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    Reviews - Green Lantern - #61

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No Green Lantern to be seen - mellotron12
I was really disappointed. I've been reading Green Lantern since 1987. I stopped reading a few years ago because these stories are getting too large. It seems that this still seems to be the case. "Green Lantern" seems to be about Geoff Johns' brobdingnagian story ideas and not about Green Lantern, the hero. I do like the fact that Johns is using all the great GL villains that should have been given more attention in the past: Black Hand, Krona, Nekron, etc. I think the "emotional entity" idea is way too much and quite ridiculous. The Red Lantern oath is ridiculous too.




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