deeper into the Corps’ story, it becomes even more colourful and fascinating too. 😉 Hopefully, the next live-action GL movie will give everyone a better idea (and a better adaptation) of the hero’s world! Thanks for reading, Michel! I appreciate it a lot! 😀

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  3. I was never a Hal Jordan (or Green Lantern in general) fan, but this does look good! And I do like the Earth One offshoot…. Hmm, I can see myself checking this out, not necessarily in some parallel universe… 😀

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  4. I like that the writer is also the artist. That doesn’t happen all that often, does it? Adds a lot to the workload, but maybe also reduces it some as you don’t need to coordinate and compromise as much with others. The multiverse seems like an interesting idea if you’re looking for something different, outside the historical canon. Maybe these stories can attract fans that weren’t attracted to what’s come before.

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    1. You’re right. It is rare. So far, they are usually very poorly-written stories but with stellar artwork when the artist decides to write the story himself (it’s never the writer who becomes an artist). But when it works, like here, it’s amazing!

      I definitely see these Earth One stories, at least this one for Green Lantern, as a nice entry-point for newcomers. Veterans will enjoy it too as I find it refreshing to revisit an original origin story hahah Thanks for reading, Todd! 😀

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  5. The Green and Yellow Lanterns also add a splash of colour that exquisitely jump off the page and remind us of the power of their force.

    “The Green and Yellow Lanterns also add a splash of colour that exquisitely jump off the page and remind us of the power of their force.” – okay yeah..now I see how dull it would have looked with any other color other than yellow. 😅

    LOVED THE REVIEW, Lashaan! As ALWAYSSSS!!! 😍😍❤️❤️🌟🦋😇☀️👻

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  6. Okay WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED TO MY COMMENT?!?? 😭😭😭😭😭 I recorded sooo manyy thoughts about how the yellow lanterns should have been called the Gray lanterns, considering how the color Yellow is such a happy and hopeful one and…and…I also said how cool the name SInestro is…😭😭😭😭 but then…okay….you get the idea, right?!

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